Coffee

The Wicked Coffee Company works with a selected producer and roaster to develop coffee to our own recipe and specification. Our biggest selling lines are our Great Taste award winning Fairtrade Italian Roast coffee beans and our Great Taste award winning Fairtrade Diavolo Blend coffee beans. If you want something a bit different, suiting the more artisan approach to coffee blending, why not try our Di Strada (‘of the street’) espresso beans?

Italian Roast

A dark roast of Arabica beans with a dollop of Robusta for strength. It has a mild aroma, with a hint of smokiness, while its taste is more distinctive with a soft body.
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A great tasting blend of Fairtrade beans from:
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Brazil

Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee beans. The Arabica beans from here are great for blending; one most worth mentioning is the Brazilian Bourbon Santos.

Nicaragua

Nicaraguan coffees are known for being some of the most balanced flavoured coffees from central America, providing a brisk, clean and crisp taste.

Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and home to some of the world’s most flavourful coffee beans. Although coffee grows wild throughout Ethiopia, it is also cultivated on plantations in the high plateaus. Some of the most flavourful plantation-grown Arabica beans come from a region called Sidamo and are known for their almost perfume-like aroma.

Uganda

Uganda has many coffee types; the one most worth mentioning is the Arabica coffee named Bugisu.

Diavolo

A smooth and balanced blend of chocolatey Mocha and Central American coffees with a touch of Robusta. Good body with a subtle caramel and butterscotch sweetness balanced with deep chocolate and citrus fruit notes.
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A great tasting blend of Fairtrade beans from:
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Brazil

Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee beans. The Arabica beans from here are great for blending, one most worth mentioning is the Brazilian Bourbon Santos.

Honduras

Light flavoured coffee with some acidity.

Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and home to some of the world’s most flavourful coffee beans. Although coffee grows wild throughout Ethiopia, it is also cultivated on plantations in the high plateaus. Some of the most flavourful plantation-grown Arabica beans come from a region called Sidamo, which are known for their almost perfume-like aroma.

Uganda

Uganda has many coffee types; the one most worth mentioning is the Arabica coffee Bugisu.

Di Strada

A full bodied cup with low acidity. There is a floral aroma with malty notes and a hint of roasted peanuts. Caramel and toffee notes come through when milk is added. There is a long and flavourful finish on the tongue.
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A great tasting blend of Fairtrade beans from:
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Brazil

Soft and nutty with low acid. It is the base for making this flavourful coffee because of its softness in the cup.

Tanzania

Tanzania coffee tends to be medium in body and is very soft and very clean in the cup. If you’re looking for a change, Tanzanian coffee is a rich and mellow treat.

Ethiopia

Adds soft, malt and floral sweet notes

Peru

Peruvian coffees are grown very high in the Andes Mountains. This exceptional altitude creates a coffee with bright effervescent snap, gentle sweetness, and nice medium body.

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Cafetière Coffees

We offer two bulk cafetière coffees in 1kg packs:

  • Fairtrade Colombian cafetière coffee
  • Decaffeinated Colombian cafetière coffee.

In addition we have a select range of cafetière coffee sachets (17g sachets for a 2/3 cup cafetière).

Columbian

One of the world’s favourites! Colombia’s Arabica coffees, produced in vast quantities, are full-bodied with a well-balanced flavour. Generally not as acidic as many others, Colombian coffees have a full body and sweet flavour.

Costa Rican
The best Costa Rican coffees are grown in the Tres Rios region of the country. These are full-bodied with excellent acidity and have a hint of smokiness.

Guatemalan
Guatemala’s high altitude and rich volcanic soil are ideal for producing top quality coffees. They generally have a relatively high degree of acidity and often taste of chocolate. Guatemalan is often found as a blend in a great number of coffees available in the United States. Coffees grown in the high mountains, such as Amatitlan and Antigua beans, have a light smoked flavour.

Mocha Java
The best Java coffee is grown on the far eastern end of the island on five estates established by the Dutch government. Blue Java coffees, processed by the so-called ‘washed’ (wet) method, have a deep blue-green colour. Blue Java coffee has hints of smoky bittersweet chocolate.

 

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Bulk Brew

We can also supply Fairtrade bulk brew filter coffees, available in various pack formats for use in high volume/hospitality outlets.  Our bulk brew lines follow our Italian tradition for a rich blend of Arabica coffee with a good dollop of Robusta for strength.

The beans are sourced from:

Brazil
Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee beans. The Arabica beans from here are great for blending; one most worth mentioning is the Brazilian Bourbon Santos.

Honduras
Light flavoured coffee with some acidity.

Ethiopia
Coffee beans from the region known as Djimmah have an unrefined and zesty flavour with a strong aftertaste. Harrar, also known as Ethiopian Mocca, produces coffee that is commonly used as the primary bean in blends.

Tanzania

Tanzanian beans are a complicated mix of body and acidity with balanced flavours, the most notable being those from Kilimanjaro and Plantation Bukoba.

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