Tea and Coffee Merchants

Continental Blend (Fairly Traded)



£3.60£28.80

Roasted with selected arabica and robusta beans from Africa, our Fair trade Continental is an elegant and strong coffee indeed. A classic coffee, simple, clean; and direct; it’s intense flavour derived from the long continental roasting process. This coffee with it’s distinctive bite, makes an excellent base for a Cappuccino or espresso.

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Description

Fair trade Continental Blend coffee contains nothing but the finest Fair Trade beans.  Continental roast is a very high roast that requires careful attention.  Wilkinson’s master roaster not only performs this roast but creates a coffee blend that is less bitter yet maintains the strong satisfying flavour of a continental roast.  As is traditional in espresso, our Fair trade Continental Blend is mostly comprised of beans from Brazil.  Wilkinson’s recommends you try Fairly traded Continental Blend as a filter coffee base for iced coffee or Irish coffee as its strong clean flavour stands up to the addition of milk, cream or spirits.

Tea Grade

G.F.O.P. Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe F.O.P. with golden tips (the tiny, undeveloped buds)
. T.G.F.O.P. Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe
F.O.P. with lots of golden tips. Considered very good quality.
F.T.G.F.O.P. Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe
F.O.P. of superior quality. Sprinkled with ‘gold dust’!
S.F.T.G.F.O.P. Special Finest Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe With such a name, this has to be the ultimate!
O.P. Orange Pekoe: Usually long think whole leaf, harvested after the buds are opened. This does not contain ‘golden tips’.
P. Pekoe: Whole leaf that tends to be shorter and slightly coarser than O.P
G.F.B.O.P. Golden Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe
T.G.F.B.O.P. Tippy Golden Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe
T.G.B.O.P. Tippy Golden Broken Orange Pekoe
G.B.O.P. Golden Broken Orange Pekoe
F.B.O.P. Flowery Broken Orange Pekoe
B.O.P. Broken Orange Pekoe – the most widely sold grade of tea
B.O.P.F. Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings – the finest siftings.

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