Island Coffee Beans

The Dominican Republic has produced coffee for several centuries and their beans fit the ‘Island Coffee’ profile of soft and mild very well. It’s a good choice if you like the clean taste of Central American coffees and our Dominican Republic Cibao bean is a rich, dark, soft and sweet flavour, without the bitterness many dark roast coffees can have. Sublime!

Cuba is famous for more than just cigars! It has been producing coffee beans since 1748 and has perfected its own distinctive flavour. The island produces arabica and robusta beans, most of which come from the Sierra Maestra mountain area. Our choice of Serrano Superior gives a rich, smooth, dark taste perfect for a morning espresso.

Australian Coffee beans are soft, sweet, buttery and smooth, with a very similar flavour profile to ‘Island Coffee’. Generally mild, Australian coffee is farmed all the way from Lismore in New South Wales to Cape York in the far north of Queensland where the huge Skybury plantation can be found. Skybury is a fabulous example of a great Australian bean and is ideal for the perfect Flat White.

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  1. Limited Edition
    Australian Skybury Coffee

    Australian Skybury Coffee

    £9.00
    Earn £0.45
    Strong
    4

    This high-quality coffee is beautiful, buttery, rich and full-bodied. Expect deep tones of chocolate, caramel and butter.

    We roast this one medium dark, which is ideal for espresso but it is also a complex coffee in a cafetiere or Aeropress.

    Skybury is Australia's oldest producing coffee plantation and Australia's largest exporter of home grown coffee. This family owned company has been producing Arabica coffee and tropical fruits (papaya, bananas and longans) from the 300 acre plantation near Mareeba for over 20 years.

    Australian coffee is of a very high quality, it is grown in two areas: Queensland in the far north and an area around Bundaberg. The Australians are passionate about coffee, as evidenced by the fact that Perth has more cafes per capita than any other city in the world. They are also so keen on their coffee that they invented their own: the flat white.

  2. Limited Edition
    Cuban Serrano Lavado Coffee

    Cuban Serrano Lavado Coffee

    £4.85
    Earn £0.20
    Strong
    4

    **Due to the continuing US embargo on Cuban goods you are unable to purchase this product via PayPal. Please note this applies if you buy the product individually or as part of a larger order. If your order includes this coffee you will need to complete your purchase via our secure Sage Pay method.**

    Taste

    Coffee from Cuba is typically clean tasting and medium to full-bodied with a lush smoky flavour. The Serrano is a superb rich and traditional full-bodied coffee. With a great Mocha hit and little or no fruity acidity you can savour the nuttiness of this coffee. There is a background smokiness that can be attributed to sandalwood or tobacco, making a divine espresso or a great morning coffee.

    Facts

    For over 200 years, Cuba has grown the finest varieties of coffee beans and has perfected the growing and processing techniques to bring out the now-famous Cuban coffee flavour. Every batch can be traced to a single plant introduced by Jose Antonio Gelabert in 1748, and the methods of cultivation have changed little in the years since.

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