Your brew is only as good as the quality of your beans.
Everyone can make a cup of coffee. But a great cup of java – now that’s a different story. Because no amount or quality of brewing will ever change the natural flavors present in your beans; great-tasting coffee always starts with high-quality blends.
And that’s what Cofediction Coffee is all about.
Cofediction Coffee products are made through a unique roasting process and methodical coffee selection, resulting in a truly unique espresso. Each pack comes only with the premium-grade blends made from beans grown from local coffee farms from all over the world, which are imported and ground to your coarseness of choice. After that, they’re packed into flavourful blends that are research-backed and connoisseur-approved, to make you a delightful cup of joe that’ll thrill your taste buds and jumpstart your day.
At the moment Cofediction Coffee comes in three delicious Arabica blends – BARIO, PACIFIC, and ORO – which feature the different flavors unique to beans grown from coffee-famous regions like Costa Rica, India, and Honduras.
Fivo Capital Ltd the people behind Cofediction Coffee, are planning on exclusively distributing their blends to local cafes and restaurants in London at this initial phase, but plan to expand their scale in the future.
Fivo Capital Ltd is looking to boost their working capital and has partnered with TFGcrowd toward that end. Specifically, they are looking for funding that would help them get over the initial costs related to their production and distribution. That being the case, their goal is to raise 50’000€, and are willing to grant interested investors with a substantial annual interest rate of 17% for their trust. All backers will be paid their dues monthly over the course of the loan term, which will be six months.
The following pledges secure the loan:
• A pledge on Fivo Capital Ltd
• Personal guarantee of the Borrowers’ shareholders & CEO
• Guarantee of the Borrower
The loan is offered with the BuyBack Guarantee: thus, if a borrower is late with the repayment of the loan, TFGcrowd will compensate the investors both the invested principal amount and interest, as well as pay the accrued interest after 30 days of delay.
Brits love their coffee as much as their tea, and that’s not an opinion. A study in 2018 found out that coffee consumption in the UK is at an all-time high at 95 million cups a day, which is significant growth from its 70 million figure from 2008. This puts Britain high up on the list of countries that contribute to the worldwide estimate of roughly 2 billion cups of coffee consumed in a day, which makes it the most popular drink in the world. It’s the least bit surprising to say, then, that the coffee industry is thoroughly booming, especially in the UK, where it is responsible for creating over 210,000 jobs.
Coffee has always been a staple in the British diet. But today, it’s becoming more than just an item on the typical Brit’s breakfast. Café culture, you see, is on the rise, and behind it is the fastest-growing demographic in the world, Millennials. According to the survey mentioned previously, Millennials, which make up for 16% of Britain’s population, actually consume less coffee than Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers, but are “drinking more of the speciality coffee found in restaurants, bars and coffee shops, which are often higher value, and are therefore more of a treat.”
This tendency ultimately developed into a high street trend, and café culture was born. As an Independent article observed as early in 2016, “A cursory glance down your local high street will prove that we are now a nation of coffee addicts. Commuters down espressos to treat exhaustion at station platforms and soup-bowl-sized lattes are nursed at countless cafés. We have moved from a nation of tea drinkers and occasional instant coffee drinkers to a nation of coffee lovers and even coffee geeks.”
Today about 80% of people who frequent coffee shops in the UK make the trip at least once a week, while a good 16% of them visit daily. This is nowhere more evident than in the heart of Britain itself, London, where so-called specialty coffee mini-chains have arisen over the last couple of years. Mini-chains like Grind and Taylor Street Baristas, which are reasonably new specialty roasteries, are notable examples of this phenomenon. Unlike your typical Starbucks, these chains are native and are mostly exclusive to London, but they operate in multiple sites throughout the city.
These mini-chains usually have five or more shops in London alone, which would be impossible to maintain if not for the demand that comes from its influential café culture. This, in turn, provides services like Cofediction a wealth of opportunities to grow. As things stand, mini-chains and independent coffee shops have the highest sphere of influence when it comes to specialty coffees, and they are ripe targets for companies like Fivo Capital Ltd to target with their specialty blends.
Unique blends such as those used by Cofediction Coffee creates a considerable opportunity for specialty cafes and restaurants who wish to gain easy access to a competitive advantage in an increasingly competitive coffee scene.
With prospects like this, Fivo Capital Ltd stands to grow going forward, even as interest in café culture is foreseen to grow in the coming years.