Roastworks Coffee Co
Roastworks Coffee Co., the independent speciality coffee roaster based in Devon, has this week launched five items for the first time into a national retailer – Waitrose.
The new listing features their new Nespresso® compatible capsules (in three different varieties: Kenya, Sumatra and The Espresso) (RRP £4.99) alongside their artisan Espresso Beans and Espresso Ground Coffee (RRP £5.49).
The Nespresso® compatible capsules consist of speciality coffees which are roasted in a way to highlight their intrinsic qualities imparted by different growing regions, varietals and processing methods.
This is the first time ever a UK supermarket has stocked so called ‘third wave’ speciality coffee Nespresso® compatible capsules.
Will Little, owner and founder of Roastworks says, ‘It’s been our mission to redefine the standard of consumer coffee since we launched three years ago. We see this launch as our first major step in achieving this. The Nespresso brew technology is actually really successful for speciality coffee and it opens the door to millions of potential home users. We’ve dedicated the last year to creating what we think are the perfect Nespresso® compatible capsules – ones that really highlight what makes speciality coffee special. We are excited that Waitrose is supporting our efforts and they’re the first supermarket in the whole of the UK to stock speciality Nespresso® compatible capsules.’
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Started three years ago by husband and wife team, Will and Caroline Little, Roastworks’ mission is to redefine the standard of consumer coffee. The independent coffee roasting company based in Devon believes speciality coffee should to be accessible to everyone and their range consist of exceptional coffees which are roasted in a way to highlight their intrinsic qualities imparted by different growing regions, varietals and processing methods. The company roast all their coffees on a vintage German drum roaster and are part of the ‘third wave’ coffee movement which encourages people to view coffee as an artisan ingredient, much like wine.