Win Puro Fairtrade coffee gift pack

Puro Fairtrade Coffee gift pack
It’s with great pleasure that I offer up this amazing coffee hamper to you as a competition prize courtesy of Puro Fairtrade Coffee.

Puro was created in 2005 and since its conception, has always sourced Fairtrade, organic and shade grown coffee.

What’s the coffee like? It’s absolutely delicious – really rich and robust with a chocolatey edge to it – perfect for getting you started for another full-on day!

You may well have already come across this ethical brand, who supplies places like the National Trust cafes, Le Pain Quotidien, Leon, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Wyevales Garden Centre.

Puro are at the forefront of buying and protecting rainforests and are actively working alongside the World Land Trust, whose patron is Sir David Attenborough. For every cup of coffee sold, money is given to buy and protect areas of rainforest in South America. Puro have so far saved over 5,600 acres (approx 6,000 football fields) of rainforest across 3 Puro reserves in Ecuador, Brazil and Colombia – that’s pretty impressive!

So if you want to win the hamper read on, and if you want to find out more about Puro I’ve included a cool film they made at the bottom of this page.

THE PRIZE

1 Gift pack of Puro Fairtrade Coffee containing:

  • 3 packets of coffee (different blends)
  • 1 Puro coffee cup and saucer
  • 1 cafetiere
  • sachets of drinking chocolate

(contents may vary)

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            • Closing date midnight 30th April, 2013

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              Thanks very much to Puro for sending me a gift pack identical to the one i’m giving away here. I’m having a lot of fun sampling this delicious coffee and hope you’ll enter the competition so you can too!

Comments

  1. Price and ethics for me x

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    I adore coffee and must drink 8 mug+ a day! I buy for quality because I want to enjoy my coffee – so price doesn’t matter! I don’t buy loads of clothes, shoes, handbags – my treat is to sit down with a home made mug of my favourite coffee!

  3. jo hutchinson says:

    ethics and taste

  4. kim plant says:

    brand of the coffee I would pay dear to have a good taste x

  5. Richard Hawes says:

    All ways have liked coffee, would be nice to taste one I have not tried yet

  6. iain maciver says:

    ethics and price

  7. Samantha Ripley says:

    Price and taste are very important to me

  8. Samantha Ripley says:

    following through google reader as Sam R

  9. Lynda Hall says:

    Ethics and taste.

  10. jo glasspool says:

    Ethics and taste! I like a strong coffee so strength is also a major factor for me.

  11. jo glasspool says:

    folloed on pinterest

  12. jo glasspool says:

    followed on google+

  13. I love coffee! Ethics & price for me.

  14. Janette Arnold says:

    I only drink fresh coffee .As a National Trust member I was intersted to hear they suppoet Puro.

  15. Added you to google reader

  16. Already following on Pinterest (mamamakes)

  17. Subscribed to youtube

  18. G+ as Mama Syder

  19. Love your blog xx

  20. Chris Davies says:

    Nice coffee

  21. Lucy Taylor says:

    Ethics and price, hard to find the right balance between those two.

  22. helen battle says:

    Mine would be ethics.
    I really love coffee but ethics over the years for me has become very important

  23. CHRISTINE ANDREWS says:

    usually the brand because l know its taste

  24. I look for fairtrade, but I want a decent price too. Most important is how strong it is, don’t like a pappy coffee.

  25. Michael Rattray says:

    Ethics and quality

  26. Google+’d by Vicki TBB

  27. I tend to stick with brand names I trust but they are fairtrade too.

  28. Jacqueline says:

    I love coffee and admire the ethics behind Fairtrade.

  29. Tracey Peach says:

    Unfortunately Price is the most important thing to me when I am looking for coffee, I wish it could be ethics but I can’t afford ethics at the moment

  30. Julie Picton says:

    I’m afraid price at the moment

  31. louise walton says:

    Ethics & brand

  32. Christine Montanaro says:

    The taste has to be number one for me. If it’s an ethically sound brand that’s great. And if it’s on offer even better!

  33. Ethics

  34. Price and strenght – I tend to go for stronger coffees 4 or 5.

  35. Janice Davison says:

    I don’t like my coffe too strong so I look for that first then the price

  36. Gary Topley says:

    Price and strength saying that I mainly drink Nescafe and Red Mountain x

  37. brand name and ethics, at the minute im enjoying tasting different brands and I havent tried puro as of yet :)

  38. Susan Crosswaite says:

    Tase and ethics – I like one really good cup of coffee first thing in a morning to set me up for the day.

