Wake Up and Smell the Savings - one day only!
To celebrate the magnificence of International Coffee Day - 1st Oct 2023 - Captain Fawcett is delighted to announce a simply splendid 24 HOUR discount on his preferred pick-me-up!
Buy One, get 50% Off Another, on Captain Fawcett’s very own Congo Single Origin Coffee! Mix and match, if you will, choosing from medium ground or whole beans for one’s personal grinder. I say!
Captain Fawcett’s Coffee of Choice is rich and earthy with a crisp citrus tang, echoing the volcanic minerals and verdant hills of East Congo, whence it is sustainably sourced. Cutting through the early morning mist, it is the distinctive aroma of high altitudes and long histories, grounded in the here and now, for this most most excellent coffee enables the growers - the Kawa Kabuya Cooperative - to provide schooling for their children.
A mug of freshly brewed coffee, hot, steaming and robust, is a moment of pure satisfaction to be savoured throughout the day.
Time to gather one’s thoughts before the world awakens, declaring a chap’s readiness for whatever the morning may bring. Or, perchance, an afternoon interlude, a balanced pause in the hustle and bustle, recharging focus for the final stretch. And then, there are those urbane fellows who favour a refined indulgence as the day begins to quiet. The twilight coffee is reserved for sipping slowly, cherishing the complex aromas of a well-brewed cup. Just the ticket for unwinding after dinner or enjoying a tête-à-tête with a friend, an evening coffee is a ritual of sophistication. A mellowing warmth allowing conversation to linger just a little longer, wrapping up one’s day with a touch of class.
Imported and roasted by Tropic Coffee, King’s Lynn, England on behalf of Captain Fawcett Ltd.
- Aroma: Citrus, sweet
- Flavour: Rich tropical fruit, sweet, clean, savoury, candied, raisin
- Body: Rich, juicy
- Acidity: Citrus, crisp, clean
- Humidity: 12%
A word from The Captain:
“Upon an expedition to observe and record the behaviour of the most magnificent Mountain Gorillas in this, their natural habitat, I lost my bearings in the mist and stumbled wearily from the rain forest to the shores of shining Lake Edward. Delirious and overcome by thirst, it was in truth a thing of wonder to be welcomed by local farmers who swiftly revived my flagging spirits with some of the finest coffee I’d ever tasted. Within no time at all I was full of beans and raring to press on regardless."