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Clifton Coffee Roasters - Bristol
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Clifton Coffee Roasters - Bristol

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Clifton Coffee began life in 2001 servicing espresso machinery in the independent businesses of Bristol. As the demand for supply of coffee & equipment grew Clifton Coffee began wholesaling roasted coffees to the surrounding also introducing ‘barista training’ to support its wholesale customers which was a relatively unknown practice at the time and which grew into the large training facility they have today – the first of its kind at the time.

They decided to invest in their own in-house production roastery in 2013 to concentrate solely on sourcing, roasting and supplying the world’s finest specialty coffees. Today they find ourselves at the forefront of the UK specialty coffee scene supplying many of the leading retailers from independent specialty coffee shops to Michelin-starred restaurants and 5-star hotels right across the UK! Clifton Coffee are well-travelled sourcing suppliers in Kenya, Panama, Brazil, Columbia and El Salvador and their superb roasts are all ethically sourced, relationship coffees.

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Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Colombia, House Filter V.8, Yerwa Womens Project, Washed
from 250g: £6.75
Café ANEI is a strategic organisation supporting the social, environmental and cultural aspects of the lives of 700 producers from families belonging to 4 indigenous tribes located near Valledupar in Columbia. In partnership with them and the Colombian Government Clifton Coffee are supporting the planting of 2 hectares of coffee...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Colombia, Bella Vista, Sugarcane E.A, Decaffeinated
from 250g: £5.85
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: A sweet decaffeinated coffee with citric acidity and a lovely full bodied, toffee and nut characteristic that is great with all brew methods. The decaffeination is done using Ethel Acetate, which is a natural by-product of fermented sugar-cane. This bonds with the soluble caffeine compounds in...
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