Coffee Market & Brexit

As many of you will have noticed, the aftermath of ‘Brexit’ is now in full swing. But what does this mean for coffee? Coffee is traded in dollars. With the pound weakening, we now have to pay more for our green coffee. We have tried our best to soak up any price increases at our end, but unfortunately, the time has come where we can now no longer avoid a price increase. We have done our best to make sure increases are as minimal as possible, but we are not willing to drop our quality of coffee offering by buying cheaper, inferior coffees, we hope you understand.

Thank you for your custom from 2016, what a fantastic year it was and some truly amazing and individual coffees have graced our hard working Probat roaster. We are looking forward to another fantastic year of roasting and keep your eyes peeled – we will soon have a number of exciting and special new coffees available!

Jonnie Drake
Jonnie Drake

<p>Head Roaster & Barista Trainer at Casa Espresso.</p>

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