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The Best Decaf Coffee We've Ever Tasted
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*We were never really fans of decaffeinated coffee until we found this amazing Mexican bean a few years ago. Every other decaf coffee we ever tried wasn't nearly as good; they just couldn't compete with regular coffee. So why is Decaf Dream so good? We're not really sure, to be perfectly honest. We think it's just a happy accident of terroir, treatment and natural selection. The coffee is grown at high elevation (like very many great coffees), it isn't harvested any differently and we don't really treat it very differently in the roaster, but the results are just amazing. After a fairly straightforward medium roast at medium to low temperature, it tastes just like a top grade bean with full caffeine, it has great length, the mouth feel is terrific and it even has a great crema from an espresso machine. It's a real find and it has opened our eyes to how good a decaf coffee can be. Now, we drink it late at night and we especially love it with a drop of Baileys, brandy or even a nip of whiskey after dinner.*Discount is applied in the shopping cart.
Great Rich Coffee Blend, Best With Milk
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*The base notes of the Cafe Supremo blend are best described as rich and chocolatey; unsurprising, given the fine quality Brazilian origins of its main component. The complexity in the body and the length of the finish are provided by selected high grown beans from Nicaragua and Ethiopia. These beans that give the coffee its unique accents and rich mouth-feel are roasted a few degrees lower than most beans, and cooled immediately to enhance and lock the flavour in. All in all, Cafe Supremo is a great blend of finest grade coffee beans for milk-based coffee in particular, although it works fine as espresso on its own.*Discount is applied in the shopping cart.
Sweet, smooth and strong, gourmet coffee blend
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*Sweet Sorrento won two gold stars in the 2018 Great Taste Awards. The judge's commentary was:“Lovely crema and very light, silky and refined without milk. Add the milk and the caramel sweetness sits on your tongue giving warm chocolate notes. A silky tongue filler.”Sweet Sorrento is smooth and sweet with a pleasing bite in the finish. On the nose it is smooth, rich and sweet but in the cup, the smoothness is complimented by a subtle caffeine kick towards the end. The bite comes late in the taste notes, adding considerable length to the finish and letting the flavour linger in your mouth for a few seconds longer. Despite its smooth taste, Sweet Sorrento is relatively strong in caffeine, making it a very versatile blend, ideal as either a morning or evening coffee.
Rich, dark gourmet coffee
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*Our French Roast coffee is not as dark in colour as some French blends but it has all the big flavour and aroma you would expect from a French roast, with a subtlety in the finish that you just don't get from other roasters. We generally don't dark-roast coffee at all. To our thinking, it is far too simplistic to let the roaster run on for a few minutes longer or to crank the temperature up a notch after the first bean crack. This will give you the distinctive taste of a classic French blend all right, but it destroys all the subtleties in flavour and the underlying taste notes that really make coffee such a pleasure. Dark-roasting or over-roasting can hide some flaws in poor quality or mediocre beans, this is why it's so commonplace, but it can also damage the delicate flavours and the wonderful complexities of great coffee. Our French Blend coffee is every bit as strong and as rich as any French blend on the market, but with more sophistication and intensity of flavour than any dark-roasted blend. We guarantee it. 100% Arabica.
Clean and bright with zero bitterness
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*If you like your coffee clean and sweet with a bright tang and enough acidity to give it a decent bite, Tiger Paw is the blend for you. The Strictly High Grown (SHG) Yirgacheffe beans respond best to a medium roast which protects the high tone and complexity of the coffee. It's great to drink either with milk or without. Tiger Paw is very versatile in how it can be brewed and it lends itself particularly well to brewing in a French press or pour over but you should give it about a minute longer to brew than normal to get the most out of it. Also, paper filters can tend to pull the finest notes of the volatile coffee oils out of this blend so avoid if you can. Enjoy. It's a real treat.
A Gift Card for your favourite coffee lover.
