Awesomely good coffee.
Awesomely good cause.
Griffiths Bros. are super proud to be working with Breast Cancer Network Australia to bring you Pink Lady Coffee. It's amazing what can happen over a good coffee and a friendly chat! We're thrilled to be able to support the great work that BCNA do - $1 from every tin of Pink Lady Coffee sold goes directly back to BCNA.
About the Pink Lady Coffee Project
Griffiths Bros & BCNA first began talking coffee early in 2017, we were chuffed to be able to supply some gift coffee for BCNA's Pink Lady Luncheon Series.
As we began to understand the jaw-dropping amount & quality of work that BCNA do in supporting Australians affected by breast cancer - we were keen to see how coffee could play a role in BCNA fundraising.
A couple of latte's & coffee workshops later - & Pink Lady Coffee has come to life! #coffeethatcaresYou can use Pink Lady Coffee with:
About the coffee
Developed and taste tested by members of the BCNA and Griffiths Bros. teams, Pink Lady Coffee comes in two delicious varieties.
Pink Lady Coffee is also Australian Organic certified - meaning these coffee's are non-GMO, Synthetic Chemical Free and Socially Responsible (i.e. upholds the principles of fair trade and healthy and ethical working conditions for coffee farmers).
Pink Lady Coffee
Papua New Guinea Single Origin
Papua New Guinea,
Porosa, Eastern Highlands Province
Soft sweet notes of cocoa, nuts & stonefruit with a clean toffee finish.
Download Pink Lady Papua New Guinea Single Origin Profile Card
Buy Pink Lady Papua New Guinea Single Origin
Pink Lady Coffee
Peru & Honduras Blend
Peru & Honduras
Spicy, nutty, brown sugar with a smooth fruit finish.
Download Pink Lady Peru & Honduras Profile Card
Buy Pink Lady Peru & Honduras Blend
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is the peak national organisation for Australians affected by breast cancer. BCNA work to ensure they receive the very best support, information, treatment & care appropriate to their individual needs.
BCNA are represented by the Pink Lady silhouette, symbolic of our focus on the people affected by breast cancer – the women, men & their families.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australian women. One in eight Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer by the time they turn 85, & also a small number of men. In 2018, more than 18,200 Australians will hear the words ‘You have breast cancer’ & more than 3,100 will die from the disease. We know that it is not only the person diagnosed, but families, friends & whole communities that are affected by a breast cancer diagnosis.
For more on BCNA & the work they do visit bcna.org.au