A dark roast that creates a full bodied espresso with a rich, creamy head and a sweet yet tangy taste. Designed to create a smooth coffee when cut with milk with a 5/5 strength. Made using 60% Indonesian and 40% Brazilian beans.
Quarter Town is named in honour of the Scottish rebel, William Wallace, who led the Scots against King Edward I in a bit to free Scotland from England's grasp and carve a better life for his people. The rebellion carried on for eight years but in 1308 Wallace was captured and charged with treason (a charge he denied on the grounds that he had never sworn allegiance to the English king). Upon being found guilty, Walllace was sentenced to death and was to be hung, drawn and quatered. After his execustion, Wallace's head was placed on London Bridge and his four limbs were sent to Newcastle, Stirling, Perth and Berwick upon Tweed, making us one of the four quarter towns.