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Winter Blend

In developing this year’s Limited Edition Winter Blend, we looked to the most premium seasonal coffees around the globe. Working directly with our coffee farming partners, we tasted many samples and created dozens of versions before landing on the perfect coffee for the winter season. A coffee with flavours of plum, praline, candied orange and a hint of spice.

The perfect seasonal blend?

Quite possibly.

Hand Selected & Processed With Exacting Precision

Three different coffees, each meticulously selected at origin, sorted and each adopting three different processing techniques to create a truly exquisite blend. El Salvador, Honduras and Ethiopia are the origins that make up this rich, complex coffee.  

  • Honduras

    Fully Washed

    Red ripe cherries are harvested, pulped and then immediately washed and fermented removing the cherry and honey from the seed. This gives the coffee a clean and juicy profile with a hint of candied orange.

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  • El Salvador

    Honey Process

    After harvest the cherry is removed, but the mucilage or honey is left on the coffee seed to dry. This coffee is sweet, like caramelized almonds.

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  • Ethiopia

    Natural Process

    Natural is the simplest and oldest way of processing coffee. It involves drying the coffee cherries directly on clay patios or raised beds, usually, these are sun-dried. This gives the coffee a fruity flavour.

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Our New
Seasonal Coffee
Notes Plum, Praline, Orange and a hint of spice
Beans 100% Arabica
Origin El Salvador, Honduras and Ethiopia
Process Honey, Washed and Natural
Roast Medium

Creating The Perfect Blend

Blends are created by combining a select few coffees from different places to create a balance of flavours and aromas not found in any individual single-origin coffee. A Blend may be created for a specific brewing method such as a filter coffee, espresso or it may be to pair with a certain foods or season. Building a coffee for winter is one of the most compelling (and joyful) tasks since the festive season evokes such sensorial memories.

“One of the great joys we have as coffee roasters is exploring the art of blending; pairing up several coffees to bring out unique flavours and create a balanced coffees that is truly special.”

Chris Jordan, Head of Coffee

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