Medium Roast Coffee

Our medium roast coffee collection offers the perfect balance of flavour, body, and aroma for coffee lovers seeking a smooth, well-rounded cup. Freshly roasted, our gourmet medium roasts highlight the innate flavours from the coffee bean without the roasty bitterness or acidity of darker options.

Discover the aromatic, vibrant world of medium roast coffees by exploring our collection today!

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Bag of Blue mountain Blend Coffee

Blue Mountain Blend

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Raisin/Milk Chocolate/Smooth

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£6.50

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Bag of Perk Up Coffee beans

Perk Up

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Berries/Chocolate/Smooth

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£6.50

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La Esperanza Tasting Card

La Esperanza

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Pear/Peach/Honey

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£12.00

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Colombian Coffee Beans pouring out of Stokes Espresso Cup

Colombian Excelso

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Grape/Dried Fruit/Chocolate

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£8.50

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Old Brown Java Coffee Beans spilling out of an espresso cup

Old Brown Java

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Woody/Rich/Tobacco

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£8.50

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3 coffee bags on top of a hessian sack

Coffee Bags (Colombian Coffee)

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£12.00

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3 white coffee bags branded with Stokes on top of a hessian coffee sack

Coffee Bags (Decaf Coffee)

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£12.00

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Small instant coffee tin, on top of a shelf

Instant Coffee

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£6.25

Villa

Villa

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Dates/Honey/Dark Chocolate

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£11.00

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What are medium roast coffees?

During the roasting process a medium roast tends to keep the unique flavours, allowing for a well rounded flavour profile. These tend to be roasted between 215 °C (420 °F) & 226 °C (440 °F).

How much caffeine is in a medium roast coffee?

This differs from cup to cup due to a variety of factors such as grind size, brewing methods & the size of your cup. On average there is 95mg of caffeine in a medium roast cup of coffee when filter brewed using 60g of coffee per litre.

How do you brew a medium roast coffee?

To get the most out of the flavour of the coffee is by using a drip method, such as a Hario V60. This allows the coffee to have more time in water compared to an espresso, allowing more the subtle flavours to come out.