How it works
We roast coffee every Monday and Thursday so you can be sure the coffee you buy is always at its peak of freshness when it reaches you.
All our coffee is 100% arabica that’s been hand roasted in small batches.
How much should I order?
Lots of our trade customers order their coffee weekly and we add their order to our roast schedule and post it on the day of roasting.
If your weekly coffee volume is lower than our minimum trade size of 4kg, we recommend ordering enough coffee to last you a month. This way you will get the very best value from our pricing structure and you alway get your coffee at the peak of freshness.
How much is postage?
We don’t believe in surprises at the checkout! That’s why all our coffee includes postage in the price, so the price you see is the price you pay.
What size packs do you sell?
Our trade packs come in 4,6,8 or 10kg units.
To ensure you get the very best value from your order, we recommend that you order enough coffee to last you a month, then simply reorder when you need some more.
If your coffee demand is greater, that’s no problem at all, we have customers with a high weekly demands and we have the capacity to roast and post over 250kg of coffee per day.
If you need coffee posting to different locations within the UK, we can also arrange that too, just contact us at email@example.com and we will have a chat to see how we can help you with your requirements.
We currently roast coffee on a Monday and Wednesday. All trade orders placed by 5:00 p.m. the day before a roast day, will be roasted shipped within 48 hours of roast date.
How long should I let coffee rest before I start to use it?
We recommend that freshly roasted coffee should be rested for at least 48 hours after roasting, to allow it to settle and for some of the gasses to escape from the beans.
This will help give you a more consistant shot of coffee when you pull it through your espresso machine.