Glastonbury Festival may be having a year off this year, but we’re certainly not. With festival season in full swing, all of us here at Bristol Twenty are as busy as ever.

Environmental impact is extremely important to us here at Bristol Twenty, and it has also become a growing concern in the festival industry. Although, festival event organisers have come a long way in recent years, in terms of making sure sustainability is a core concern in the planning of these events. In fact, this is the reason why hundreds of thousands of festival goers didn’t descend on fields of Glastonbury this year to bask in the delights of Ed Sheeran’s voice. The mammoth music festival had its ‘fallow’ year this year, allowing time for the deserving farmland and wildlife to recover.

Here at Bristol Twenty we play our part by making sure the products we provide at festivals are fully sustainable. There are many tricky obstacles we have to overcome when providing such a product, as it has to meet strict quality regulations as well as being triple certified. Our Formula 442 espresso blend meets all of these regulations as it is Organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance Certified.

Fully compostable Bristol Twenty cups

The Kitchen serving Bristol Twenty coffee at Glastonbury Festival

The Kitchen serving Bristol Twenty coffee at Glastonbury 2017

We will be travelling the country over the summer, to supply a refreshing pick me up to all of our thirsty coffee lovers out there.

From the Isle of Wight to London and Abergavenny to the Cotswolds, we will be there to keep you going with single shots of strong rich espresso, velvety cappuccinos and single estate teas.

We will be returning to Cornbury Festival in Oxfordshire, where last year just under a quarter of a tonne of our coffee was consumed over the weekend period, as well as being there to help the Isle of Wight Festival celebrate its 50th Anniversary.

One of the biggest events for Bristol Twenty over the summer, is the Larmer Tree Festival. Voted one of the most family friendly festivals around, situated on the Wiltshire-Dorset border, this festival is a great place for lovers of folk, reggae and blues to enjoy the summer sun and music. There will be 5 pitches dotted around the festival gardens, meaning you won’t have to wonder to far to get your coffee fix.

Bristol Harbour Festival is another big event in our summer calendar. The annual festival held in the heart of Bristol, celebrates a rich maritime history while laying on entertainment and music for any age and any taste. Tall ships, music stages, dance areas, food markets, water display teams and circus acts combine to ensure that everywhere you turn, there’s something to delight and entertain. Come and join the celebrations, and grab a cup of coffee too of course.

Then as the summer winds down and the festival season comes to an end, we will be soaking up the last rays of sunshine with the festival goers at the End of the Road Festival, as well as On Blackheath and the Abergavenny Food Festival

Isle of Wight Festival

Bristol Twenty Coffee at Cornbury Festival

Cornbury Festival

Bristol Harbour Festival

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