Rounton Coffee Roasters - Grange Blend
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From Rounton Coffee Roasters:
- Brazil Fazenda Pantano - Rainforest Alliance - 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, then this is a great base for our espresso.
- El Salvador Finca Bosque Lya - Rainforest Alliance - 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.
- Colombia Agustino Forest - The Colombia adds the acidity and the ability to punch through those milky drinks.
Tasting Notes: Subtle chocolate and hazelnut notes, with the added acidity and kick of the Colombian
Roaster: Rounton Coffee Roasters
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
Initial collection: Rounton Coffee Roasters - North Yorkshire
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