St. Johns Riverkeeper Roast
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A blend of two Latin American coffees. Sweet, nutty and balanced with a medium-full body.
Flowing north for more than 300 miles – from the swamps of south central Florida to the Atlantic Ocean at Mayport – the St. Johns River is the crown jewel of Northeast Florida, and one of America’s great natural treasures. It provides critical habitat for hundreds of species of birds, fish, shellfish, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as boundless recreational opportunities for Floridians and visitors to the state. The St. Johns is also a river in peril, as an estimated 1,000 to 1,200 people move to Florida every day, placing growing pressure on the state’s natural and water resources.
But there is hope. As a full-time advocate and “watchdog” for the river, its watershed, and the public to whom it belongs, St. Johns Riverkeeper – a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization – works to improve water quality in the St. Johns River and its tributaries, to protect critical habitat in the St. Johns River watershed, to provide meaningful public access to our waterways, and to educate the public about the river and the issues that impact its health. 10% from sales of this coffee goes to SJRK.
Enjoy this bold blend of Central and South American coffees, and help protect the Florida’s St. Johns River.