The finest coffee, locally roasted.

Hello and welcome to the website, here you can learn a bit about us, order some coffee, and read some articles we have written in response to commonly asked questions.

We roast our own coffee at our dedicated roastery in the Scottish Borders to supply both our wholesale customers and mail order to your house. We also have a coffee shop which is a hub for the local community, our demo space, and we run the training there on state of the art machinery.

Many people drink coffee every day, some of us quite a bit more than that. Our aim is to encourage everyone to learn just a little more about a subject that we are completely fascinated by; coffee is one of those subjects that, once you start to learn a little, becomes more and more interesting the further you go. Even just to learn the basics will really improve the quality of the coffee you drink, and you never know, you may fall head over heels down the rabbit hole as we have and discover a whole new appreciation for a subject that is more complicated than you might think.

We fell down that rabbit hole some time in 2016 and have been exploring, learning, and teaching ever since. Our motto for our wholesale customers is “we don’t just post you coffee” because there is no point simply changing one part of the equation and expecting different results. We visit you and talk about your company, then train your staff to the highest standards before setting up your machinery and checking in with you every week to make sure everything is going ok.

For those who order our coffee to make at home we take the greatest care to make sure you are ordering the right grind for the way you make your coffee, because the wrong grind will completely mess up the extraction and you won’t enjoy it as much as you could.

If you hadn’t already worked this out we take coffee quite seriously (but are refreshingly relaxed about how we go about it) so if you haven’t tasted our coffee we would encourage you to do so and if you serve coffee in your business, we would be delighted to invite you along to see how we work.

 

 

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Three hills tote bag

Hand made tote bags to match your favourite coffee.

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Three hills tote bag

Coffee and tote bag gift set

Coffee and tote bag gift set, ideal for Christmas

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Coffee and tote bag gift set

Eildon Blend

An old favourite.

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Eildon Blend

Reiver Blend

The slightly earthier one.

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Reiver Blend

Java

Cocoa, Walnut, Sweet tobacco.

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Java

Brazil Bom Jesus

Direct trade straight from the farmers.

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Brazil Bom Jesus

Guatemala Finca Rabanales

Sold out. Watch this space - we may get some more in..

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Guatemala Finca Rabanales

Brazilian Decaf

Don't let the decaf sticker put you off..

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Brazilian Decaf

Brazilian Sao Lucas

Direct trade straight from the farmers.

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Brazilian Sao Lucas

Colombian Cundinimarca

Sweet and fruity.

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Colombian Cundinimarca

Guatemalan Huehuetenango

Pronounced Hway-Hway.

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Guatemalan Huehuetenango

Old Ginger

The Dandie Dinmont blend.

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Old Ginger

Sep.23

Fairtrade or direct trade?

Oct.17

How can we serve great coffee?

May.29

What’s the right grind?

Feb.17

Update Feb 2018, the new shop.

Can we serve your coffee?

Wholesale enquiries

Where can I get your beans?

Find your nearest shop

How should I make my coffee?

A few ideas

Direct trade vs fairtrade?

A brief introduction