Coffee Beans

Our Coffee

Arise® is specialist in coffee making in London, our coffee is superior. This is what our customers and comments tell us. We are committed to sourcing, roasting, grinding, brewing our coffee. Each step is essential in defining what the coffee will taste like.

  • Sourcing:       We source from the world, selecting Arabic grade one bean, and make sure we purchase the best coffee beans. 

  • Roasting:       We roast quality coffee by traditional artisan methods in small batches with low temperature so that each coffee varietal can be individually treated to raise its own unique flavour characteristics.

  • Grinding:        As several different grind levels will give a distinct aroma and flavour of coffee, we grind coffee beans just before brewing.

  • Brewing:        We pay special attention to every moment in the process to achieve the best final product of our coffee.

We take great pride in serving our house signature blend and honestly believe that our customers' every experience should be remarkable. We roast coffee by hands and deliver it at peak freshness! Every blend and single-origin coffee we roast is hand-crafted crafted with the best tasting.


February 2021

Coffee Selection


Ethiopia. Yirgacheffe. Beloya.
Grade 1.

Cupping notes

Honeysuckle, elderflower and rose lead the way in this delicately floral coffee, with fruit structure coming from blackberry, orange, and passionfruit

Process     Washed

Altitude.    1699 - 1719m

Harvest.     November - February

Flavour.     Blackberry, Elderflower, Floral, Honeysuckle, Orange, Rose

SCA score. 87.25

Varietal.     Dega, Kudhume, Wolisho


Guatemala Pena Roja

Cupping notes

Gentle florals of pea and honeysuckle backed up with peach and melon add layers to the expected toffee and milk chocolate.

Producer  Fedecocagua 

SCA score 85.25

Process Varietal

Washed Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, San Ramon


1400 - 1700m



Roasting Coffee
Coffee on Table

Colombia Pico de Aguila

Apple Caramel Chocolate, Orange

Process Fully Washed

Harvest October-DecemberSCA score 84.25

Varietal Colombia, Caturra, Typica

Altitude 1500-1850 metres above sea level

Kenya AA Acacias



Multicolor Coffees
Image by Nathan Dumlao

Brazil Cerrado

Cupping notes

Absolutely classic ‘Brazil’ flavours; chocolate, caramel, nuts.
SMC - Comercial e Exportadora de Café S/A
Screen size
950 - 1200m
May - August
October - September
Caramel, Chocolate, Creamy, Nutty, Sweet
SCA score
Bourbon, Catuai, Mundo Novo, Various



House Swiss Water Decaf Blend

60% Guatemela SHB
40% Ethiopia Sidamo

Cupping notes

Custard Cream biscuits, combining with caramel and chocolate, a pleasant background of forest fruits.

Producer Swiss Water Decaf                      

Process Natural, Swiss Water Decaf      

Altitude 1600 - 1900m                                

Altitude 1100 -1600m

Harvest November – January                    

Harvest November - March

Flavour                                                        Caramel, Chocolate, Nutty  Chocolate, 

Creamy, Forest Fruits, Lime

SCA score 82                                                              

Varietal Heirloom Caturra, Pache, Typical


Cupping notes

Caramel, Black tea, bergamot, candyfloss

Origin  Costa Rica Hermosa

Process Washed and Honey

Harvest December-March

Flavour Candyfloss, Black Tea, Caramel, Peach

SCA score 85

Varietal Catuai, Caturra

Altitude 1500-1800 metres above sea level


El Salvador San Ernesto
Cupping notes      
Caramel, Dark chocolate, Maple syrup, Toffee

Producer   Urrutia's Estate Coffee S.A. de C.V.    


SCA score    82.5           Process Washed                           

Varietal. Bourbon, Pacas

Altitude 1100m                                                        

Certification Rainforest Alliance

£ 6.00/ 250g


Rwanda KCRS Womens’ Cooperative

Our interpretation of the 'Jewels of Rwanda'. A startlingly good washed coffee from a relative newcomer. The all-female KCRS co-operative was established with the help of Jacquie from Kinini who has also assisted with training best practice farming methods -- some years later these women are now expert coffee farmers... and we think this is a very good example of premium washed Rwanda with easy to identify red-currants over chocolate.

Cupping notes

Chocolate, rosehip, gooseberry, black tea, grapes. Syrupy, clean, crisp.




Fully washed


1800 - 2500m


March - July


Black tea, Chocolate, Gooseberry, Grapes, Rose

SCA score





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