Coffee: Puro Noble

Puro is a coffee brand owned by Belgian company Miko, set up in 2005 to focus on ethically and environmentally responsible coffee. Not only are all their products Fairtrade (why isn’t all premium coffee?) but they also work with the excellent World Land Trust, donating two per cent of money generated from sales – and… Read more »

Coffee: Bewley’s Araku India

A return to Bewley’s this week – the Irish tea and coffee importers whose Panama we’ve featured before. Although based in Ireland, the coffee is fairly widely available in the UK as well. This is the Araku India coffee, grown in the Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh. Unlike some of their range, it’s nice to… Read more »

Coffee: Aromo Bounce

Aromo Coffee are a company that primarily focus on producing coffee in ‘pods’ for those fancy coffee machines. There seems to be quite a range of different shaped pods for various machines, and by the looks of it they have the whole range covered. I’ll be honest – I don’t understand the point of those… Read more »

Coffee: Bettys Peruvian Pangoa

Bettys are perhaps better known for their Tea Rooms, and for the fact that they own Taylors of Harrogate. However, they have a separate online presence and even have their own range of coffees, and they were kind enough to send a sample my way. This is their Peruvian Pangoa, a medium-dark roasted coffee from… Read more »