Little Robot

(3 customer reviews)

Little Robot is smooth and mellow with sweet vanilla and milk chocolate flavours. A blend of the finest Arabica speciality beans sourced from coffee farms in Brazil, Costa Rica and Indonesia. This blend combines to produce a vanilla-infused berry taste.

Tasting notes: Berries, Vanilla & Milk Chocolate
Roast Level: 3/5

☕Body:  3/5
☕Sweetness: 4/5
☕Acidity: 3/5

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Little Robot

(3 customer reviews)

£8.95£32.00 or subscribe and save 10%

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Little Robot is smooth and mellow with sweet vanilla and milk chocolate flavours. A blend of the finest Arabica speciality beans sourced from coffee farms in Brazil, Costa Rica and Indonesia. This blend combines to produce a vanilla-infused berry taste.

Tasting notes: Berries, Vanilla & Milk Chocolate
Roast Level: 3/5

☕Body:  3/5
☕Sweetness: 4/5
☕Acidity: 3/5

Product Details

Coffee Origin - Brazil

The world's largest and probably the most famous coffee producer. Brazil has a population of more than 200 million and has 5 million people in the coffee industry.

Most coffee is processed using natural and pulp natural methods, and the harvest period is between May and October.

Brazil’s coffee is hand-picked, but also machine-picked. Approximately 75% Arabica coffee and 25% Robusta coffee. Most varieties are Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, Catuai and Mundo Novo.

Brazilian coffee is usually mild, balanced, low acidity, sweet and nutty.

Coffee Origin - Indonesia

Sulawesi, Timor, Sumatra and Java are famous for coffee. 25% of the coffee grown is Arabica, which was replaced by Robusta coffee after the leaf rust epidemic disrupted production in the 1870s.

Typical examples of Indonesian coffee are strong body, strong flavor and low acidity. The aroma of tobacco and cedar is very common, and bad examples can show a musty smell similar to earthy.

Coffee Origin - Costa Rica

Costa Rica only produces Arabic coffee, the most common ones are Typica, Caturra, Catuai, Villa Sarchi, Bourbon and Gesha. It was first introduced in the Central Valley of Costa Rica in the 1700s and is now grown mainly on small farms. Coffee is inextricably linked to the historical and cultural characteristics of Costa Rica.

Due to the high altitudes, fertile soils and many microbial areas in the eight growing regions of Tarazú, West Valley, Central Valley, Tres Rios, Brenca, Orosi, Turrialba and Guanacaste The climate, which means that it is difficult to give a general flavor description to Costa Rican coffee to produce different characteristics.

A good example shows clean acidity, because the washing method is the most common, and farmers take their harvest to private or cooperative-owned factories for this process.

Because of the sweetness that resembles berries, the honey craft has also gained great popularity. Honey processing needs to dry some of the viscous mucilage in the coffee cherries remaining after the beans are pulped.

Costa Rica’s reputation for premium coffee comes in part from its rapid response to special market needs. Coffee has a high traceability here, and can be identified back to the farm or manor where it was grown and the factory where it was processed.

Grind

Beans, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter

Weight

1kg, 250g, 500g

3 reviews for Little Robot

  1. Joshua

    Yummy!!! Definitely to be had again

  2. George Heslop (verified owner)

    Drinking the Little Robot coffee was liking taking a journey into the past with pleasant happy memories of tastes I experienced over the years.

  3. Thomas

    The perfect afternoon coffee and something to look forward to after a days work! Mid strength and delicious!

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