Heritage

£4.25£15.00

Bristol Twenty Heritage Blend

Harking back to the flavours of where our love for coffee began, this dark roasted Heritage blend is suited to latte and cappuccino, where its punch cuts through the milky creaminess. This richly flavoured blend of Brazilian and Guatemalan arabicas, with a touch of high quality Guinea Robusta also lends itself to espresso and americano, where the classical Italian style depth of flavour is more pronounced.

 

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Bristol Twenty Heritage Blend

Standard Espresso Roast

Harking back to the flavours of where our love for coffee began, this dark roasted Bristol Twenty Heritage Blend is suited to latte and cappuccino, where its punch cuts through the milky creaminess. This richly flavoured blend of Brazilian and Guatemalan arabicas, with a touch of high quality Guinea Robusta also lends itself to espresso and americano, where the classical Italian style depth of flavour is more pronounced.

Heritage blend is made from Brazilian arabica from Mio in Monte Santa de Minas, which has the ability like all Brazilian coffees, to take a darker roasts without turning overly bitter. This is due in part to the mild, balance flavour of Brazilian coffee beans. This is a very special coffee and we are very excited to bring this to you. This honey processed yellow catucai is unique; full of milk chocolatey sweetness with touches of praline and caramel it finishes of with the tang of tangerine.

 

Matched with our wonderful Guatemalan Strictly Hard Bean European Prepped coffee from Conebosque which adds unique qualities like citrus acidity and its complex combination of fruit and smooth chocolate notes.

This coffee type represents the classic, clean, Central American cup reminiscent of true Italian style espresso.

Roasted in small batches to ensure freshness of flavour.

Rory’s tasting notes:

Brazil nut and smooth chocolate with a clean citrus bite.

Brew Ratio:            1:2.25

Extraction Time : 30 – 35 Seconds

Additional information

Size?

250gm, 500gm, 1Kg

Ground?

Beans, Espresso, Filter, Cafetiere

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