  39. Jen Schofield says:

    Ethics and taste

  40. Emily Jayne Phipps says:

    Price, taste, and offers!

  41. Heather T says:

    Taste & price

  42. enrico savorelli says:

    fair trade coffee is good!

  43. abby carroll says:

    i would say price and quality

  44. Lynn Doe says:

    As much as most agree with ethics, im afraid with me its Price, id love to help the world by paying the extra it costs to get ethical food and drink, but with the amount of money we have I have to always go by price and do whats best by my family, im one for “charity begins at home”

  45. Amanda Hurst says:

    The taste is the most important thing, followed by price, especially in these current economical time’s…..but I do agree with ethics and fair trade.

  46. Sarah Mcknight says:

    I usually go for price and taste, it seems so expensive.

  47. Ethics followed by Price

  48. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Ethics but it does depend on price

  49. conrad edwards says:

    ethics and taste primarily

  50. Laura-Jane Baker says:

    All important but taste is my first priority when it comes to coffee

  51. Anne-Marie Taylor says:

    Buying fairtrade is very important – so ethics!

  52. Frances hopkins says:

    It would have to be taste for me

  53. Darius Dragasius says:

    Price and strength

  54. Darius Dragasius says:

    followed on G+ and +1 as Darius Dragasius

  55. Quality and taste followed by brand

  56. grainne marnell-fox says:

    Price and ethics for me

  57. Robbie Fordom says:

    all done! bring on the coffee :D

  58. ashleigh says:

    Has to be taste!

  59. KATE RULOFF says:

    Taste

  60. ashleigh says:

    I am subscribed with gfc as mummy24

  61. ashleigh says:

    i follow on pinterest as ashlallan

  62. ashleigh says:

    I have +1 on google as ashleigh allan

  63. Rachael G says:

    Price and taste are our top priorities.

  64. Hayley Fountain says:

    ethics and taste for me x

  65. Hayley Fountain says:

    following on google +

  66. taste and price

  67. Joanne thomas says:

    Quality and ethics

  68. price and taste are main factors for me at the moment.

  69. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    In an ideal world it would be ethics, but I confess that on the rare occasions I treat myself its price and its generally supermarkets own economy brand.

  70. claire woods says:

    Price and then taste.

  71. Combination of price, ethics and taste!

  72. Following on Pinterrest

  73. Taste and price top my list of priorities

  74. Follow on pininterest as beky austerberry

  75. L Bunning says:

    Price and taste

  76. Quality

  77. Taste and then price because you cannot put a price on quality

  78. kathryn cummings says:

    has to be ethics and brand x

  79. Taste, price & ethics.

  80. Added to Google Reader – Rebecca Phillips

  81. melanie stirling says:

    Quality and strength,I don’t want weak coffee! :)

  82. claire griffiths says:

    ethics and taste

  83. claire griffiths says:

    following on pinterest

  84. Barrie Phillips says:

    Ethics and taste

  85. Ethics and taste.

  86. liz denial says:

    ethics but above all else taste

  87. laura banks says:

    taste and brand

  88. quality and taste are so important, but the ethics of coffee growing can’t be ignored

  89. Becky John says:

    Ethics & brand name

  90. tamalyn roberts says:

    the flavour!

  91. angela sandhu says:

    the flavour/quality

  92. Catherine Reynolds says:

    Price and ethics! (all coffee is usually good for me!)

  93. Megan Bayford says:

    price, I’m afraid

  94. Cat Williams says:

    The taste

  95. paula gwynne says:

    Ethics

  96. alison hill says:

    love fairtrade products, nice tasting cofee :)

  97. Natasha Male says:

    Taste, price & quality

  98. taste, brand and decaf :)

  99. FionaLynne Edwards says:

    I first of all check whether it’s Fairtrade and then check the strength.

  100. Rachel S says:

    Impact on wildlife, especially amphibians!

  101. Jan Bailey says:

    Taste is most important – to be Fair trade is a bonus.

  102. Jacqueline says:

    It has to be the taste but ethics certainly does play a part. I wouldn’t buy coffee (no matter how tasty) if it wasn’t ethically sourced.

  103. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    That it is Fairtrade

  104. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Price, taste and origin

  105. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I’m following via Google Reader

  106. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I’m following on Pinterest – weewilliewilkie

  107. Kirsty Fox says:

    For me it has to be price

  108. I love a mellow coffe and try and buy fairtrade

  109. Jill Webb says:

    taste price then ethics

  110. Amy Proudfoot says:

    Price and taste

  111. Cheryll H says:

    Taste and cost I’m afraid :(

  112. Susan Greig says:

    Coffe hamper looks fab – fairtrade makes it even better. You can’t beat the taste of a good cup of coffee.

