Responsibly sourced. Great taste. Freshly roasted to order.
We take time to make sure our coffee is just right. And we're proud to put our name to it.
When you drink a cup of Origin coffee it not only tastes great, you know it has guaranteed farmers, workers and the environment a fair deal.
Sourcing traceable, sustainable speciality coffee and developing relationships between grower and barista is at the heart of what we do.
We supply some of the finest restaurants, hotels and delis in the UK, who share our philosophy on sourcing, importing, roasting, brewing and selling coffee at its best. Join them.
Bolivia Buena Vista Cascara
Ripe Blackberry | Honey | Vanilla
Nicaragua Finca Los Altos (Washed)
Creamy chocolate, stone fruit and light red berry notes.
Origin Drinking Chocolate
A rich and indulgent guilt-free fairtrade hot chocolate.
7oz Cups Gift Set
2 x 7oz cup & saucer | 1 x box of 250g Seasonal filter coffee whole beans | 1 x Coffee Well Made home brewing guide
El Salvador Finca Andalucia (Golden Honey)
A sweet and vibrant cup with notes of crisp apple, light apricot, sugar cane and red berry.
Cafetière Gift Set
1 x 3-cup cafetière | 1 x 250g box of seasonal filter coffee whole beans | 1 x Coffee Well Made home brewing guide
Hand Grinder Gift Set
1 x Rhino hand grinder | 1 x box of 250g Seasonal filter coffee whole beans | 1 x Coffee Well Made home brewing guide
Espresso Gift Set
2 x Origin espresso cups | 250g box of seasonal espresso coffee beans
Introducing our new coffees
The way we're selecting our coffees is changing. Here Joshua Tarlo, our Coffee Development Manager, takes you through these changes and how they've been developed to make your selection easier.
We're opening in London.
We're delighted to announce that we're opening a flagship coffee shop, barista training facility and technical support in London.
We're recruiting. Training Manager.
We're looking for a highly professional and driven Training Manager to join our every-growing team. This is a high profile and key role with Origin.
Ethiopia Sourcing Trip. Part 3 of 3.
The final installment of three articles on Joshua's Ethiopia sourcing trip. Joshua writes about cupping the coffees and ensuring that, as coffee buyers we serve both the consumer and the farmer.
Pathfinder Espresso. The People and Places.
Last week we shared pictures from the farms we visited that have produced the incredible coffees for our new Resolute Espresso. Here we open the gates to the farms behind Pathfinder Espresso.
Ethiopia Sourcing Trip. Part 2 of 3.
In the second in a series of three articles, Joshua writes about his visit to Huntuke mill Yirgacheffe. The journey. The processing. And all importantly, the connection between farm worker and cup.
Resolute Espresso. The people and places.
The people and places behind our new espresso blend, Resolute Espresso. Pictures taken during our sourcing trip in March. Finca Los Altos, Nicaragua & Finca Santa Elena, El Salvador.
Incredible results for Dan & William at the UKBC
The team were celebrating this week as two of our team ranked in the top ten at the UK Barista Championships.