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Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Eden Seasonal Espresso, Blend
from £7.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: This is a sweet fruity espresso, with notes of toffee, honey and forest fruits. We roast this blend slightly darker than our single origin espressos, maintain sweetness and complexity but not too far as to introduce too much bitterness. Our aim is to make it...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: The Goosedubbs Espresso, Blend
from £7.95 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: Dear Green Coffee Roasters house blend is named after a city centre lane near to our Glasgow based Roastery. One of the most unusual street names in the city, 'Goosedubbs' refers to filthy puddles (or dubbs') that geese hung out in, in Medieval Glasgow bygone years!!...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: El Salvador: Finca Bosque Lya
from £6.25
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: Finca Bosque Lya is situated in the municipality of Santa Ana on the foothills of the Santa Ana Volcano in the Apaneca Mountain range of western El Salvador. The farm was established in 1932 when Gustavo Vides Valdes named his property in honour of his newly...
Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: Single Estate - El Salvador: El Borbollon
from £7.00
From Rin: Central American coffees are among my favourites when it comes to single origins. And this is another El Salvador, which I adore: a 100% red bourbon varietal, this El Borbollon is a delight to roast. With dark chocolate notes and nectarine aftertaste, it makes a delightful pour-over. It...
Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Trigonometry, Blend
from £7.50
From Artisan Roast: Blend: 50% Yirgacheffe washed, 30% Yirgcheffe natural, 20% Irmãs Pereira These Brazilian and two Ethiopians coffees come together beautifully in this blend to give a robust and transparent brew that works as well for espresso as it does for a pour over. Brazilian Irmãs Pereira is a...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Workhorse, Blend
from £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 The Crafted Coffee Company - Brazil Ipanema Estate
from £5.50
From Lorraine @ The Crafted Coffee Company: Tasting notes: Mild/Light Acidity, chestnuts, long aftertaste. Blended from the Mundo Novo and Catuaí cherry varieties, this coffee is pulped and terrace sun-dried in parchment. This process promotes the surfacing of a thick, creamy, velvet body with a distinct chestnut aftertaste. . Farm/Coop:...
Save as favourite F & E Coffee: Honduras, Finca Altos De Erapuca, Washed
from £8.00
A delicious and versatile coffee suited for all brew methods - and especially as a single origin espresso. Expect taste notes of dark chocolate and caramel. Finca Altos de Erapuca was established in 2008 and is planted entirely with the premium Catuai arabica variety of bean. The farms location on...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Rio Magdalena - Colombia - Washed
from £7.50
From Lee @ Foundry Coffee Roasters: This coffee has been sourced for us by our friends at Falcon Speciality. The coffee is grown on two separate farms by two farmers who are keen to improve the quality of the coffee that they produce. We always aim to have at least...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Brazil, Mantiqueira Amarelo, Natural
from £6.00
This bold Brazilian coffee from the Minais Gerais state is crammed full of chocolate notes and rich caramel sweetness followed with a syrupy raisin acidity. Some red, but mainly yellow cherries, are grown here on steep slopes, high above sea level . The challenging landscape makes picking by hand, rather...
Save as favourite Weanie Beans: Decaf, Colombia Excelso
from £7.50
From Jess @ Weanie Beans: This Swiss Water Processed Colombian is, without a doubt, the nicest decaf we have ever tasted. Swiss Water decaffeinate their coffee in Vancouver, Canada using only mountain water and absolutely no chemicals. This coffee has notes of berries and vanilla and caramel and a good...
Save as favourite The Coffee Roasters - Gift Voucher
from £10.00
The Coffee Roasters Gift Voucher - a great present for a coffee lover. Each voucher can include a personalised message. The Gift Vouchers will be delivered by post or by email. Each voucher contains a unique code and instructions on how to redeem it at checkout. The Gift Vouchers have...
Save as favourite Climpson & Sons: Single Origin Sampler Pack: Filter Coffees
£35.00
From Climpson & Sons: The best way to try our top 4 single origins of the moment. This is the option to go for to try our recommended single origins and single estates. If you use a V60 filter or other filter coffee equipment, aeropress, or want the fruitiest espresso...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Colombia, House Filter V.8, Yerwa Womens Project, Washed
from £6.75
Café ANEI is a strategic organisation supporting the social, environmental and cultural aspects of the lives of 700 producers from families belonging to 4 indigenous tribes located near Valledupar in Columbia. In partnership with them and the Colombian Government Clifton Coffee are supporting the planting of 2 hectares of coffee...
Save as favourite Brewup Coffee: Taster Pack 4 X 225g Bags
£17.50
Brewup Coffee's Taster Pack of Four 225g bags, comprising their Local Blend (smooth and balanced flavour for enjoying all day - mild roast), Breakfast Blend (beans from Brazil & Honduras - medium-dark roast), Italian Blend (elegant, dark brew with chocolate flavours - medium roast) and Espresso Blend (full-bodied with notes...
Save as favourite Outpost Coffee: Brazil, Sitio Samambaia, Natural
from £9.00
From Outpost Coffee: This coffee is naturally processed. After harvesting, the ripe cherries are dried on patios in the sun for around 15 days. The cherries must be raked periodically to maintain a consistent drying process and prevent over-fermentation or the development of mould. If there is rain during the...
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