The Moving Beans Team is proud to announce its new partnership with Travel Without Plastic!
Travel Without Plastic is an initiative started by a group of veteran hotel and tourism industry execs.
They are on a mission to use their knowledge and experience to revitalize the travel industry and help make the operations of key players in the biz more sustainable.
Having worked with and audited hundreds of hotels since 2001, they've worked with General Managers, Housekeepers, Receptionists, Gardeners, Food and Beverage Staff, Entertainers and Spa Colleagues, and have come to know the challenges in implementing change in the industry better than anyone else.
We're delighted to be working with them, helping the environment one cup of coffee at a time (or one vacation at a time!)
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Originally published at the end of March 2020 in published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology, a new strain of bacteria has been identified which is able to withstand harsh conditions, such as high temperatures or acidic environments, and is able to “eat” plastic. Yes, you read that correctly. This new strain of bacteria is able to feed on toxic plastic and, rather unusually, uses it as food to power the entire process.
Our third and final blog about our single origin coffees is on our new addition, the Indonesian Single Origin. As with the last two single origins, we did some long tasting sessions among the co-founders of Moving Beans and finally settled for the following description: cinnamon, nutmeg and chocolate. These are tastes we experienced at different times of consumption, i.e. the first impression, mid palate and the long-lasting taste.
Our second blog about our coffees is on our Kenyan Single Origin coffee. Again, we did some long tasting sessions among the co-founders of Moving Beans and finally settled for the following description: bright citrus / bergamot, lemongrass and rich berries. These are tastes we experienced at different times of consumption, i.e. the first impression, mid palate and the long-lasting taste.