We love coffee and really do enjoy supplying you with coffee beans from all over the world which we offer at amazing prices.
We source, develop and roast coffees that are ethically sourced and of the speciality grade and are utterly delicious.
Whether you are buying coffee for your business or for at home, we would love to help you out.
A blend of hand picked Brazil, El Salvador and India speciality Arabica beans. Ethically sourced from the finest coffee growers of South America and Asia.
A big full bodied espresso with a naturally sweet caramel flavour. Limini Blend is balanced and with a muted acidity.
As a milk based coffee, Limini Blend is sweet, creamy smooth and rich. Complimented by dark chocolate flavours.
A slightly darker roasted version of our Limini Blend.
This is making the coffee stronger, it has a richer body and is roasted so it is close to the 'roasty' flavour without being burnt.
If you like strong coffee then you will probably really like this.
A two bean speciality Arabica blend with beans from Guatemala grown in the volcanic soils of tropical valleys and coffees from Cerrado Minas Gerais in Brazil.
A medium bodied espresso of soft acidity, with a maple syrup sweetness and hints of pecan.
As a milk based coffee, Kata presents milk chocolate and toffee flavours ensuring a deliciously smooth and delicious coffee.
A blend of the finest Arabica speciality beans sourced from coffee farms in Brazil, Costa Rica and Indonesia.
A sweet and complex blend with a velvety body, resulting in a vibrant espresso with berry and stone fruit aromas.
As a milk based coffee, Liscio is smooth and mellow with sweet vanilla and milk chocolate flavours.
A rich espresso blend designed for those who prefer full bodied complex coffees.
As an espresso you have bold flavours with a very low and smooth acidity followed by dark chocolate notes.
As a milk based coffee Rimini Blend is rich with a nougat sweetness and bakers chocolate.
A Blue Mountain Blend is often a design by a coffee roaster to emulate the famous Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee beans. This is our version.
We have blended speciality coffee beans from Brazil and El Salvador and roasted it in a way to bring out the natural sweetness.
This is an easy smooth drinking coffee that we are very proud of.
This coffee is sweet with a really good plummy body and floral and fruity notes of peach especially in the aromatics.
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We roast this coffee only to order. Once we have enough orders to roast this coffee we will roast it to order and dispatch it to you so you might receive this coffee in a separate delivery.
Geisha is a varietal of coffee which is quite special. Named after the region in Ethiopia where this coffee tree is from, the coffee is extremely popular due to its unique flavours.
The Geisha tree requires special love and attention. Diego has a meticulous growing technique to produce a coffee that is truly special. There is a very limited production. The small amount of coffee, the extreme attention to detail and the hard work all adds to the cost of production but we hope you feel that it is worth the effort!
Diego Samuel was born in Bolivar, Cauca has dedicated the last 13 years of his life to growing coffee and to also gaining a deep understanding and knowledge on the processing and production of high-end specialty coffee that is almost unparalleled in the unique flavour and profiles produced.
As part of a tight knit family Diego works on their farm in Cauca with his wife, two daughters and two brothers. Together they are involved on the pursuit of continual learning and striving to achieve the next level with their processing. They built their own lab on the farm to firstly understand about cupping and roasting so they could then start to curate their own fermentation protocols for them to begin experimenting with. These experiments and novel approach to coffee have allowed to him to soar and exceed winning several awards from 2015 onwards.
As well as being an accomplished cupper Diego has also achieved the CQI level 2 processing course qualification which allowed him to get a base for seeing how cup profiles could be guided depending on micro-organisms, ph and temperature. With his partner Wilton Renso Benitez he is part of Indestec who are at the vanguard of coffee processing.
The Villa Esperanza - Paraiso farm in El Tambo, Cauca sits at 1700 masl and covers 27 ha of land and is planted with Castillo, Colombia, Caturra and Geisha. The farm focuses on technology and the critical processes that and intricate in producing coffee of this mark. From the selection to the meticulous drying which is done in a way to mitigate the changeable climatic conditions allowing them to replicate coffees of such high standards.
This Geisha lot has undergone a detailed and meticulous 9 step process leading to the exquisite results in the cup.
1. Picking of ripe coffee cherries (90%) and semi ripe coffee cherries (10%) Picking date:third week March 2020.
2. Cherry washed with sterilised water to decrease microbial contamination
3. First phase of fermentation in cherry for 60 hours in tanks with pressure relief valve (2 bar) at a temperature of 18 degrees Celsius.
