Here at Inverness Coffee Roasting Co we are passionate about the craft of roasting coffee beans by tasting and nurturing flavours that can be captured for our quality coffees. We also research coffee regions and choose ethically sourced green beans. This is because sustainable coffee farms and their communities, along with quality and conservation, are of real interest to us – we aim to offer you all round excellence throughout the journey, from the high lands where the coffee beans grow, to the Highlands of Scotland where they are being roasted and delivered to you fresh and rich in flavour.
Most coffee is grown at high altitude and our signature roast is the Highland Roast, so named because it is grown in High Lands and then roasted in the Highlands.
Coffee of the Month
There are many delicious premium coffees and so “Coffee of the Month” means you not only get to know about them you also get the opportunity to taste them. If you like you can sign up to Coffee Club and have 3 or 6 months of mystery coffee delivered to your door.
COFFEE OF THE MONTH
Process – Washed
The Coffee Baron’s wife loved this cause it smelled and tasted chocolaty and nutty (just like her). Lovely Flo thinks its best served filtered or in the cafetiere.
For the aficionados out there, the flavour is “bright, spicy and winy with citrus and floral notes”
These beans come from Limmu Coffee Farm in the Oromia Regional State (or “Aromia” as we’ve taken to calling it) Limmu farm supports the livelihood of some 40,000 citizens, providing social, economic services for employees and their families like housing, schooling, health services, potable water, electricity and recreational facilities free of charge. Ample rainfall, higher altitudes, agro ecology where the coffee trees are allowed to grow luxuriously under shade, and the reddish soil with pH values from 4.5 to 5.8 result in this unique, full-bodied and pointedly acidic brew. Hope you love this as much as we do.
Mon – Sat 10:00am – 5:30pm. Sun: closed all day
Sourcing Policy: This shop buys raw beans from the direct importers who, buy from source growers who respect the rights of their workers and who co-operate with agencies working to preserve the natural environment such as the Rainforest Association.