Explore our speciality roasts
With some of the best single origin, speciality coffees from some of the finest producers and farmers around the world – it’s no surprise you’re here.
Enjoy yourself a fresh brew of our delicious coffee, hand roasted and packed weekly at our famous Lincolnshire roastery. Each fresh roast carries with it an ancient fable, drawn from and woven throughout these Seven Districts.
Single Origin Roasts
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Old Mother Nightshade – Peru£8.00 – £30.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
King Canute – Ethiopia£8.50 – £32.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
Blind Byard – Colombia£8.00 – £30.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
The Great Bell – Nicaragua£9.50 – £38.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
The Lincoln Imp – Blend£9.50 – £36.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
Nanny Rutt – Brazil£8.00 – £32.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
Tiddy Mun – Rwanda£9.95 – £37.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
Peru – Decaf£9.00 – £36.00 — or subscribe and save 10%
Seven Districts Society£9.50 / week
Our process for roasting coffee
When we select which coffee to roast, we go through a rigorous process in making sure that we’re sourcing our beans ethically. Over the years, we’ve built up relationships with co-operatives, which simply means producers get together, create a co-operative in order to have more buying power.
When we’ve decided on the beans and it’s been been given a speciality grade, we roast the beans, taste and then profile the coffee.
We’re proud of our coffee and we’re convinced you’ll love it.
Learn the perfect brew
Find out how to brew your coffee properly
Roasting and selling high quality coffee is no good if it isn’t brewed right. That said, it doesn’t mean that brewing coffee has to be a lengthy and complicated process.
We’ve been writing guides in how to brew coffee the correct way, so if you’re wanting to learn how to brew with a chemex, or how you use the AeroPress properly, or prefer the French Press, we have you covered.
Over time we’ll be adding more guides, articles and resources, so be sure to check them out and share on social media – we’d very much appreciate that!