Today, we’ll take you through a trip of the best coffee roasters in Wales. This small country has a huge coffee scene with the likes of Big Dog and Coaltown leading the charge in the Welsh coffee scene.
Dragon Roastery, Stryd Pendref, Newborough, LL61 6TB
Starting the list off with this ‘fire’ roaster. Dragon Roastery is a small, independent coffee roastery, where they roast their authentic beans on the Island in Wales, Anglesey. Dragon Roastery quote, ‘no fads, no trends just punchy, full, fresh tasting coffee’ - nothing tops fresh tasting coffee in the morning.
Heartland Coffee Roasters Unit 6 Cwrt Roger Mostyn, Builder St, Llandudno LL30 1DS
Having moved to North Wales in 2012, Mal and Tara continued their coffee journey with their Heartland Roastery. They’re driven by passion in their craft, exploring all the possible coffee flavours, constantly seeking new coffee origins, discovering amazing flavours to elevate that morning brew we all love to wake up to - fresh and delightful! Visit their coffee bar in Llandudno or visit their website to find what tickles your fancy, with a wide range of options for us coffee lovers.
18A New Chapel St, Treorchy CF42 6RS
John and Sian Bowen, live in Treorchy in the Rhondda Valley, South Wales with their two terriers Jack and Gelert. Two coffee lovers who as retirement approached, looked into their passion for coffee and their Two Dogs was set up. Offering fine, tasty beans, you can find all their amazing coffee options on their website.
Claremont House, Slon Ln, Ogmore-by-Sea, Bridgend CF32 0PN
Welsh Coffee company prioritise making sure every bean that goes into a bag are of high quality speciality grade, from their roots of Wales, whilst protecting the environment by their ethical process of roasting these fine beans. They truly have created delicious coffee, which has led them to winning three Great Taste awards.
A family run business in the beautiful Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Jack and the Bans Coffee company simplify their coffee with a sole focus on single origin coffee to shine the light on the specific countries and show the wider world what makes them so special. Offering a range of fine coffee options with every bean being made sure to unlock its full potential of flavour.
5. Quantum Roasters, Cardiff, Wales.
58 Bute St, Cardiff CF10 5BN
‘Hand roasted from the heart of Wales’ - Quantum coffee roasters. Quantum offers fine, delicious beans, ethically sourced from around the globe so your beans are perfect and ready for your cup. Order on their website or visit their coffee house in Cardiff.
4. Dyfi Roastery, Aberdyfi
Sea View Terrace, c/o 2, Aberdyfi LL35 0EE
With the stunning landscape of Dyfi valley, Dyfi Roastery nestles, where you’ll find Dyfi roasting in Aberdyfi. Bringing quality speciality coffee since 2018 and continuing on with their journey providing excellent beans, Dyfi Roastery sure do know good coffee.
Unit 2, Parc, Tan-y-groes, Cardigan SA43 2JP
Bay Coffee Roasters aim is to make their coffee enjoyable to all, only sourcing Arabicas, which requires longer growing time and a specific climate, meaning the priority is straight on the quality. The quality of Bay’s beans are impeccable and your cuppa will be taken to the next level. You can find their coffee straight on their website and learn more about their interesting story.
The Roastery, Foundry Rd, Ammanford SA18 2LS
Coaltown is one of the best roasters around and pioneering the welsh coffee scene, based in South West Wales. Their priorities are set out straight to have ethically sourced green coffee from the best producers globally, paying above the living wage, and providing fresh, high quality, delicious coffee… always! They offer many great coffee options for us coffee lovers, which you can find directly on their website and do not disappoint when the beans are added to the cup.
Innovation Centre Workshop 20, Ebbw Vale NP23 8XA
Based in the valleys in South Wales, the siblings behind Big Dog Coffee strive to "serve and believe in others, show kindness and acknowledge struggle" through committing to supporting and telling the stories of their roasters. We featured their Aelin Lau Brazilian coffee last year, which had typical Brazilian notes of milk chocolate, cocoa, peanuts.