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Santos and Java Coffee

A seductively dark, velveteen coffee... Read More

1kg Coffee Beans
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A seductively dark, velveteen coffee...

Our Santos and Java coffee blends beans from either side of the globe, Brazil and Indonesia, to create a seductively dark, velveteen coffee with a powerful kick. 
The Santos beans are grown on the rolling plains of Southern Brazil, yielding dark flavours of baking chocolate and stewed fruit, while beans sourced from the humid volcanic slopes of the Ijen Plateau on the island of Java add a lighter, creamier sweetness with just the right acidity. With its heady aroma and high-roasted boldness, we like to think this coffee has something of the mystery of Indonesia, and a touch of the party spirit of Brazil… 
  • Origin

    Indonesia, Brazil

  • Flavour

    Sweet & Nutty

  • Body

    Full-bodied

  • Roast

    Dark (5), Dark

  • Tastes like

    Smooth, fruity and luxuriously sweet

  • When to drink

    After dinner

Ingredients

Brew the perfect cup

Follow the manufacturer's equipment instructions Always use fresh water. Use water just off the boil so you don't scald the coffee. Do not re-heat brewed coffee.

A note from Whittard

“I like to try out unusual coffees, so I tend to go for our Limited Edition varieties. My favourites are the single estate varieties, as you can track the taste right back to the individual bean.”

- Harvinder, Specialist Coffee Buyer

Indonesia

After smuggling coffee seedlings from the Arabian port of Mocha in 1616, Dutch colonists became the first to cultivate coffee outside the Arab world, establishing plantations on the island of Java. Much Indonesian coffee undergoes the uniquely Indonesian ‘Giling Basah’ process of semi-washing the beans, reducing acidity and creating a softer, full bodied cup. These coffees lend themselves well to darkly roasting, encouraging the earthy, spicy flavours to fully develop.

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We’re confident that you’ll love our products as much as we do. Our Taste Guarantee means that if anything fails to meet your expectations you can return for an exchange or full refund – just remember to enclose the original receipt if you're returning it by post or popping in store. That way you're free to try something new, without the risk of disappointment.

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