  113. hannah oneill says:

    Price and Origin

  114. Gemma Williams says:

    Price and taste, if the ethics are good it’s a definite bonus xx

  115. Carolina J. says:

    Taste and price.

  116. Ann MacLean Fleming says:

    ethics and taste, well, strength really

  117. Ann MacLean Fleming says:

    subscribed on rss…google reader

  118. Ann MacLean Fleming says:

    followed on pinterest

  119. justine meyer says:

    price and taste

  120. Price and taste.

  121. Price a quality for me

  122. Taste is most important to me.

    Simon.

  123. It has to be the brand of the coffee. Has to have a lovely smooth taste

  124. Carol Peace says:

    It has to be the price and the ethics.

  125. Judith Luscombe says:

    Ethics would definitely come first, but honestly price is a very close second.

  126. Judith Luscombe says:

    following on Google Reader

  127. Emily Hutchinson says:

    At the minute it has to be price, coffee can be very expensive so i’ll buy whatever is on special offer.

  128. natalie phillips says:

    brand name but only because i have ones that i prefer the taste of

  129. natalie phillips says:

    following on pintrest

  130. flavour then ethics

  131. NATALIE GOATLEY says:

    flavour

  132. NATALIE GOATLEY says:

    I am subscribed via rss feed

  133. NATALIE GOATLEY says:

    I am subscribed via youtube channel

  134. NATALIE GOATLEY says:

    I am following on google +1

  135. sandie a smith says:

    Always buy fairtrade, bought a few jars when they were on special offer the other week, but running out!! :-)

  136. jennifer thorpe says:

    unfortunately at the moment its price. We drink only decaff and the prices of decaff have become astronomical.

  137. Patricia Edwards says:

    it has to be taste, if coffee is awful, I wouldn’t buy it wherever it came from

  138. Cath Joyce says:

    Brand and price

  139. sophie buckle says:

    Ethics and taste

  140. sophie buckle says:

    Following via google reader Sophielbuckle@gmail.com

  141. sophie buckle says:

    Following on pinterest Rolybear1

  142. sophie buckle says:

    Subscribed to youtube Sophie Louise Buckle

  143. sophie buckle says:

    Following on G+1 Sophie Louise Buckle

  144. Taste and ethics

  145. jenna rothen says:

    taste and price

  146. Gillian Holmes says:

    I don’t drink much coffee so it’s ethics behind the coffee.

  147. Gillian Holmes says:

    Following on YouTube as Gillian Holmes

  148. Gillian Holmes says:

    Following on G+ as Gillian Holmes

  149. Yvonne Crook says:

    Taste has to be the most important thing for me

  150. I am already subscribed to Feeding boys as Herbert Appleby

  151. I am already following cookingkt as SmokinHerb on pintrest

  152. I am already subscribed to the feeding boys channel on youtube as HerbertAppleby

  153. already +1′d as Herbert Appleby

  154. Amy Ripley says:

    Price and Taste are the most important!

  155. Teresa Lee says:

    Quality and taste

  156. Caroline H says:

    It’s origin for me but my preferred regions are governed by the approach taken to both the growers and land.

  157. I think free trade coffee is important closely followed by taste.

  158. the taste for me, but also ethics and also price

  159. Mike Terry says:

    Always good to buy Fairtrade as long as its not too expensive.

  160. Susan Ellams says:

    origin and brand

  161. Jean Bolsover says:

    Actually none of the above, it’s the taste that counts.

  162. Karen Whittaker says:

    Well it has to be ethics first, then taste. Now that most of the major supermarkets have embraced FairTrade principles price has become so much less important as you can buy great tasting coffee, with a known history of how and where it was produced at a good price.

  163. Karen Whittaker says:

    Followed on Pinterest – Karen Whittaker

  164. Judith Luscombe says:

    followed on Pinterest

  165. Julie Davies says:

    taste

  166. Price and taste are what matter to me

  167. Tina Holmes says:

    Price for me

  168. Kirsty Harrington says:

    I live on coffee, it runs through my veins!! Lol

  169. kelly dutton says:

    Fairtrade and flavour

  170. michelle jones says:

    price and ethics

  171. Katherine L says:

    For me, it’s a balance between price, flavour and ethics … each one plays an important part of my decision so I stock up when it’s right :)

  172. Katherine L says:

    I’m following via Google Reader :)

  173. Price

  174. Price (bit ashamed really)

  175. Have shared on G+

  176. Follow on Pinterest – happyhomebird

  177. Follow by Google Reader

  178. Ethics and origin

  179. Jo Waltham says:

    Taste!

