The North Yorkshire Coast is a stunning part of the world and we consider ourselves very lucky to be based here. But beauty can be deceptive, and the immense strength of the North Sea can be somewhat volatile. The RNLI has a huge impact on our community, and we are inspired and humbled by the bravery and dedication of its volunteers across the country. That’s why we have worked with the RNLI to develop Coxswain blend, and why we donate £1 to this fantastic charity for every pack sold.
Santos Brazils – Grown at altitudes of 2,000 to 4,000 ft above sea level, our high grade Brazil Santos is relatively low in acidity, rounded, sweet and well nuanced. The cherries are dry processed (dried inside the fruit) to retain some of the fruit for the cup.
Colombia Supremo – Supremo refers to the size of the coffee bean. This is the largest bean that Colombia produces. Grown at altitudes of between 5905 and 6560 ft above sea level in the Antioquia and Huila districts, the rainfall, cloud cover and soil conditions are ideal. A cool mountainous climate prolongs the development of the Popayán's coffee cherry, deepening the berry flavour absorbed by the bean, which is accentuated during the fermentation stage when the defruited bean is wet processed.