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Blend 26

A blend of the coffee’s Theodore Roosevelt would have tried as he travelled the world as the 26th President

Just like Teddy it has a fun caramel taste with a hint of dark chocolate and a touch of smoke

 

£3.50

Blue Mountain Breakfast

Created to reduce the price of Jamaican blue mountain whilst still giving an idea of the original product

A light roast coffee in theAmerican style ideal as an all-day coffee for those who do not like strong or bitter coffee

 

£3.50

Blue Sumatra Lingtong

Originating from Sumatra in Indonesia it has a unique quality where the green beans have a blue tint to them it is considered 1 of the most revered coffees in Indonesia 

Full bodied with low acidity and spicy flavour notes

 

£3.50

Brazilian Santos

Grown in the San Paulo region it is named from the port in which it is shipped from

It has its own specific flavour. Its smooth with moderate acidity and medium body

 

£3.00

Columbian Excelso

A close relative to our Colombian Supremo.  A slightly smaller bean leading to a more intense flavour

Light and slightly earthy with low acidity

 

£3.00

Columbian Supremo

From Cauca in the sierra Nevada mountains the coffee is washed fresh water and prepared in traditional methods distributed through its own export arm to ensure the supply of ethical coffee.

Smooth, fresh, full bodied flavour roasted to a full medium colour to emphasise characteristics. Suitable for any time of day

 

£3.00

Continental Roast

Roasted blend from central America. The beans are roasted until the oils flow freely leaving them dark and shiny.

Black as hell strong as death sweet as love, this coffee leaves a sweet after taste. Excellent for a dark espresso coffee

 

£3.50

Costa Rican Tarrazu

All beans grown in estates over 2000 metres which classifies it as a strictly hard bean a feature of top Arabica coffees. The main supplier of the coffee comes from north San Jose where the coffee has been grown for over 400 years.

 

 

Allowed to mature for longer for an increased acidity and allowing for a fuller flavour. It has a mild flavour with a tart and spicy taste makes this a good breakfast coffee.

 

 

£3.50

Cowabunga

A blend from 3 of the top surf sites around the world containing 1 cold water and two salt water locations

Bold coffee with hints of raisins, hazelnuts and a slight chocolate note

 

£3.50

Cuban Serrano

High in caffeine a cinnamon roasted coffee from Cuba

It has a sour flavour with a slight woody taste

 

£6.00

Ethiopian Sidamo

Southern Ethiopian coffee and the largest producer of coffee in the country

Thinner body than most Ethiopian coffees and a low acidity

 

£3.50

French Roast

originally flamed so as the French   could enjoy a cigarette and a coffee at a Café or Bistro  

Strong bitter smoky coffee often depicted as the smokers coffee

 

£3.00

Guatemalan Huehuetenango

A selection of coffees which are named after their geographical location which allows variety in the fruity undertones

nice body and acidity with a smooth aftertaste

 

£3.00

Indian Monsoon Malabar

Directly exposed to the monsoon weather in the Malabar region of India excellent as an espresso coffee and blends well with other coffees

increased body and reduced acidity with sweet notes

 

 

£3.50

Italian Crema

A high oil bean designed to give a deep Crema with a strong taste

A strong deep dark coffee with a silky creamy crema

 

£3.50

Italian Roast

Blend of Central American and African coffees

smooth rich taste with dark tones

 

£3.00

Jamaican Blue Mountain

From the Jamaica mountains grown at a high altitude 

JBM is sweeter than normal coffees giving a unique flavour

 

£25.00

Kenyan AA

Selected from estates in Nairobi the volcanic rock at 2000 metres gives AA it's distinct taste

 

high acidity with a dry and crisp aftertaste

 

£3.00

Kenyan Elephant ears

These are defective beans; they grow around each other causing a hollow shape which look like Elephant ears.

We will only have this coffee for a short time because of its rarity. 

A bright coffee with high acidity and chocolate aftertaste.

 

 

 

£4.50

Kenyan Peaberry

Said to contain all the best Kenyan flavour the cherry only produces 1 ovule resulting in extra fruity flavour

 

fine acidity with a fruity flavour

 

 

£3.50

Kona

Grown at 1500ft on the side of the volcano Kilalu’s.

Fine body with mild acidity and a chocolate aftertaste.

 

£20.00

Old Brown Java

Old brown java was originally used as ballast on the old sailing ships where natural ageing occurred as they sailed to and from Europe

smooth with minimum acidity and a heavy body

 

£4.50

Olympic

From the Olympic region in Africa in the very north east corner

Smells and tastes like buttered toast

 

£3.50

Papua New Guinea

Usually grown in ‘Coffee gardens’ in the East and West highland province and Simbu

Smooth and fruity

 

£4.00

Peru Cecovasa

Grown on the slopes of the Andes in southern Peru

Low acidity giving a light body and smooth taste

 

 

£3.50

Plantation Blend

Italian style espresso

Bold, strong flavours with lively overtones. Fruity undertones with bitter caramel and lasting aftertaste.

 

£3.50

Q Blend

A Blend of 3 different roasts to give 3 tiers to the flavour

An initial punch developing into a full bodied and full flavoured coffee finishing at an almost pure caffeine sensation

 

£3.59

Rainforest

A blend from two different rainforest grown coffees

A strong nutty chocolate taste

 

£3.50

Rwandan Kinunu

Grown in volcanic soils by small scale farmers 

Refreshing Medium body with hints of chocolate and citrus

 

£3.50

Tanzanian

From Tanzania kept at a cinnamon roast to help emphasise the flavour 

Slightly fruity with low acidity due to the light roast which retains the caffeine and vitamins

 

 

£3.50

Venezuelan

From the promontane region of the Andes mountains

Smells of toasting pine nuts & chocolate. You can really taste the nutty flavour

 

£3.50

Ethiopian

(green beans)

Picked in the south east of Ethiopia are the nearest to the original trees in Yemen 

 

These are for roasting at, if you give it ago please let us know how you did it. We have found a popcorn maker works.

 

£1.50

500g £7.00

1kg £13.00

Wild Kopi Luwak

From Indonesia the civet cat digests the cherries and the beans are washed and roasted for sale

A really well balancedcoffee deserving of its reputation as ‘best coffee in the world’.

 

£50.00

All flavoured beans

 

 

 

£3.00

Going up to £3.50 on 1st Dec

 

 

 

 

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