Broadoak Coffee
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On 28th December 2020 we successfully raised £29 with 4 supporters in 56 days

Delivering delicious coffee this Christmas!

by Broadoak Coffee in Bridport, England, United Kingdom

We are a small batch speciality coffee roaster - based just outside of Bridport, Dorset in the village of Broadoak. We roast our coffees lightly to help highlight their inherent characteristics, whether it be the crisp apple-like acidity of a Kenyan coffee or the more familiar chocolatey sweetness of a Brazilian coffee we are always focused on providing you with freshly roasted, delicious coffee for you to enjoy. 

We would always recommend freshly ground as the best way to enjoy your coffee and for it to stay the freshest for the longest, however we are also able to offer ground coffee if needed.

Thanks for your support!

  

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Rewards

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£7 or more

Huehuetenango - Guatemala 250g

This washed Guatemalan coffee is grown by all female members of ASPROCDEGUA and is certified as both organic and fairtrade. It has a classic Raspberry-like brightness you would expect from a Guatemalan coffee with a lovely caramel sweetness - perfect as a breakfast coffee or an easy all-day go-to coffee!

£8 or more

Kewo - Ethiopia 250g

This organic, naturally processed Ethiopian coffee is named after the Kewo block of the Tega & Tula coffee farms, just outside Tega village in the district of Gibo, Kaffa.

£9 or more

Wushwush - Ethiopia 250g

Taking its name from a coffee variety, Wushwush, this washed coffee is from the Tega location of the Tega & Tula farm in the Kaffa region of Ethiopia. The farm is certified organic and we have selected this coffee for its bright, delicate sweetness, reminiscent of crisp apple and blossom honey.

£9 or more

Gicherori - Kenya 250g

This washed process coffee delivers our favourite characteristics of Kenyan coffees - bright acidity, with crisp, clean sweetness. Also typical of Kenya coffees, this coffee is grown by smallholders who deliver their coffee cherries to the Gicherori factory where it is sorted and processed.

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