We are open and we really appreciate any orders from you at the moment, thank you!
Collections from our premises are now no longer available as per government instructions however we can still deliver to you!
We are following strict government guidelines to ensure your products from us arrive safely. Coffee is roasted at a temperature that kills bacteria and viruses including Corona C-19. Coffee beans and ground coffee are not touched by our team.
The virus does not survive long on dry / impervious surfaces. We recommend to wipe down the outside of the box when it arrives with antibacterial wipes just in case.
Why we are still open
All our staff are at home at the moment to stop any spread of the virus. Orders are fullfilled by Youri (owner) and Samantha (owner) only.
We have many customers who are serving key workers and they rely on us to supply them with what we call essential coffee.
Our stocks are a little limited at the moment, we hope you can appreciate that we must keep stock levels low at the moment to avoid coffee going stale. The webshop will tell you when a product is out of stock.
Checking your brewing recipe throughout the day is very important. Coffee reacts with the environment and will therefore grind slightly different throughout the day. For example, leaving your beans in the hopper all day will most likely mean they will grind coarser later on in the day.
If you do not check the extraction throughout the day then you may find the flavour being slightly inconsistent and we all know that delivering a consistent delicious coffee is very important to everybody.
Baristas should therefore perform a so called espresso extraction check. This can be done at various points throughout the day. Keeping a log can really help and is quite important. We have made an example sheet for you.
Limini CoffeeThe Roastery
We welcome visitors! Whether you are collecting coffee or wanting a chat over a cup of Limini.
All we ask is that you please let us know you are coming in advance.
Monday - Friday | 09:00 - 16:30
Closed bank holidays