ESPRESSO COFFEE PACK
The selection of dark roasts in this Pack will not disappoint any espresso lover. The Espresso Pack includes:
We have roasted them to suit their flavours which gives you the opportunity to taste the difference. You can then decide which of these coffees you prefer or just stay with the same variety. These coffees will be great with any type of brewing, but are particularly suited for balanced, vibrant espresso.
We designed our Packs in order for you to experience and compare four different flavours and find your favourite. Moreover, the Packs offer a better value than buying the bags individually. You can choose either 125g, 250g or 500g bags.
A really good selection of coffee at a great price, what's not to like!
Just started to use Redber and the quality of different coffees has been consistently good. The Espresso pack is good value for money, bags contain 125grms of beans which is a sufficient amount of beans to determine if you like the coffee (rather than having to buy 250grms and be disappointed). Redber varied the contents of the Espresso pack as I'd had one of the coffees before and wanted ti try something different
Really good and loved the coffee.
Redber provide a great service and great product, single source beans roasted to perfection for less than any others I have found. Even with postage they are cheaper than my local roaster which is just 200 yards away.
Great item, why more roasters don't a) do selection packs and b.) sell in 125g packs I have no idea. This espresso pack is really well thought out with a varied selection of dark roasts. What I love most about Redber (aside from the actual coffee) is the detailed and accurate description of what to expect from taste. After many a kg of bean from other roasters being far too bright for my taste and worrying I'll never be able to find an espresso bean to settle on, having a selection of genuine dark roasts has helped me focus in on my exact tastes...where I thought I was going wrong with my method, I was actually trying to achieve something I could never get as I was just using the wrong bean and roast level as clearly I'm old fashioned and can't be dealing with much acidity that's prevalent in most espresso. Thanks Redber, I'll be ordeing some El Salvador Diamante and Italian Espresso as my 'go-tos' off the back of this.