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    One of the most common questions we see on Coffee Forums UK is 'where can I get freshly roasted beans in the UK?'

    Below is a list of UK Roasters who have a web presence / sell beans on their websites

    This list is in Alphabetical order and is a work in progress

    Please feel free to add to this list (suggestions will be pasted into this post)

    Adams and Russell
    Alchemy Coffee
    Allpress Espresso
    Angelucci Coffee
    Artisan Roast
    Baytown Coffee Roasters
    Bean Brothers
    Beanmachines
    Bean Smitten
    Bella Barista and The Roastery
    Butterworth & Son
    Campbell & Syme
    Capital Roasters
    Casa Espresso
    Cast Iron Coffee Roasters
    Climpson and Sons
    CoffeeBeanShop
    Coffee Compass
    Coffeelink
    Coffee Mango
    CoffeePlant
    Coffee Real
    Coleman Coffee
    Crafted Coffee Company
    Craft House Coffee
    Dear Green
    Django Coffee Co
    DJ Miles
    Drury
    Dusty Ape
    Extract Coffee
    Fazenda UK
    Ferraris Coffee
    Flaming Beans
    Footprint Coffee
    Fortitude Coffee Roasters
    Garraways
    Grumpy Mule

    Hands-On Coffee Roasters
    Happy Donkey
    Hasbean
    Hilltop Brews
    Home Ground Coffee
    Horsham Coffee Roasters
    HR Higgins

    Imperial Teas
    Ismail Coffee
    J. Atkinson & Co
    James Gourmet
    Little and Long
    Londinium Espresso (now in NZ)
    MacBeans
    Machina (Edinburgh)
    ManCoCo
    Markus Coffee
    Maude Coffee Roasters
    Mission Coffee Works
    Monsoon Estates
    Neighbourhood Coffee
    North Star Roasters
    Nude Espresso
    Ouseburn Coffee Company
    Origin
    Ozone Coffee Roasters
    Pact Coffee
    Pollards
    Pumphrey's
    Rave Coffee
    Reads Coffee
    Real Deal Roasters
    Redber
    Roberts
    Roundhill Roastery
    Rounton Coffee Roasters
    ScandinavianCoffeePod
    Silver Oak Coffee
    Small Batch Coffee

    Smith's Coffee
    Smith Street Coffee Roasters
    Smokey Barn Coffee Roasters

    Square Mile
    Steampunk Coffee
    Stokes Coffee
    Super Fine Coffee

    The Bean Shop
    The Blending Room

    The Coffee Bean Van and Roaster
    The Ethiopian Coffee Company
    The Steamie
    Thistledown Cottage Coffee
    Thomsons Coffee
    Two Day Coffee Roasters
    UE Coffee Roasters
    Union Hand Roasted
    Unorthodox Roasters
    Williams and Johnson
    Winchester Coffee Roasters
    W Martyn
    Wogan Coffee
    Workshop Coffee
    York Coffee Emporium
    Your Grind
    80 Stone Coffee Roasters
    92 Degrees
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    How about James Gourmet ? There formula 6 espresso blend is a great place to start and I have it on good authority that the uk base of a very well respected coffee machine manufacturer use and love it

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    Thanks Phil, updated now
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    Our place uses DJ Miles in porlock. http://www.djmiles.co.uk/
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    Thanks Lee - updated
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    I sell fresh roasted beans on my website www.thecoffeebean-vanandroaster.co.uk
    Only got a couple on there at the moment but hoping to expend as roasting side of the business develops!

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    Updated - thanks coffeeban
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    Do add MacBeans in Aberdeen (mail order available throughout the UK).

    No web-based shop yet, but very responsive via email and they can send a printed product/price list which is updated monthly. (They have a Facebook page also.)

    We are getting beans for both my espresso and my wife's cafetiere from them. It's somewhat rare that our very different tastes converge onto the same roaster, so MacBeans is getting most of our business lately.

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    http://www.garraways.co.uk

    Particularly useful for buying larger amounts and can share the order between two or three people, mainly because of postage charges for orders below £49. I have tried all their beans barring the latest deal of the month and never been disappointed.

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    How abouts Smiths Coffee Company? http://www.smithscoffee.co.uk/

    Via their website, or on the phone for a very personal service. Speak to Colin for any detailed questions.

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