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A house blend of ground coffee beans, our Rich and Reviving coffee is a dark roast, resulting in a strong, full bodied coffee with a deep, slightly bitter flavour.
The longer roast time gives the coffee beans a dark colour and stronger flavour. This blend of ground coffee beans have a slightly bitter, dark chocolate intensity with a hint of toasted hazelnuts.
The caffeine in the coffee will make you feel more energised and can boost your metabolism. Coffee beans contain vitamins, many of which make their way to the brewed cup.
The dark roast also results in the coffee beans releasing more caffeine; so enjoy this blend when you need a big dose of energy.
Only the finest beans from around the world make their way into our coffees. Each bag is filled with hand-roasted coffee beans. Our coffee Gurus use their experience and knowledge of the artisan coffee industry to guarantee a perfect roast every time.
Based on the edge of Exmoor and on Somerset’s coastline, we take inspiration from our beautiful surroundings to create a cup of coffee that embodies a little escape, evoking memories of a holiday in the West Country, with each sip. Our attention to detail and experience ensures a consistent, flavourful coffee that will see you constantly topping up your mug.
Central American Coffee Beans
For use in a Cafetiere or French Press, Stove Pot, Pour and Serve, Aeropress, Woodneck, Syphon, V60.
For cafetieres: Allow one dessert spoon per cup. Pour on freshly boiled water and leave to stand for up to 4 minutes. Gently push the plunger down, pour and enjoy. For filter machines: Always follow the equipment manufacturer's guidelines.
Miles’ Rich and Reviving coffee is available in a 227g bag of ground coffee and 40 individual sachets of ground coffee. You can also buy Rich and Reviving whole coffee beans in a 227g bag or a 1kg bag.
Serve this blend after dinner, if you are entertaining guests, with a sweet amaretti biscuit.
To maintain the aroma and flavour of your coffee, make sure you store your coffee beans in an airtight container – a tin is better than plastic, or seal up the packaging it arrives in. Once opened, keep your coffee in a fairly cool, dry place for up to two weeks.
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