4.Coffee is then de-pulped and floated
5. Second phase of fermentation is anaerobic for 36 hours at 18 degrees Celsius.
6. Thermal shock wash - this phase is though to transfix the secondary flavour development that had occurred in the fermentation
7. First:Washed in water at 35 degrees centigrade.
8. Second:Washed in water at 12 degrees centigrade.
9. Controlled drying for 29 hours, with air re-circulation at a temperature of 35 degrees Celsius and a relative humidity of 25%, until reaching a grain humidity between 10% and 11%.
Costa Rica | Rwanda
‘'A medium roasted blend with a juicy, balanced acidity and notes of toffee''
This is a 100% chemical free decaffeinated coffee using the swiss-water decaffeination process.
Our decaf beans are from Brazil and have been carefully sourced to ensure the coffee is smooth and consistent throughout the year.
You can use this coffee through the espresso machine and we can grind this for you; although we recommend to grind fresh for each coffee.
Full bodied with notes of dark chocolate.
A beautiful coffee from the famous coffee growing region of Cerrado Minas Gerais. Brazil is the largest producer of coffee and sets standards for the quality of growing, harvesting and processing of amazing coffee.
Brazilian coffee is usually a very balanced coffee and is therefore often used as a base for many blends. Our Brazilian coffee beans are roasted for a mild and easy drinking flavour profile. Excellent as a filter coffee so try this in a V60 or Aeropress.
This is a naturally processed coffee of the varieties Mundo Novo, Catuai and Bourbon, which delivers a smooth mild drink with notes of nuts.
Colombia is one of the finest coffee growing countries in the world and coffee beans from here have a fantastic reputation. Being the third largest grower of coffee, Colombians know what they are doing and have been doing so since 1790.
This supremo coffee from Colombia, which is of the Caturra, Typica and Bourbon varieties, is chocolatey and nutty and we source it from Medellin. A delicious mild coffee as a filter and sweet and slightly bright as an espresso.
This coffee is fully washed delivering clarity and a healthy brightness in the cup that can be enjoyed in large quantities anytime of the day.
Our coffee from El Salvador is from the Las Isabellas farm and is a mixture of Pacamara and Bourbon. Las Isabellas is located in the south face of "Cerron Grande" of Apaneca at the west region of El Salvador at an altitude of 1200 to 1450m and is part of the Blue Harvest project.
At Las Isabellas you can find 175 acres of natural forest, natural springs and waterfalls! Las Isabellas is a certified Rainforest Alliance farm. The owner of the farm is Jose Roberto Santamaria who is dedicated to managing the farm and the mill.
Sweet mild coffee with delicious flavours of plums and chocolate.
One of our favourite coffees here at Limini. This coffee highlights to us how delicious Ethiopian coffee is. It is wild, winey and yet full bodied. It is similar to our Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee but not as floral.
Our Limu is grown about 1600 masl in the Oromia region of south west Ethiopia and is a mix of coffees beans from just six farms of the Eastern African Heirloom varieties.
Fruity, winey and sweet.
This coffee from Negele Gurbitu comes from the Yirgacheffe region which is a famous coffee growing region in Ethiopia.
Grown very high up around 1700 to 2000 meters, this coffee has been harvested between October and December and is fully washed. These coffee trees are of the fantastic Heirloom variety.
Expect really funky and floral flavours; think of Earl Grey tea and whisky.
Guatemala has been growing coffee since the 1850s and is one of the top producers in Central America. Coffees from Guatemala are simply beautiful and one of our favourite here at Limini.
Our Guatemalan coffee beans are from plantations in volcanic valleys surrounding Antigua. This coffee is surrounded by three volcanoes: Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. The plantations have rich volcanic soil and excellent growing conditions at an altitude of 1650 metres. Varieties are Caturra, Bourbon and Typica.
This coffee is chocolatey and sweet with a beautiful body. There are notes of blackberries in the aroma. Delicious.
Indonesia is one of the largest coffee producers in the world, usually in the top five.
Coffee growing was started during colonial times around 1696 as the region provided some excellent growing conditions. Coffee beans from Indonesia produce low acidity and high bodied profile.
This coffee is grown near Lake Toba which is the largest volcanic lake in the world. Processed using Giling Basah, this coffee has a huge body and a spicy aroma with hints of tobacco. The varieties are Catimor and Typica.
