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Here are just a few places where you’ll find our coffee, both to drink and to buy.  Listed by proximity to HQ…closest at the top.  We’ll keep adding to the list….

Oliver’s Coffee House.  A fantastic range of home-made cakes and goodies to go with excellent coffee in Sherborne’s most established coffee house at the top of Cheap Street.  Lots of space and parking at the rear.

Sabins.  Hound Street, Sherborne. A wonderful deli, just off Cheap Street.  Sabins stock our full range of coffee and will grind your beans to order, just let them know how you brew your coffee.

Charlton Horethorn Village Stores,  DT9 4NL. A proper village shop just off the B3145 Sherborne-Wincanton Road.  A wide range of our coffees stocked, and if you feel like a cup, just pop next door to the Kings Arms Country Hotel.

Kings Arms Country Hotel: Next door to Charlton Horethorne Village stores.  A family run gem, superb food from the kitchen headed up by Sarah Lethbridge whilst husband Tony takes care of making sure that the rest of the establishment runs like clockwork.

Holebrooks Fine Foods. Sturminster Newton.  Another stockist of our beans ready to be ground to order for those slightly further afield in Dorset.  A wonderful shop in the heart of the town.

Moreton Tea Rooms.  Voted Dorsets Best Tea Rooms for several years on the trot. Bikers heaven (whether motorised or not), this old school house near Bovington is a mecca for followers of T.E Laurence, serves excellent coffee and tea all day, seven days a week and is open selected evenings for Bistro meals -which will only be superb as Gordy is a truly excellent chef.

Wellington Farm Shop.  Deservedly voted ‘Hampshires Best Farm Shop’ of 2012.  The Cafe, producer of life-giving home-made scones and perfect burgers, is an essential visit for anyone heading up the A33 from Basingstoke. Otherwise an easy drop-in from the M4 at junction 11 if you want salvation from the horrors of Reading Services. The excellent Shop, Deli and Butchery sell a wide range of speciality goods, stocking our range in Wholebean – ground fresh to order to suit your method of brew.

Tomtom Coffee House. Elizabeth Street, London SW1. Tom and I have worked in close partnership over the past few years as he’s created this little English treasure in the heart of Belgravia as the sister to Tomtom Cigars just up the street.  Superb coffee and food all day, but also fully licenced, so a great place to sit out and enjoy a cool beer with a cigar later on.  Tomtom sells our range of Origins, ground to order, of course, but also available by the cup as individual filter brews.

A few others, serving our coffee as drinks:

Honeybuns: Great coffee at the Bee Shack, and the perfect, gluten free, munchies to go with it

Gliffaes Country House Hotel:  Crickhowell, Powys. Old friends, James and Susie Suter run this beautiful family hotel in this most accessible part of Wales.  Fishermans dream, but also a great stopover if you’re heading up to the North.

The Scott Arms, Kingston: …not Jamaica, we don’t reach beyond the BVI at the moment! Simon and brother Ian Coppack’s excellent Pub restaurant that offers a stunning view of Corfe Castle.  Perfect barbeque lunches on the terrace and a great Cappuccino to boot.

Waypoint Digital Marketing, You won’t be able to buy coffee from Waypoint but they do a mean website. Adam runs his own digital marketing consultancy for SME’s based in Winchester and has helped us put together our new branding and website..