This fruity coffee with deep toffee tones is a blend of beans from Peru, Honduras
It’s an all-day, any-time kind of coffee with a taste that seems to appeal to everyone – making it ideal for sharing.
Even better, it’s certified organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance.
“I knew I wanted a coffee that was as organic and ethical as it could possibly be, and that was the starting point for Krafty.
I also wanted a coffee that would appeal across the board – an ‘easy drinker’, if you like.
We tried exactly the same blend as a lighter roast, but the sugars didn’t come out; it didn’t work until we
Peruvian coffee tends to be very chocolatey in flavour, while high-grown Ethiopian coffee is inherently citrussy, with an almost wine-like taste.
The Peruvian beans come from a female-only co-operative, Café Feminino, which is part of a larger foundation working to improve women’s lives in coffee-producing countries around the globe.
Medium roasting brings out the warming flavours of this fabulous coffee.
It’s wonderful with or without milk as it’s beautifully well rounded, with a toffee-like sweetness and bright, crisp fruity flavours.