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Our coffee beans are roasted and delivered to your door within peak freshness.
Every one of our blends has been through rigorous tasting processes by our expert coffee roasters.
Coffee beans are the freshest way to purchase coffee. Simply grind them just before using for an extra fresh cup.
Suitable for a V60 dripper, french press, percolator and more, ground coffee is the quickest way to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee.
Just like a teabag, coffee bags are super simple. Simply drop them into a mug of hot water and brew for 3+ minutes. Et voila, your coffee is brewed!
For those looking for a convenient and tasty way to enjoy their brew, instant is perfect. Made with microground coffee, our barista quality instant is a level up from your average supermarket purchase.
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All of our coffee is shipped to the UK and never flown. We work with reputable partners who source the most sustainable way to source coffee beans.
From attaining a BCORP certification to becoming a carbon neutral company. We are always striving to improve every step of our business.
With millions of Brits enjoying a freshly brewed cup of coffee each day, it is no surprise that there are countless places to buy coffee beans, from supermarkets to coffee shops to speciality roasters.
For a good coffee preparation, the proper ratio of coffee to water is critical. A kitchen scale can assist you in maintaining precise measurements. Different brewing techniques require different particle sizes, based on how long water and coffee are in contact There are also certain brew methods that have short brew times, for example, espresso, as well as Aeropress, will need a finer grind size. Other slow brew methods such as the French press will require a coarser grind.
The flavour and strength of the espresso shot will differ based on the beans selected; For example, Kenyan, Sumatran, or Guatemalan coffee, would generally have more dissolved solids thus taste more "strong." Fuller-bodied coffees will have a distinct feel as well as taste. Whereas the most expensive coffees like Arabica, introducing Robusta beans to the mix is a proven method to boost caffeine levels and add crema.