A sweet, juicy and fruity blend of light roasted arabica Triple Certified coffees
You’ll love this wonderfully light and fruity and blend which is carefully constructed from three different coffees - an Organic coffee from Guatemala, a Fairtrade coffee from Brazil and last but not least a Rainforest Alliance coffee from Costa Rica.
A light roast, crisp and juicy body with notes of cranberries, ripe sloe berries and hibiscus. Bright acidity and a long, succulent sweet toffee finish. A sweet, juicy and refreshing taste of the Americas in a cup. Get some.
This coffee is roasted using the Eco Roast method. Used coffee grounds which are rich in energy and normally end up in landfill, are collected and turned into biofuel which in turn is used to roast fresh batches of coffee. This is a zero-waste solution which enables you to enjoy freshly roasted coffee that has actually helped to reduce waste and carbon emissions, for a more sustainable future.
Roast Profile:Light Roast
Region:Central & South America
I've been drinking instant coffee most of my life and wanted to try some 'proper' coffee, but where to start?? I saw Brewbirds advert and decided to investigate! After getting recommendations from Tim I ordered American Light for me and Malawi Single Origin for my partner. The American Light is perfect for me...not too strong. I normally have coffee with half hot milk and half water, but it was perfect just with a splash of milk. A gorgeous coffee taste, with no bitter aftertaste that I usually get from coffee. We've not tried the Malawi yet. My next step is going to be getting a proper coffee machine. I'd recommend this company...I know nothing about coffee and all my questions were answered no problem. It's also a bonus knowing you are supporting a new business. I'll definitely be reordering ☕👌🏼
Justine Brownlow | Bolton | June 2021
Lighter doesn’t mean less taste!
When people order coffee, they seem to want the strongest or the most caffeinated. This doesn’t have to be the case. This light blend is still super tasty!
Jenna Saville | Manchester | March 2021