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Seasonal Roast
Seasonal Roast
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Seasonal Roast

Seasonal Roast

🎄 Festive Roast 🎄

Regular price£8.49

Our latest Seasonal Guest has been hand-picked in Peru by farmers we know by name. Roasted slightly darker, and with it's dark chocolate and orange tasting notes, you'll love this Peruvian coffee as an espresso based brew.


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Standard Delivery (3-4 days): Free when you spend £40+

Standard Delivery (3-4 days): £4.95

Express Delivery (1-3 days): £5.95

Orders placed before 1pm Monday-Friday will be dispatched that day by Evri. Orders placed after 1pm, on the weekend or during a bank holiday will be dispatched the next working day. As soon as your coffee has been dispatched, you will receive an email with the tracking number.

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Country. Peru 

Tasting Notes. Dark Chocolate / Orange / Almond 

Process. Washed 

Roast. Darker (4) 

Brew Type. Espresso and Filter 

Varietal. Bourbon / Caturra / Catimor 

Region. Junin 

Altitude. 1700m 


Shout Out: This is a fully washed coffee from Peru's central highlands. The coffee is grown on small family farms, in hills bordering the towns of Satipo and Pichinaki, in the region of Junin; approximately 500km east of Peru's capital, Lima. It is a blend of varietals including bourbon, caturra and catimor. 




Can I use filter ground coffee in a cafetiere?

It is now recommended to use a finer grind size of coffee in your cafetiere to optimise the taste of the brew. Our filter ground coffee is the perfect size for use with a cafetiere and the metal filter is still fine enough to separate the sediment from the final cup, whilst delivering a full bodied, strong brew. The smaller size of the coffee grinds elevates the flavours of the coffee as more water is in contact overall. It is recommended to slightly reduce the brewing time to approximately 4 minutes when using a finer grind.


What is the best coffee to use for a cafetiere?

Whilst it’s unlikely that everyone will share the same preference on the best coffee, our seasonal roast is always one of our most popular. Changing frequently, depending on the best quality crop at the time, the seasonal guest is guaranteed to be of a high grade and always single origin. Our seasonal guest coffee can originate from all over the world, from Ethiopia and Guatemala to Brazil and Vietnam. This roast comes in the option to buy as whole bean coffee or as filter ground, as with all of our other coffee.

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