Apron

£15.00

Roberts & Co apron.

Brazilian Mate

£6.00 £12.00

Yerba Mate is a small shrub grown mainly in South America. It is a sub species of the holly family. The leavea are harvested and dried.

Costa Rica Single Estate

£5.25 £19.00

Coffee came to Costa Rica in the last decade of the eighteenth century. It can be grown in various regions within the country at an altitude of above 1350 meters. This is the ideal height for gourmet coffee.

Strength: 3

Cupping Notes: Clean, lively winey acidity, medium body, chocolate, almonds, citrus notes

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.

Espresso Napoli

£4.50 £16.00

Hands down our most popular coffee, used as our house blend in the roastery and many coffee shops around the country. High roasted to produce a well-balanced and deep taste. Perfect for a flat white or milk based drinks.

Strength: 5

India Monsooned Malabar

£4.75 £16.50

Today, India is the fifth-largest producer of Arabica coffee in the world, behind Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Ethiopia.

The colour, shape, and size of these beans from India, as well as their aroma and taste, are the result of special post-harvest processing.

Strength: 4

Cupping notes: Spicy, earthy, smoky, tobacco notes, wood notes, medium body, medium acidity.

Dark Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans

£3.75

Dark Chocolate Coated Coffee Beans. 125grms.

China Gunpowder

£5.00 £10.00

The leaves are rolled into small pellets which unfurl during brewing. The amber liquor has a gentle, smooth, slightly herbal flavour.

China Jasmine with Flowers

£5.00 £10.00

Green tea is heaped next to piles of Jasmine flowers so that the perfume is absorbed by the tea. Tea scented with the aroma of jasmine flowers has been a specialty in China since the Sung Dynasty ruled over 800 years ago.

4 Great Coffees of the World Box

£16.00

Our 4 Great Coffees of the World Box is a fantastic gift. The gift box contains 125g of; Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Sumatra Lintong, India Monsooned Malabar and Brazil Rodomunho Estate.