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Coffee descriptions

Roast level
the darker the roast the bigger the body, the lower the acidity and the smoother the coffee - this does not always apply though

Flavours
two or three words that we think describe the flavour quite well - extracted flavours will vary depending on brewing methods and recipes

Body
the mouthfeel and 'weight' of the coffee

Sweetness
the amount of sweetness - this does not always refer to a sugary sweetness

Acidity
the brightness of the coffee - can be a sourness or sharpness as well

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What coffee is best?

Our speciality coffee is roasted by our trusted UK suppliers they work exclusively with Arabica coffee beans and all our coffee is ethically sourced from South America, Central America, Africa and Asia.

The first thing to think about is how you are brewing your coffee. Filter coffee is often drunk black or with little milk making it very different compared to espresso coffee. For this reason, filter coffee beans are often roasted lighter as this way the beans work well with the filter brewing method. Brewing an espresso blend as a filter coffee will produce a very strong coffee and brewing a caffe latte with a light single origin will be very mild and sweet.

The best coffee is probably the one that matches your flavour preference. Have a good read at the description of the coffee. Don't worry about the price as we price all our coffees very competitively.

Next day delivery

As we deliver with Royal Mail as well as DPD we give you the option to order little and often keeping your coffee super fresh. Coffee needs to rest after it has been roasted and we do this for you at the roastery.

This way we ensure that your coffee is ready to drink when it arrives and of course we only dispatch coffee that is very fresh. FREE DELIVERY OVER £25 or collect in Salon.

Ground coffee vs roasted beans

We can grind your coffee free of charge. Simply select the type when you buy your coffee beans online.

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