You've probably heard of single origin coffee (coffee from one source, Colombia for example) but it's not unusual for coffee roasters to blend multiple coffee origins into one, to give distinct flavours. Our expert Q-graders take the best coffees, to create perfectly balanced blends for our customers!


Our Lincoln & York flavour wheel simplifies the most relevant and recognisable flavours when tasting coffee.

Lincoln & York Flavour Wheel

We've pulled out the most commonly identified coffee flavours to help you distinguish tasting notes

Current blend analysis

We question whether your current blend works or not.

We know your customer

We evaluate your target market, sector, customers' taste profile and requirement for certification.

Competitor blend analysis

Mapping out competitor blends versus your current coffee is a good evaluation tool to know where you sit among the market.

Market data

It's important to know how your competition is doing in the market space, but even more so to know how you are comparing. Our market data gives you an idea of who's winning in the OOH market. 

Style of machine

The machine you are using will have an impact on the end product. Whether you're using a bean to cup or traditional machine, ensuring your machine is calibrated according to the coffee is key for getting the most out of your beans. 

Sampling & Trial

Ending with coffee samples, trial and then measurement of success.