Friday, July 10, 2020

Stokes Coffee and Bransby Horses launch new coffee blend

Lincolnshire coffee brand, Stokes Coffee and Lincolnshire-based equine rescue charity, Bransby Horses, have teamed up to create a bespoke coffee blend.

The collaboratively created coffee, which has been named ‘Free Rein Roast’, has been in development this summer and is being launched in September.

The blend is intended to capture the aroma and experience of being in the Lincolnshire countryside and, when consumed at Bransby Horses, will further enhance their experience at the site.

Visitors will also be able to buy this special blend to enjoy at home and for the first time for a charity blend, is being stocked in all of Stokes Coffee shops with 50p from the sale of each bag, going back to Bransby Horses.

The coffee is available to buy from the three Stokes Coffee shops and in The Feedroom and Gift Shop at Bransby Horses, from the 9th September. 50p from the sale of every 227g bag will go back to the charity and will help them continue their vital work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming hundreds of equines, from across the UK, who have had a difficult and in many cases, traumatic start in life.

For more information about the charity, visit: www.bransbyhorses.co.uk

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