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Piccadilly Mill Filter

Flavour profile
Full-bodied with a syrupy mouthfeel, dark chocolate sweetness, dark fruit acidity and a long peppery finish.

Mill name
Piccadilly Mill, also known as Bank Top Mill or Drinkwater's Mill, owned by Peter Drinkwater, was the first cotton mill in Manchester to be directly powered by a steam engine, and the 10th such mill in the world. Construction of the four-storey mill on Auburn Street started in 1789 and its 8hp Boulton and Watt engine was installed and working by May 1790.

Additional Information
Background: A blend of Brazilian, Central American and Indonesian beans blended to create a rich, sweet and chocolatey coffee.

Country: Brazil, Honduras, Nicaragua, Sumatra
Region: Minas Gerais, Jinotega, Copan, Aceh.
Altitude: Up to 1,500 masl
Harvest Period: May to August for Brazil, from December to April for Honduras and Nicaragua, and from June to December for Sumatra.
Cropping: Mechanical and hand picking
Processing: Naturally dried on sun patios for Brazil. Pulped, fermented and fully washed for Honduras and Nicaragua. 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


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