Rounton Coffee Roasters: The Granary Blend
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From Rounton Coffee Roasters:
Named after the beautiful building that we roast in, our Granary Blend has been put together using only fully traceable and sustainable coffee’s from 3 of the greatest coffee producing regions across the world.
50% Brazil Santo Antonio / Pinhal - A pulped natural coffee that offers a more natural sweetness, with a great balance and a little more body. With subtle hints of chocolate and almonds, this is a great base for our espresso.
25% El Salvador Los Ausoles - This El Salvador coffee adds a huge amount of character to our espresso blend. Look out for the caramel, creamy milk chocolate, stewed plums and rich cherry notes.
25 % Sumatra Bener Meriah - We have found that the Sumatran gives our blend real depth with a great long lasting length of flavour.
When do we roast your coffee?
We currently roast to order, all web orders are roasted each TUESDAY and sent out by Royal Mail on the same day.
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
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