Little Greene Triple Certified Filter
Heavy-bodied with a velvety mouthfeel, raisins, stewed fruits, and cocoa sweetness. The finish is long and smooth with a hint of spice.
Little Greene Dye Works of Collyhurst Wood, Manchester, is one of England's oldest industrial sites for the making of paints and dye solutions. The Earl of Derby granted rights for the use of the site as a 'house producing colours' in the 18th century. Joshua Rowlands, the earliest identifiable proprietor of the works, led the development of traditional paints for domestic and industrial use, drawing upon his experience of making dye solutions for the cotton trade.
Situated at the confluence of the rivers Irk and Irwell, the site's popularity over the centuries stemmed from the ready source of fast flowing clean water from the Pennines. This natural resource was used for both motive force to power the paint grinding stones and as a valuable clean product ingredient. The early paints would have been based on natural resins and pigments, similar in many ways to those used by the great artists of old.
Background: A blend of Organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance certified Arabicas from some of the best coffee growing regions in the world.
Country: Ethiopia, Honduras, Peru, Sumatra
Region: Sidamo, Jinotega, Cajamarca, Aceh.
Altitude: Up to 1,800 masl
Harvest Period: October to December for Ethiopia, from December to April for Honduras and Peru, and from June to December for Sumatra.
Cropping: Hand picked
Processing: Pulped, fermented and fully washed for the Ethiopia, Honduras and Peru. Semi-washed and wet pulped for Sumatra.
Ground perfectly for filter machines in portion packs.
Produced: Roasted and packed in the UK
Trade Pack: 60 x 55g
Cups Per Case: 660
Grams Per Cup: 5g