How to brew great coffee on holiday
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How to brew great coffee on holiday

If you're out of reach of your favourite coffee these holidays, we've got some tips on how to get your fix wherever you are.
Nicaragua Segovia – your Central American holiday coffee
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Nicaragua Segovia – your Central American holiday coffee

Our single-origin Nicaragua Segovia has a sweet aroma and chocolate and citrus tones on the palate. Like all of our coffee, it comes from a sustainable and ethical source, and organic cooperative of family farms called Prodecoop.
The story of Switch Colombia Tolima single origin coffee
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The story of Switch Colombia Tolima single origin coffee

Happy farmers, happy world. The people who grow our fine single origin coffee get a good deal, because everyone deserves to be treated fairly – especially when creating luxury consumables for foreign countries.
Let’s talk about the Congo (and its coffee)
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Let’s talk about the Congo (and its coffee)

Our Congo Sopacdi single origin coffee comes from the first farming collective in the Congo to be certified as Fair Trade, and the money made from selling the coffee goes directly to its members.
Hot coffee on the cold continent
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Hot coffee on the cold continent

Switch Espresso has a longstanding relationship with Antarctica New Zealand. If you’re spending time at Scott Base you’ll be happy to know you can get your hands on a quality hot cuppa.
Beans by the bucket – reducing waste in the coffee industry
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Beans by the bucket – reducing waste in the coffee industry

Eco buckets of coffee beans is just one of the ways Switch is making strides to change the coffee industry for the better.
Ethical supply chain
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Ethical supply chain

Ethical coffee is important to all of us here at Switch, and we think knowing exactly where our coffee comes from makes for an even better-tasting brew.
Your guide to really good decaf coffee
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Your guide to really good decaf coffee

There's a difference between good decaf and bad decaf, and we've got the method of making a really good decaf down to an art.
Blend or single origin? What difference does it make to me?
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Blend or single origin? What difference does it make to me?

What's the difference between a coffee blend or a single-origin coffee anyway? And why should you choose one or the other?