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Cornish Coffee - Original Blend

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Our Original blend has been around for years and everybody loves it!For this blend we have combined the very best coffees from Latin America and East Asia and created this simply smooth, well-rounded, tasty little number.A complex flavour, honey and vanilla undertones with a roasted peanut malty finish...utter nonsense?? See for yourself!

About Cornish Tea & Coffee
Well we started life as The Cornish Tea Company and our tea was so popular we were asked to do some equally delicious Coffee... so we did and became The Cornish Tea & Cornish Coffee Co Ltd (we don't like to overcomplicate things!).We are a Cornish based, family owned business, that employs a bunch of lovely people and offers loads of tasty products at equally tasty prices.So thank you for buying this pack and joining our Cornish Revolution... Happy People, Fair Prices, Great Products...Proper Job!!
Storage
Once opened store in a cool dry place. (For best results use fridge or freezer.) Consume within 1 month, (although it will never take you that long!)

Preparation & Usage
So...How do you make the perfet coffee? 
Step 1 - Add 1 dessertspoon per person to your favourite cafetière - fancy it a little stronger? Go on heap it on.. no one's watching!
Step 2 - Add approx. 250ml of freshly boiled water per person. Wait a moment for the water to come off the boil as you may burn your granules, (and no one likes a burnt granule now do they!?).
Step 3 - Stir and lightly cover with plunger now control yourself, be patient, let it brew for 4 minutes then 'take the plunge!'
Step 4 - Now pour, sit back and enjoy your Crib* with your tasty cup of Cornish Coffee!*Crib - A Cornish Coffee and/ or Tea break (which we suggest you take more often).
  • Free Next Day Delivery: This applies to all collections except for the Cornish Food and Drink Section.
  • Delivery Availability: From Tuesday to Saturday.
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  • Shelf Life: Scones & Pasties last for 5 days; clotted cream for 5-7 days. For specific best before dates, check product packaging.

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Customer Reviews

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Ian Mundy
Cornish cream tea

Well if you are going to have a Cornish cream tea it was nice to have a choice of Cornish tea and Coffee and it didn’t disappoint yes as coffee drinkers the Cornish Coffee Original Blend complimented the Cornish Tea beautifully what more can I say except you have to try it for yourself.

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Emma Ranford
Cornish Tea Hamper

It was a lovely hamper for my Mom's birthday, we had everything to go for a picnic.

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Tracey Venning
Great Gift

Sent as a birthday present and was well received and very much enjoyed. Easy to order and will be doing so again!

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Barrie Munson
Incorrect order

Should have been another for your tea

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Mark the Pirate
It ain't Cornish

I must admit I have never heard of coffee plantations in Cornwall. Turns out there are none. Imported coffee from around the World, probably blended and roasted somewhere other than Cornwall.