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Medium Roasted Coffee

Medium roasted coffee, Blue Mountain coffee | Imperial Teas

We roast all of our coffees in the shop, which allows us to bring out the individual characteristics of each type on offer by varying the length of the roast. Medium roast, which covers a spectrum of colours, allows the best balance to be found between body, aroma and fruity acidity. The characteristics of the world's best arabicas. Whilst these coffees exhibit great differences in body, flavour and aroma they are typically known as 'mild' coffees. For those that like a stronger style of coffee please see our selection of darker roasted coffees. 

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  1. Salvador Cloud Forest TM

    Salvador Cloud Forest TM

    This plantation’s outstanding coffee was a winner of the Cup of Excellence competition. It is easy to understand why, given its delicate, sweet, chocolate taste, divine aroma and lively body. We have continued to buy this coffee year after year and are always pleased to see it win a place in the annual 'Cup of Excellence'. This means the farmers pursuit of excellence is rewarded with a premium many, many times larger than any fairtrade scheme can deliver.

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    £3.00 per 100g

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  2. Mexican Aztec Liquidambar TM

    Mexican Aztec Liquidambar TM

    This is rightfully considered Mexico’s best coffee. It is perfect for all day drinking with its mellow body, refreshing liquor, lively fragrance and satisfyingly nutty flavour.

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    £3.00 per 100g

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  3. Rwanda Inzovu Cup of Excellence

    Rwanda Inzovu Cup of Excellence

    This offered lot comes from a Rwandan exporter whom recently participated in the Cup of Excellence taking 4 of the top 10 positions including numbers 1 and 2! This coffee was picked from those same very estates. Sweet and clean, with a bright acidity and subtle floral notes. Learn More
    £3.50 per 100g

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  4. Colombian Inca Gold TM

    Colombian Inca Gold TM

    The finest coffee from Colombia has a rich body, heady aroma, distinctive character and lingering, fruity aftertaste. We buy this coffee at a premium well above fair trade rates to support the farmer whose efforts have created one of the world’s finest coffees with a rich, fruity and nutty character. The coffee in the cup has a big, chocolatey feel, being deep and silky.

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  5. Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu

    Costa Rica Dota Tarrazu

    Tarrazu produces some of the highest quality coffee in the world. This coffee from the Dota Pastora plantation has everything a great coffee needs in its complexity. Famed for its fine, chocolate truffle like quality, on its own a divine feature, it offers many other flavours and fragrances as noted in the SCAA cupping notes at competition. These include: sweet chocolatey aroma, soft berry notes, piquant acidity, smooth rich body, long pleasant aftertaste. A clean cup whose marked brown sugar sweetness balances well against its citrus acidity. Some good notes of marzipan and demerara sugar and a coating mouthfeel with a sweet black cherry aroma. Learn More
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  6. Guatemalan Pastoral Antigua

    Guatemalan Pastoral Antigua

    The Antigua district produces one of the world's best coffees on the slopes of Mount Volcan. The handful of estates are dedicated to growing the best tasting coffee possible on the old Bourbon strain of bush, with Pastoral the most distinguished. This truly unique coffee is grown on trees up to 25ft high. The beans are dried naturally in the sun and remarkably, because the cherries have been picked so precisely, aside from hulling, need no further processing. The character of this coffee is unmistakeable, it has a deep body, glorious acidity and a complex, spicy, chocolate flavour. The aroma is chocolatey with a hint of lemony, fresh milled pepper. Learn More
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  7. Santo Domingo Golden Mountain

    Santo Domingo Golden Mountain

    An exceptionally smooth single plantation coffee whose quality makes it easy to see why it is often used as a substitute for Jamaica Blue. It has a light body but is sweet, full flavoured, exhibits vanilla like nuances with an elegant, zesty acidity.

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    £3.60 per 100g

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  8. Tanzanian Kibo Chagga

    Tanzanian Kibo Chagga

    This incredibly popular coffee grown by the Wa Chagga people who live on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro is washed in the glacier streams and dried in the pure mountain air. Japanese and German buyers will pay a heavy premium for this flowery, full flavoured yet delicate coffee with its pointed acidity and clean taste. As a result this fulfilling drink is very difficult to obtain in the U.K. When you get it, covet it!

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    £3.70 per 100g

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  9. Papua Bird of Paradise

    Papua Bird of Paradise

    This very popular coffee is from the island’s rainforest. It is perfectly smooth with a balanced richness and just the right amount of delicious orangey acidity. Finished off with a fresh spicy aroma.Because of an ideal growing environment and intense quality control, Sigri plantation, established in the 1950’s, produces some of the finest Arabica coffee in Papua New Guinea. Cherry coffee is hand-picked and carefully checked for uniformity & ripeness in the field, and then pulped on the same day. The fermentation process takes place over the next three days. However, unlike most other coffees, the Sigri process finishes with total immersion in water for another day. Sun drying further enhances the coffee and, unlike many others, all Sigri coffee is 100% sun dried. Careful conditioning, hulling, grading, and hand sorting are the next steps. A final hand sort before packing, produces the finest green bean for which Sigri is renowned. All plantings are exclusively Arabica, concentrating on the Arusha and Typica varieties, which produce a finer coffee than others in Papua New Guinea. Carpenters has always been an advocate of shade coffee, not only from an agronomic point of view, but also because shade encourages fauna which assists in pest control and has environmental advantages. At Sigri, strict rules on fauna protection create a sanctuary for many threatened species.

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    £3.90 per 100g

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