Complete Winter Full Team Taster Pack - All 7 Blends 227g
All 7 Tiki Tonga Blends (No.2, No.8, No.9, No.10, No.12, No. 24 Decaf & Guinness 232 Blend - all in 227g bags.
Please choose whether you require ground coffee or whole coffee beans
Which flavour do you like?
Tiki Tonga Blend No.2
The No.2 is an excellent full-bodied blend that carries well through milky drinks. This blend is heavy and punchy with a powerful liquorice kick and throwing in a cocoa finish. Earthy notes scrum together smoothly with a subtle spicy undertone. Coffee Blend - Indian Washed Robusta, Kenyan Arabica, Brazilian Mogiana Arabica, Ethiopian Djimmah Arabica
Tiki Tonga Blend No.8
A BIG contender with a powerful kick
Best enjoyed as a post -workout milky drink. With its high Robusta content, even with a short extraction the caffeine level will perk you up and keep you going after a long session. Strong enough to balance even a large amount of milk, providing an intense flavoured caffeine hit with energy replacement calories and some protein to boot.
The No.8 is strong yet smooth, a true carrier of sweet notes of caramelised sugar, sticky toffee pudding and roasted nuts.
Tiki Tonga Blend No.9
A controlled and clean player with fruity acidity and a medium body. Malty, nutty profiles pass throughout the No.9 and bright, citrus notes give off a snappy finish.
With some big flavour Arabica's and a small amount of Robusta, this blend really lends itself to a black coffee for your first coffee of the day. Prepare using a cafetiere or using an espresso machine to make an Americano or a simple pour -over method to extract maximum flavour. Serve with a small amount of cream if you'd like to sweeten your morning brew!
A controlled and clean player with fruity acidity and a medium body. Malty, nutty profiles pass throughout the No.9, and bright, citrus notes give off a snappy finish.
Tiki Tonga Blend No.10
A single origin Brazilian Yellow Bourbon. The No.10 kicks off with a sweet and creamy mouthfeel. An immensely skilful and beautifully rounded player. Distributing bold notes of roasted nuts and caramel with a bittersweet cocoa conversion. Being a single origin coffee means that the beans in No.10 are from one country and in this case, one variety of coffee plant – the Yellow Bourbon. Yellow Bourbon refers to the variety of coffee plant from which these beans are picked. The name Yellow Bourbon comes from the fact that, unlike most coffee varieties, which produce rich red berries when ripe, the Yellow Bourbon variety produces yellow fruit making them a distinctive and recognisable coffee variety
Tiki Tonga Blend No.12
The No.12 is delicately balanced, full-bodied and puts in a powerful hit.
Notes of fruit and nut chocolate with a rich mouthfeel and a long-lasting distinguished chocolate finish. Preparation notes - Enjoy black to appreciate this 100% Arabica blend, great in the evening after dinner as a single shot of espresso with its lower caffeine content you won't be up all night.
The No.12 is delicately balanced, full-bodied and puts in a powerful hit. Notes of fruit and nut chocolate with a rich mouthfeel and a long-lasting distinguished chocolate finish.
Tiki Tonga Blend No.24 Decaf
No. 24 is a smooth, mild and sweet with good notes of roasted peanuts, soft milk chocolate and cookie dough. Available in 227g bags.
Medium-based with mild acidity and slight burnt sugar sweetness. The usual Tiki Tonga flavour, with none of the caffeine punch.
Tiki Tonga Guinness 232 Blend
An infusion of life’s greatest passions, and back with a bang, Guinness 232 Coffee is smooth and balanced in body, with a malty sweetness and rich mouthfeel, which lingers long on the pallet.
During the roasting of this unique and distinctive Guinness coffee blend, special adjustments have been made to the coffee roast profile, briefly increasing the temperature to 232ºC, which is exactly the same temperature as the barley is roasted at when brewing Guinness. This unlocks the same smooth, creamy, dark malty flavours in the coffee - making this blend, as distinctive as the original, where Guinness has been brewed, with the same process since the 1770’s - using roasted barley to give the beer its famous dark ruby colour and rich aroma.
I gave this as a Christmas present to a coffee fanatic. I tried and loved the Guinness one. He seems to think they work better in a French press than in his posh machine, but likes the selection.
As long as he is happy! Glad to hear Lynn, thanks for taking the time to feedback!