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The Espresso is a seasonally sourced blend of coffees from different increasing locations. It's a homage to the variety of espresso we like to drink and is realised through a cautious assortment of the best beans from the current crop. We roast this blend fairly mild (compared with "classic" espresso), which allows the intrinsic qualities of the beans to glow without being overpowered by "roasty" or "smoky" notes.
For us a wonderful espresso is sweet, well balanced and has notes of chocolate and fruit. This was our transient when we established out to generate The Espresso, and we believe we've nailed it. A medium acidity leads in to notes of ripe fruit, specifically blueberry and orange blossom. This is well balanced with a wealthy, rounded, cocoa entire body and a enjoyable, lingering finish.
Roastworks are a modest family members run organization primarily based in Devon, who attempt to bring the finest good quality fresh coffee to the broader marketplace. They do this by individually sourcing the best beans from farms and producers around the globe, and reward them by paying a reasonable value although developing a sustainable and extended-term partnership with them. They then freshly roast in modest batches, with 1 basic intention to highlight the intrinsic qualities of each bean and to not taint the coffee in any way. To do this they use some of the best roasting machines in the industry as effectively as some really intelligent information gathering gizmos to make positive we know exactly what is actually heading on inside of the roasting drum so we can accurately repeat the best roast.