Coffee by Flavour Notes

Whether you prefer a fruity or floral, sweet or nutty coffee, we have a wide range of coffee that's bursting with flavour.

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Single Origin 1 - Brazil

Notes of:

Green Apple Raisin Walnut

Roast:

Medium roasted beans are a darker shade of brown than light roast, and should have a uniform warm colour with no black. There should be no oil visible on the surface, though they may appear shinier than a light roast.
Single Origin 4 - Uganda

Notes of:

Apricot Dark Chocolate Peach

Roast:

Lightly roasted beans aren't oily on the surface and is lighter brown in colour which is why it’s sometimes called cinnamon roast. This makes for a thin, mild cup of coffee. If you like coffee with fragrant and fruity flavors, you’ll find it among the light roasted coffees.
House Blend 01 - Brazil / Sumatra

Notes of:

Black Cherry Dark Chocolate Smoked Hazelnut

Roast:

Rich, creamy and naturally sweet, this coffee is perfect for drinking all day long.
House Blend 02 - Brazil / Ethiopia

Notes of:

Lemon Tart Milk Chocolate White Sugar

Roast:

Medium brown in colour with more of a balance of acidity, flavour and aroma, medium roasted coffee has a richer consistency than light roast. It also doesn’t have the oily surface you’ll see in the darker roasts.
House Blend 03 - Rwanda / Papua New Guinea

Notes of:

Maple Syrup Hazelnut Tangerine Yuzu

Roast:

Rich, creamy and naturally sweet, this coffee is perfect for drinking all day long.
House Blend 05 - Colombia / Ethiopia

Notes of:

Blackberry Dark Chocolate Violet

Roast:

Medium brown in colour with more of a balance of acidity, flavour and aroma, medium roasted coffee has a richer consistency than light roast. It also doesn’t have the oily surface you’ll see in the darker roasts.
Decaffeinated 1

Notes of:

Caramel Milk Chocolate Praline

Roast:

Rich, creamy and naturally sweet, this decaf coffee is perfect for drinking all day long.
Single Origin 3 - Papua New Guinea

Notes of:

Dates Milk Chocolate Raspberry

Roast:

Lightly roasted beans aren't oily on the surface and is lighter brown in colour which is why it’s sometimes called cinnamon roast. This makes for a thin, mild cup of coffee. If you like coffee with fragrant and fruity flavors, you’ll find it among the light roasted coffees.
Single Origin 2 - Colombia

Notes of:

Blackberry Jam Treacle Walnut

Roast:

Medium roasted beans are a darker shade of brown than light roast, and should have a uniform warm colour with no black. There should be no oil visible on the surface, though they may appear shinier than a light roast.
House Blend 04 - Brazil / Peru

Notes of:

Biscuit Blackberry Dates Raisin Toffee

Roast:

Medium brown in colour with more of a balance of acidity, flavour and aroma, medium roasted coffee has a richer consistency than light roast. It also doesn’t have the oily surface you’ll see in the darker roasts.

Coffee By Flavour Notes