Coffee Beans

Browse our wide selection of freshly roasted coffee beans. We specialise in roasted-to-order Single Origin Coffees and Blends - all ranging from 250g, 500g to 1kg. If you can’t decide you can also browse the Favourites Collection or choose one from the Taster Packs or try our Coffee Quiz. All coffee beans are roasted to order and hand-packed in foil fresh bags with one-way valve and sent directly to your home, office or café. 


 
 
 
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COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Dark Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Sweet citrus and rich chocolate

CAFÉ FRANÇAIS COFFEE BLEND

CAFÉ FRANÇAIS COFFEE BLEND

From £5.00

Chocolate, caramel & nuts

BRAZIL FINCA CACHOEIRA (NATURAL) - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee
CUP OF EXCELLENCE

BRAZIL FINCA CACHOEIRA (NATURAL) - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.25

Milk chocolate, hazelnut, caramel

CAFFÈ ITALIANO COFFEE BLEND

CAFFÈ ITALIANO COFFEE BLEND

From £7.00

Rich, nutty, dark chocolate & hints of stone fruit

MONSOON MALABAR AA - Dark Roast Coffee
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MONSOON MALABAR AA - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.50

Rich, smoky and earthy

GUATEMALA ANTIGUA LOS VOLCANES - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

GUATEMALA ANTIGUA LOS VOLCANES - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £5.00

Caramel, exotic fruit, hazelnut, chocolate

GUATEMALA ANTIGUA LOS VOLCANES - Dark Roast Coffee

GUATEMALA ANTIGUA LOS VOLCANES - Dark Roast Coffee

From £5.00

Caramel, Exotic Fruit, Hazelnut, Chocolate

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Sweet citrus and rich chocolate

OLD BROWN JAVA - Dark Roast Coffee

OLD BROWN JAVA - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Earthy, musky, spicy, tobacco

SUMATRA MANDHELING (GRADE 1) - Dark Roast Coffee

SUMATRA MANDHELING (GRADE 1) - Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.75

Chocolate, earthy, woody notes, spicy

THE RICH MERCHANT COFFEE BLEND

THE RICH MERCHANT COFFEE BLEND

From £7.00

Fruity, complex, medium-bodied

REDBER SIGNATURE ESPRESSO COFFEE BLEND

REDBER SIGNATURE ESPRESSO COFFEE BLEND

From £7.25

Chocolate, nuts & summer fruits

BRAZIL SANTOS - Dark Roast Coffee

BRAZIL SANTOS - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.00

Sweet, nuts, chocolate

THE DARK ITALIAN COFFEE BLEND

THE DARK ITALIAN COFFEE BLEND

From £7.00

Full-bodied with nutty, chocolatey hints

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £5.00

Rich creamy, caramel

CENTRAL AMERICAN DECAF COFFEE BLEND - Dark Roast Coffee

CENTRAL AMERICAN DECAF COFFEE BLEND - Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.25

Chocolate & warming spices

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Dark Roast Coffee

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Dark Roast Coffee

From £5.00

Rich, creamy, caramel

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.00

Buttery, sweet acidity, notes of banoffee

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Extra Dark Coffee

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Extra Dark Coffee

From £6.75

Sweet citrus and rich chocolate

NICARAGUA MATAGALPA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

NICARAGUA MATAGALPA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Chocolate, orange, nutty notes

MONSOONED MALABAR AA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee
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MONSOONED MALABAR AA - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.50

Rich, smoky and earthy

ETHIOPIA SIDAMO GR. 2- Medium Roast Coffee

ETHIOPIA SIDAMO GR. 2- Medium Roast Coffee

From £7.25

Bright & citrussy

BRAZIL SANTOS - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

BRAZIL SANTOS - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £3.50

Sweet, nutty, chocolatey

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Medium Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA EXCELSO HUILA - Medium Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Sweet citrus and rich chocolate

BRAZIL SANTOS - Medium Roast Coffee

BRAZIL SANTOS - Medium Roast Coffee

From £6.00

Sweet, nuts, chocolate

SUMATRA MANDHELING (GRADE 1) - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

SUMATRA MANDHELING (GRADE 1) - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.75

