Wanted Coffee Review

Wanted Coffee Review: March 2017

With around 55 million cups of coffee drunk daily within the UK according to the British Coffee association, clearly demand is high, but quality coffee means small batches which everyone will want to get their hands on.  Never mind a gold rush, more like a coffee rush. So, move on over coffee cowboy there is a new coffee sheriff in town. ‘Wanted Coffee’ are ready for a show down and are set to revolutionise the UK coffee market. I managed to escape from the saloon bar on horseback with my loot of Wanted Coffee to review, but keep this low key as I am now wanted for coffee crimes and reward posters are all over town.

Created in Northern Ireland, this coffee is serious stuff which is the result of a Lisburn based group of coffee experts spending years searching and sourcing coffee beans from around the world to find the crème de la crème. Roasted right here in the UK this single origin, small batch, high end coffee can be delivered to your door every month, for a small fee, who wouldn’t want to give this a shot?!

Included within the pack was a smart silver measuring spoon, engraved with the wanted logo, that also doubles up as a bag grip clip.  The Wanted Brew Book that includes top tips for achieving the perfect cup of coffee. A fact card about each coffee variety and of course the coffee too. My line up included sampling the amazing Guatemalan medium roast coffee which has been farmed on an active volcanic complex and has flavour notes of sweet chocolate, hazelnut and zingy lime. Also, the exquisite Ethiopian dark roast coffee, grown near to the first coffee bean, this exceptional variety is fruity and sweet with flavours of lemon, raspberry, cherry and caramel.  Both exceptionally high quality grounded coffee beans that made for my best cup of coffee yet!

Thank you to Wanted Coffee, my lovely followers and all the fab bloggers out there 😊

Melanie xx



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Bubble Club Review

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Jon Hulme and John Burke, the founders of the amazing revolutionary Bubble Club, that launched in 2016, became firm friends while studying at business school in Madrid. The business gurus behind the already successful craft gin club, continue to see many successes and highlights in their business ventures such as opening offices up in Soho London and securing investment from drinks enthusiast and entrepreneur Sarah Willingham on the BBC’s Dragons Den show – impressive stuff!


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