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1690 Blend Beans

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This 1690 Wholebean coffee originates in Honduras and Guatamala. Using 8gms of finely ground coffee, you will get an exceptional espresso, or grind a little coarser for top quality filter, cafetiere or Aeropress brews.

This hand picked coffee is processed through the wet method. Red ripe cherry is harvested from the fields. This is then disc-pulped immediately (within 6-8 hours of harvest) and fermented to break down the mucilge. When fermentation is complete, the parchment is washed with clean water, graded and spread onto raised beds for drying. While sun drying, all defective beans are removed by hand.

1690 Freshground

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This 1690 Freshground coffee originates in Honduras and Guatamala. Using 8gms of finely ground coffee, you will get an exceptional espresso, or grind a little coarser for top quality filter, cafetiere or Aeropress brews.

This hand picked coffee is processed through the wet method. Red ripe cherry is harvested from the fields. This is then disc-pulped immediately (within 6-8 hours of harvest) and fermented to break down the mucilge. When fermentation is complete, the parchment is washed with clean water, graded and spread onto raised beds for drying. While sun drying, all defective beans are removed by hand.

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Aikenhead’s Freshground

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Aikenhead Freshground Coffee orignates in Brazil, Colombia and Costa Rica and has slight citrus notes. Use one generous dessert spoon of coffee per cup you plan to make in a cafetiere, a home percolator or an Aeropress. Strength 4 out of 5.

Centenary Blend Freshground

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This coffee comes from Brazil Sumatra and Malawi for a unique caramel and chocolate sweetness, followed by a satisfying, long lasting, syrupy finish.

In 1690, Coffee House Lane, adjacent to the then busy trading port of Waterford, boasted what is long believed to be Ireland’s first ever coffee house. Green Coffee was traded at the port, then roasted, brewed and sold at John Aikenheads Coffee House, on what became Coffee House Lane of Waterford.

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