Brasil and Ethiopian blend
In the Cup: chocolate, hazelnut
Process: washed Brasil and natural Ethiopian beans
Description: Bold solid coffee, clean with low acidity and sits well with a variety of milks
What’s in the special blend coffee bag?
This bag might also contain something else you need: a sense of adventure, clarity, a connection with other bean freaks addicted to the mind-blowing bliss of bloody good coffee.
It took an inquisitive mind to experiment with those first coffee cherries – to pluck, roast and brew those first beans – and bring caffeine-laden goodness to the world.
Our approach is driven by that same sense of exploration and excitement so you can enjoy coffee at its best.
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You’re Special Blend is a mix of Brasil and Ethiopian coffee
Want to know what Ethiopian coffee tastes like? Well, considering it has 99% of the world’s genetic diversity for coffee plants there isn’t a shortage of flavour profiles! There are particular flavour notes that are recognised in Ethiopian coffee regularly including berries, lime and red fruits. Naturally processed Ethiopian beans are also well known for their fruitiness and you can rely on their sweet notes to come through in any single origin or blend.
What does Brasilian coffee taste like? Much like the diverse geography of the country the different growing regions produce different flavours. Higher elevation produces delicate flavours and sweetness with floral and fruity notes. Specialty coffees have a couple of different flavour profiles with the most common being earthy, spicy, nutty, sweet and low acidity. With others often having a lighter body, juicy sweetness, gentle acidic tang and a complex flavour profile with notes of lime, white wine, flowers and spice.