Espresso and Whole Beans

We have a comprehensive range of blends across our three principle brands offering various taste profiles and certifications.

Our house coffees are carefully chosen and blended through our direct trade partners ensuring both quality and consistency remain the highest priority.

We also offer a bespoke service for customers wishing to develop their own exclusive blends and able to offer expert guidance on the most suitable origins for the desired taste.


Cooling Towers

Colombia & Costa Rica

Country: Colombia
Region: Cauca
Producer group: CENCOIC
Growing Altitude: 1700 - 1900masl
Varieties: Caturra, Colombia, Tabi & Castillo
Harvest: April - June
Process: Natural - Washed

Cencoic, which stands for Central Cooperativa Indígena del Cauca, are a cooperative comprised of indigenous reserves in the Cauca region and they also export their own coffee. The typical farmer in the cooperative has around 1 hectare of coffee growing land at an average altitude of around 1800masl.

Country: Costa Rica
Region: Tarrazu
Farm: El Llano Farm
Varieties: Caturra, Catuai
Altitude: 1550 masl
Processing: Honey

Named after the old Cooling Towers that used to be situated across the road from the roastery. Medium roast level, 100% arabica, good body, balanced, citrus acidity with notes of chocolate.

The espresso has a creamy, rich flavour with chocolate tones and a lasting mouth feel.


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Aviator

Ethiopia, Honduras & Guatemala

Country: Ethiopia
Region: Oromia
Zone: Guji
Woreda Hambella Wamela
Farm: Hambella
Altitude 1900 - 2200 masl
Varieties: Heirloom
Harvest: November - January
Process: Washed and Natural

Country: Honduras
Region: San Andres, Limpira
Farmers Group: GUAXINLACA Y SIDRA Hambella
Altitude 1400 - 1650 masl
Varieties: Lempira, Ihcafe 90, Catuai, Typica
Harvest : 01 Jan - 30 Apr
Process: Washed

Country: Guatemala
Region: Huehuetenango
Farmers Group: Hope Coffee
Farmer name: Nohelio Castillo
Altitude: 1650 masl
Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra, San Ramon, Sarchimor
Harvest : 01 Jan onwards
Process: Washed

Medium light roast, floral fruity notes from the Guji, sweet and juicy.


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Brazil

Country: Brazil
Region: Barra
Farm: Sitio Serra Negra
Farm Size: 20 Hectares
Farmer Name: Paulo Bernardes
Growing Altitude: 1200 masl
Processing Altitude: 900 masl
Varieties: Yellow Catuai
Harvest: Hand Picked
Process: Natural

A stunning single origin Brazilian coffee from the Serra Negra region. Paulo Bernardes has been growing coffee at Sitio Serra Negra for over 30 years. He lives there with wife Maria, but also shares his land with his 2 sons, a family always working together. The local area has some of the highest elevations of any coffee growing region in Brazil (up to 1,250masl). The cooler climate allows for a slow cherry development and mild but distinct acidity.

This yellow Catuai varietal is medium roast, with great balance and with tastes of chocolate ganache and honeydew melon.


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Sumatra

Country: Indonesia
Region: Sumatra, Batak Region of West-Central Sumatra, Aceh
Altitude: 1100 - 1500 masl
Varieties: Catimor, Typica
Harvest: June - December
Process: Giling basah (wet hulled)

Sumatra Mandheling is grown on the slopes of Mount Leuser, a volcano near the port of Padang, in the Batak area of Aceh. The Leuser Range is said to be home to one of the most ancient and bio-rich ecosystems on the planet.

Medium dark roast with an earthy, sweet flavour, chocolate, herbal, clean earthy, spicy body, creamy mild acidity


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Ethiopia

Country: Ethiopia
Region: Oromia
Zone: Guji
Woreda: Hambella Wamela
Farm: Hambella
Farm: Hambella
Altitude: 1900 - 2200 masl
Varieties: Heirloom
Harvest: November - January
Process: Washed and Natural

Hambella farm encompasses 200 hectares and employs 28 full time staff, swelling to just over 700 in full season. 70% of these workers are women, and there is a program for farmers in the local area to be able to work closely with agronomists and processing experts to increase the quality of their coffee

Light roast, floral, fruity, red berry tasting notes


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Cafe Excelso

Brazil, Honduras, Guatamela, Sumatra & Colombia

Country: Brazil
Region: Barra
Farm: Sitio Serra Negra
Farm Size: 20 Hectares
Farmer Name: Paulo Bernardes
Growing Altitude: 1200 masl
Processing Altitude: 900 masl
Varieties: Yellow Catuai
Harvest: Hand Picked
Process: Natural

Country: Honduras
Region: San Andres, Limpira
Farmers Group: GUAXINLACA Y SIDRA Hambella
Altitude: 1400 - 1650 masl
Varieties: Lempira, Ihcafe 90, Catuai, Typica
Harvest : 01 Jan - 30 Apr
Process: Washed

Country: Guatemala
Region: Huehuetenango
Farmers Group: Hope Coffee
Altitude: 1650 masl
Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra, San Ramon, Sarchimor
Harvest : 01 Jan onwards
Process: Washed

Country: Indonesia
Region: Sumatra, Batak Region of West-Central Sumatra, Aceh
Farm: Hambella
Altitude: 1100 - 1500 masl
Varieties: Catimor, Typica
Harvest: June - December
Process: Giling basah (wet hulled)

Colombia:
Colombian Excelso - Various Regions
Altitude: 1200- 1900 masl
Varieties: Caturra, Typica, Bourbon

A rich blend of 100% arabica coffee from around the world. Medium roast with plenty of molasses sweetness. Plummy and dried fruits flavours, well balanced with a lasting finish.


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Swiss Water Decaf

100% Brazil - Swiss Water Decaf

Country: Brazil
Region: Cerrado of Brazil
Farm: Various
Growing Altitude: 900 - 1100m
Varieties: Yellow Catuai
Harvest: May - August
Process: Natural - SWD method of decaffeinated

We have worked with Swiss Water Decaf since 2001 when we were their first distributor in Europe, and are proud to be their exclusive partners in the UK. Located in Canada, the ‘Swiss’ part comes from the invention of the process in the 1930s in Schaffhausen, Switzerland using pure water to gently remove caffeine.


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Whisky

100% CENCOIC is left to rest in a used whisky cask sourced from Speyside cooperage.

Country: Colombia
Region: Cauca
Producer group: CENCOIC
Growing Altitude: 1700 - 1900masl
Varieties: Caturra, Colombia, Tabi & Castillo
Harvest: April - June
Process: Natural - Washed

Cencoic, which stands for Central Cooperativa Indígena del Cauca, are a cooperative comprised of indigenous reserves in the Cauca region and they also export their own coffee.

The green coffee is left to absorb the sweet, boozey notes left behind from the whisky, sample roasts are taken at various points before we are happy to run a full production roast


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