Gaslight Espresso Blend

Berry | Citrus | Caramel

Brew Types
Espresso
Coffee Origin
Producer
Blend
Origin
Colombia | Brazil | El Salvador
Varietal
Mixed Varietals
Coffee Taste
Flavour
Berry | Citrus | Caramel
Sweetness
Med/High
Acidity
Juicy
Mouthfeel
Rich
About this coffee

Would you like Gaslight Espresso coffee delivered to you regularly, charged via recurring payments?

We roast every Tuesday, ship Wednesday using Royal Mail 24 Hour, in letterbox friendly packaging. The shipping is included in the price!

You can sign up to receiving the coffee weekly,  fortnightly or monthly. You also have the ability to skip a bag when your on holiday or have a little surplus.
You can pause or cancel the subscription anytime.

So what should a house blend be?

We believe it should be sweet, rich, able to cut through milk without being bitter as a straight espresso and forgiving of varying temperatures and techniques.

The mix - A washed Colombia Tacueyo Reserve brings juicy caramel & berry sweetness,  Brazil Camocin's natural processed Lapar for its chocolate & a honey processed  El Salvador Finca San Ernesto for the acidity as the cherry on the top – literally.

The Recipe
18g dose producing 30g of espresso in about 26 seconds at 92c if you’re into numbers.

Reason for the blend name - Bella Barista's showroom and roastery is located at Nene Court, the Victorian site that once started life as the Wellingborough Gas Light Company - 1832.

 

Gaslight Espresso Blend - Berry | Citrus | Caramel - Would you like Gaslight Espresso coffee delivered to you regularly, charged via recurring payments?
We roast every Tuesday, ship Wednesday using Royal Mail 24 Hour, in letterbox friendly packaging. The shipping is included in the price!You can sign up to receiving the coffee weekly,  fortnightly or monthly. You also have the ability to skip a bag when your on holiday or have a little surplus.You can pause or cancel the subscription anytime.
So what should a house blend be?
We believe it should be sweet, rich, able to cut through milk without being bitter as a straight espresso and forgiving of varying temperatures and techniques.The mix - A washed Colombia Tacueyo Reserve brings juicy caramel & berry sweetness,  Brazil Camocin's natural processed Lapar for its chocolate & a honey processed  El Salvador Finca San Ernesto for the acidity as the cherry on the top – literally.
The Recipe18g dose producing 30g of espresso in about 26 seconds at 92c if you’re into numbers.Reason for the blend name - Bella Barista's showroom and roastery is located at Nene Court, the Victorian site that once started life as the Wellingborough Gas Light Company - 1832.
 

£6.50 250g Bag - Shipping included

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