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Coffee beans are technically seeds. They're the pits of the berries found on the flowering plants we call them ‘beans’ simply because they resemble them!
Brazil! The South American giant grows a third of the world’s supply and twice as much as the second largest producer, Vietnam.
‘Expressed’ or ‘pressed out’. Referring to the way an espresso is made, by forcing boiling water through pressed coffee grounds.
Yes, but don’t worry. You would need to drink around 30 cups in a short space of time to put yourself in any danger.
Finland is the world's biggest consumer of coffee on a per-person basis. The average Finn drinks nearly four cups a day. Coffee is so popular in Finland that two 10-minute coffee breaks are legally mandated for Finnish workers.
This may sound silly but yes. Decaffeination removes about 97% of caffeine in coffee beans. But don’t worry, a typical cup of decaf has about 2mg of caffeine, compared to a cup of regular coffee which has about 95mg of caffeine.
Qahwah later became kahveh in Turkish, and then koffie in Dutch, which is where we get the English word coffee.
Only 1. It’s the milk and the sugar which make this number climb.
Coffee is great for your skin, it’s a natural exfoliator.
Coffee is a natural diuretic. While you may need to visit the loo more often due to the caffeine inside, you won’t become dehydrated from drinking coffee.
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There are two main types, Arabica, and Robusta. We use Arabica.
Coffee is a seasonal product with only one or two crops a year. If we run out of one, we’ll usually add another variety into our range.
We are sorry we have run out of the coffee you enjoyed last time! Get in touch with us and we’ll recommend another to keep you going.
We roast Monday to Friday each week; the coffee you receive will usually have been roasted a few days before despatch.
Yes, we have the usual grind options available, listed in order of course to fine; Cafetière, filter and espresso. For the freshest coffee, we recommend grinding whole bean at home.
We recommend keeping it in the bag it comes in, seal it after each use or pop it inside a container in a cool, dark space.
We recommend using the coffee as soon as you can to get the most flavour from it, especially if it is ground.
As much as you need to enjoy your coffee. There is a lot of information available online on how best to make coffee in a variety of different brew methods. We recommend you try for yourself and come up with an amount that you enjoy.
Swiss Water processed. No chemicals and environmentally friendly.
We recommend you find out what kind of brew method the lucky person uses and get the coffee ground for that brew method.
Yes, and the snails and slugs do not like it. But take care; it doesn’t work with every soil type so take advice from your local gardening expert.
Yes, if you are interested in using our coffee in your café or shop, please contact us.
No. Strength is determined by how much coffee and water you use. If you enjoy a particular roast profile, please contact us for a recommendation. Although you can always check out our coffee’s cupping notes on our product page.
All around the world, we source our beans from single estates in some of the finest coffee producing countries. Check out our shop to see where our current range comes from.
At our farm in the Kent valleys. Little Pett Bottom Farm, Maxted Street, Canterbury, CT4 6DJ, United Kingdom
Our coffee is a combination of organic, Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certified. These accreditations vary depending on where the coffee comes from. One thing is certain, we always source ethically and ensure our beans are of the highest quality.
Drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you soon.
Yes. Visits to our roastery are by appointment only. Get in touch with us to find out more.
Yes, we offer two different subscription packages, The Kent Coffee Club and Subscribe & Save. Find out more about how these work below.
You choose your monthly quantity (500g or 750g), you choose your grind type (wholebean, medium or fine) and we handle the rest.
Phil our master roaster, selects and roasts a different speciality coffee every month. This will be delivered on the 12th of each month (or as close to as possible). If paying by direct debit this will be charged on the 2nd of each month (or as close to as possible).
Simply find your favourite coffee from our shop, select ‘Subscribe and save’ from the purchase options and choose your delivery frequency (weekly, fortnightly, or monthly). On all products you save £3 off a 1kg bag, £2 off a 500g bag and £1 off a 250g bag.
Yes, you can cancel your subscription from your account page at any time.
Yes. Please call or email us to pause your subscription or to change the date of your next delivery.
Yes, Subscriptions can be amended from your account. Changing your coffee type, grind, weight, or shipping preference will not affect the delivery schedule for your subscription. Changing the frequency online will not affect your next despatch date, this will come into effect after the next renewal. If you would like to change your next despatch date, please send us an email.
Yes, you can Subscribe & Save to multiple products, including our bundles.
Shipping & Delivery
Normally 2-3 business days. However, during busy periods this may take slightly longer.
We use Royal mail and the best courier service available via Parcel To Go to send our UK orders.
Please be aware an automated email is sent to you to the given email address when your order is dispatched. Please check all folders including you junk as it will come from a no-reply email address. Please get in touch if you still haven’t received your email confirmation.
Yes, please select this option at the shipping page on checkout.
No, our courier company do not offer the service to deliver on weekends currently.
We really hope you’re happy with your coffee and don’t have any need to return it! But if anything is wrong with your order, please let us know straight away and we will arrange a return or exchange.
Due to the nature of our payments system, the full cost of the order will be charged to the card as soon as it is placed.
Yes, please contact us to arrange this.