This is the traditional filter coffee, as drunk in the UK and places like Germany and Holland, with a more delicate flavour, a creamier body, and often more coffee used. People who do not like this sort of coffee can find it acidic or weak. To make it a little stronger you can blend in some medium strong roast (maybe 1 part in 3) or even a small amount of continental roast (not more than 1 part in 4). These coffees are roughly the same strength.
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A medium roast for filter and cafetiere. Grown from the Jamaican Blue Mountain strain, Kenya Blue mountain tastes like normal Kenyan but with a little less acidity and an added chocolatey flavour.
A medium roast for filter and cafetiere. Blended with Peru, this is a creamy coffee with a fine delicate tang. Please note that we also offer a fuller medium roast Guatemala.
A medium roast for filter and cafetiere. Finely blended range of pure arabicas based on Mexican, giving a complex and smooth flavour suitable for most tastes and all day drinking.
This is a time limited coffee, grab it while stock lasts! The Red Catuai produces a hardy, near full bodied cup of coffee at a medium roast. Medium in acidity. Subtle, Fruity and quite a sweet coffee.
This is a time limited coffee, grab it while stock lasts! Heavy bodied with a cream-like mouthfeel, butterscotch, hazelnut brittle and a long, lingering finish. This coffee features a sweet taste and its fragrance includes notes of fresh walnuts and almonds. ...
A fairly light medium roast for filter and cafetiere.
A medium roast for filter and cafetiere. A very smooth, popular and familiar flavour. A natural sweetness and rich body. For the adventurous this is excellent for blending as it rounds off the flavour of stronger coffees.
In Municipio El Congo in the region of Santa Ana is the Finca Serbia coffee plantation which was established in the 1930's and has been run as a family business ever since. The coffee grown on this farm is almost completely shaded by Cedar and Oak trees. Volcanic rich soil ...