Fresh off the mark – gourmet coffee company, Marley Coffee founded by Bob Marley’s son, Rohan, will be creating a stir at this year’s IFE (the international food and drink event) held at ExCel London from 17-20 March.
Sampling a selection of its premium organic blends, Marley Coffee continues to build on its ambitious expansion into Europe with the active recruitment of more retailers and distributors.
Adopting the ITAL standard, ‘Rastafari’ for all things Pure, True and Vital, Marley Coffee’s unmistakable taste puts the free spirit back into the coffee drinking experience.
Marley Coffee One Love Organic Coffee Blend (227 grams net weight) – Medium Roast – Ground Coffee. Full of floral notes and revealing hints of blueberry, cocoa and spice, this well-rounded coffee tantalizes the palate, leaving a profound cherry finish.
Marley Coffee Buffalo Soldier Organic Coffee Blend (227 grams net weight) – Dark Roast – Ground Coffee. Roasted sweet, this earthy blend is sultry, smoky and deliciously smooth. The dark chocolate and berry undertones leave a rich, lingering finish.
Lively Up! Organic Coffee Blend (227 grams net weight) – Espresso Roast – Ground Coffee. Lively Up! is an exquisite espresso blend that is a full-bodied yet well-balanced coffee offering hints of cocoa, candied fruit and sweet caramel.
Representing Marley Coffee UK, Guy Wilmot, adds, “The successful UK launch of Marley Coffee in 2012 has stimulated international interest from all sectors within retail, foodservice and wholesale. It is imperative that we continue to secure the right partners that match our brand values and vision and take Marley Coffee to next level.”
A proportion of all profits from Marley Coffee UK will be given to support Kicks for Cause, a foundation that aims to build playable soccer fields and soccer camps for children of the coffee-producing communities around the world, enriching their lives through sport. Marley Coffee UK is also a supporter of 1Love.org.
Furthermore, Marley Coffee UK has also joined forces with charities Crisis and Switchback to help local young people excluded from the labour market back into the workplace to re-skill as part of its Future Barista Programme. The initiative is aimed particularly at ex-offenders, care leavers and those with experience of homelessness.