I’ve got a special little coffee brand I want to share with y’all today. I love to write about food and restaurants (as I’m hoping you know by now), but it’s also important to me that y’all know the brands I love and support, that might not have store-fronts or brick and mortars, but are equally delicious and notable!
I’m a big coffee drinker, but not necessarily what one would call “skilled” in the caffeine-packed delicacy. But, I do know a good cup when I drink it, and like you all know, I’m a huge fan of a brand with a mission. And this one, has a great one.
Non-Fiction Coffee Co. is a Birmingham coffee company that’s dedicated to more than just giving us that early morning buzz. They pride themselves on how they serve others in and around the community – both locally and regionally, but also globally.
Owner, Lisa Herron says, “Non-Fiction Coffee is ethically sourced coffee that impacts more than just the individual drinking it. Proceeds go past the cup and are intentionally placed into communities who need it the most, both internationally and domestically. Non-Fiction Coffee was founded on the idea of serving great coffee with the passion of serving individuals in need. With every bag of Non-Fiction coffee, we are dignifying the work of farmers and giving opportunities to villages through schools, medical clinics, and fresh water. Together, through the rich natural resource of coffee, we are playing a small role in eliminating the systemic poverty that has existed for generations in third world countries”.
They specialize in a variety of coffee beans – Brazilian, Columbian, Decaf Columbian, Espresso, Ethiopian, Guatemalan, Honduran, and Kenyan, and are sold exclusively at Alabama Biscuit Co., Church Street Coffee and Books, and both the Grants Mill and Grandview campuses of Church of the Highlands.
Help me support this cause guys! We’re drinking coffee every morning (and everyday around 3 o’clock for me), we might has well help others in the process!
Check out Non-Fiction Coffee Co. to get your caffeine on, and help someone in need in the process.