Give them them pleasure of choosing for themselves.For coffee lovers, the whole process of choosing a coffee and deciding what beans you'll order is part of the pleasure of getting your hands on great coffee. Knowing what you've ordered, looking forward to what's coming and anticipating the delivery can be very enjoyable. Give someone in your life the pleasure of great coffee. Give them a Dreambeans Gift Card and let them choose for themselves. They'll love you for it.The Dreambeans Gift Card generates a unique code which is sent to the email address provided. You can enter the lucky recipient's email address and they will receive the code immediately by email, or you can enter your own email address and simply give the recipient the code in person or post it to them in a greeting card. All they have to do is enter the code in the box provided during checkout. The recipient doesn't have to spend it all at once. The amount they spend will be deducted from the total and the balance will be available the next time they want to buy coffee.
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*.Jaggy Loko is a very special coffee. Don't take our word for it, the judges at the Great Taste Awards, the most prestigious of all coffee awards gave it two gold stars in 2019, saying:"Good looking beans, individual varieties seem to have been roasted separately. We tasted it as espresso then with milk and the rich fruitiness is suddenly developed. Such a good chocolatey, malted biscuit finish. You set out to create a great flat white and that's exactly what you've done."The inspiration for Jaggy Loko came when we found its primary constituent, a lovely rich dark Colombian with the longest finish we’ve seen in a long time. A broker from The Hague tipped us off to a small consignment and we snapped it up straight away. We have since secured a regular supply of this lovely bean. We rounded out the top notes with a very smooth Sumatran Mandheling to counteract its tendency towards astringency and added some big high-grown Brazilian beans to make it more amenable to milk. Touches of Honduran and Mexican Arabicas complete the picture.
Rich smoothness with complex finish
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*The backbone origin of this blend is a lovely Colombian Bourbon which gives the coffee its amazing smoothness and the earthy nuttiness in the initial flavour. The rich intensity of a small quantity of darker roasted Honduran beans kicks in then, filling your mouth with a more complex fruity sensation with a satisfying bite (but no bitterness). This evens out to reveal the rich carbonised coffee notes in the finish. Bourbon Manizales is great black, as an espresso or Americano but the Brazilian Daterra, the third element in the blend really lends itself to milk, opening up the flavour and allowing the milk proteins to bring it all together.
Beautiful balance with decent bite and citrus topnotes
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*The backbone of this coffee is a beautiful strictly high grown (SHG) bean grown high in the mountains of Segovia, Nicuaragua. These bright, hard beans create a delicious citrus fruity topnote that softens into an almond-nougat sweetness in the finish. The smoothness of High Segovia is typical of these slow growing beans from the high altitudes of the Dipilto mountains but the crisp acidity of this batch is untypical. This acidity gives the coffee a very satisfying bite and kick, without ever crossing the line into bitterness. We added a very good Brazillian Daterra to this blend, to open up the flavour profile and allow it to cut through the creaminess if you drink it with milk.
Full-bodied coffee with an upfront burst of flavour.
Not just for sea-swimmers!
Mix and match any 4 bags of coffee and pay for only 3*As the water got colder and the winds grew sharper, we soon started demanding more than just great taste from our post-swim coffee. We needed something with enough of a caffeine kick to get us moving again before our fingers and toes fell off and we needed something with an immediate burst of flavour to cut through the salt and get our taste buds working again. We also wanted a coffee we could drink either with milk or without, because some days heating up milk to bring in a flask is too much hassle and we need all the heat we can get so we never use cold milk after a swim.Nothing delivers base strength and silky smoothness like strictly high grown Mandheling beans from Sumatra so this was a great starting point. We added some beautiful clean, bright, Yirgacheffe beans from Ethiopia to give the coffee more bite and to bring the flavour forward in the profile. A Segovian from Nicaragua complimented the length and added some sweetness in the finish without crowding out the Mandheling. A final seven percent of our favourite Brazilian brought the whole thing home. It's terrific coffee and it's great anywhere.