Ethically-sourced coffee helps sailors

BySea Coffee syrups BySea Coffee syrups are produced exclusively for BySea Coffee by innovative chef Chilly Olly. Credit: Sailors' Society

Sailors’ Society-owned BySea Coffee has launched a new ethically sourced coffee syrup with 100% of proceeds from purchases going towards carrying out Sailors’ Society charity work.

Made in the UK, the syrups are produced exclusively for BySea Coffee by chef Chilly Olly and are exclusively available at selected events.

They come in six diverse flavours and can be used in coffee, baking, mixing and cooking.

BySea coffee is already available in 28 countries with each coffee blend reflecting an area of the world that Sailors’ Society works within.”

UK-headquartered charity Sailors’ Society works in over 90 ports across the world to help seafarers and their families with welfare and practical support.

BySea Coffee will be exhibiting on stand J272 at Southampton Boat Show.

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