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Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Cobblestone V2.9 juicy espresso blend
from 250g: £8.00
From Artisan Roast: Cobblestone is a fresh, juicy espresso blend with a medium body and harmonious balance of caramel sweetness, underlying berry notes and a bright citrus acidity. It's inspired by the beauty and diversity of Latin America, the ever changing landscapes, cultures and people, the seemingly endless range of coffee...
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Costa Rica, La Trinidad, Chumeca Micromill, Natural
from 250g: £10.00
From Artisan Roast: The Dota Valley sits in the heartland of what many people regard to be the the finest coffee growing region of Costa Rica, Tarrazu. Here the coffee grows in high altitudes on steep slopes in dense vegetation and the cherries mature a little slower than in lower...
Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: El Salvador, Casa De Zinc, Honey Process
from 225g: £7.25
From Rinaldo's Coffee: Apaneca Llamatepequec is a mountain range in western El Salvador near the border of Guatemala. While mountainous, altitude rarely exceeds 1400 meters, but nevertheless, the region exhibits a number of attributes that lead to high quality coffee production. Notable landmarks include the beautiful town of Concepción de...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Ethiopia, Buriso Amaje, Natural
from 250g: £9.45
From Casa Espresso: Named after farm owner Buriso, who is leading local farms in the Sidama region into speciality coffee. The farm is young, and only have finances to be able to use the natural process method, which is fine by us as it tastes incredible! Black forest gateau straight...
Save as favourite Long & Short Coffee: Guatemala, EL PAJAL, Washed
200g: £8.50
From Long & Short Coffee: We take a detour from our regular African coffee selection to bring you the ‘Domingo Lopez’ from Guatemala, named after the farmer who harvested this crop. Domingo harvests his crop on his farm ‘El Pajal’ in Huehuetenango, where he grows a mix of Caturra, Catui,...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Triple Origin Gift Pack - 3 x 150g
450g: £15.00 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: Three unique Single Origin coffee beans to try: 1 x 150g bag of Guatemala Santa Marta - Washed 1 x 150g bag of  Ethiopia Halaka Hambella - Natural 1 x 150g bag of  Colombia AMACA - Washed Perfect Gift for Coffee Lovers! The gift pack will...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Costa Rica, Finca San Francisco, Natural, Whole bean
from 250g: £10.00
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: It's back! Definitely up there with our most popular natural processed coffees of the past few years, this one is an absolute belter. Just like before, prepare yourself for HUGE tropical fruit notes. Papaya, mango, apricots - it's a real treat for the taste buds. Despite...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Guatemala, Damaris Camposeco, Washed, Whole bean
from 250g: £8.50
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: We loved this coffee the first time we tried it and we also struggled to decide whether it was a 'comfort' or 'adventure' coffee - but decided in the end that the nutty notes and the smooth caramel and creamy chocolate body just pushed it into...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Karatu-Gitwe Farmer Co-operative, Washed, Whole bean
from 250g: £10.00
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: You've just got to love a peaberry, right? There's just something about them. Incredibly juicy and intense in flavour. There are floral hints of bergamot and fruit notes which remind us of peach and limes. On cooling, you might pick up a note of rich tomato, a...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Colombia, Cauca smallholders, Decaffeinated
from 250g: £9.50 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: Our single origin decaf offering is a single-origin blend of coffees selected by cup quality, and grown by multiple small holder producers in the Cauca region. The Sugar Cane Decaffeination process takes place in the origin country, (in this case, Colombia) and works by soaking green...
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Baby Its Cold Outside - Espresso Blend
from 250g: £6.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: Our festive espresso blend has been created by carefully balancing the signature smooth, fruity flavour of Guatemala (La Esperanza) with the rich depth of Columbia (Buesaco Narino) to create a cosy, luxurious brew. Think chestnuts roasting on an open fire - without Jack Frost nipping at...
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Colombia, La Virgen, Washed
from 250g: £8.00
From Artisan Roast: The dramatic and lush green rolling hills of the Huila region in the south west of Colombia are home to some truly amazing coffees. They are also home to some amazing small farmers, almost always small scale with farms usually only one or two hectares in size....
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Peru, El Diamante, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: These beans have been adapted to grow in a cooler climate than many other Peruvian coffees, giving them a body that is full of complexity and a flavour which is perfectly balanced. Tropical fruit sweetness partners with Grany Smith apple acidity, creating a truly unique brew....
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Rwanda, Huye Mountain, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: This Red Bourbon coffee from the Southern region of Rwanda is supplied by collaborative small farms in the region. The high altitudes & nutrient soil are perfect for producing high quality coffee & bring rich complexity to the cup flavour. Roasted to a medium profile, you...
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Guatemala, El Esperanza, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: Grown at a high altitude in the Western region of Guatemala, this strain of coffee has been carefully nurtured on farmland owned by Fransisco Morales and his family. Soaking in plenty of sunlight in a plush valley, these beans are full of fruity flavour. In the...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: El Salvador and Nicaragua: Sparkling Water: Decaffeinated
from 250g: £6.75
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: This decaf coffee is comprised of coffees from two different countries - El Salvador and Nicaragua. As countries only separated by the southern-most tip of Honduras, these coffees grow in similar climates, and behave similarly to one another in the roaster - especially having undergone the...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Brazil, Fazenda Pantano, Pulped Natural
from 250g: £6.25
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: Fazenda Pântano is located in the Cerrado close to the city of Patos de Minas at an altitude of 1,150 meters and covers a total area of 550 hectares. More than 300 hectares of the land are allocated for permanent natural forest reserves, which is six...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Guatemala, Finca Rabanales, Pulped Natural
from 250g: £7.25
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: Don Gregorio Zamora founded Finca Rabanales - now run by his great great grandchildren, this farm has been in the family for five generations. Of the five siblings that make up the family, Rafael and Maria Elenamanage the farm on a daily basis. Rafael manages the...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: El Salvador, Los Pirineos, Natural
from 250g: £8.75
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: Los Pirineos is located in Usulutan, El Salvador, and is owned by Gilberto Baraona. The farm has been in his family for three generations. Gilberto employs 50 full-time employees and 75 seasonal staff, each of whom are trained to Gilberto's strict standards, allowing this farm to...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Colombia, Cencoic Co-op - Pico de Águila, Washed
from 250g: £7.50
From Casa Espresso: A pleasant return for this new crop Colombia. This coffee is produced by the CENCOIC coop by over 316 families in the Cauca region. Pico de Águila is located in the Honduras Reserve in the municipality of Morales on the western mountain range 32km east of Popayán....
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