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ZIMBABWE AA
A lovely complex, full bodied African coffee. Smooth with nut and chocolate notes. Medium Roast Price x 250G
£4.70
MALAWI
A medium roast African coffee with fine acidity and complex flavours. Notes of sweetness, honey, raisin, with earthiness. Price x 250G
£4.70
ZAMBIA
A medium roast. With light acidity, and full body this coffee has a gentle tone. Price x 250G
£4.70
KENYA AA
A Medium roast coffee with a fine acidity and natural sweetness. Price x 250G.
£5.90
KENYA PEA BERRY
A Medium Roast coffee. The "Pea Berry" name derives from the rounded shaped of the bean as only one ovule developes in the cherry. Naturally sweet with a fine acidity. Price x 250G.
£5.90
KENYA AAA SC20
A full roast coffee from Kenya, more intense with a very fine acidity and sweetness, must try for a nice delicate cup of coffee. The AAA relates to the very large beans. So large some crack during roasting. Price X 250G
£7.00
ETHIOPIAN HARRAR LONGABERRY
A Medium Roast Coffee. Fragrant and mild. With a gamy taste and winy flavour the Harrar Longaberry is often thought to be the superior Ethiopian. Resembles Mocha and often replaces it. Price x 250G.
£4.90
Based on 3 reviews.
ETHIOPIAN SIDAMO
A Medium Roast coffee. From a South-West region where vast areas of wild arabica trees are practically untouched and the beans are picked from the ground. Price x 250G.
£6.00
Based on 2 reviews.
ETHIOPIAN YIRGACHEFFE
A Medium Roast coffee. Very similar to the Sidamo. Acidic, winy, with a good body and flavour. Price x 250G.
£6.00
Based on 3 reviews.
YEMENI MATARI
A Medium Roast coffee. Also decribed as Mocha, after the Yemen city of Moka. A rich, heavy bodied coffee with a chocolatey, winy flavour. Very good as an after dinner coffee or Turkish coffee. Price x 250G.
£11.00
TANZANIA CHAGGA
A Medium Roast coffee. Similar to Kenya, perhaps a little thinner. Price x 250G.
£4.60