  180. Ali Thorpe says:

    I must admit I don’t personally drink it, I only bake with it, but I’m surrounded by coffee drinkers so I go for the one they ask for!

  181. Ali Thorpe says:

    I am subscribed by Google Reader and Bloglovin.

  182. Ali Thorpe says:

    I follow on Pinterest as Ali Thorpe.

  183. Ali Thorpe says:

    I am subscribed to your Youtube channel as itsalit.

  184. Judith Gutowski says:

    I think the origin and ethics of coffee is important.

  185. nichola crowe says:

    the brand and then is the price reasonable

  186. Anne McCutcheon says:

    price and taste

  187. Rebecca Woodroof says:

    Price and ethics

  188. paul baker says:

    price and flavour

  189. Kerry Jones says:

    price and flavour

  190. Kerry Jones says:

    Subscribed on you tube and following on G+

  191. jackie curran says:

    price and taste are most important , if fairtrade is on special offer then I would choose that

  192. Sally Poole says:

    Buying Fairtrade

  193. claire woods says:

    +1 Feeding Boys over on Google+ – done

  194. claire woods says:

    Subscribe to the Feeding Boys channel on YouTube – done

  195. Valerie Thorpe says:

    Price and ethics

  196. Valerie Thorpe says:
  197. Valerie Thorpe says:

    suscribes on youtube Valerie Thorpe

  198. Michelle Williams says:

    For me its taste and price

  199. Paul Kay says:

    Price and taste.
    Sunscribed to youtube
    G+ the page and followed
    followed on pinterest all as Paul Kay

  200. Katherine L says:

    I’ve subscribed to your YouTube channel :)

  201. Ani Costa says:

    Price&Ethnics

  202. The price for me although it’s usually the case the lower the price the lower the quality and taste1

  203. taste and ethics

  204. Added on google plus as Jane Townson

  205. Following on you-tube

  206. Ethics and price :)

  207. Rey Chunara says:

    I choose by a combination of ethics and taste

  208. Paul Witney says:

    Price, ethics and taste for me.

  209. Price & Origin

  210. subscribed to youtube

  211. sarah pearce says:

    the taste and price come first in my decisions

  212. Stephanie Cater says:

    Taste, price and ethics.

  213. Origin and price are important to me

  214. Danielle Graves says:

    ethics

  215. rachael jones says:

    taste but also price ! in all honesty times are hard !

  216. taste and ethics

  217. Warren Jacobs says:

    Brand and origin.

  218. Jan Davies says:

    Price first, then ethics (got to be honest!)

  219. shane weir says:

    ethics and taste

  220. Sylvia Witham says:

    Origins and price are important to me

  221. Cheryl Kean says:

    brand name is the most important to me x

  222. Gillian Massey says:

    Price, special offers on well known brands.

  223. Michael Whitehead says:

    Definitely one to tickle the taste buds

  224. Elaine Savage says:

    brand name and price

  225. Brand name and price

  226. John Taggart says:

    Taste and brand name

  227. My wife always goes for the brands she likes that happen to be on offer that particular week though if I’m shopping with her – which isn’t as often as it should be! – then I do say ‘well what about this one for a change?’ and pick up a fairtrade coffee. Unfortunately she just won’t have it.

  228. Am already following via YouTube as kmredbook

  229. Sheila Reeves says:

    Taste then price

  230. Sheila Reeves says:

    Follow you on Google+

  231. Taste and not so much, the Price

  232. Katie Harmer says:

    Price, origin and ethics.

  233. Anna Kiho says:

    Taste notes and price.

  234. Clare Webb says:

    The taste is the main thing where any drink is concerned, especially coffee. It’s what wakes me up in the morning (well, properly wakes me up after the kids have jumped all over my bed!) so I want to enjoy it!

