Stuck at home? What better way to spend your days inside accompanied by a warm cup of coffee! Our coffee will not only warm up your day, but it will warm up your heart! All online proceeds from the coffee will be donated to Seibo Japan. A Japan based NGO who pledged to feed hungry children in Malawi. So wait no longer and order our coffee 🙂
Bought it! How do I make the coffee?
Making coffee is pretty easy, especially if you order ground coffee! We personally do pour covers, so you’ll need a pour-over coffee pot.
First, make sure to heat your water. Then, line the funnel with the correct size coffee filter. After that, put in however many tablespoon scoops of ground coffee into the funnel. In general, use 3 tablespoons of coffee for one cup. The last step is to pour hot water into the funnel slowly until it finishes dripping. Make sure to only pour enough water to cover the beans before repouring once it has finished filtering through the funnel. Also please take care to leave no dry clumps of coffee behind. The whole process will take around two to four minutes, depending on which kind of roasted coffee you have. After the process has finished, your done and free to do anything with the drink!
Our Coffee has Family Appeal
For new tea or coffee orders placed in April/May 2019 we will commit 100% of proceeds to immediately support families affected by Cyclone Idai. To learn more about the Family Appeal see:
Is there anything more important than coffee?
Actually, yes. Children. From May 2019 part of your 100% coffee donation will be used to provide food support to an existing after-school meal programme in Tokyo’s suburbs. Over the last 3 years our partner organsiation have been providing a free meal for children in twice-a-week. With the assistance of donations raised from our coffee subscribers we aim to increase the frequency of the free daily meal from 2 days to 6 days a week.
Child Poverty in Japan
Sadly Japan is not immune to child poverty. While we can’t disclose all details of the after-school programme we can paint a picture. Most of the kids are aged between 8 to 12 whose sole parent usually works anti-social hours if they have work at all. As many of the children rely on the after-school meal to supplement their next day’s breakfast we felt it made sense to help what little we can. We thank you for your understanding.
P.S In case you are thinking we’ve switched priorities we haven’t. We continue to send the majority of our donations to Malawi to fund existing commitments. All we ask is that you drink more coffee!
Coffee, Bike & Love!
Our social enterprise partners in the UK have come up with an idea that reduces waste in the UK and helps to end poverty in Malawi. It also helps that the product they make using recycled inner bicycle tubes is super cool and only available in Japan from us! Warm Hearts the only agents in Japan selling the Cycle of Good product range. Watch this space for more! In the meantime check out what to expect in the coming months click HERE!
Looking for a unique Christmas present? Warm Hearts Coffee Club presents their limited edition “African Snow Coffee”. Several months ago we teamed up with a traditional Yuki-Muro (snow storage room)in Yamagata. Coffee beans stored in snow experience a change in their taste profile over time. This unique batch limited edition has come to maturity for Christmas and will be roasted to order in Tokyo each Thursday leading up to Christmas. Order Now!
A Christmas Aperitif
Surprise your guests & serve a Malawian non-alcoholic aperitif this Christmas! Simply brew our Limited Edition Hibiscus, Passion & Peach White Tea for 2-3 minutes, cool & serve on ice. A wonderful single estate white tea blended with smallholder grown red hibiscus & rosehip. Order now for a memorable Christmas experience!
Fresh from the Farm!
Launching Usingini Farm Coffee!
From September 2018 we will be roasting a newly arrived coffee- from the Nkhata Bay district of Malawi. Bright in acidity & a smooth creamy body makes an ideal pour-over or French press coffee.
The Usingini Farm is the latest project from the Mzuzu Co-op from whom we source our hand-picked, honest to goodness coffees. Bright & fruity- what a way to start your day and knowing you’re doing some real good gives this coffee just the kick you need to enliven your day!
We are excited to announce our partnership with FEW, a non-profit organization which aims to empower women in Japan. Our work would not be possible without this type of support!
A Cool Idea from Malawi!
Malawian Ice Coffee!
From mid-June to the end of September 2018 you can now order Malawian Ice Coffee
online – beans or ground!