6x1kg Bulk Buy Bean
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Aroma of sweet garden herbs, subtle notes of tangerine, and honey.
Robusta and Arabica
Vietnam and Ethiopia
Fairtrade & Organic
6 x 1kg
Also available as a single purchase.
All GOE orders are posted with First class delivery to ensure you receive your coffee as quickly as possible. This is charged at £4.95 per order.
We choose to use Royal Mail for our delivery service as it’s the highest rated delivery service worldwide providing fast and safe delivery of your parcels. Royal Mail work hard all year round to ensure deliveries are made within the stated time frames and continue to do so throughout the peak periods doing everything possible to ensure all customers receive their parcels in time for Christmas. By choosing to shop at GOE Coffee, you will also be supporting your local postal carrier that delivers service with a smile to you on a daily basis.
Allow plenty of time for posting. Please post items and gifts for Christmas early, particularly for International deliveries. Ongoing Covid restrictions, reduced air and freight capacity, high volumes and winter weather conditions are all impacting transportation and local delivery across the globe.
Last order date to receive your order in time for Christmas is recommended 19th December.
Delivery to the United Kingdom including Northern Ireland and Channel Islands Monday to Friday.
Orders received before 1pm Monday to Friday are dispatched same day.
This high-grown Mexican 100% arabica blend is decaffeinated using a water process method that helps maintain maximum flavour and produce a clean, crisp coffee. It has a rich, chocolaty aroma and a sweet grape flavour, with a creamily voluptuous mouthfeel.
This coffee supports the cooperative communities of Chiapas and Oaxaca in Mexico, through an ethical premium of approximately 10% of the price of a tonne of green coffee