Wellington Mill Ground Coffee
Heavy-bodied with a velvety mouthfeel, raisins, stewed fruits, and cocoa sweetness. The finish is long and smooth with a hint of spice.
Built in 1828 by Thomas Marsland, Wellington Mill was one of the first ever mills to be built as completely fireproof. After accommodating for the cotton industry, it was partially taken over by the Ward brothers in the 1890s and used as a hat factory until the 1930s. Wellington Mill is now used as a museum and apartments, and its famous 200-foot chimney is an iconic Stockport landmark.
Background: A blend of Organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance certified Arabicas from some of the best coffee growing regions in the world.
Country: Ethiopia, Honduras, Peru, Sumatra
Region: Sidamo, Jinotega, Cajamarca, Aceh.
Altitude: Up to 1,800 masl
Harvest Period: October to December for Ethiopia, from December to April for Honduras and Peru, and from June to December for Sumatra.
Cropping: Hand picked
Processing: Pulped, fermented and fully washed for the Ethiopia, Honduras and Peru. Semi-washed and wet pulped for Sumatra.
Very good coffee. Daughter lives in Stockport and introduced me to your coffee