Catch Up With Chimney Fire Coffee


Chimney Fire Coffee have been a partner of Re-Cycle since 2020. In this time they have raised more than £4,000 for our charity.


In addition to increasing awareness of the charity, Chimney Fire Coffee is helping to raise funds for Re-Cycle by donating a set amount of all the sales of their Discovery Coffee.




For over the past 2 years, we have been working in partnership with Chimney Fire Coffee, based in Surrey. This month we went to visit Chimney Fire Coffee to catch up with the wonderful team that continues to support Re-Cycle.

Since we saw them last, they have moved their whole business a few miles down the road to Denbies Wine Estate. Their new location has several times the square footage and is split over two floors, meaning they can have a roasting and production area downstairs with plenty of office space upstairs.

We are all very excited to continue the partnership between Re-Cycle and Chimney Fire Coffee, and look forward to future fundraising events!

Chimney Fire Coffee is a specialty coffee roastery nestled in the Surrey Hills, launched by founder Dan Webber in 2017 after working in coffee and cocoa traceability across the tropics. They work hard to bring our customers coffee to suit every taste that supports ethical and eco-friendly practices, all the way from farm to cup.

At Chimney Fire Coffee, they’ve spent several years building our business and brand around three elements.
1. Ethical Sourcing & Traceability
2. Sustainable Packaging
3. Social Impact – the Re-Cycle Charity Partnership

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Chimney Fire Coffee donate 25p from every 250g bag and £1 from every 1kg bag of all Discovery Coffee sales to Re-Cycle. For every 28 kilos of coffee roasted, a single bike plus spare parts will be sent to Africa.

Check our their amazing coffee HERE!

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