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The CafeDirect London Fields Honduras Beans is a speciality small-batch roast coffee - also available in 200g bags.
100% Arabica, 100% Fairtrde/Organic & 100% Delicious - Strength 3.
Save £7.95 and receive free next day delivery when you buy a case of 6x1kg (subject to availability).
With hints of caramel & notes of praline. This speciality coffee has a delightfully smooth, sweet & nutty taste. Well rounded and great for any occasion. Buy in a single 1kg bag or in a case of 6x1kg for free delivery and a discount.
The London Fields Honduras coffee is an Arabica single-origin coffee from the La Paz region, famous for growing premium coffee in South Honduras.
CafeDirect source this excellent tasting coffee from COMSA Co-operative, founded in 2001 when only 69 farmers were working in difficult conditions due to the lack of infrastructure.
Over the years, a lot of investment has gone into the training of organic farming practice, resulting in the co-operative now extending to over 1,200 farmers producing premium organic speciality coffee in these fertile soils.
Shoppers have been looking for a speciality coffee that tastes amazing but has real depth when it comes to ethics & sustainability. Cafedirect has lead the way with Fairtrade and Organic coffee for years. So it comes as no surprise to see the release of their London Fields Roastery Range.
With the opening of their new Roastery in London. Cafedirect now has control over the entire process meaning not only can the taste of the roast be fine-tuned to ensure maximum potential is extracted from the beans, it also means that from field-to-cup the whole journey is managed to give the farmers the best possible yield from their labour.
Certified Fairtrade is not only why this coffee is a must buy. It's organic too, as classified by the Soil Association. Buying into coffee from Cafedirect is not only obtaining some of the best coffee available, roasted by experts it is a conscious decision to create a fairer world.