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Rounton Coffee Award-Winning Sample Pack

Winners in the Great Taste Awards 2020

2020 was a momentous year for the Rounton Coffee team, with three of our coffees winning in the Great Taste Awards!

The awards are a real who's-who of the specialty food and drink industry, and it’s amazing to be recognised amongst the world’s top producers. 

Try these award-winners for yourself and see what makes them so special. With 3 x 150g taster bags, this discovery pack is a great way to treat yourself to some top-notch coffees, and a makes a great gift for the coffee lover in your life.

Check out the Great Taste Award judges' comments below:


Two Stories | 3 stars:

"A full and rounded inviting aroma. A real mouthful of flavours: whisky and blueberry; fruity, rich and smooth with just a hint of balanced acidity. Beautifully smooth and easy to drink."


Daybreak Blend | 1 star:

"There is a lovely tight intensity to this espresso with a mild, fermented funk to it. Good thick body and a very satisfying finish."


Bosque Lya | 1 star:

"A pleasant espresso with a mild berry juiciness. A clean, bright finish that leaves us wanting another sip. There's a sharp short hit of savouriness up front, then it tapers off to a mellow, nutty sweetness."

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Two Stories

Two Stories was created to show off the wild side of coffee: a blend with funk and personality, designed to push the limits of what coffee can be. We've combined coffees from two farms with a tale worth telling, whose radical, fruity notes offer something truly different to the status quo.

Daybreak Blend

Daybreak Blend is made up of two uncompromising coffees, designed to help you tackle whatever the world throws at you. These coffees are strong and rich; bold and beautiful. We searched high and low for those beans that suited a little extra time in the roaster, and this is the end result.


El Salvador - Bosque Lya

Finca Bosque Lya is situated in the municipality of Santa Ana on the foothills of the Santa Ana Volcano in the Apaneca Mountain range of western El Salvador. The farm was established in 1932 when Gustavo Vides Valdes named his property in honour of his newly born daughter, Lya. The farm name Bosque Lya translates to 'Lya’s forest'.