Taylors Cafe Imperial Coffee
It's a strength 3 and it's early afternoon. We're risking it here, but that's how we live life down these parts... on the edge. We did 6 spoons for three cups and it came out looking very caramelly. I was dreading the first mouthful - but it was kind of OK. They claim "citrus" on this one - which in my world is a by-word for "utter-bollocks". The trouble is that this thing gets weaker as you go. As your buds adjust, that first initial mini-hit diminishes to nothing and I felt as though I've ended up with mug of milk. A five year choir boy could punch harder than this one. Needs redoing with a few more spoons. Rated 4/10.
"Smooth and subtle, this is the classic coffee that we serve every day in our Bettys Cafe Tea-Rooms in Yorkshire. What makes this blend superior is the true coffee aroma and fruitiness that comes from one of the most expensive coffees in the world - hand-sorted, high-grown, top-grade Kenyan."