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Market Lane - Seasonal blend - Espresso roast

Regular price $19.95

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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews

Tasty blend smooth, however the grind was very gritty in machine. Came out of the puk very dry, not sure if I was doing something wrong.

Hi Mardi, thanks for your review. Sorry to hear the grind looked very gritty. Just to clarify though, was there also a gritty taste (or some other undesirable taste)?

Consitently the best!

Love the flavour of the blends market lane produces. Amazing balance of clarity, fruitness and chocolately richness.

Manze Z.

Market Lane - Seasonal Espresso Blend

Ved D.

Extremely consistent. Flavour the right blend of clarity and chocolatey richness when paired to a niche zero and bdb.

Jennifer Y.
Loved this

Great blend, tastes really nice as a cappuccino

Tasting notes:  Walnut and brown sugar with a blackcurrant finish.


75% Santa Clara Estate
Origin: Antigua, Guatemala
Varieties: Bourbon
Process: washed
Producer: Ricardo Zelaya
Relationship length: since 2008

25% Ichuga
Origin: Nyeri County, Kenya
Varieties: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11 & Batian
Process: washed
Producers: 726 members of the Kiama Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Society (FCS)
Relationship length: since 2022


This delicious espresso blend is made up of two distinctive washed-process coffees. Santa Clara Estate (75%) is produced by Ricardo Zelaya, a fourth-generation farmer whose beautiful coffees we’ve been offering since 2009. Located in Guatemala’s famous Antigua growing region, Santa Clara benefits from the area’s mineral-rich volcanic soil. At harvest time, a team of highly trained pickers select the ripest coffee cherries. The cherries are then inspected at the farm’s wet mill before being meticulously wash processed.

Ichuga (25%) is produced by the Kiama Farmers’ Cooperative Society (FCS) in Nyeri, Kenya. This area is known for its nutrient-rich volcanic soil, high elevations and cool climate, all of which contribute to the outstanding coffees produced there. At harvest time, 726 FCS members deliver their ripe cherries to the Ichuga washing station (or ‘factory’ as it’s called locally). The coffee is then carefully hand-sorted and wash processed by the Ichuga team.