  235. Clare Webb says:

    I have subscribed on YouTube with my email address :)

  236. Clare Webb says:

    I have followed on G+ with my email address :)

  237. greig spencer says:

    ethics and price

  238. Katherine L says:

    I’ve +1 Feeding Boys over on Google+ :)

  239. katie skeoch says:

    ethics & taste for me

  240. katie skeoch says:

    subscribed to youtube Katie Skeoch

  241. katie skeoch says:

    G+ already :)

  242. kate lancaster says:

    taste, followed by price

  243. Taste is the most important thing for me

  244. Maria Khokhar says:

    Fantastic gift for the true coffee lover and even better you can drink it with a clear conscience :)

  245. Katherine Penny says:

    Has to price and taste for me :D

  246. Janet Dring says:

    Strength

  247. Samantha Atherton says:

    I’m afraid to say it’s the price.

  248. clair downham says:

    I admire the ethics of fairtrade and also the price obviously matters

  249. clair downham says:

    following on google+

  250. mands manc (@mandsmanc) says:

    I buy a coffee tha I have previously tried and like the taste of :)

  251. Esme McCrubb says:

    price for me

  252. I wouldn’t survive without caffeine.

  253. wendy stanger says:

    ethics & taste @kikicomp

  254. Ethics and Price

  255. VICTORIA SALTER says:

    ethics behind the coffee and price, I do like to learn where the coffee has come from

  256. jonathan reed says:

    price and taste

  257. Caroline bellamy says:

    A combination of ethics and price. Wouldn’t sacrifice ethics just for a low price, but sometimes truly ethical products attract a v high premium

  258. Christine Caple says:

    The taste is the most important, followed by the price..

  259. Sheri Darby says:

    Just has to be flavour!!

  260. Andrew Halliwell says:

    Price for me.

  261. Stuart Payne says:

    Always taste first

  262. Luke Sanderson says:

    Price and brand name

  263. Mark Palmer says:

    Price

  264. sarah fleck says:

    Price

  265. Kathryn S says:

    Price always wins I’m afraid

  266. Beth Norfolk says:

    Ethics, origin and taste are the things I look for in my coffee. I don’t mind about the price as long as I’m getting a quality product

  267. Christopher Bell says:

    Ideally its a combination of price and ethics – but with the financial squeeze coming on these days, hopefully I wont have to cut back.

  268. Ben Audsley says:

    ethics and price

  269. Michelle Bosomworth says:

    has to be flavour!!

  270. Sarah Tilley says:

    Great Prize :)

  271. Sarah Tilley says:

    None of them – I would go for flavour

  272. Nicole Melainie Squires says:

    Price sadly has to come first… but will not buy something do not like either… would rather go without and wait or hunt around for cheaper ;)

  273. Phil Boyle says:

    Ethical , fair trade & tastes great.

  274. Ethics and quality

  275. claire wilkinson says:

    the taste and price!!

  276. Lisa Ellison says:

    Most importantly to me is the taste.

  277. claire fawkner says:

    Has to be price at the mo

  278. Daniel Stacey says:

    taste

  279. Kelly Hooper says:

    price and taste

  280. I buy based on ethics and taste!

  281. Angie Hoggett says:

    ethics, quality and flavour

  282. Mark Whittaker says:

    Ethics and origin in that order, love Costa Rican and Ethiopean coffees

  283. Mark Whittaker says:

    Subscribed on You tube xxx

  284. Jenny Rogers says:

    Ethics first, then taste.

  285. Jane Middleton says:

    The taste is the most important thing.

  286. Sheila Reeves says:

    Am already subscribed to your Youtube

  287. Deborah Wheeler says:

    Decaff and strength first and then origin

  288. lorraine polley says:

    price and taste, if it doesn’t taste good it doesn’t matter how good the price is

  289. Jenny Smurthwaite says:

    Taste first, but the ethics behind the coffee are really important to me

  290. Jenny Smurthwaite says:

    Following feeding boys…
    done (Jennysmurth@gmail.com)

  291. I go for strength of flavour and organic. I would love to see more fair trade organic brands.

  292. Ethics and taste for me…closely followed by price.

  293. Kelly Hirst says:

    The price generally!

  294. Leslie Evans says:

    1. Taste 2. Price

  295. Veronica Therawati says:

    taste and price

  296. kellyjo walters says:

    I go on brand name, and taste and of course quality, I drink a lot of coffee so as I love good quality I don’t really go much for price, you only pay for what you get :)

  297. Victoria says:

    ethics, price and taste :D

  298. Anthea Holloway says:

    Taste has to come into it but Fairtrade is very important too.

  299. Janet Rumley says:

    I would say taste is priority but in conjunction with other factors you have mentioned.

  300. Sarah Williams says:

    Where the coffee is made and the ethics behind the company. Taste is also important.

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