January 12, 2021

Lola’s House Blend Coffee Bags *Review*

I love a good cup of coffee and over the years I’ve enjoyed trying a variety of different brands, strengths and flavours.  We’ve recently been trying out Lola’s House Blend Coffee bags at home, which are a wonderful and unique idea and take on a way to make a coffee.  So, if your a lover of coffee and fancy reading about The Specialist Coffee Company, who are behind the creation of these coffee bags, then read on!

Lola's house blend coffee bags the speciality coffee company review

Who are The Speciality Coffee Company?

The Speciality Coffee company are a wholesale coffee supplier that offers great quality and the finest coffee.  Their website states that specialist coffee scores a minimum of 80 out of 100 for taste and quality and delivers on flavour, aroma and coffee experience.   It’s interesting to learn that specialty coffees are coffees at their peak and are different to other coffees because they have been grown at the perfect altitude, at the correct time of year, in the best soil and then picked at the right time.

1.4 billion cups of coffee are poured each and every day (wow!) so it’s really important to get that right blend just for you as well as something that is versatile, especially if you travel a lot or are out and about and prefer to drink your own blend rather than shop brought.

Lola's coffee bags review

Lola Coffee Bags

The Speciality Coffee Company also offer Lola’s Coffee Bags, their most recent product to hit the market.  These coffee bags are similar to a tea bag and ideal in any situation.  I have a Nespesso coffee machine at home, but I love a coffee when I am out and about and these bags are perfect to take on my travels, including when we take our next family holiday!

Pouring hot water over coffee bag's review

The instructions to use a Lola coffee bag are super simple and if you’re a tea drinker, then it’s exactly the same concept.  No mess, no machine needed, no cafetière.  All you need is your favourite mug and a kettle! Simply brew your coffee bag for approximately 3 minutes to allow the aroma and flavours to fill your mug.  I smelt that amazing smell of coffee as soon as i ripped open the bag and after 3 full minutes of brewing, it smelt delicious!

After 3 minutes is up, add milk and sugar if desired and voila – it’s that easy!

A brewed coffee using coffee bags

Lola’s Coffee housebound is described as Sumatra Gaya, Brazilian Arabica and Indian Robusta blend.  It offers a subtle smokey and black pepper flavour is lovely to enjoy whether you’re at home or out and about.  Fancy taking your coffee to work, to enjoy in the car whilst travelling or when out and about to enjoy on a picnic.  These coffee bags are completely versatile and perfect if you are that person that is constantly on the go!

These coffee bags are available to purchase in packs of 6 (smallest size) so if you wish to try some out without buying in bulk, then you can do so by visiting their website!

We really recommend giving them at try and see if they work for you!

Thanks for reading xxx


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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

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