Rwanda might be small but the coffee that comes out of this African country can sometimes be nothing but absolutely divine. As Rwanda has no coastline it can be expensive to export the coffee. There are some 400,000 small-scale growers and all coffee is Arabica.
Our coffee, which is grown at 1,400 - 1,900 meters, is from the varieties Bourbon and Typica and is a fully washed mix of coffees from 40 washing stations and 35,000 farmers in Rwanda. The coffee is hulled, graded and hand sorted at the Rwanda Trading Company in Kigali. This is a fruity and well balanced sweet coffee with beautiful hints of cranberries. We roast our Rwanda coffee beans to a light to medium level.
A blend of teas grown from different parts of the world. The Kenyan creates the colour, Assam the strength and the depth comes from the Ceylon.
A classic blend from India, China and Seylon with hints of bergamot. Like the English Breakfast Blend this tea can be brewed with or without milk and enjoyed throughout the day.
To ensure the Jasmine flower's scent is strong the flowers are picked at dusk and then layered with green tea leaves overnight. The green tea leaves absorb the sweetness and aroma of the Jasmine flower, producing a tea that will awaken your senses.
This caffeine-free tea from South Africa is rather unique in flavour and brews a wonderful colourful tea.
From the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India. A light bodied drink that produces an orange coloured tea.
A light and refreshing tea made from 100% pure dried chamomile blossoms. This aromatic tea is ideal for afternoons and late evenings.
Aromatic and popular and beautifully green.
This large leaf with tip green tea from China brews a delicious light green tea with sweet and slightly nutty notes.
This Indian Spiced Chai with pieces is a blend from India, China, Sri Lanka and Guatemala. A large leaf tea mixed with cut pieces of bark and ginger chunks that brews a rich, full spicy tea.
This flavoured infusion is from Germany and brews a deep red cup with fruity flavours of red berries and sweet jam.
A ginger and citrus sweet tea from Spain, China and India.
Our Decaf Breakfast leaf is a straight Ceylon Leaf tea that goes through the co2 method of decaffeination. This is the best method to use, as other methods involve using chemicals to strip it of the caffeine.
For all those other essentials we hope to have you covered as well.
A delicious take on a traditional chai tea, this chai latte combines the spices of nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves and black pepper. We’ve also added a little Reishi for a boost of super goodness.
Matcha latte is the perfect coffee alternative as matcha green tea contains some slow-release caffeine. This dreamy latte is enhanced with a touch of Madagascan vanilla.
Add some sunshine to your day with this golden milk latte. Spiced with turmeric, cinnamon and a touch of black pepper, this latte is a deliciously warming treat.
This vibrantly coloured latte contains the many qualities of beetroot and is fast becoming the new trend. We've added a little ginger to the blend for a lovely warming note.
The perfect give away with any specialty coffee. These caramelised biscuits come individually wrapped.
This Spiced Chai Latte is a deliciously creamy blend of tea, milk and exotic spice.
This incredibly flavourful and versatile Simply Vanilla Frappe Powder makes amazing vanilla shakes.
A handy ready to use tub with chocolate sprinkles for your cappuccinos.
Fancy a vanilla latte? We hope you like our range of UK made syrups which we can offer at an amazing price for you.
Simply syrups are proudly made in the UK and come in a wide range of flavours.
What espresso machines are compatible? - Coffee Pods are suitable for use with domestic drop through Nespresso® machines only, excluding professional machines, 'built in' models and the new Vertuo range. They aren't compatible with Keurig, Tassimo, Dolce Gusto, Lavazza or Nespresso® Professional or Vertuoline systems.
How do I dispose of used pods? - Simply dig them into your garden soil. Covered pods in damp conditions should decompose into fertiliser within a month or so. If you have no facility to bury them in your garden, place used pods into your food waste bin or your general waste bin. Either way, they’ll end up in landfill and decompose into fertiliser within a few weeks.
What grind? - It depends a little on your preference but slightly coarser than espresso is usually great. Select the POD icon when you order your coffee from us.
We have been asked for years now if we could offer pods. Our issue has been an environmentally one and we have waited for the right solution.
Coffee Pods have come up with a "fill it yourself" pod which is so clever.
Save money on your pods, fill the coffee with any coffee from our range and enjoy!
A great range of tools for making coffee.
The Chemex brews stylishly and delicious clean filter coffee. The tick filter papers result in clarity and a smooth coffee with very little bitterness. Filter papers NOT included.
