Order today and your coffee will be roasted Tue 2 May for delivery on Wednesday 3 May *
- Making Coffee
- Which Coffee should I choose?
- Why should you buy freshly roasted coffee?
- Flavour and Strength Guide
Coffee is rather like wine in that there is a huge variety of different flavours and undertones as well as strengths. Much of your decision will come down to personal taste. Therefore, to assist you we have devised a 'Flavour and Strength Guide' which will help you in your decision making process.
We have allocated a flavour and strength guide to each of our coffees to help you choose and have fun trying different coffees in order to discover which coffees you prefer. You can find these strength and flavour ratings next to each coffee on the product lists.
|1||Dry & Crisp|
|2||Dry & Fruity|
|3||Dry & Full bodied|
|4||Smooth & Mellow|
|5||Smooth & Rich|
|6||Rich & Fruity / Sweet|
|7||Rich & Nutty|
|8||Rich & Winey with Chocolate undertones|
|9||Rich & Full bodied / heavy liquor|
|10||Strong Italian flavour|
|1||Light to Medium Roast|
|3||Medium to Dark Roast|
|5||Very Dark Roast|
If you are completely new to real, fresh coffee we suggest you start with the following coffees from which you can develop your own personal taste:
Cafetiere/Drip Filter Method
- Colombian Medellin Excelso
- Roast & Post Mountain Blend
- Organic Coffees:
These are both 'lighter' espressos: