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Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: "Casa" Espresso Blend
from 225g: £6.50
From Rinaldo's Coffee: We've worked hard over the past year to perfect our iconic blue label Casa. Given that speciality coffee is all about seasonal harvests, we can confidently reproduce our taste profile with Brazilian and Central American Arabica beans. Currently the blend is 60% Brazil: Cachoeira (Rainforest Alliance Certified)...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Workhorse Blend
from 250g: £6.50
Workhorse is Horsham Coffee Roasters' signature espresso blend with tastes of chocolate, nuts & orange. The blend uses their "relationship coffees" that are sourced directly from the farmers. Currently it consists of single origins from Rwanda and Brazil.
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Peru, Lima Coffee, San Ignacio, Washed
from 250g: £7.50
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Lima Coffee was founded by Rony Guerrero in 2016.   Having previously worked in quality control with one of Peru’s largest exporters, Rony was very aware of the quality and potential some producers have, but saw those coffees get blended into large commercial lots. Consequently...
Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Miriam Perez Microlot: Honduras, Clave De Sol, Las Tres Marias Lot, Natural
from 250g: £8.00
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: We feel like this coffee is part of our DNA here at H&G. It's one of the most characterful and distinctive coffees we've ever had and is consistently so damn tasty! It's also the coffee we've had people beating our door to get back...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: EQ V.18 Seasonal Espresso Blend
from 250g: £9.95
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: 60% ETHIOPIA – WERKA WURI (WASHED) Werka Wuri is a BNT washing station that processes cherries from over 750 small holders located in Gedeb. BNT Industries are one of the the most prestigious Ethiopian Exporters and pay pre-finance and post harvest premiums for farmers who harvest...
Save as favourite Weanie Beans: Honduras, COMSA co-operative, Honey Process
250g: £8.50
From Weanie Beans: In the west of Honduras sits the COMSA (Cafe Organico Marcala) co-operative, a collective of farmers from around Marcala, La Paz (which was the first region in Honduras to receive protected origin denomination). COMSA started out in 2001 with 69 farmers, with the aim to improve their...
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 Artisan Roast: Cobblestone V2020.2 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 The Coffee Roasters: 3 Coffees For Espresso
750g: £26.00 - FREE Delivery
From The Coffee Roasters: 3 x 250g bags of speciality coffees, ideal for a straight espresso. One bag delivered weekly, monthly or at the frequency you prefer. Simply state your preference during checkout. Each coffee will be from a different origin and roaster. Here's some examples*: Climpson & Sons, London:...
Save as favourite Outpost Coffee Roasters: Swiss Water Espresso Blend: Decaffeinated
from 225g: £9.00
From Outpost Coffee Roasters: Sparkling Water Decaf blend ideal for espresso and methods with milk. Blend 50% Brazil 2/3 Bourbon, Catuai 50% Peru MCM Grade 1 - Bourbon, Caturra, Typica SPARKLING WATER DECAFFEINATION PROCESS This process was first discovered by a scientist called Kurt Zosel at the Max Planck Institute...
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