Cone shape ensures uniform extraction for pure coffee flavour, while the speciality paper design keeps bitter elements, oils and grounds in their place (and out of the cup)
High quality Moka Pots for crafting traditional Italian espresso. Eight sided shape diffuses heat evenly to enhance the aroma and taste of the coffee. To clean just rinse in hot soapy water, with the right care this durable unit will keep making rich, authentic espresso for years after purchase.
For people who love coffee, and want to take it with them anywhere, ESPRO offer the Travel Press. Built from vacuum-insulated stainless steel that keeps drinks warm for hours, the Travel Press features the ESPRO patented double micro-filter which creates a clean, rich flavour without any grit left over in your drink. Brews up to 12oz of coffee and holds 15oz as a travel mug.
The V60 brewer must be one of the most popular methods for brewing coffee. The 60 degrees angle and large hole just brews delicious coffee.
Hario from Japan, is probably the most amazing V60 brewer. We have chosen a V60 of size 2 in a white plastic. Plastic, because, this brews really nice as the heat is kept well within the brew and it makes it easy to transport.
No bleach used. Please rinse paper before use.
Dimensions: 175mm top corner to corner
Many years ago, we were asked to review a new kind of brewer: the Aerobie Aeropress. Now, the Aeropress has become one of the most popular brewers in the world.
Comes with 350 filters.
Filter papers (350)
The popular and easy method to produce coffee at home. Just add your coffee and water and brew at your heart's content.
3 cup - 0.35 L, 12 OZ
8 cup - 1.0 L, 34 OZ
Brew our loose leaf tea with this super easy to use tea brewer. Simply add your tea, fill with hot water and once brewed, placed the loose leaf tea brewer on top of your cup or glass.
The tea will filter through the filter straight into the cup.
- Dish washer safe
- BPA-free plastic[>
- fits cups up to 9.5cm in diameter
Use an espresso brewing jug to pour espressos in directly from the espresso machine. Great use for making latte macchiatos.
Our milk jugs have excellent spouts for latte art and the teflon coating prevents milk from sticking.
Stainless steel milk jugs with defined spout for great latte art AND etched measurements.
Easy to read thermometers that come with a clip so you can connect it easily to your milk jug.
Tradition manual tampers. Use the 53mm tampers for La Spaziale machines.
This 53mm black levelling tool is used to evenly distribute the coffee grounds BEFORE you tamp the coffee. The result is a more even extraction and better espresso. Please note that this is NOT a tamper.
For La Spaziale machines.
This dynametric tamper ensures you tamp consistently with the right pressure AND level.
Prevent coffee from touching the spouts of the group handle with our tamping stands.
Lined shot glasses for calibrating or pulling shots into.
Puly Caff cleaning powder is used for back flushing your espresso machine.
A fast-acting descaler for domestic machines. Ideal for descaling the tank of a domestic espresso machine or a kettle. Product does not affect rubber seals and leaves no traces or odours.
The group head brush is great for cleaning the rubber seal that surrounds the group head shower block.
Used for back-flushing the group heads of your espresso machine.
Great tool for timing your shots or your work speed.
Large stainless steel platform, four easy to use function buttons and a green backlit display for a clear view
Seat your grinder on top of this premium quality knock box without the grinder tray, you can then simply sweep away any loose coffee grounds through the holes and into the drawer. Ventilation holes mean loose coffee from the grinder on top can be swept away with the added benefit that you will never have mouldy coffee pucks again.
Dimensions: H: 106 x W: 258 x D: 382mm
Floor standing knock out tube - commercial grade. The tube is 86cm tall.
A pitcher rinser sits in the worktop close to your espresso machine and connects to the water supply. When you place your milk pitcher on top and press it down a spray of water will clean your jugs quickly and efficiently.
The pitcher is 210mm long, 190mm wide and 22mm deep. The water inlet is a 3/8 John Guest connection.
Keep tea or coffee beans fresh. Mechanism works by simply pressing the button on the cap, which forces air out and creates a perfect seal. Ideal for home use, small cafes, sending samples or cupping sessions.
Capacity estimates: 340g whole coffee beans / 500g loose leaf tea.
Great gifts & starter packs
- 250g of Limini Blend, Liscio, Kata, Limini Blend Dark Roast and Rimini
250g of Limu, Rwanda, Yirgacheffe, Guatemala, El Salvador
250g of Brazil, El Salvador, Colombia, Guatemala and Kata
250g of Kata, Brazil, Limini Blend, Milk Drops, White Drops and Choc powder