Christmas is coming, and that means it’s time to indulge in some delicious seasonal flavours. An opportunity to embrace the festive mood while the rich aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg and gingerbread give you that truly festive feeling.
So coffee lovers, rejoice! You can titillate your taste buds with some warming, flavoured coffees, all from the comfort of your home.
And if flavoured coffees are not your thing, why not spoil yourself or a loved one with a variety of new blends, all guaranteed to warm your soul.
If you prefer your coffee to have an intense taste and powerful flavours then you are probably a fan of strong coffee. But what does strong actually mean?
Many people claim to love strong coffee, and what they are actually referring to is the intense hit they get from a high level of caffeine. Others classify strong as a high ratio of ground coffee to water.
Despite what you may see and hear, strong coffee doesn’t necessarily mean lots of caffeine; at Coffee-Direct.co.uk, we define ‘strong coffee’ based on the perceived strength of a brewed cup, and this is determined by a variety of factors. Coffees that have rich, intense flavours, which are usually those with a darker roast, are considered strong. A heavy body and powerful aromas will also contribute to its strength rating.