Peru Tunki

£5.50 £20.00

Grown at an altitude of 1600-1800 metres above the sea in the beautiful Tambopata valley and named after a local wild bird. This exceptional coffee is sustainably shade grown it is traditionally farmed by hand without the use of pesticides or chemicals, hand washed in spring water and picked by the local indigenous people the Quechua.

Strength: 3

Cupping notes: Fragrance / aroma of dried fruits such as figs, chocolate flavour with notes of grapefruit, bright citric acidity such as sweet lime, smooth body and clean and long-lasting finish.

Green Peppermint

Small pellets of Gunpowder tea are blended with peppermint oil to give the flavour that is so popular in Morocco.


£4.75 £17.00

Long established and ever popular, our Italian is the darkest roast we do. It is a blend of several single origins to produce a dark, strong and well balanced flavour.

Strength: 5

English Breakfast

£4.00 £8.00

A carefully balanced blend of Assam and Ceylon teas that gives a bright, flavoursome morning tea.

Ceylon / Indian Blend

£4.00 £8.00

This is a small leaf tea, known as Pekoe Fannings. The leaf size makes it a strong, quick brewing tea.

Earl Grey

£4.00 £8.00

The old favourite! Flavoured with oil of Bergamot. Very refreshing.

Dark Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans


Dark Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans. 125grms.

Dark Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans


Dark Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans.

India Assam Small Leaf

£4.50 £9.00

Assam teas grow in the Brahmaputra valley where humidity is high and temperatures soar. The bushes grow well in such conditions and produce teas that are rich, smooth and malty in flavour.

Sri Lanka Ceylon BOP

£4.50 £9.00

Sri Lanka has six main growing regions – Nuwara Eliya, Uva, Dimbula, Kandy, Ratnapura and Galle. Each produces teas with an individual character but the teas typically give a brisk, bright liquor with good aroma and flavour.