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Same question from new roaster. Where we can get best deal or reasonable price with good quality green beans for our home roasted. 
if you know any, please feel free list here. 

cheers. 

😁 

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Or you could use the search function to find a thread on Green bean suppliers with links (some of which may still work) as this covers not just small 250g amounts but also up to sack size

Hope of help (search function to top right of this page :) )

John

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Here, saved you some time:

 

There are other posts / threads within the home roasting section as well that list other suppliers

John

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Thank you for reply. 
maybe moderator or admin can sticky this post so no more double post relater green beans supplier. 
and maybe someone can edit post to make sure new supplier info always keep update. 

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Small batch roasting and pennine coffee are good value and good service/range of greens.  Coffee Compass 3Kg deal is good value and has 4-6 beans to choose from inc some Pacamaras to roast (very unique).

Compass will also do any single origin as a 2Kg green, but is more expensive than small batch.

Rave has good decaff, but pricy.

All in 1-10kg batches so no need for big orders unless you really want to get the free postage or minimise postage cost/Kg.

If you want specific greens advice, you can dM me and I’ll try to help

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atitacoffee.com is a new entrant I can recommend. Last season the guy was selling his father's Yirgacheffe naturals. The greens didn't look much but my golly what a taste in the cup. He is now sourcing other beans of Ethiopian origin..

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For someone who only really goes through a few kilos a month, I really rate Rave and their organic Honduras beans, along with their Papua New Guinea offering.

I pay a little more but happy to do so as I know they support the farmers/growers.

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I'm getting back into roasting after having got fed up with not quite achieving something tasty. I was searching for a gene roaster and in the process came across some relatively cheap beans...Brazilian Santos for £4 per kilo. The seller name is coffeecoffeeroger based in Maidstone.

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I looked at this on eBay a few times.  Many of the listings are vague and you pretty much have to call the company to understand what you are buying. I did not feel welcomed by the marketing.  If it were marketed a friendly, cheap supply of quality beans with clear understanding of what you are buying - it could be attractive.

“This is why we don't hand roast, it hurts, you end up in A+E!”
IF YOU ARE SERIOUS CALL US, IF YOU ARE NOT SEND US AN EMAIL, WE'LL GET BACK TO YOU SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

No, its not stolen.
 
However you will be able to make a profit on your product
 
Or simply enjoy drinking good coffee without re-mortgaging you house.
 
we know how it can be out there.
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Let us know how it is. Do you have a moisture meter to test it? Look out for general defects aside from cup quality. I've had some beans in the past that were quite expensive but I must have pulled about 2kg worth of defects from a 10kg bag. What I roasted was really good though. I imagine it wouldn't have been so great had I not sorted through it.

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