Whole Bean Espresso Coffee, Organic, Eat Your Hat (200g) | Abel & Cole

Whole Bean Espresso Coffee, Organic, Eat Your Hat (200g)

£4.50
(£2.25 per 100g)
Organic Vegan

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Like to grind it yourself? This fresh blend of organic Arabica and Robusta beans is medium-roasted, for a creamy, smooth cup every time. They’re swimming with the smooth scents of milk chocolate and peppy-peanut, and taste as fresh as you can get without growing the beans yourself.

Like all of Eat Your Hat’s coffees, this bold brew is tailored to go down perfectly with their very own organic chocs. Try this one with their zingy Brazilian mandarin dark chocolate.

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Producer

In their own words, Eat Your Hat are “on a mission to magic dreams into truths, to siphon fuel into FairTrade’s tanks and to encourage a fair bit of hat-eatery along the way.”

They do that by making organic chocolate and coffee using sustainably-grown and ethically-sourced ingredients. They know just what they’re doing too, because Eat Your Hat are the brainchild of Traidcraft; pioneers of the fair-trade movement in the UK since 1979. That’s forty whole years of experience producing incredible food the right way, with respect to the people who make it all possible and the Earth we share.

Ingredients & allergens

100% Arabica & Robusta Coffee*

*= produced to organic standards

Storage & prep

Once opened, squeeze the air out of the bag, wrap it tightly around the remaining coffee and put into an airtight container. Store somewhere cool and dry - and brew within two weeks of opening.

As a general measure, once ground use about 15g (1 tablespoon) of coffee per 250ml cup. But you may like it stronger, shorter, milkier, icier.

Packaging

Food contact material: Plastic (Not Currently Recycable or Compostable)
Contains BPA: No

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