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Coffee of the Month

There are many delicious premium coffees and  ‘Coffee of the Month means you not only get to know about them you also get the opportunity to taste them.  Sign up to Coffee Club and have 3 or 6 months of mystery coffee delivered straight to your door.

Limmu

Process  Washed

Cup Profile

The Coffee Baron’s wife loved this cause it smelled and tasted chocolaty and nutty (just like her). Lovely Flo thinks its best served filtered or in the cafetiere.
For the aficionados out there, the flavour is “bright, spicy and winy with citrus and floral notes”

Notes 

These beans come from Limmu Coffee Farm in the Oromia Regional State (or “Aromia” as we’ve taken to calling it) Limmu farm supports the livelihood of some 40,000 citizens, providing social, economic services for employees and their families like housing, schooling, health services, potable water, electricity and recreational facilities free of charge. Ample rainfall, higher altitudes, agro ecology where the coffee trees are allowed to grow luxuriously under shade, and the reddish soil with pH values from 4.5 to 5.8 result in this unique, full-bodied and pointedly acidic brew. Hope you love this as much as we do. 

Strength:4
Roast: Medium
£6.00 / 250g

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Highland Roast

Cup Profile

Strong and richly complex but well balanced flavours suggest quality dark chocolate with a creamy pleasant mouthfeel and caramel finish.

Notes

Beautiful premium coffee.  Each coffee in this blend has been chosen for the distinctly unique taste and aroma and which provides our deliciously satisfying Highland Roast.  Perfect for the creative latte, smooth and creamy cappuccino and bold and tasty espresso.

 

 

Strength: 4 – 4+
Roast: strong, dark
£6.00 / 250g

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Good Morning Coffee

Cup Profile

Bright and mellow with a balanced body and fresh clean fragrance.  

Notes

This blend has a base of South or Central American coffee beans and is sweet, light and joyful.  The delicious aroma of beans blended together evokes memories of warm sunshiny days and will start your day in a fresh and zesty way.

 

Strength: 3+
Roast: medium
£6.00 / 250g

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Indonesian Sumatra Lintong (Italian Roast)

 

Cup Profile

Clean, consistent, some nice rustic notes, bright acidity, earthy, floral, soft tobacco, spice

Notes

High-quality Lintongs differentiate themselves from other Sumatran coffees in their clean mouthfeel and slightly brighter acidity. In contrast with Mandehlings, Lintongs have a medium body but retain notes of dark chocolate and fresh earth. We suggest you give them a try if you’ve been a fan of Mandehlings but are looking for a twist.

Strength: 5 – 5+
Roast: very dark
£6.00 / 250g

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Decaf, Central America Blend

Mountain water process

Cup Profile

Sweet ginger, bright and smooth with a cocoa finish.

Notes

This decaf is a dark and awesome surprise, with full rich and delicious flavours.  In the decaffeination process, the green coffee beans are immersed in water in order to extract the caffeine.

Strength: 4
Roast: dark

£6.50 / 250g

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Tanzania Peaberry

 

Cup Profile

To Follow.

Notes

To follow.

Roast: Mild
£6.00 / 250g

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India, Monsooned Malabar (strong roast)

Cup Profile

The complex and intense flavours which include, burnt caramel or toffee with a smoky woodiness combines to make this coffee unusually unique. You will remember the bold fragrance and peppery aftertaste.

Process – Monsoon

Notes

The Monsooning process consists of exposing natural coffee beans to the moisture laden winds and delivering delicious top grade beans which are slowly dried then hard roasted to release the unusual and subtle flavours.

Photo: The colourful spices of India

Strength: 5
Roast: Strong

£6.00 / 250g

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Brazil, Ipanema Estate, Ouro Preto (mild roast)

Cup Profile

This coffee has a fine silky flavour and a delicate taste. It’s a little wild in character with mild fruit and hazelnuts, heavy body and a low acidity.

Notes
Located in the region of Sul de Minas, in the municipality of Alfenas, the Fazenda Capoeirinha was the first property acquired by the Ipanema Estate in 1969. Of its 2,200 hectares of land, 70% are used for producing coffee, while the remaining 30% comprises preservation and protected forest areas. This farm produced the two lots that won the Annual Quality Contest of the Rainforest Alliance in 2009 and 2010.

£6.00 / 250g

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Guatemala

(Roast 2 Mild/Medium)

Cup Profile

To follow.

Process : Washed and Sundried

Notes 

To follow

£6.00 / 250g

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ca-phe-vn-webImported Vietnamese Ground Coffee (250g pouch)

Cup Profile

Fantastic cocoa aroma with a complex but delicious bitter sweet taste.

Notes

This is an imported coffee which is served very strong and very sweet.  If you have ever visited Vietnam you will know that it is almost always a drip coffee and is enjoyed with condensed milk and ice.  As a hot coffee it is just as delicious with the hot chocolatey aroma and a very distinct flavour.

Photo: Vietnamese traditional slow drip coffee

Strength: 4
Roast: Strong

£ 6.00 / 250g

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parcel_01Ordering Notes

1. All coffees fresh roasted in Inverness from excellent grade Arabica beans.

2. The minimum order is 250g (about ½  pound).

3. Orders of ground coffee will be packaged in heat sealed lined bags.

4. Delivery is by first class mail, the post & packing charges are automatically at the checkout stage.

                                           5. Receipts will not be issued unless one is requested.

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Terms and Conditions of Sale

Royal Mail’s 1st Class Parcel Postage Charges 

0 – 1.0 kg: £3.30         1.01 – 1.50 kg: £5.45         1.51 – 2.00 kg: £8.90

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Postage Cost Reduction for 1kg Orders:

Since the weight of the packaging (about 80g) will push the total weight of a 1kg coffee order parcel up to 1.08kg and thus into the next charge bracket, if requested, I could reduce the total weight of the coffee by about 100g so that the total weight (including packing) comes in at just under 1kg. This would reduce the postage cost from £5.45 to £3.30. Email us in advance.

 

Other Purchases

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