At Jones Brothers Coffee, we want you to enjoy your coffee the way you like it so so we’ve made sure we have a range of beautiful beans for you to choose from. We always use smooth tasting 100% Arabica beans (as these are the best!) that are either directly sourced (for Specialty Grade), Organic Certified or UTZ certified all of which provide sustainable benefits for the farmers, which is something we like. Find out here what UTZ means for the farmers and for you!
Try all our beautiful dark-roast blends for a great price. Espresso whole bean coffees.
Medium dark roast. Distinct, complex flavours, smooth all-day drinking coffee. Espresso whole bean coffee.-
Dark roast. Punch in the face, strong, bold coffee. Espresso whole bean coffee.
Dark roast. A big bold coffee, slower roasted for a rich intensity. Espresso whole bean coffee.-
Specialty coffee beans from the Chiang Mai region in Northern Thailand with tasting notes of light peach, white grape, pink grapefruit and chai spiced undertone. Medium body, light cinnamon and dark chocolate aftertaste.
Specialty coffee beans from Southern Ethiopia, with a funky floral aroma, zesty tropical fruit flavours and a lovely pomegranate sweetness. A bright, syrup-like full body and a medium acidity delivers a truly wonderful balanced cup.
Unique specialty coffee beans from Ethiopia & Thailand in this special bundle deal to find your all-time favourite.
A wonderful 4 origin blend of Central and South American coffees with the spicy addition from Sumatra. With sweet hints of marzipan and caramel, dark chocolate overtones and low to medium acidity.
Our 2 origin Colombia and Guatemala House Blend is an easy drinking medium bodied and balanced coffee with a light floral aroma, sweet citrus undertones and a milk chocolate finish.
A bundle of medium and medium-dark roast Specialty coffee to find your all time favourite: Nomad House Blend from Guatemala and Colombia & The Jones Seasonal Blend from Brazil, Peru, Guatemala, Sumatra.
Single origin, micro-lot specialty coffee beans from Colombia with tasting notes of stone fruit sweetness, caramel, marzipan and cookies. Light spice undertone. Full bodied and balanced coffee.
Natural process specialty coffee beans from Rwanda. Sweet and balanced coffee with creamy textured body, hints of bergamot and rosehip, with light black tea leaf flavour finish.
Chemical Free coffee beans. A classic high-grade Colombian bean. Chocolate notes and light herbal aroma, medium bodied and mildly acidic. Full of flavour, but without the caffeine!
After picking, the most ripe coffee cherries are carefully sorted and then washed to remove the outer fleshy fruit and dried in the sun on raised beds. A smaller selection of cherries are left unwashed and are dried in their natural form in the sun. This “natural process” preparation is a form of fermentation which helps to intensify the natural flavours and sweetness of the beans.
After drying and being sorted again for quality, screen size and colour at the regional hulling factory, the outer layers of skin and parchment are removed, the cleaned “green” coffee seeds are now packed into export bags and transported to us in Amsterdam. We expertly roast our coffees by hand in small batches to maximize the potential in each coffee bean. Each coffee has been chosen for its excellence (SCA score), minimal defects and perhaps most importantly of all, for the most intensive flavour. Be prepared for a real explosion of taste! Enjoy it, because this is not just coffee, this is Specialty Coffee.
We like coffee beans from all parts of the world – but we especially like beans from Ethiopia and Rwanda, Honduras and Guatemala, Colombia and Brazil. Our wholebean coffees come in two ranges: Specialty Grade Arabica and Premium Grade Arabica. Different single origins and blends, different roasts, different flavours – all really tasty coffees! Perfect for that morning energy boost or an afternoon coffee break at work.
Want more convenience with your favourite drink? We have also developed a range of compostable Nespresso™ compatible capsules. Have a look here.
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