NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
The government and MBIE have made amendments that allow us to operate our online store again. Again - this could change at any time so thank you for your understanding while we navigate this new world.
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Browse and purchase green (unroasted) coffee beans, roasting, grinding and espresso machines, and accessories online. Items you add to your Shopping Basket will accrue in a list, from which you can also alter quantity, calculate freight, and check out your order.
All prices are GST inclusive. We accept Visa & Mastercard (through PayPal), PayPal and Bank Deposit.
Unroasted coffee beans are generally known as "green". They are small and hard. They are at their best for up to 2 years after harvest - with the flavours gradually diminishing.
To ensure that your roasted coffee has the maximum flavour, purchase your coffee in the green state, store it in a dark, dry ventilated area (such as a kitchen pantry) and roast it yourself on demand so that you are drinking it when it is at its best.
Something to be aware of when purchasing green coffee beans, is that given most of them are processed in third world countries, you will find the odd stone, nail, ball bearing etc. in amongst the beans. Most commercial roasters remove these items after roasting - as the destoning equipment is based on the weight of items and coffee is much lighter after being roasted. We do a visual check when packaging the beans and we remove anything we see. If we miss anything, we apologise and please understand that this is a normal element of the coffee world that most are unaware of. It is not common, but it does happen. Please check your coffee before it goes in the grinder.
Please see our range of coffees (including specialty coffee) from around the world below. Each of our arabica coffees are suitable to be roasted and consumed on their own without any further blending required unless you so wish.
Most of our unroasted coffee beans can be purchased by the kg or by 400g (those that are one bag only can only be purchased by the kg). You will notice that that while the list items all show the 1kg price - they are more expensive if you purchase less than a kg. However, there are also price breaks at 4kg, 8kg and 20kg.