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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Grind

GROUND FOR YOU

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.

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Roast

ROAST

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.

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Origins

Take a trip around the coffee-growing map…

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Colombia

Celebrated for its consistently high-quality arabica, ranging from heavier, chocolatey coffees to fruity brews with a jammy sweetness.

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India

Shade-grown Indian coffee tends to be sweet, creamy and low in acidity, often with a hint of cinnamon or cardamom.

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Indonesia

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.

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Ethiopia

Arabica coffee is thought to have been discovered in Ethiopia in 850AD, and the country produces delicate, fragrant coffees with an astonishing range of flavours.

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Brazil

Brazil is the world’s leading coffee-growing region, famed for its rich, creamy coffee with notes of dark chocolate and toasted nut.

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Kenya

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.

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Guatemala

Guatemalan coffee has an extraordinary depth and complexity of flavour, ranging from the fruity and sweet to deeper notes of spiced cocoa.

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Jamaica

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.

Knowledge

What You Can Do

3 WAYS TO ENJOY COFFEE

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Myth 1

CAFFEINE IN COFFEE

There are many misconceptions about coffee and caffeine content, so we’ve broken down a couple of myths to find out how much caffeine is in your coffee. Read more

Myth 2

DECODING COFFEE

Ever wondered what’s in your favourite cafe-style coffee – or what the difference is between a cappuccino and latte? Read more