Use of Waste and Derivatives Of Coffee

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In the process of cultivation and post-harvest of coffee, only 5% of the weight of the fresh fruit is used in the preparation of the beverage and the remaining 95% is represented by organic waste that, when not used correctly, generates a negative impact on the environment. Specifically in water, air, flora and fauna.

The 1835 COFFEE LAB team constantly researches and develops the use of the sub products generated during the production and industrialization of coffee as well as the reuse of its own waste. As part of the commitment to the environment and the protection of the environment, we are reusing a large part of these elements in the preparation of innovative coffee-based beverages, such as our exquisite tea of ​​shell, Long island shell tea, among others.

Thanks to this initiative, we demonstrated the active participation of Santa Cruz Island coffee farmers in the use and transformation of these residues in new products, generating an added value to the coffee industry and all the actors involved, getting closer and closer to the dream of a SUSTAINABLE COFFEE

Come and try our amazing and refreshing Cascara Tea and our coffee-based Cocktails.

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The Route Of Galapagos Coffee 2019

Since the birth of our company in 2017 our most fervent goal has been to reach people with a different tourism offer than those currently existing in the enchanted islands, “Galapagos”, that is why using all our acquired knowledge In different trips and living day to day with the local producers of the island, we put all our effort into mapping and developing the CAFÉ DE GALAPAGOS ROUTE.

This initiative seeks to launch an experiential experience in the tourism market that encompasses all the coffee culture from sowing to the final product, which is why, joining forces between 1835 COFFEE LAB, public entities and local coffee growers, we have managed to carry out a study feasibility in which the creation of a new tourist attraction that allows visitors to get involved in the complete process to obtain the raw material used in the preparation of the second most consumed beverage worldwide.

The project will start in July of this year and will integrate coffee growers, tour operators and food and beverage companies, who will provide the necessary tools to understand the importance of the Galapagos Coffee and why it is classified as one of the most exotic coffees in the world. .

We invite you to be part of the COFFEE EVOLUTION !!!!!!!!!!!

To learn more about this initiative you can follow us on our social networks.

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Coffee Culture in the Streets

In the process of increasing the tourist walk along the main avenue of this picturesque town of the Galapagos Islands we have joined more establishments, contributing with a cultural educational initiative sharing our knowledge of coffee and sustainability through strategic talks on coffee, processes, benefits and good sustainable practices, in order to involve the community in sustainable coffee growing and motivating the consumption of local products.

It is worth mentioning that these micro events are being held on Fridays from 7:00 p.m., you can walk along a pedestrian street, where you will find numerous events that reflect the culture, tradition and gastronomy of the enchanted islands.

If you are in Puerto Ayora, whether you are visiting or living here, we are sure that the aroma of coffee of 1835 will not go unnoticed, in each cup we share our experience, knowledge and above all the passion that motivates us to make your visit an experience very gratifying, live the emotion that each sip of coffee causes in our different elaborations.

We are sure that you will fall in love.

We wait for you every Friday to share knowledge, experiences, sustainability and coffee culture all this of course with the unbeatable taste of the best coffee of Galapagos 1835.

Because we not only serve coffee, we invite you to live a complete experience.

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The Little Attendance Fauna of Galapagos

In 1835 COFFEE LAB believe in a culture of business development linked to the main pillars that govern a company or triple impact corporation understood as an economic value; social look and environmental impact.

Based on this, our “Social Program” initiative was born, which is an action plan to be carried out during the current year, for which we have managed to channel strategic partners who also seek to reach a vision similar to ours, among them we have Galápagos today. Horse Friends and Darwin Animal Doctors.

The two Programs work to provide care and protection to introduced species, providing technical assistance to prevent their uncontrolled reproduction, thus allowing the endemic flora and fauna of the islands not to be affected or altered.

We consider these initiatives very honorable and enriching, where priority is given to a type of fauna little attended in the Galapagos Islands, which have been characterized over the years for designating most of their resources to endemic fauna.

But what do we know about introduced species? Does it affect your presence on the islands?

As persons and members of the 1835 COFFEE LAB project, we are happy and honored to be able to collaborate with Galápagos Horse Friends and Darwin Animal Doctors for the development of joint actions aimed at strengthening both institutions, not very well known, but essential for the protection of the ecosystem of Galapagos Islands and a non-endemic fauna that demands our help.

HELP US TO CREATE A BETTER PLANET.

You can be part of this visit:

http://galapagoshorsefriends.org/ http://darwinanimaldoctors.org/

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