Before coffee arrives in your cup, green coffee beans will meet a coffee roaster and undergo a roasting process, in some way, shape or form. Coffee roasters come in all shapes and sizes too. From an independent small scale to large industrial operations, resulting in varying methods and results. 

Our coffee roasting facility, alongside our professional expertise, allows us to streamline large quantities of coffee through our roastery. 

Kahawa House Roastery

Our main Kahawa House Roastery houses three of our of six Brambati S.p.A coffee roasters, including our 600kg drum roaster, and nine packing lines. Custom designed and imported from Italy, our equipment ranges from macro to micro enabling us to fulfil orders from 60kg to 6,000kg. 

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Our Roastery

Take a guided tour of our Coffee Roastery based in Brigg

The Art of Roasting

To assist in maintaining such high standards, our coffee roastery is equipped with the best coffee roasting equipment and also has the added luxury of a contingency facility to maintain production in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. 

We use a traditional drum roaster (Brambati) but not in a traditional way. The coffee is roasted using a combination of conductive (Drum) and convective (Air) heat transfer. This offers maximum control over the roast profile and results in a more even roast and a fully developed flavour.

Depending on the sector you're in, we can provide a range of roasts including blends, single origin and speciality coffees. 

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