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 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.