Full-bodied with a syrupy mouthfeel, dark chocolate sweetness, dark fruit acidity and a long peppery finish.
Piccadilly Mill, also known as Bank Top Mill or Drinkwater's Mill, owned by Peter Drinkwater, was the first cotton mill in Manchester to be directly powered by a steam engine, and the 10th such mill in the world. Construction of the four-storey mill on Auburn Street started in 1789 and its 8hp Boulton and Watt engine was installed and working by May 1790.
Background: A blend of Brazilian, Central American and Indonesian beans blended to create a rich, sweet and chocolatey coffee.
Country: Brazil, Honduras, Nicaragua, Sumatra Region: Minas Gerais, Jinotega, Copan, Aceh. Altitude: Up to 1,500 masl Harvest Period: May to August for Brazil, from December to April for Honduras and Nicaragua, and from June to December for Sumatra. Cropping: Mechanical and hand picking Processing: Naturally dried on sun patios for Brazil. Pulped, fermented and fully washed for Honduras and Nicaragua. Semi-washed and wet pulped for Sumatra.