The Warbird Coffee Company is an independent coffee company that specialises in great tasting coffees and teas for the Warbird and aviation enthusiast.
The Warbird Coffee Company was founded on two very simple principles; selling great tasting coffee and tea, and support the Warbird Community through donations generated through product sales.
In partnership with warbird owners, operators, and restorers, we will provide bespoke coffee or tea products, which will generate a donation per bag to that specific partner.
The Warbird Coffee Company does not require any partner to purchase, stock, or distribute any Warbird Coffee Company product. All that is required is any relevant media content we can use to create a label design and any other specific promotional material we can utilise on the website/social media platforms.
We will work with any aircraft owner/operator providing it has a connection to the warbird community. We may look to expand into the Cold War era in the future, however, for now, we are focused on those aircraft that saw service during the Second World War. We will not favor any one owner/museum over another. There is room for all and we firmly believe they all have their unique merits.
All our products are focused on a specific wartime aircraft (regardless of nationality) or Group/Squadron. This is to highlight as many units and those who flew and fought with them as possible. Our brand aims to, in-part, educate as well as act as a commercial entity.
Jon and Adam, having known each other for 15 years decided there was something missing from the Warbird community and looked to fill that gap. Both passionate about wartime aircraft, and now parents, they wanted to do their bit to ensure these magnificent aircraft continue to act as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the Greatest Generation and to continue to delight crowds at air shows for many years to come.
Just Giving page – Would you like to donate to our Just Giving Page? All donations would be gratefully received to help us keep this magnificent aircraft in the sky. The running costs for an aircraft such as a Harvard in this condition are over £20,000 per year so we have to keep this beauty working hard. Unfortunately, Covid has set us back this year during 2020 so any help such as small donations are welcomed.
We are always looking out for sponsors to help with the running and operational costs of running a warbird such as the T6 Harvard. Would you like your company logo on the side of the aircraft? Sponsors would have access to personal flying displays and use of the plane for static displays. A social media following of over 20,000 followers – Corporate days to include flying lessons in the T6 Harvard.
The list of opportunities and advertising with our aircraft is limitless – How would you like us to advertise your business? Let us work with you!
Lewis Leathers – You may wish to be one of the sponsors such as “Lewis Leathers” This company has been around since 1892 and supplied pilots from the 1920s and onwards with bespoke, quality flying clothing. They provided pilots with goggles, flying helmets, Prestige flying suits, and flying boots before and during the Battle of Britain and now they have supplied us with period high-quality pilots clothing for the reenactment. For more information, contact us.
T6 Harvard Aviation Ltd – We have many social media sites set up so that the public can enjoy our activities and be part of the T6 family. We have many volunteers and admins that are always ready to help and offer advice. Please join the T6 Harvard movement and share in our journey.
FACEBOOK – The Wacky Wabbit AJ841 official fan club – You can reach us via the Facebook group on the group or via messenger. The group currently has over 1000 Wabbit fans with very helpful admins and volunteers. We are always very active on this page with current Wabbit activities and future events… Feel free to come and join us and post your favorite Wabbit pictures!
FACEBOOK – T6 Harvard and SNJ “The Pilot Maker”– This group is really dedicated to the T6 Harvard/Texan and SNJ aficionado. We encourage people here to share their T6 stories and post anything relevant to the Harvard/Texan. We have posts from pilots, engineers, and enthusiasts. This is a regular place for photographers to show off their amazing photographs of Harvard/Texans worldwide. We currently have over 2400 members in this group.
INSTAGRAM – Warbirdexperience_UK – At the time of writing we have over 12,000 members on this account and it is growing at an exponential rate! Every day surprises me as hundreds of new members join. This goes to show that the warbird movement is still very strong and growing with the younger generation. You can reach us through the messenger service on IG anytime. This is an area where we post Wabbit videos and all things relevant to the Wabbit, including airshows, experience flights, Harvard conversions plus other warbird related posts. This account is for the warbird aficionado and enthusiast!
YOUTUBE – Warbird_Experience YouTube – Our YouTube site is just for fun. This is where we upload random footage from throughout the year of experience flights, Displays, Film work, Conversion courses, and any other interesting Harvard related footage.
Every penny helps so if you would like to help us with the running costs of this website or even the operating costs of our Harvard to keep her in the skies over England for the foreseeable future, then please consider a small donation to our cause.
Donations – If you are reading this, you fully appreciate the cost of maintaining a web site like this or indeed the cost of maintaining a Harvard on the public transport register. This web site alone costs in the region of £1000 per year ($1400.00 US) to administrate and host. If you would like to help, please donate via the below links
PAY PAL – The easy way to pay… Please state your name and address when making donations – Please make your PayPal donation/payment to – [email protected]
Bank transfers to
Nat West – IBAN GB52NWBK52103504741358
Swift BIC NWBKGB2L
By giving us a donation, no matter how small or large, you can help us run this website and keep the glorious Harvard planes flying for years to come.Help us today