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COFFEE

Coffee, buy coffee online, Lincoln, UK | Imperial Teas

In preparing our range of coffees we have selected only the cream of the crop from each country. They are chosen for their quality and unique characteristics, which are linked directly to their growing conditions and equally importantly the way they are farmed.
Special thanks should go to these farmers whose artistry in their field has enabled us to enjoy these true coffee delights. Like their wine producing counterparts, creating the equivalent of a 'Grand Cru' is a painstaking achievement of which they are justifiably proud, especially in a market where general standards of quality are declining due to unsustainable low prices.
We roast all our coffee in the shop in our small batch roaster, so we can give careful attention to each varieties' optimum roast. This enables us to bring out the unique characteristics that our coffees are prized for. It also means you get to try them truly fresh.
We offer the following flavour notes as a guide but the best way to find out what they are like is to try them! We feel the best way to appreciate most of our coffees is in a cafetiere or filter but we have also stated those coffees suitable for making espresso or cappuccino.
We sell as little as 100g, which can be ground to suit your requirements. For fresher coffee still, invest in a good grinder, this makes even more difference. As always for any further advice or to order please ring us on 01522 560008. Have fun!

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  1. Honduras Santa Rosa

    Honduras Santa Rosa

    This coffee is sweet, clean, with floral, bright citrus notes. It has qualities of dark chocolate and caramel in a mild, delicate cup favoured by connoisseurs. Learn More
    £3.00 per 100g

    Earn 3 loyalty points.

  2. Guadeloupe Bonifieur

    Guadeloupe Bonifieur

    Delicate, slightly fruity, finely acidic, well balanced and full bodied like a fine vintage wine! Grown at an altitude of 300-400 meters under the shade of banana plants on the mountain side of an active volcano La Soufrière, one of the biggest mountains of the Caribbean.The name Bonifieur comes from the French word meaning ‘to improve’. It earned the name Guadeloupe Bonifieur because of its high quality and great taste. Connoisseurs consider it one of the best coffees in the world and it is also one of rarest. Learn More
    £15.00 per 100g

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  3. Nepal Mt. Everest Supreme

    Nepal Mt. Everest Supreme

    Mount Everest Supreme has a very mild acidity, a light body and a soft smooth flavour. Coffee crops in Nepal were introduced in 1994. The coffee trees used for this plantation come from Papua New Guinea, which originally came from its Blue Moun- tains. Although the Himalaya Mountains are more famous for tea cropping, coffee was planted in order to get an uncommon and exceptionnal coffee. It is the northernmost coffee grown in the world. Indeed, Mount Everest Supreme is cultivated at 2200 - 2400 feet above sea level in the South of the Mount Ganesh Himal Mountain Range. The plantation is located 75 km North of the capital Kathmandu. Mount Everest Supreme is certified organic: organic methods are a priority on this plantation. This coffee also has a limited availability as it is only grown on 100 hectares. Learn More
    £11.50 per 100g

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  4. Inca Gold Decaffeinated

    Inca Gold Decaffeinated

    Like our regular Colombian coffee this offers a fine bodied, refreshing, smooth, sweetish liquor, with all the complexities of the real thing. Ideal for a satisfying all day (and night!) cup. This coffee is decaffeinated using a natural method. The most common form of decaffeination using a solvent is believed to have adverse effects both on health and the ozone layer. Learn More
    £4.20 per 100g

    Earn 5 loyalty points.

  5. Colombian Inca Dark Decaffeinated

    Inca Dark Decaffeinated

    This coffee is decaffeinated using the natural CO2 method. The most common form of decaffeination using a solvent is believed to have adverse effects both on health and the ozone layer. This bean has good body and gives a smooth, slightly sweet cup with all the complexities of the real thing. It makes an amazing espresso coffee. Learn More
    £4.20 per 100g

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  6. Aged Java Black Pearl

    Aged Java Black Pearl

    Complex, refined body, sweet, spicy, earthy aromas. Interesting espresso base.

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    £3.60 per 100g

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  7. Brazilian Espresso de Sol

    Brazilian Espresso de Sol

    Our prize-winning Brazilian is roasted to perfection for espresso giving a sweet, syrupy cup with lots of interesting nuances. Full bodied, intense liquor with fruity cocoa notes that linger.

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    £3.80 per 100g

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  8. Brazilian Espirito de Sol TM

    Brazilian Espirito de Sol

    Most Brazilian coffee ends up in cheap blends in supermarkets around the world. It is grown for maximum yield with little if any concern for quality. It is with pleasure therefore that we bring you an exception to this rule. A small number of growers and exporters have decided to try and produce coffee worthy of the name speciality; and to this end hold the yearly 'Cup of Excellence' to encourage more farmers to raise their standards. With a new approach to growing and processing they have been able to unlock hitherto unknown qualities of flavour, body and aroma. This coffee yields a fruitiness and complexity matched by great body and aroma that hints at black cherries with a zesty, almond like aftertaste. Learn More
    £3.80 per 100g

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  9. Spiced Orange

    Spiced Orange

    One of our single origin coffees gently flavoured with a nuance of natural orange and cinnamon to complement the smooth, chocolatey coffee character.

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    £3.50 per 100g

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