Coffee flavour is obviously dependent on bean origin, but as you’re just starting out on your coffee journey, you’re more likely to be driven by the kind of roast you like.
So Eclectic Coffee is sold not by origin (although it’s always listed), but by four different roasts — light, medium, medium dark, and dark. And after far too much testing, there’s also a dedicated espresso blend.
And not being tied to a particular origin means that the source can be changed on a regular basis. If I find a new one that I like, you can be sure that you’ll be able to try it too.
Each roast has been developed to suit different bean origins. A light roast may well offer a better flavour than the same bean dark roasted. And I’ve drunk life-threatening amounts of coffee just to make sure.
Ready to start?
It’s easy — think about how you like your coffee and you’ll find a roast, size, and grind to suit.