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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 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 KaffeeCulture 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 Obadiah Coffee Ouseburn Coffee Company Origin Ozone Coffee Roasters Pact Coffee Pollards Pumphrey's Quarter Horse Coffee Rave Coffee Reads Coffee Real Deal Roasters Redber Roastworks 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 Stewart's 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 47 Degrees 80 Stone Coffee Roasters 92 Degrees 200 Degrees
Heigh-ho Chaps, I'm Buzz. Let me tell you a little about me and my journey so far... I'm female, late 30's and live in London. I was introduced to drinking "proper" coffee on a regular basis, over the past year, via... Starbucks (eek! *awaits mass flaming*) Drinking mainly filter coffee (never Pike Place) with a few Frappuccinos thrown into the mix (that's not coffee) and a couple of Toffee-Nut Lattes at Xmas (neither's that!) I decided to expand my knowledge of good coffee...(!) I've recently begun to drink coffee at home using a cafetiere (admittedly, using s-bux beans) and realised I needed a good grinder to help me on my way. After narrowing my choices down to either a DeLonghi KG79 or a Krups GSX-whatever I looked online to see what sort of reviews they got. Discovering American websites such as CoffeeGeek, etc. - I quickly changed my mind! Due to budget, my new choice became a Porlex Hand Mill so I looked on the net again to see if I could find a British review and, more importantly, a UK supplier. This is how I found you kind people. (Thanks Yahoo) The next step was to lurk... One thing I noticed was that, unlike some (overly anal/ obsessive) forums, here the coffee dictionary doesn't start and end at espresso - though many of you do have a "healthy" interest in it. (This IS a compliment - Honest!) And... You have a sense of humour I can understand. Result! Naturally I signed up and (twenty-four hours, or so, later) here I am! What's next? To learn what good, fresh coffee actually is (mail order) and... well, I think that's enough to be getting on with for now really. Thanks for reading this far and I hope we can be friends. Buzz (sent using a really crap phone)
Drury Tea and Coffee Mail Order http://www.shopdrury.com/ is the best place to find Rancilio Spares in the UK (at least that I know of). Which is strange because they don't seem to stock the actual machines any more. They are not always the cheapest but they are reliable.