As reintegration is so vital for wellbeing and relapse prevention, in 2011 we set up Coffee Ethic. Coffee Ethic provides high quality, fair trade coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks. Our service offers people in recovery the opportunity to learn new skills and build confidence, through a volunteering programme of training and personal development. This experience helps lead them down the path of reintegration back into work and society.
Coffee Ethic runs a static cart based in the council office in St Albans. Our mobile vehicles - our new coffee van 'Florence' and the Tuk Tuk 'Terence' - travel to events and festivals, and are available for private hire. All profits generated are reinvested back into Druglink.
We are passionate about providing customers with high quality drinks and our volunteers with great training and opportunities. We work with statutory agencies, voluntary groups and social enterprises with an aim to make a real difference to people’s lives.
Coffee Ethic Cafe
You can now come and see us at the newly opened Coffee Ethic Cafe in Luton. We're open from 9am - 2:30pm Monday to Friday.
At Coffee Ethic Cafe you can enjoy a cup of our freshly roasted coffee, or another hot drink of your choice. We have a hearty breakfast menu including pancakes, waffles, porridge or toast with a selection of spreads, plus other delicious options. Or pop in for lunch where you can choose from sandwiches, panini's, toasties or jacket potatoes (including sweet potatoes).
coffee at home
Coffee Ethic coffee can be purchased so that you can enjoy a cup from the comfort of your own home. We offer a number of different coffees from around the globe, of varying strengths. You can buy your coffee as beans or already ground, and we’ve made sure our ground coffee is suitable for coffee cones, cafetiéres and filter machines.