Not sure which Speciality coffee to try from our range of Coffees from around the world?
Then why not try our mixed pack of four different coffees, this pack contains ESE coffee pods from the following Coffees:
El Salvador Fancy Finca San Antonio
RFA (Rainforest Alliance) standards that are intended to protect the environment and the rights of workers.
SHG (Strictly High Grown) specifies that the coffee was grown at an altitude around 1350 meters. Coffee grown at a higher altitude and lower temperature produces a slower maturing fruit and a denser bean; which creates a more desirable speciality cup.
EP (European Preparation) specifies that the raw beans are all hand sorted to remove any defective beans and foreign material.
good sweetness, chocolate notes, soft acidity, medium body, nice smokey notes
Peru MCM Rainforest Alliance Organic
Peruvian coffees are grown very high in the Andes Mountains. This exceptional altitude creates a coffee with bright effervescent snap, gentle sweetness, and nice medium body. Peru is an excellent origin for organic coffees, due to the hard work of a few exporters/importers in getting the farms and the mills up to organic standards.
Arabica coffee is grown on approximately 200,000 farms in Peru. Most are small, averaging less than two hectares. Most coffee is processed through co-operatives. Rainforest Alliance Certified sees the coffee grown under the canopy of the rainforest so that the local flora and fauna and the coffee beans are all protected.
This shade-grown Peru HB MCM Rainforest Alliance Organic exhibits a vanilla-nut-toned sweetness full of subtle citrus acidity. Extremely well balanced with a pleasing finish.
The cup has it all, body, brightness and good depth in the flavours.
From the Chanchamayo region near the town of Pichanaki, this Peru HB MCM Rainforest Alliance Organic is dual certified! A coffee worth discovering...and enjoying regularly.
Rwanda Naeb Misozi coffee Mushubati Kopakama e.jo Heza women coffee
180 women from the KOPAKAM Coperative came together in 2009 to form this women’s group after the 1994 Rwandan genocide that left many widows and orphans. The women focused on rehabilitating the coffee fields so that they could earn a living without their husbands. From the coffee sales, they raise funds to plant a collective coffee field, Ejo Heza – A Beautiful Tomorrow. They have invested the money for the community to have water access and they have also used the money to help poor members buy cows. There are now 247 women members with individual and collective farms.
In the cup what can you expect:
Wine and berry, vanilla, roasted almond, butter and clove with aftertaste of butterscotch and hints of orange. Smooth body and sparkle of acidity..
Guatemalan Santa Clara
So what can you expect from Guatemalan Santa Clara?
A big beautiful, creamy, juicy mouthful and a lovely deep ripe sweetness, flavour notes overflowing with fruit notes such as peaches, apple cider, plums and apricots with a lovely long sweet finish, with flavours of butter and well balanced chocolaty malt/spicy acidity.
This is such a fantastic espresso coffee, or Americana
Pack contains 10 of each of the above, 40 ESE pods in total