This gift box is filled with everything for coffee lovers.
Your gift box arrives beautifully presented with all items carefully wrapped in one of our signature black boxes.
Your receipt is emailed to you, it is never shipped with your order.
Shipped from Waterford, Ireland 1-2 working days after order.
Free shipping in Ireland.
About Hassetts Bakery
Michael Hassetts’ passion for baking developed during his time working across Europe, as a trained chef in the early 80s. On returning to Ireland, Michael started his own bakery based in Douglas, Cork in 1984. 38 years later, Hassetts now offer a wide range of products including artisan breads and confectionary: cakes, desserts, biscuits, crackers.
Hassetts Bakery continue to grow and develop and hold many awards, including Blas na hEireann, Great Taste Award, Artisan Business of the Year, Best Cork Export Business and Best Cork Family Business.
Quote from Michael Hassett from Hassetts Bakery
“ I believe good quality food produced locally is the secret to our success so far. We’ve proven that our passion and respect for the art of artisanal baking and confectionary can stand the test of time. We are now committed to delivering our craft far and wide”
Freshground Coffee - About Coffee House Lane
Coffee House Lane is the home of Ireland’s first coffee!
In 1690, Coffee House Lane, an actual lane in Waterford which was adjacant to the then busy trading port of Waterford, boasted what is long believed to be Ireland’s first ever coffee house. Green coffee was traded at the port, then roasted, brewed and sold at John Aikenhead’s Coffee House – on Coffee House Lane.
Mark Bergin of Coffee House Lane tells us that ‘Our Coffee House Lane range is not just inspired by the name but also by the ethos of coffee roasing and brewing back in 1690. This ethos is the cornerstone of our own business – we select only the finest quality coffee beans from all over the world and roast them in small batches in our Toper Roaster as seen on the front of our coffee packs’
This hand picked coffee is processed through the wet method. Red ripe cherry is harvested from the fields. This is then disc-pulped immediately (within 6-8 hours of harvest) and fermented to break down the mucilage. When fermentation is complete, the parchment is washed with clean water, graded and spread onto raised beds for drying. While sun drying, all defective beans are removed by hand.