£6.49£2.86 per 100g
Costa Rica Strictly Hard Bean
An Arabica coffee grown above 1200 metres in Tarazzu and characterised by a pristine valley surrounded by mountains that are part of the Talamanca Sierra range of southern Costa Rica.
Grown at 1000-1300m in the Medellin region of Colombia, it has those classic Colombian cup profile characteristics of sweet nuttiness, lovely round body and the balanced acidity so associated with washed coffees.
Indonesia Sumatra Mandheling
Once lost to the jungles of Sumatra, this Arabica coffee was replanted in the Mandheling Province of West Sumatra for those who like a strong cup of coffee
Signature Espresso Blend
A labour of love combining beans from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia and Rwanda. What makes this blend stand out is that it packs a flavourful punch and produces a great créma.
Grown on the fertile highlands of the Sidamo region to the south where the Arabica coffee is harvested, fully washed late in the year. The results are smallish Ethiopian beans bursting with juicy flavours.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (14)
Good for a late night coffee
I quite liked it, but this would not be a morning coffee for be as it lacked flavour punch. It tasted smooth and even.
Nice for a decaf
But the hunt for a decent substitute continues!
Always on the look out for a decent decaf and this ticks all the boxes
Tried a few decaf beans and they just don't cut it on taste but this one is really nice. You can kind of tell it's decaf but it's still a really nice coffee. I love that the caffeine is removed using a water process and not nasty chemicals too!
Nice flavour if you like decaf
We liked the flavour but I could tell it was decaf. Would be nice in the afternoon/evening or for a frappe but I need proper coffee in the morning.