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Australian Skybury

£10.50 £40.00

Back by popular demand!

Set in the middle of tropical forests, in Queensland, the Australian skybury coffee is surprisingly smooth with a velvet character and soft body- extra special.

Strength: 4

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Mount Everest Supreme Himalayan Arabica

£9.50 £36.00

Grown at the northernmost coffee plantation in the entire Northern hemisphere, this coffee from the foothills of Mount Everest is a dark roast, with an unbelievable smoothness!

Strength: 3

India Darjeeling 2nd Flush

£15.00 £30.00

India’s north eastern region of Darjeeling is set in the foothills of the Himalayas. Second flush teas are picked in May and June after the bushes have lain dormant over the Winter.

Kenya AA Estate

£5.75 £21.00

Kenya is well known for its organised coffee cooperatives, AA grade is the highest grade beans which is sold at the weekly auction at the Nairobi coffee exchange.

Strength: 3

Cupping notes: Complex, rich body. Flavours of orange peel, lemonade, floral and berry.

Colombia Supremo

£5.75 £21.00

The Andes Mountains run through the department of Huila, Colombia. The area’s resulting mineral-rich soil and microclimates contribute to a celebrated cup profile that’s typically juicy, fruity and complex, with a rich, full body.

Strength: 4

Cupping Notes: Well-balanced acidity and a delicate body. It starts off sweet and with slight notes of tart fruit and finishes with a bittersweet, dark-cocoa note.

Decaffeinated Dark

£5.50 £20.00

Mountain water processed that removes the caffeine while keeping the coffee’s flavour in place without the use of harsh chemicals. Roasted to suit differing tastes we offer a medium and dark strength. (origins may vary)

Strength: 5

Decaffeinated Medium

£5.50 £20.00

Mountain water processed that removes the caffeine while keeping the coffee’s flavour in place without the use of harsh chemicals. Roasted to suit differing tastes we offer a medium and dark strength (origins may vary).

Strength: 2

Peru Tunki

£5.25 £19.00

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.

Indonesia Sumatra Lintong Triple Picked

£5.25 £19.00

Sumatra produces some of the most striking and recognizable profiles in the coffee world: earthy, full and packed with cedar and spice.
The Lintong region rises to a high plateau, providing the altitude necessary for Arabica cultivation.

The Grade 1 Triple-Picked distinction is, as one might guess, hand sorted three times, which results in a very consistent cup that includes only perfectly ripe fruit.

Strength: 4

Cupping notes: Cherry, lemon, grapefruit, cedar, moss, dark chocolate, nutmeg, savoury; juicy acidity; balanced and clean.