Forgive the cheesy intro line please, this page is all about appreciation for the hardworking people who make our jobs possible, fulfilling, and more or less secure. 

Every supplier we work with has been chosen for a reason, and many of the partners we don’t work with have been avoided for good reason too. 

We’re not a company with our own operations on the ground at origin yet. Nor are we a company who’s directors can afford to go galivanting around the tropics looking for micro lots. 

We proudly work with experts in the field, on the provisory that our partners are able to provide us with transparency on price and practice. All of our chosen partners fund and support initiatives to improve the livelihoods, environmental sustainability, and long-term financial security of coffee growing communities. They do this with far greater impact than we could hope to achieve at independently at this juncture. 

We’ve opted to work with either with origin owned or non-profit import/exporters where possible. 


Caravela Coffee sources high-quality coffee beans directly from Latin American farmers, building long-term relationships with them while providing technical assistance to improve coffee quality and sustainability practices. They prioritise transparency and traceability, ensuring fair prices for farmers and providing customers with detailed information about the origin and quality of their coffee. Their goal is to create a more equitable and sustainable coffee industry.


Baho Coffee works directly with farmers and cooperatives to promote sustainable and fair practices, they currently manage 12 washing stations in the region. Their focus on the highest quality Arabica beans, offering full transparency and traceability to customers while supporting the Rwandan coffee industry. Emmanuel Rusatira (pictured) is Baho's CEO, and our man on the ground in Rwanda.

Raw Material

Raw Material is a CIC organisation (Community Interest Company) that was created with the aim of making specialty coffee a solution to the challenges facing the industry, rather than a contributor to the cycle of debt and disadvantage faced by many producers over generations. They're all about promoting sustainable practices and ensuring fair prices for farmers and cooperatives, while offering high-quality, unique coffees to customers.


Kamba Coffee is a group of coffee enthusiasts with a mission to connect coffee roasters worldwide with their partners in Brazil and Ethiopia. The team consists of experienced professionals from various fields in the coffee industry, all united by their passion for coffee. Owned by a Brazilian and an Ethiopian, Kamba Coffee has two offices in London and Poland and works with trusted coffee warehouses in the UK and Europe.


Algrano coffee is a platform that connects coffee farmers and roasters around the world. It's kind of like a coffee matchmaking service. On top of linking us with some awesome producers, they have also have helped us with logisitics and financing.


Sucafina Specialty is committed to working closely with coffee farmers to ensure that every aspect of their crop is utilized to the fullest extent possible. With a focus on specialty coffee, they strive to find buyers for all varieties of coffee produced, from large to small-scale lots. This comprehensive approach allows them to support farmers in maximizing their yield and earning a fair price for their hard work. These guys are probably the biggest supplier we work with, they bring us some exceptional coffees! Tash is a legend.


Ally Coffee is a specialty coffee importer that sources high-quality beans directly from producers worldwide, with a focus on transparency and sustainability. They offer education and support to customers and producers, promoting exceptional coffee and ethical practices to support farmers' livelihoods. We've not been working with them long compared with some of our other partners, but we expect to work closely with them moving forward. Also Ed is a nice boy.


Long Miles Coffee Project was established in Burundi by Ben and Kristy Carlson. As an exporter they create direct relationships between smallholder farmers and buyers, paying fair prices and providing training to improve farming practices. They prioritise social and environmental sustainability and have been recognised for their positive impact on the local coffee industry. They now have operations in Burundi, Kenya, and Uganda.


Osito Coffee has a global presence with operations in Colombia, the US, and the UK, and established relationships with producers and customers around the world. With over 15 years of experience in global coffee trading, they provide a wide range of services, including sourcing, quality control, exporting, importing, financing, and logistics. Not only are they part-owned by a farmer, they also sell really nice coffees!