Coffee blends - FAQs
It’s a coffee made up of coffee beans from multiple geographic locations, such as a specific farm or region but it can also refer to different types of coffee beans. Normally a coffee blend is from two or three different coffees, as more than this quantity is difficult to blend in the right proportion.
A blend of coffee offers a variety of flavour profiles that can be created by combining different beans and it can be replicated consistently along the time. This allows for a wide range of options for coffee lovers to enjoy.
To determine which coffee blend is best suited for your brewing method, it is recommended to review the specific information provided on the chosen coffee. This information includes details about the coffee flavour profile, origin, roast level and recommended brewing method.
Our coffee blends are aimed to please those consumers who demand a flavour profile that is repeatable and consistent throughout the year. A coffee drinker knows that he can always find their favourite blend, while single origin coffees are seasonal, one off, and produced by small farms. These are more adventurous, each one is unique and provide a very unrepeatable journey of different flavours and textures.