Our freshly roasted coffee is available in places we know and love.

From our online coffee shop you can now get your favourite Welsh coffee delivered straight for your door. Monthly or Bi-Weekly coffee subscriptions can be now be set up for your favorite beans.  Whether you have a penchant for medium roast or dark roast, a preference for raw coffee beans or freshly ground coffee, we stock it all. Find the perfect coffee for you below....

"Good coffee is a blend of art and science - it's alchemy..."

Black Mountain Roast is crafted by coffee-lovers in the foothills
of the mountains, in Hay-on-Wye, Wales.

We use a cutting-edge Probat roaster in our magical barn to create small batches of
freshly roasted Welsh coffee, ethically-sourced from around the world.

Our coffee is a world away from the often bland and stale coffee you'll find on supermarket shelves.
Only available in places we know and love.We offer free delivery for local coffee shops, delis, restaurants and hotels.
Regular drinker or coffee fanatic? You can now add recurring online coffee orders to any and all our roasts. Your account lets you set how often, how much and what.
Check it out right with our full range 
here.

Buy now for fixed price delivery at £3.00 per order and taste the difference!

Interested in becoming a supplier?

We work with some fantastic coffee shops currently and we are always keen to work with more likeminded coffee lovers

An update from the Black Mountain Roast team

We are ready to work with either you or your business – whether you run a small B&B or a large restaurant, own a grocery shop or just really l...

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Poetry

One of our customers, Emma van Woerkom, enjoyed our Kenya AA-grade coffee so much she was inspired to scribe this wonderful ditty about coffee.We c...

Why Fairtrade isn’t fair enough.

Did you know that only 30% of coffee grown as Fairtrade is actually sold at Fairtrade prices? Also the set-price of Fairtrade beans can sometimes be less than farmers selling outside of the scheme.