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Bright and fruity on the tongue but with subtle notes of dark chocolate to finish. Rich volcanic soil and sloping hills provide a unique micro climate for our Colombian beans which are then carefully handpicked and dried for maximum flavour. These beans are certified Fairtrade.
A complex, medium roast coffee with natural sweetness and body. Bright acidity and rich flavour at the front of the cup gives way to a persistent sweet and syrupy finish. These arabica beans are grown at a high elevation on the family owned Monte Sion Estate and are Rainforest Alliance certified. The estate has been officially recognised by the United Nations for its work in combating poverty in El Salvador.
A well rounded medium roast coffee with rich fig and blackcurrant flavours enveloped by warm, exotic spices. The arabica beans used in our Ethiopian blend are certified Fairtrade and organic. The coffee plants are grown amongst other crops and at various altitudes on small holdings. They’re selectively picked and sun dried.
A rich and syrupy body is flanked by bright and aromatic top notes; mandarin and apricot flavours add to the complexity of this blend which is finished off with the taste of dark and indulgent chocolate.
As you’d expect from a true Italian espresso – strong and punchy, with fragrant cedar notes. Low acidity and sweetness make this a rich and thick coffee.
A dark roast espresso using a combination of beans from Colombia and Costa Rica gives a cup with deep, dark sugar tastes reminiscent of caramel, butterscotch and peanut butter.
A classic Indonesian blend. Full bodied with a velvety texture. Rounded earthy flavours, a peach syrup sweetness throughout, and spicy chocolate notes in the finish.
A medium bodied coffee that’s smooth and sweet with hints of milk chocolate and cookie dough finished off with a well caramelised sweetness.
A dark roast using beans from Colombia, Java and Honduras gives this coffee a smoky, spicy and nutty body with a smooth, mild finish. These beans are triple certified by the Rainforest Alliance, Soil Association and are Fairtrade.