There’s an adventure in every cup with our globe-spanning range of speciality coffee, state-of-the-art brewing equipment and expert tips to master cafe-style creations at home…
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Unlike many retailers, we’ll freshly grind your coffee to suit your equipment – whether you shop in store or online.
A coarse grind is perfect for brewing cafetière coffee.
A medium grind designed for pour-over coffee, such as the V60.
A fine grind for stovetop espresso makers and the AeroPress.
The finest possible grind, used for Turkish coffee.
Lightly roasted beans preserve the flavours of their origin, influenced by the soil and atmosphere.
A medium roast strikes the perfect balance, adding a smoky depth to a coffee’s original taste profile.
Like your coffee with milk? These dark roasts are seriously smoky, with intense notes of chocolate and spices.
Take a trip around the coffee-growing map…
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With their deep body, low acidity and rich earthy flavour, Indonesian coffees from the islands of Java and Sumatra are ideal for a dark roast.
Brazil is the world’s leading coffee-growing region, famed for its rich, creamy coffee with notes of dark chocolate and toasted nut.
Most Kenyan coffee is grown by cooperatives of smallholdings rather than large estates, producing coffee with a fruity acidity, a full body and rich fragrance.
The heady altitudes and balmy climate of the Caribbean makes for some seriously special single origin coffees – the luxurious, subtle and lightly roasted coffee of the Jamaican Blue Mountains has rightly earned its reputation as one of the world’s smoothest brews.
Take your taste buds on a journey with our exotic limited editions from exceptional origins.
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