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We all know that the best way to start your day is with truly good coffee. It's something to get out of bed for every morning. There's no right way to make your perfect cup of joe, but here are a few tips from us.

GET SOME GOOD COFFEE

Next time you buy some beans, look out for these:

QUALITY

Look out for ‘speciality coffee’, this means it's been nurtured with care and attention to deliberately create great flavours. Coffee is scored on it's quality out of 100.  80+/100 is speciality coffee. Speciality coffee is better for you, the planet, and the famers' pocket. 

ORIGIN

Everything that’s ever happened to the bean shapes it’s character, including where it’s grown. Single origin coffee comes from one farm or region. Take our coffee for instance: it's from the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala and has fruity notes.

ROAST

This is how long the beans have been 'cooked' for. Most speciality coffees are medium to light roast, which we prefer because that keeps more of the subtle flavours. The type of roast has little effect on the level of caffeine. If you're looking for a kick, just add more coffee!

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CHOOSE YOUR METHOD

How you brew your coffee determines what you'll taste. There's no right or wrong, it's whatever you prefer. Just remember that the coffee needs to be ground to the right size for your chosen method. This will ensure you get the most out of all those wonderful flavours.

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CAFÈTIERE

Call it what you want – it’s simple, no faff and reliable. A great place to start.

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Enough reading. Get some beans and get brewing!

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GUATEMALA SUNRISE

As well as that distinct coffee taste,  speciality coffees have subtle flavours that define their character.

This one has notes of:
Strawberry | Cherry | Red Grape

Single Origin

Diana and Hector Ovalle have had a long history with coffee. Since the early 1800’s their family has been producing coffee in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala and have been striving for quality ever since taking over. 

Quality Score* 86.25

*This is it's overall score out of 100 - anything equal or above 80 is classed as speciality coffee