Balancing out the impact we have on the planet is the least we can do. There’s still heaps more to do, and though we can’t kill all of our carbon emissions yet, we are working towards keeping more fossil fuels where they belong – buried in the ground.
Freedays are upon us! This Friday we have a few cafes participating in UK. Just pop down and grab an Oat M*lk coffee on us. It’s our way of helping cafes through this difficult period and helping spread the love for Minor Figures Oat M*lk.
Please enjoy responsibly and be sure to follow any safety guidelines that are in place. Please check cafe opening times,
Acidity is a wonderful but slippery term to try to get to grips with. Though often unfairly boxed in with connotations of ‘sourness’ or ‘bitterness’, the natural acidity found in coffee is actually the unsung hero in creating the bold spectrum of far-out flavours in your cup. When cultivated correctly, acids can add brightness, zeal and imagination to your cup, helping to tell the true story of the coffee you’re drinking and illuminate all of the vibrant characteristics of its origin.
Our most loyal friends—the cafe stockists who have been with us from day one—are taking the brunt of the uncertainty, the loss in regular customers, and the cash hit.
We embarked on a journey to find like-minded people to create products enriching how we experience coffee...
We are giving away 100% of the profits generated from sales on the website during December. In the spirit of this festive season, we’d love to support a cause close to our hearts.
October 1st marks International Coffee Day. A day to celebrate the hard work of everybody in the coffee industry, from farmers to roasters, baristas, coffee shop owners and more.
We source the finest in-season coffees, roast and brew them ourselves to have control over the entire process and to guarantee the quality that we expect when drinking Minor Figures coffee. Here's how we do it.
Climate change is one of the biggest threats we’re facing, and it will change the world as we know it. Governments, individuals and companies all have a role to play in order to stay under the 1.5 °C limit...