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:
Mexican Don Pepe
A clean, lightly fruited brightness, the dry fragrance has a crisp caramel scent, with a trace of red apple. Wet aroma is nutty, with the scent of bread in the oven, honey-vanilla, and just a little maple and apple.
The cup has a mild and delicate acidity that gives a sense of refreshing brightness, but low in intensity. There's a grainy sweetness in this coffee short-lived on the palate, but zesty nonetheless: Simple, sweet, mildly bright
This washed Ethiopia Sidamo is characterised by well-defined and strong positive aromatic notes, the most distinctive flavour notes found in all Sidamo coffees are lemon and citrus with bright crisp acidic. The high level of cocoa, goes hand in hand with a very strong flower and honey note followed by a pleasant touch of dried fruit (chestnut, almond, walnut and pistachio).
The spicy notes of tea, liquorice, tobacco, and rhubarb can be sensed alongside the sensations of fine herbs. There is also a nice sensation of toasted, caramel and cereals as well as a slight balsamic note of mint, anise and alpine herbs.
India Monsooned Malabar
India Monsooned Malabar coffee has something of an exotic history. The blend has its origins from the times of the British Raja; the green beans originally developed their distinctive yellow colour from being stored within the humid holds of the slow spice ships as they travelled across the oceans to deliver coffee to Europe.
Today a similar effect is obtained by storing in special warehouses in the port town of Malabar until the monsoon season comes around. The sides of the structure are then opened allowing the moist monsoon winds to circulate around the picked green beans making them swell in size and take on a mellowed, yet aggressive, musty flavour. They turn very pale in colour and become brittle. You'll get the most unusual tasting coffee that we've found so far.
The blend is heavy bodied, pungent and of monotone quality and is considered to be dry with a chocolaty aroma and a slightly sharp taste, deep, low acidity, intense spices Tobacco, almonds, peanut, musty flavours.
- Flavour 5/5
- Body 5/5
- Roast 4/5
- Acidity 3/5
Honduras RFA Organic
There's an aroma of malted, unrefined sugars in the dry fragrance that is like sucanat.
The body of this organic Honduras coffee has depth, the mouth feel is silky, and there are no surprises in the finish - just a sweetness that lingers on through to the long after-taste.
Pack contains 10 of each of the above, 40 ESE pods in total coffee pods, individually foil wrapped