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Christmas Coffees for the Festive Season

Posted by Lewis Spencer on

Get in the mood for Christmas with our fantastic range of festive coffees! Featuring seasonal flavours, these brews will keep you warm on chilly December evenings.


Christmas Pudding Flavoured Coffee

The perfect treat this festive season, our Christmas Pudding flavoured coffee offers traditional Christmas fruit and spice flavours that work wonders when enjoyed through the chilly Winter evenings. Our Christmas Pudding flavoured coffee is only available through December, so grab a pack now to enjoy at Christmas and long into the Winter months. Order from £10.99


Santa's Blend Coffee

With this secret blend locked away in Lapland for eleven months of the year, you'll really want to make the most of it upon its return. Treat yourself and the family this Christmas to a luxurious, comforting mug of our Santa's Blend, which has been carefully and lovingly created to capture the festive magic of Christmas.With its warm fruitiness and hints of spice, this smooth, rich, medium strength coffee will warm anyone up on those frosty December mornings, and will be right at home with the rest of our suitably festive, Winter favourites, such as Mocha Java, Cinnamon, and Irish Cream. This indulgent blend will work beautifully from the cafetiere and as your favourite filter coffees, including lattes and cappuccinos. Order from £7.99


Rudolph's Blend Coffee

You've just got back from the shops on Christmas Eve, you're cold, your nose is red and all you want to do is sit back, relax and enjoy a nice hot drink. Well why not try our rich and indulgent Rudolph's Blend? This medium strength blend is sure to warm you up through those Winter days and nights, with a bold, full bodied taste that will make the stresses of the Christmas shop melt away, leaving you full of festive cheer. The blend works best when brewed in a cafetiere or in fabulous filter coffees, bringing a welcome richness to lattes, cappuccinos and milky Americanos. Order from £7.99


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