Limited Edition Festive Coffee
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Rich cocoa, orange peel, dark molasses – our Festive Coffee is one of our most indulgent brews, combining beans from Colombia and Brazil for a heady dark roast brimming with warming spice notes and chocolatey depth. Previously known as our After Dinner coffee, we’ve brought it back due to popular demand and given it a whole new look for Christmas.
Roasted Arabica beans.
Storage: Always store coffee in an airtight container. Ground coffee should be used within 2 weeks of opening to ensure optimum freshness.
Roasted and packed in the UK.
Packed in a protective atmosphere.
Limited Edition Festive CoffeeBy manda grundy from scotland on 01/20/2019Got this coffee in bean form over the festive period. Both for myself and friends who like a good mug of coffee to get a kick. Love both the packaging for the Christmas collection did make great gifts for family and friends.... WELLDONE again Whittards you know how to sell a product......
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Cocoa & Orange
Brew the Perfect cup
When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don't scald the grinds. This pack contains omni-grind coffee, ground for use in any coffee making style - follow the manufacturer's equipment instructions and adjust according to your taste.
Enjoy alone as a filter coffee, or if you're feeling decadent, mix with steaming hot milk and a helping of our Luxury Hot Chocolate to create a festive mocha.
Origin: Colombia & Brazil
The mountains around Bucaramanga in northern Colombia are known for producing rich, citrussy coffees, with a flavour profile deepened by notes of caramel and nuts. We’ve blended beans harvested during the region’s main crop with chocolatey, creamy Brazilian beans, grown in the world-renowned region of Minas Gerais.
Some of the finest Colombian and Brazilian coffee beans are sourced from the Bucaramanga and Minas Gerais regions, and for good reason. Both boast lush landscapes with ideal rainfall and rich fertile soil – and Minas Gerais has some of the highest mountains in Brazil. The finished product is quite impressive indeed: a flavoursome, full-bodied brew.