All Coffees

LETTERBOX SUBSCRIPTION
COFFEE THROUGH YOUR LETTERBOX
£8.00
PENNY ROCK
SEASONAL ESPRESSO
Rich milk-chocolate & hazelnut
Sweet lingering finish
from £6.00
MOUNTAIN RESCUE
COLOMBIA - LAS GALERAS
SUPPORTING LDSAMRA
Washed / Caturra, Castillo, Colombia
Chocolate, Plum, Berry
from £6.00
KOCHERE GEDEB
ETHIOPIA
Washed / Heirloom
Peach, Black Tea, Floral
from £7.00

RUVUMBU
RWANDA
Washed / Red Bourbon
Stewed Fruit, Toffee, Grapefruit
from £7.00
GATARE - LOT 25
RWANDA
Natural / Red Bourbon
Mango, Lime, Violet
from £7.00
KAYON MOUNTAIN
ETHIOPIA
Natural / Heirloom
Blueberry, Lime, Violet
from £7.00
FAZENDA PASSEIO
BRAZIL
Pulped Natural / Bourbon
Brown Sugar, Walnut, Cinnamon
from £6.50

DEER BOLT
SEASONAL ESPRESSO
Dark chocolate base
Rich jammy finish
from £6.00
THE STRUGGLE
SUMATRA
Giling Basah / P88 & Bourbon
Dark Chocolate, Blackcurrant, Smoke
from £6.50
SEASONAL DECAF
INDONESIA / COSTA RICA
Washed / Longberry, Catuai & Caturra
Milk-Chocolate, Caramel, Apple
from £7.00
3 MONTH GIFT SUBSCRIPTION
GIVE THE GIFT OF COFFEE
from £30.00

ROLLING COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION
LET US DO THE HARD WORK
from £10.00

DAMN FINE COFFEE

At Red Bank Coffee Roasters it is our mission to show you just how good coffee can be. We source the best tasting, seasonal, ethically-produced, speciality-grade arabica coffee we can find and roast to retain the unique personality of each bean.

We buy and roast our coffee in small-batches to ensure it is always fresh, and our line up of single-origin coffee changes regularly. This allows us to showcase the huge variety of flavours the humble coffee bean can offer.

Be it rich, chocolatey coffees from Brazil, huge fruit bombs from Kenya, or delicate tea-like coffees from Ethiopia - we want you to know what coffees you like and don't like and why, and to always strive for the perfect cup.

News

REFLECTIONS ON RWANDA

June 07, 2017

I recently returned from Rwanda, my first trip to origin, courtesy of our long-standing green bean supplier Falcon Specialty Coffees. There are so many great things to say about this country - its remarkable beauty and friendly people spring immediately to mind - but the main thing I took away from the trip, and the thing that I want to impress on you most of all, is just how special that cup of delicious coffee that you drink every morning is and how much planning and hard-work goes into producing it, regardless of origin. In countries like Brazil the majority of coffee is produced on vast estates, or fazendas. Growing, picking, washing, drying, sorting, grading, hulling and packing are all done within the... Continue Reading →

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