We reckon our signature jute blend is a classic. After much trial and error, cupping combinations of our jute single origins, we hit the coffee jackpot, hitting the sweet spot where our Colombian, Ethiopian, Brazilian and Honduran coffees come together to create a smooth blend, bursting with notes of chocolate, caramel and fruit.
Speaking of sweet, you might find that jute blend doesn’t need sugar, though it does get along very well with milk. That’s why the cafés that partner with us use jute blend espressos to power their superb lattes and flat whites.
jute blend’s golden coffee ratio has seen a few gold stars come our way of late. In 2019, the Great Taste Awards awarded us one star for it. In 2020, they gave us two.
It’s jute blend’s winning combination of sweetness, acidity and bitterness that brings the plaudits. Its Brazilian component provides the chocolatey body of the coffee. The Ethiopian and Colombian introduce lightness and fruitiness, while the Honduran balances the whole thing out with smooth caramel.
Coffee blends sometimes get a bad rap, but in fact, a good blend is more than the sum of its parts. Think of the alchemy that happens when you combine ripe tomatoes, mozzarella and basil, or rhubarb and custard, the flavour profiles harmonising, one ingredient’s high notes accentuating another’s earthier tones. You end up with a brand new tune. It’s the same for our coffee blend.
With single origins you know exactly where a bean has come from. Try jute blend to find out exactly where we are coming from.