Brad Wright has introduced cafes all over the UK to the ultimate Linton House coffee experience
Linton House Coffee is a family business with years of experience delighting customers with top quality coffee.
In fact, sourcing the best possible coffee beans for our own cafes in Suffolk has been our mission for more than a decade now.
We are always looking for the perfect balance between the smooth and complex flavours for excellent espresso, and the rich and punchy notes essential for the very best latte and cappuccino.
Roasted in small batches in the UK, all of our coffees are fresh and consistent.
We have a range of three; an excellent blended all-rounder, a 100% Arabica and a 100% Rainforest Alliance. Any one of the three has strength, depth of flavour and versatility.
And for every kilo of coffee we sell we donate to our carefully chosen growers’ charities, helping coffee farming communities in central and south America.
Are you a cafe owner? Then we'll be delighted to provide samples of all three of our classy coffees, so why not give me a call today to find out more.
We donate a proportion of the price of all of our coffees to grower support charities, such as Project Waterfall which brings clean water, sanitation and education to coffee-growing communities across the world. Access to clean water changes everything. Child mortality rates drop. Girls can spend more time in school. Women can start their own businesses. And dignity is restored to communities.
We also encourage all of our customers to help conserve rain forests by choosing our range-topping King Edmund coffee, which is 100% Rainforest Alliance certified.
The Rainforest Alliance uses a comprehensive range of strategies to conserve forests around the world. Its conservation partners include indigenous forest communities, governments, civil society organisations and companies committed to responsible sourcing. Together, they have helped prevent the deforestation of nearly 4.4 million hectares in high-risk landscapes and forest frontiers.
Forests are critical to the survival of every living thing on Earth. Forests clean the air, absorb greenhouse gas emissions, and stabilise the climate—both globally and locally. Forests also provide habitat for 80 percent of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity and livelihoods for 1.6 billion people.
Our King Edmund arabica coffee is also 100% Rainforest Alliance certified