Speciality Coffee Beans

We are lucky to have a team of top expert roasters who live and breathe speciality coffee. We aim to help sustainably sourced, special coffees become the norm for everyone. We stock an excellent, extensive range of coffee beans from all across the globe, offering a range of delicious...

We are lucky to have a team of top expert roasters who live and breathe speciality coffee. We aim to help sustainably sourced, special coffees become the norm for everyone. We stock an excellent, extensive range of coffee beans from all across the globe, offering a range of delicious flavours and strengths to suit any tastes.

From the bitterness of dark chocolate to tropical fruits and the sweetness of toffee to delicious strawberry notes, flavour combinations of all types, tastes and profiles are available to shop with us here at Rounton Coffee Roasters. Browse our collection of speciality coffee today to find your new favourite!

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Kalingwe

Uganda

Kalingwe

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Blood Orange Strawberry Honey

From £10.50

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Fuyan

China

Fuyan

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Red Grape Blueberry Candied Fruits

From £13.00

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Roger Chilcon Flores

Peru

Roger Chilcon Flores

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Cranberry Jam Almond Honey

From £11.00

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Chaparral Decaf

Colombia

Chaparral Decaf

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Orange Milk Chocolate Lime

From £11.00

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Which ground coffee size is best?

Coffee grind sizes refer to the coarseness or fineness of the coffee particles obtained after grinding coffee beans. The grind size plays a crucial role in the coffee brewing process, as different brewing methods require specific grind sizes to achieve the desired flavour and extraction. Here are some common coffee grind sizes and the brewing methods they are typically used for:

Coffee for French Press, Cafetière, Cold Brew & Percolator

Grind Size: Coarse

Description: Coarse grind has larger coffee particles, similar to sea salt or rough sand.

Brewing Methods: French press, Cafetière, cold brew, percolator.

Coffee for Chemex, Clever Dripper, Cafe Solo Brewer

Grind Size: Medium-Coarse

Description: Medium-coarse grind has particles slightly smaller than coarse grind, resembling rough sand or kosher salt.

Brewing Methods: Chemex, Clever Dripper, Cafe Solo Brewer

Coffee for Aeropress, Hario V60 & Pour-over Brewers

Grind Size: Medium

Description: Medium grind has a texture similar to granulated sugar.

Brewing Methods: Drip coffee makers (with flat-bottom filters), pour-over brewers (e.g., Hario V60), Aeropress (with specific recipes).

Coffee for Drip Coffee Makers & Siphon Brewers

Grind Size: Medium-Fine

Description: Medium-fine grind is finer than granulated sugar but coarser than table salt.

Brewing Methods: Drip coffee makers (with cone-shaped filters), Aeropress (with specific recipes), Siphon brewers.

Coffee for Espresso Machines & Moka Pots

Grind Size: Fine

Description: Fine grind has a texture similar to table salt.

Brewing Methods: Espresso machines, Moka pot (stovetop espresso maker).

Coffee for Turkish Coffee

Grind Size: Extra-Fine

Description: Extra-fine grind has very fine particles, similar to flour or powdered sugar.

Brewing Methods: Turkish coffee (boiled with water and coffee grounds).

It's important to match the grind size to the specific brewing method to optimize the extraction process. Using the correct grind size ensures that water passes through the coffee grounds at the appropriate rate, extracting the desired flavours and avoiding over-extraction or under-extraction.

Remember that the grind size can also be adjusted based on personal preference. For example, some espresso enthusiasts prefer a finer grind to achieve a richer flavour, while others may prefer a coarser grind for a milder taste. Experimenting with different grind sizes and brewing techniques can lead to discovering the perfect cup of coffee tailored to individual preferences.