All-purpous-grind, suitable for filter, cafetiere and espresso.
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.
Ecuador Dark 71% Hot Chocolate Melt bag - 1kg
Create a punchy and indulgent hot chocolate experience from our flakes of real single origin dark chocolate, made from Nacional cocoa beans from Ecuador. With a subtle floral flavour with a hint of raisin, smoked cocoa and acid cocoa. Finished off with a nuance of humus. This exceptional dark chocolate has the perfect balance. Simply stir four heaped dessert spoons or eight teaspoons (40g) into a mug of hot milk. Our dark chocolate contains no dairy and can be made with milk alternatives. It is, however, made in a kitchen with dairy containing ingredients. Enough for 25 mugs.
Linton House King Edmund ground coffee - 250g
Single origin Honduras and 100% RFA certified ground roasted coffee beans. 100% Arabica, single-origin and 100% Rain Forest Alliance certified. Complex and fruity, with a hint of cocoa. All-purpous-grind, suitable for filter, cafetiere and espresso. He may have been killed in 869 by the Vikings, but King (later Saint) Edmund lives on in our local folklore and the name of our town. For a while he was the patron saint of England, and we back the campaign to have him rightly reinstated today. So we are proud to have dedicated our most noble coffee in his honour.