Origin: Colombia, South America Body: Medium-bodied Roast: Medium Roast (3) Summary of taste: Sweet and silky with a rich nuttiness Whittard recommends: Using a filter or cafetière and enjoying black or with milk according to taste When to drink: Drink this coffee morning, noon and night
This Colombian single origin coffee is cultivated on small farms clustered around the town of San Agustin in the Andean mountains. Flourishing under the shade of banana and rubber trees, the beans exude a wonderful caramel sweetness, tempered by a touch of orange acidity and a milky chocolate finish. "
Medium roasted to achieve a distinctive smoothness and silky texture, this coffee was a Gold Winner of the Great Taste Awards in 2012. In the words of the judges, its a coffee characterised by "some citrus and nuttiness. Honest praline notes. Good darker roast."
This is one of my favorite coffees, not too strong and bursting with flavor. You can tell this is good as soon as you open the bag, the smell is incredible. Would have been 5 stars if it was not for the price my other favorite coffees from another retailer are much cheaper at around £3.00 for the same amount and just as good.
1st February 2013 Posted by
First of all I would like to say how helpful the saff are in Whitard, I was unsure of what coffee to buy as i'm not a big coffee drinker.
The lady chose this for me after a few questions, and boy is it nice, it's nice and smooth tasting and feels silky in your mouth, it's a really nice taste not bitter like some.
Really pleased with this coffee and would most definantly buy more on my next visit.
Thank you Whittard at Junction 32 glasshoughton your the best staff ever!!
A 'must have'
30th December 2011 Posted by
Rev. Francis Pole
For any coffee addict (like me!) this coffee is a 'must'. The great advantage of it, quite apart from the lovely taste, is that it can be used at any time during the day and evening.
I recommend this coffee unhesitatingly! FP