Coffee Roasters


Currently listing 26 different coffee roasters on the site.


Most Popular Roasters

Based on the coffee shops we've listed on the site, here is a breakdown of which roaters are the most popular.

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Roaster Description
Allpress
New Zealand roaster that specialises in Espresso blends.
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Blue Bottle

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Caf├ęDirect

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Caravan

Climpson & Sons
Hackney based coffee roaster with a number of outlets in London including Broadway Market and also Spitalfields Market.

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Dark Arts Coffee

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Department of Coffee
Roaster and coffee shop that started on Leather Lane, but now with branches in Bristol and Manchester, but also Chicago in the US.

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Exmouth

Extract
Bristol based coffee roasters offering wholesale, subscriptions, and also training.
Flying Horse Coffee

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Four Barrel

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Marley Coffee

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Monmouth

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Origin
Award winning coffee roaster based in Cornwall.

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Ozone

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Perky Blenders

Square Mile
Multi-award winning coffee roaster based in East London. Their Red Brick Espresso is widely used across many of London's coffee shops.
Stumptown
US based roaster located in Portland, Oregon.

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Terrone

The Barn
German speciality coffee roasters, only roasting small batches of single origin
Union
Very recognisable roaster with American founders bringing some West Coast style to the UK.
Volcano Coffee Works
Small batch coffee roaster producing single origin and blends in Brixton south London.
Workshop
London based coffee roaster with a number of their own coffee shops located across the city.

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Small batch speciality coffee roaster producing single origin and belnds in Brixton, south London.




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