Jute Blend

For our award-winning jute blend, we’ve taken four of our single origins (Brazil, Honduras, Colombia and Ethiopia) and combined them in a ratio that emphasises their individual qualities – we think the result is versatile and more than the sum of its parts, with a beautifully balanced palette of cherry, chocolate and toffee. It’s great black or with milk.

  • 100% arabica
  • Ethically sourced and hand-roasted
  • Notes of cherry, chocolate and toffee
  • Great Taste Awards 2019, 2020 and 2021 winner
  • Sent in a recyclable jute pouch

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Coffee type

Blend

Roast level

Medium

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Cherry, chocolate and toffee

Process

Washed and natural

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

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Description

For our award-winning jute blend, we’ve taken four of our single origins (Brazil, Honduras, Colombia and Ethiopia) and combined them in a ratio that emphasises their individual qualities – we think the result is versatile and more than the sum of its parts, with a beautifully balanced palette of cherry, chocolate and toffee. It’s great black or with milk.

  • 100% arabica
  • Ethically sourced and hand-roasted
  • Notes of cherry, chocolate and toffee
  • Great Taste Awards 2019, 2020 and 2021 winner
  • Sent in a recyclable jute pouch

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Pack size

250g

Certification

Fairtrade

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Product Location

Top Cl, Thrapston, Kettering NN14, UK

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