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Batavia Dutch Coffee is a unique single origin coffee brewed using the authentic Cold Drip method. Cold Drip, which is originally known as Dutch Coffee in Northeast Asia, produces a black ice coffee similar to cold brew but with more depth, a wider range of flavours and a much cleaner aftertaste. The method was originally invented by Dutch traders in the 17th century when a ban on open fire on the wooden sailing ships of the time prevented them from brewing warm coffee. The resulting coffee was much less acidic or bitter yet was more flavourful than traditional brewed coffee and enjoys continuous popularity in Northeast Asia ever since.
This single origin coffee comes from the Limu region in Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. It is a 100% Arabica single origin coffee (of course) with a pleasantly full aroma with flavours of caramel, chocolate and citrus. Very well balanced and approachable, so a very good choice for every coffee drinker looking for a nice full bodied and recognizable glass.
Due to the intense, long lasting flavour of the coffee, a Dutch Coffee is the perfect alcohol alternative - it offers the same experience and potential in cocktails and desserts yet contains no calories and no alcohol.
Produced by: Batavia Coffee
Prep & usage
Serve on ice, drink very slowly in small sips to give the coffee all the chance to release its flavours.Dutch Coffee can be served perfectly on the rocks. Pour 60ml of Ethiopian Limu into a glass with plenty of ice and enjoy!
Just store it cold and dark (like in your fridge) and it will stay good for 6 months. After opening best consumed in about a week.
Country of Origin
Batavia Dutch Coffee offers the following delivery options:
We currently only support orders for UK mainland addresses.
Water, Coffee (100% Ethiopian Limu)
|Typical value||Per serving ()||Per 100g|
|Energy Content (kj)||–||31|
|Energy Content (kcal)||–||8|
|- of which saturates (g)||–||0|
|- of which sugars (g)||–||0|