Chocolate, earthy, woody notes, spicy

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Medium Roast Coffee

BRAZIL IPANEMA YELLOW CATUAI - Medium Roast Coffee

From £5.00

Rich creamy, caramel

COSTA RICA AMAPOLA TARRAZÚ - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

COSTA RICA AMAPOLA TARRAZÚ - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.00

Soft spices, nutty undertones

SANTOS AND OLD BROWN JAVA BLEND

SANTOS AND OLD BROWN JAVA BLEND

From £7.25

Rich, smoky, earthy with spicy notes

EL SALVADOR DIAMANTE (SHG) - Dark Roast Coffee

EL SALVADOR DIAMANTE (SHG) - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.50

Chocolate with hints of oranges

NICARAGUA MATAGALPA - Dark Roast Coffee

NICARAGUA MATAGALPA - Dark Roast Coffee

From £6.75

Chocolate, orange, nutty notes

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Dark Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.00

Buttery, sweet acidity, notes of banoffee

CENTRAL AMERICAN DECAF COFFEE BLEND - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

CENTRAL AMERICAN DECAF COFFEE BLEND - Medium-Dark Roast Coffee

From £7.25

Chocolate & warming spices

MONSOONED MALABAR AA - Medium Roast Coffee
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MONSOONED MALABAR AA - Medium Roast Coffee

From £6.50

Rich, smoky and earthy

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Medium Roast Coffee

COLOMBIA FINCA SOFIA - Medium Roast Coffee

From £7.00

Buttery, sweet acidity, notes of banoffee

KENYA PEABERRY - Medium Roast Coffee

KENYA PEABERRY - Medium Roast Coffee

From £7.25

Light floral, citrus fruit


How to choose your coffee beans?

With over 30 single origin coffee beans and our very own blends, it can be overwhelming when choosing a coffee for the first time. One thing that we can guarantee: there is something for everyone! All our coffee is 100% Arabica.

Start Your Coffee Journey by picking Your Roast

Dark Roast

Dark roasted coffee beans typically have strong, bold flavour with a slight smokiness. The body of the coffee is often smooth and syrupy, with a low acidity.

Medium-dark Roast

Medium-dark roast offers fuller body and more intense flavour than a medium roast. You'll be able to taste the subtle nuances of the coffee beans, mild acidity, and a hint of sweetness.

Medium Roast

Medium roast showcases the true flavour of single origin beans. It offers light body and higher acidity often accompanied by subtle citrus notes.

Single Origin Coffee or Blend?

Another factor to consider when selecting your coffee beans is to choose coffee from as Single Origin or a Blend.

Single Origin Coffee

Single origin coffee is sources from a single geographic location. These are often higher quality and offer a unique flavour profile that is reflective of the specific region they come from.

Coffee Blends

A coffee blend combines two or more coffees to create a delicious, unique flavour that you can't find in a single-origin coffee. They're popular with cafes and coffee shops because their flavour remains consistent throughout the year.

How are coffee beans roasted?

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Coffee Collections to Explore

Coffee Gifts & Taster Packs

Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or a newcomer, our Taster Packs & Gift Boxes offer a unique opportunity to explore and discover new flavours. All Taster Packs & Gift Boxes are roasted and packed to order, ensuring that you get the freshest beans possible.

Subscriptions

With our surprise me coffee subscription, you get a different coffee every time. We’ll choose a different coffee for you on each shipment, from our range of over 30 single origin coffees - so you can enjoy the surprise and discover a whole world of different flavours!

Green Coffee Beans

Are you interested in trying home coffee roasting? Roasting coffee can be an enjoyable and rewarding hobby. You can use a home coffee roaster or even a simple pan on the stove. We have an extensive selection of unroasted specialty coffee beans to choose from.

What is the best way to store coffee beans?

When you buy freshly roasted coffee beans, you need to make sure that you store them correctly so that they retain their fresh flavour. You should keep them in an airtight container since too much exposure over time to moisture, air, and oxygen can severely affect their quality and may make your coffee taste stale. 

If you buy coffee beans that come in a resealable bag like ours, then you can store them here.

You should put your coffee beans in a cool, dark place in your home, like a cupboard. The further away from heat sources such as ovens, the better, as there is less risk of your beans getting damaged and they'll have longer-lasting freshness.

Coffee Storage Jars

Brewing Guide

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