Honey Process for Espresso
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We have a huge selection of both blended and single origin espresso coffees from artisan roasters. They range from espresso beans giving a luxurious crema and rich chocolatey, nutty flavours, thru to some lighter roasted beans that produce vibrant and bright espressos.
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Tags: Aeropress, Best for Filter, Black, Cafetiere, Casa Espresso, Colombia, Espresso, Filter, Fruit, Ground, Hand Picked, Honey Process, Letterbox Friendly, Organic, Recyclable Packaging, South America, Special, Sweet, With milk
Tags: Aeropress, Artisan Roast, Best for Filter, Black, Central America, Chocolate, Citrus, El Salvador, Espresso, Filter, Ground, Honey Process, Letterbox Friendly, Special, Stove Top, Sweet, With milk
Casa Espresso: Colombia, Mildred Niebles - Microlot, Honey Process
From Casa Espresso: UK Exclusive – This organic honey micro-lot is funky and full-bodied, with notes of dark ripe fruits such as prunes and red grapes, finishing with a honey sweetness. Mildred Niebles is a farmer and also the head of quality for Red Ecolsierra, an organic co-operative located in...
Artisan Roast: El Salvador, Finca Don Jaime, Honey Process
From Artisan Roast: Finca don Jaime is small eight hectare farm owned and run by producer Jaime Guevara in the Chalatenango district of Alotepec-Metapán in El Salvador. This high altitude region is known for producing some of the country's most exceptional, often award winning coffees. The farm has four varieties...
Hundred House Coffee: Kenya, Gulmarg Estate, Honey Process
From Hundred House Coffee: The Gulmarg Estate is in Kiambu county, located just outside of Nairobi city. The region has a long history of coffee production and is famous for its large estates, which were originally built by British colonists in the early 20th century. After decolonisation the estates were...