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Linton House Pickwick coffee beans - 250g

Our popular all-rounder blend for every day. Roasted coffee beans, 80% Arabica, with nutty, almond and sweet honey notes. Beans sourced from Brazil and Vietnam.

Linton House coffees are expertly blended and full of character, and we have proudly named them in honour of our home town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. Charles Dickens’ character Mr Samuel Pickwick, who famously spent time in the town, is brimming with conviviality, hearty appetite and good humour. So, of course, we named our most popular coffee blend after him.

From the range of delights supplied by Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk-based family business Marimba World Chocolate. See the full range or visit our own shops in Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds.

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