Blended Coffee Subscription

The Blended Espresso and Filter Speciality Coffee Subscription

Taste The Synergy Of Flavours In Blended Coffees

Blend. And Snap. If you know, you know… alright, its a Legally Blonde reference and we’re not particularly proud of the fact we just made one. Anyway, lets talk blended speciality coffee. In capable hands, blending can lead to truly wonderful combinations, where the various features and strengths of a particular coffee are matched with another to create a synergy of flavours, a fusion to ignite the palate, an orgasmic taste sensation, some may say.

Coffee roasters also often favour blends in a bid to create consistency. Qualities like body and flavour can differ quite dramatically between harvests and coffee bean batches, and so blending is one way to ensure they are able to minimise the differences between each. Too often, however, we see speciality coffee blends that try to hide the negative qualities of certain coffee by combining it with another. And, that my friends is worse than our Legally Blonde reference. Way, way worse.

Fortunately for you, you can rely on our trusted team at GUSTATORY to steer you clear of all that and on to a path of coffee righteousness. Blend yourself happy with the GUSTATORY blended coffee box subscription, available one, two or three bag monthly for filter or espresso, as wholebeans or pre-ground. All subscriptions are dispatched every month's first Monday to ensure coffee freshness from all our UK and international coffee roasters (all subscribers are consolidated into the same dispatch period irrespective of payment cycles). Enjoy...


New Coffees Feature Every Month  |  Four Example Blended Speciality Coffees (view tasting notes)

Every month promises a variety of coffees from many UK and international roasters - our curation team matches your package selection and flavour preferences.

Taylor St Benchmark Wholebeans Coffee
Example | Taylor St (UK) – Benchmark Asprocdegua is a producing organization with 664 contributing members, the women of whom have separated out some of their coffee to make this Women Coffee Producers offering. Excellent coffee with an excellent cause.
Perky Blenders Forest Blend Wholebeans Coffee
Example | Perky Blenders (UK) – Forest Blend Perky Blenders pride themselves on their Forest Blend, named after their local Waltham Forest. But, don’t let this council name fool you into thinking it’s about bin collections and parking fines, oh no...
Vagabond Balzacs Cup Wholebeans Coffee
Example | Vagabond (UK) – Balzacs Cup Blend One of Vagabond Coffee's most popular blends, this great balanced cup of coffee is an absolute stunner in the morning. Wake up to Amaretto, cherry, poached pear, cocoa and caramel fudge.
Volcano Coffee Works Mount Blend Wholebeans Coffee
Example | Volcano Coffee Works (UK) - Mount Blend Grown by a selection of specialist, mostly family-run farmers in Brazil, El Salvador and Peru, this coffee is craft-roasted in small batches in Brixton to preserve the Mount Blend signature flavour.

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Example Blended Speciality Coffees. Tasting Notes

Filter Coffees:
1/ Dear Green (UK) – Ballroom
Origin/Blend: 50% Brazil Fazenda Pantano, 50% Peru El Diamante.
Flavours: Hazelnut, chocolate and cherries.
2/ Volcano Coffee Works (UK) – Mount Blend
Origin/Blend: 50% Brazil, 20% El Salvador, 30% Peru.
Flavours: Red grapes, caramel and milk chocolate.
Body: Balanced.
Great For: Very versatile blended coffee for all methods.
3/ Vagabond (UK) – Balzacs Cup Blend
Origin/Blend: Colombia, Brazil.
Flavours: Amaretto, cherry and poached pear. Lots of cocoa and caramel fudge.
Body: Rich and comforting.Process: Washed, natural.
Altitude: 1105 - 1650 metres above sea level.

Espresso Coffees:

1/ Kiss The Hippo (UK) – George St
Origin/Blend: 50% Honduras, 50% Colombia.
Flavours: Caramel, blackberry and chocolate.
Process: Washed, natural.
Great For: Recommended for espresso.
2/ Perky Blenders (UK) - Forest Blend
Origin/Blend: Brazil, Colombia
Flavours: Dark chocolate, macadamia and raisin.
Process: Natural, washed.
Altitude: 972 - 2200 metres above sea level.
Great For: All espresso and AeroPress, including those who like it milky.
3/ Casa Espresso (UK) – Unione Seasonal V.5
Origin/Blend: 50% Brazil, 50% Nicaragua.
Flavours: Caramel with stewed fruit.
Process: Natural, washed.
Altitude: 900 - 1500 metres above sea level.
4/ Taylor St (UK) – Benchmark
Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala.
Flavours: Butterscotch, cocoa, hazelnut and red apple.
Process: Washed.
Great For: Works well in your espresso machine but can also be enjoyed as a cafetiere after dinner or to kick-start your weekend.