Viennese Supreme Blend
Viennese Supreme Blend

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Coffee Description

A high quality arabica coffee with a hint of fig to add sweetness and round off the delicate, unique blend. A lovely coffee to enjoy all day with it’s light refreshing flavour.

This was the first ever blend developed by Coffee Care. Historically coffees were blended with fig to hide the poor quality of the beans used, however, back in the early 80s this blend was developed using 100% high quality Arabica beans with the fig added to create a well rounded, sweet coffee. It was a great success as evidenced by the fact that it remains a firm favourite with customers old and new.


Blends – Five Original Blends

Coffee Care was established in 1983 and quickly became involved in creating blends to suit the British palate. Now, thirty years on, five of the original blends remain incredibly popular – American Blend, Aroma Special Roast, Three Peaks Blend, Viennese Supreme Blend and Westmorland Blend.

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Roast Level – Medium

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Guaranteed Quality

Quality Arabica coffee is grown in the temperate belt 1,000 miles either side of the Equator and at altitudes above 1,000 metres where the soil is rich, the temperature is mild, with frequent rain and shaded sun. At Coffee Care our coffees are sourced from the very best of the crop each harvest season. Our beans are then expertly roasted to provide a consistently high quality cup of the very finest unique blends and single origin coffees from around the world.

Different areas of the world have different grading systems, for example in Kenya they use the AA, AB, AC system, so the Kenya we supply is AA. We also source a Central or South American grade of coffee known as Strictly High Grown or Strictly Hard Bean. This means that the Arabica beans we supply from these areas as both blends and single origin are known as Speciality Grade – they are guaranteed to grow at altitudes above 4,000 feet and have a greater density. As a result, the beans are bigger, bolder and roast more evenly.