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Glasgow Coffee Festival. Back on May 8th of this year, we (Coffee Roasters Scotland) attend the Glasgow Coffee Festival as nothing more than passionate coffee enthusiasts! During our visits we spoke to people from all backgrounds and businesses, but one really stayed with us. This was Josh, part-owner of a dairy alternative... read more
Wholesale Coffee Blends Scotland. Here we discuss the creation of our G78 Blend. Myself and Marc, two local lads from 'up the hill and down the hill', that is Neilston and Barrhead. We have drank enough flat whites in the area, decided to tap into our locality and produce our own 'G78... read more
Wholesale Single Origin Coffee Scotland; Our best sellers are on tour! RamBeans best-sellers embarked on a mini-tour in March. We've joined forces with Suzi at SunshineNumber1 in Mount Florida. SunshineNumber1 is a southside Glasgow independent art, gift, and greeting card store. Designers from Scotland created all of their products. Suzi Nicol, an art... read more
Speciality Single Origin Coffee Scotland! Meeting the owner of Carribean Goods. Back in April, We had the pleasure of meeting Javier Gutiérrez Abril and his staff. You may be wondering who Javier is? Javier is a Guatemalan gentleman who moved to Glasgow in 2017 to study finance at Strathclyde University. While in Glasgow, Javier... read more
The Creation of our Smugglers Blend and History of Coffee in Scotland. Seeking inspiration for our blend we looked back at the history of coffee in Scotland. We wanted to create a blend that takes people on a journey, but a blend that is suitable for Wholesale Coffee Scotland and using... read more
Micro Batch Coffee Micro Batch Coffee lover, Raymond featured in the Barrhead News After establishing a coffee roasting business in Neilston, an entrepreneur is happily grinding out a living. Raymond Kerr first became acquainted with the popular brew while visiting his half-sister in Australia in 2012/13. However, it was during one of... read more