Elly Coffee Beans

A versatile blend that has a full bodied taste with notes of caramel, soft toffee, hazelnut and sugared almonds. Perfect as an espresso, delicious as a cappuccino and latte.

Grouped product items
Product Name Price Qty
6 x 1kg (COF02)
£78.00 £78.00
1kg (COF02B)
£13.50 £13.50


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The Santos Fine Cup arabica, sourced from the Terra Roxa region of Sao Paulo state, is carefully blended with other Southern and Central American arabicas and a high-quality robusta to create a slightly acidic coffee with fruity and floral overtones and temptingly smooth, chocolatey finish.

Brazil Santos Fine Cup Arabica

Sourced from the Fairtrade affiliated COOCAFE cooperative in the south-east of Brazil, this Santos Fine Cup arabica is one of our favourite coffees to use thanks to its maltiness and pleasantly sweet flavour profile.

COOCAFE is a collection of over 150 farming families who combine their efforts to produce some truly remarkable coffee. Through their work with Fairtrade, they have managed to invest in educational programmes and equipment that has seen them become one of the premier cooperatives in all of Brazil.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: Various
  • Growing Altitude: 1,200m+
  • Growing Method: Full sun
  • Processing Method: Pulped Natural

Colombian Medellin Excelso Arabica

  • Colombia is synonymous with coffee, and this Arabica is no exception. Wonderfully mild and fragrant with a great caramel sweetness, these flavours are imparted by the rich leafy soil and high altitudes in which the trees are grown on the Cosurca cooperative.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter – Cosurca
  • Growing Altitude – 1200m+
  • Growing Method – Shade Grown
  • Processing Method - Washed

Costa Rica SHB Arabica

  • It is said that when a man dies he hopes to go to heaven, but when a coffee lover dies he hopes to go to Costa Rica, an idea that is reinforced by this fantastically sweet, clean and fragrant coffee grown at high altitudes by the Caf– Libertad cooperative.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter – Cafecoop
  • Growing Altitude – 1500m+
  • Growing Method – Shade Grown
  • Processing Method – Washed

Guatemala SHB Arabica

  • Another superb coffee grown on the Fedecocagua cooperative near Huehuetenango, bringing more acidity and fruitiness than other Central American coffees. Guatemala may have only been exporting coffee on a large scale since the 1870s, but in that time has more than made up for its lack of experience, with some of the greatest coffees in the world coming from there.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter – Fedecocagua
  • Growing Altitude – 1500m+
  • Growing Method – Shade Grown
  • Processing Method – Washed

Ugandan Screen 18 Robusta

  • Added to bring depth and body to the blend, this is a very high-quality Robusta, with a mild, inoffensive flavour profile as favoured in Robusta coffees by roasters. Full, rich and earthy, this coffee is grown in a 300km radius around Lake Victoria, where it basks in the hot African sun, developing its flavour slowly as it ripens.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter – Various
  • Growing Altitude – Sea Level – 1000m
  • Growing Method – Full Sun
  • Processing Method – Natural


Fantastically sweet and nutty, with notes of caramel, soft toffee, hazelnut and sugared almonds.

A rich fruity taste in the finish with a lingering biscuit and milk chocolate after taste.

This blend will create a rich, smooth and relatively mild milky drink and a sweet, intense espresso.

Brewing Info

  • Ideal Brew Temperature –88–92 degrees
  • Brewing Notes – Pull shots tight for sweet intensity or leave them looser for a more floral flavour.