Single Origin Coffee

There are some countries that produce great quality coffee, so we make sure the only thing those beans need is to be roasted to perfection.

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Single Origin 1 - Brazil

Notes of:

Green Apple Raisin Walnut

Roast:

Medium roasted beans are a darker shade of brown than light roast, and should have a uniform warm colour with no black. There should be no oil visible on the surface, though they may appear shinier than a light roast.
Single Origin 2 - Colombia

Notes of:

Blackberry Jam Treacle Walnut

Roast:

Medium roasted beans are a darker shade of brown than light roast, and should have a uniform warm colour with no black. There should be no oil visible on the surface, though they may appear shinier than a light roast.
Single Origin 3 - Papua New Guinea

Notes of:

Dates Milk Chocolate Raspberry

Roast:

Lightly roasted beans aren't oily on the surface and is lighter brown in colour which is why it’s sometimes called cinnamon roast. This makes for a thin, mild cup of coffee. If you like coffee with fragrant and fruity flavors, you’ll find it among the light roasted coffees.
Single Origin 4 - Uganda

Notes of:

Apricot Dark Chocolate Peach

Roast:

Lightly roasted beans aren't oily on the surface and is lighter brown in colour which is why it’s sometimes called cinnamon roast. This makes for a thin, mild cup of coffee. If you like coffee with fragrant and fruity flavors, you’ll find it among the light roasted coffees.

Single Origin Coffee

We source some of the single origin coffee you already know, plus some you may not have tried yet, all sourced from sustainable farms and producers with generations of coffee growing experience. Many come from single estate producers and farms with some of the best terroir in the world. And as expert coffee roasters, we treat our single origin coffees with the ultimate care to ensure you enjoy the natural flavours as each country intended. With a varied range of coffees from all around the world, you're sure to find a new favourite, and we're committed to delivering the best single origin coffees from farm to filter, bean to cup. Enjoy the names you know...


Colombian coffee

Colombia is one of the most famous coffee producing countries in the world, but however much Colombian coffee you've enjoyed, there's still so much more to explore. The Colombian single origin coffee beans in our Single Origin 2 comes from the Tacueyo reserve -  the largest coffee growing association in Cencoic. The association is made up of more than 540 coffee growing families with generations of farming experience, with a new warehouse and drying facilities for their coffee crops to ensure the great quality of their coffee is consistent all year round. With chocolate, blackcurrant and syrup tastes, this rich, smooth coffee is simply roasted to let its natural great taste shine through, however you're brewing it. It's particularly delicious as an after dinner espresso paired with a rich and decadent chocolatey pudding.


Brazilian coffee

Brazil is another giant of the coffee producing world and for good reason - its crops come from farms and estate plantations run by long lines of coffee farmers spread across the country's varied geography, producing so much great quality coffee. The Brazilian coffee in our Single Origin 1 comes from the municipality of Tres Pontas  in Sul de Minas - an undulating area between the Atlantica Forest and the Cerrado Biome that's home to more than 50 million coffee trees. The farm is run by the Chaves de Brito family, who've been faming coffee in this region for three generations, and lead by Carmen Lucia, head of the Brazil Speciality Coffee Association. Rich and indulgent with cherry, caramel and coffee flavours, this single origin coffee is some of the very best Brazil has to offer.


Papua New Guinea coffee

Our Single Origin 3 Papua New Guinea coffee is made using the best of the Blue Mountain and Arusha harvest – quality crops enhanced by extremely fertile soils and high altitude growing conditions up to 2,000m above sea level. All these factors combine to create a truly unique and characteristic coffee, unlike anything you’ll have tasted before. These factors combine to make a truly unique and distinctive brew, bursting with naturally sweet raspberry and milk chocolate notes, bright acidity and winey fruitiness.


Ugandan coffee

The Bukonzo Dream coffee in our Single Origin 4 coffee is hand-selected from the crops of 398 coffee farmers at the Kasinga Coffee Station, where processing is key to the coffee's finished flavour. The farmers pick the ripest cherries by hand before submerging them in water. The fruit that floats is removed, leaving only the finest coffee behind. These are then sun-dried on raised beds for a speciality coffee that’s bursting with apricot, peach and dark chocolate flavour.


Focused on people and planet

Our coffee beans come from growers who use ecologically and socially sustainable practices, helping to support the land our coffee beans are grown on and to provide a fair living wage for their workers that goes above and beyond fair trade. We trust our growers to produce the very finest coffee beans, grown with years of experience and expertise for a great tastes you can guarantee every time. We can trace our  beans back to exactly where they were grown so we know exactly how it's been grown, dried and exactly how it's going to taste once we've roasted it in our in-house roastery.


Carefully treated to let the natural flavour shine through

The care that goes into growing, shipping and carefully roasting our coffee in our in-house roastery is reflected in the taste of the finished product, which is why we pay so much attention and care to the quality of our coffee beans at every stage in their journey. As expert coffee roasters, we know how much love and knowledge goes into growing the best quality  coffee beans, and do as little as possible with the crops that come to use from the coffee farm to make sure their natural flavour can shine through. Every coffee is different and there are so many varieties from around the world give for the connoisseur to discover.