In April we are celebrating the happiest season with coffees that have distinct floral flavours - orange blossom, rose, chamomile & jasmine and much more. Each coffee has a different story to tell, whether it’s a unique variety or an interesting process..and the results bring amazing floral notes out in a delightful way. Put springtime in your coffee cup with us!
The orange blossom is the fragrant flower of the Citrus sinensis. It is traditionally associated with good fortune and joy!
Roses have a wide range of complicated fragrance and it instils both an essence of calm and a feeling of raised spirits.
Chamomile was an important medicinal herb in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome and it's promoted for sleeplessness & anxiety.
The name 'Jasmine' is derived from the Persian word 'yasmin', which means 'gift from God'. It typically has a sweet & fragrance taste.
Giacomo & Piertro Vannelli, two Italian brothers with a passion for excellent coffee and a knack for winning competitions. We love working with them and with Vannelli you know you’ll get a coffee brimming with floral notes because it’s what they love. This time we get a coffee with sublime orange blossom flavours and a reminder of what Ethiopian delicacy brings.
Another roaster we’ve featured before and with good reason because ever since the first time I tried Meron, they have been creating beautiful coffees. They also have a particular talent for finding really unique floral notes, for Meron, florals underpin the coffee experience. We are excited to have for the first time a Yemeni coffee and has rose flavour notes that will delight you.
Old Spike Roastery
(London, United Kingdom)
South London’s Old Spike Roastery have been on our radar for many years so I’m really pleased to finally have them in our set. Burundi coffee is typically fruit forward but we've found a very exclusive one because it has a gentle chamomile note. An almost soothing & calming coffee you'll want to drink any time of the day, yum!
Black Coffee Roasters
All the way from Slovakia, Black Coffee Roasters like to do things a bit differently and the coffee they’ve given us is certainly that! An Ethiopian coffee plant grown in Colombia, this experiment has yielded very interesting jasmine notes. The richness of the South American soil with the heritage of Africa in the beans’ DNA-It's these types of experiments that we get excited about!