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Medium Roasted Coffee

Medium roasted coffee, Blue Mountain coffee | Imperial Teas

We roast all of our coffees in the shop, which allows us to bring out the individual characteristics of each type on offer by varying the length of the roast. Medium roast, which covers a spectrum of colours, allows the best balance to be found between body, aroma and fruity acidity. The characteristics of the world's best arabicas. Whilst these coffees exhibit great differences in body, flavour and aroma they are typically known as 'mild' coffees. For those that like a stronger style of coffee please see our selection of darker roasted coffees. 

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  1. Vietnam Dragon Balls Coffee

    Vietnam Dragon Balls Coffee

    This special, premium robusta type coffee has a super thick liquor, dark chocolate body and flavour plus more than average caffeine! It has almost twice as much caffeine as the Arabica variety. Enjoyable in its pure form and useful to add a kick to your favourite espresso blend. Whilst Robusta coffees are not generally renowned for their fine flavour this treasure from Vietnam is a noticeable exception. It is particularly delicious when made with condensed milk. Our customers have really taken to this coffee and it is now among our most popular. It certainly lives up to its name! Artisan roasted in our 2kg micro-roaster. Learn More
    £7.00each

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  2. Guatemalan Quetzal Antigua Pulcal Coffee

    Guatemalan Quetzal Antigua Pulcal Coffee

    Hacienda Carmona has been managed by octogenarian, Maria Zelaya since 1959. The speciality of Carmona, grown in a section of the farm called Inteligente, is sold as Cafe Pulcal. It has long been considered the most complete tasting coffee in the world. Tasting notes from the Cup of Excellence competition include berry, tangerine, caramel, sweet spices, dark chocolate, lime, kiwi, butter, honey, caramelized sugar, plum, pineapple, melon, blackberry, cherry, and orange. We love its almost Nutella like quality and the hints of lemony, freshly milled pepper. The flavour is like chocolate, caramel and orange with a fig-like sweetness. Learn More
    £8.00each

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  3. Tanzania Tweega Majinja Coffee

    Tanzania Tweega Majinja Coffee

    Tanzania, like Kenya and Ethiopia, can produce some of the world’s most complex flavoured coffees in the world. This coffee bean at a medium roast reveals a clean and balanced cup, with big, syrupy body, bright, lively acidity and notes of apple juice, orange peel, butterscotch, caramel, dark chocolate, peach, flowers, sweet lemon, black tea, kiwi, cranberry, stone fruits, nectarine, plum, cranberry, blackberry, marzipan and vanilla. Sourced from the Majinja Farmer Group. Learn More
    £8.00each

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  4. Mexican Aztec Liquidambar Berilo Coffee

    Mexican Aztec Liquidambar Berilo Coffee

    This world-class coffee is blended from beans grown on the many organic estates in the Soconusco region of the Chiapas Highlands around Motozinta in Mexico. Cupping notes include dark chocolate, spice, nutmeg, lychee, malt, maraschino cherry, lemon, nuts and molasses. The farms are found at an altitude between 1,100 and 1,600 metres above sea level where each small producer carefully processes the cherries into parchment with strict quality control by their Cooperative. The Cooperative collects and purchases only the best quality parchment before delivering it to the company’s dry mill in Tapachula, Chiapas. Learn More
    £8.00each

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  5. Kenya Lion King Kisii Coffee

    Kenya Lion King Kisii Coffee

    No collection of coffee would be complete without a prizewinning offering from Kenya. Recently, coffee from this co-operative won the Specialty Coffee Association’s Blind Cupping Competition, scoring 98 out of 100. Some notes on the flavours when medium roasted included: Vibrant grape acidity, sugar cane sweetness, tropical fruit, pineapple, blackcurrant, mandarin, orange, nectarine, apricot, stone fruit, brown sugar, rhubarb, pink grapefruit, rose florals, lime, milk chocolate, nectarine, black tea, honey and fresh cherry. Our Kenya coffee is grown by the smallholder farmers of the Bisembe co-operative in Kisii County, a mountainous region of western Kenya famed for evergreen farms. Learn More
    £9.00each

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  6. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Sesota Coffee

    Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Sesota Coffee

    Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffees are famed for their beautiful fragrance. The coffee taster’s lexicon is used to it’s full in striving to describe some of the aromatics that are glimpsed in the coffee’s aroma, both roasted and brewed. One of perhaps the most unusual is that of black tea. Others include: tangerine, stone fruit, red currant, lime, raspberry lemonade, floral, lemon, sweet, lavender, jasmine, blueberry, blackberry, bergamot, apricot, almond, wildflowers. It might be a surprise to find that it still smells and tastes of coffee! The coffee grown in this lush, green, mountainous area at altitudes up to 8,000 feet is referred to as ‘garden coffee’ due to most of it being grown on small-holdings of less than 1 hectare producing something up to 5 sacks of coffee beans. Learn More
    £10.00each

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  7. Panama Valley of the Moon Coffee

    Panama Valley of the Moon Coffee

    This is produced on the Donna Antonia estate in the world famous Boquete region of Panama. Cupping notes include berry, papaya, soft citrus, bergamot, orange peel, vanilla, jasmine, cream, papaya, caramel, toasted almonds, sweet aftertaste. Artisan roasted in our 2kg micro-coffee roaster. Learn More
    £10.00each

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  8. Rwanda Gorilla Mountain Coffee

    Rwanda Gorilla Mountain Coffee

    As with other fine African coffees, the coffee taster’s lexicon is put to good use in describing the character. Notes of blackberry, baking spices, caramel, cranberry, raisins, berries, citrus, cream, lemon, strawberry, grapefruit, floral, cherry, vanilla, caramel, tangy orange, berry jam, lavender, honey, sweet black cherry and figs are described. Rwandan coffee is not mass produced as we know it in the west. It is known as the land of a thousand hills. Many farmers grow their produce on hillsides and within lush, untamed valleys on very smallholdings. Learn More
    £10.00each

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  9. Sumatran Tiger Mountain Coffee

    Sumatran Tiger Mountain Coffee

    This complex coffee is sourced from the Arinagata Cooperative, a collection serving 2,000+ small hold farmers who grow coffee in the Aceh rainforest at altitudes up to 5,500 feet. The co-op is an organic and Fairtrade certified Gayo Arabica coffee producer and exporter. The flavours in the cup are herbal, grapefruit, cherry, chocolate, walnut, white grape, vanilla, apricot and spice. It has a syrupy richness, exquisite flavour and the native volcanic soil gives it a rich, silky character. It is, deservedly, among the most famous coffees in the world. The Gayo 1 coffee varietal is unique to Indonesia. Learn More
    £10.00each

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