Last week you asked me to research some great Irish coffee brands. I’m not a coffee connoisseur but I have researched the virtual world and numerous reviews to bring you the best that Ireland has to offer. It is clear that we have some fantastic coffee brands right on our doorstep and so really have no excuse not to support Irish when it comes to the perfect blend.
It is estimated that over €4 billion was spent by Irish consumers on International online stores last year. My mission with this ‘Support Irish’ series is to showcase the best that Irish retail has to offer while educating consumers and making it simple and easy for you to support local businesses.
I had no trouble whatsoever in finding this list of great Irish coffee brands and I’m sure there are other great brands that I have missed along the way. Here are my top 10:
Badger & Dodo
Cork based business Badger & Dodo is one of Ireland’s fastest growing coffee brands. Their online store offers a great range of coffee, tea, equipment and a coffee subscription service. To view the range – VISIT WEBSITE
Bear Market Coffee
Bear Market Coffee was founded by Stephen & Ruth Deasy. The business is based in Dublin and the great online store offers coffee, merchandise, equipment and reusable cups. To learn more – VISIT WEBSITE
Bell Lane is an award winning coffee roasters based in Mullingar, Co Westmeath. They offer a great range of coffee, merchandise and equipment. To view the range – VISIT WEBSITE
Farmhand Coffee is based in Dublin. Their online store offers a range of coffee, tea and roasting equipment. To learn more – VISIT WEBSITE
Dublin business Fixx Coffee, specialise in Cuban coffee but also offer a great range of international offerings on their user friendly website. To view their award winning range – VISIT WEBSITE
Frank and Honest
Frank and Honest is definitely one of Ireland’s best known coffee brands and is available from numerous stockists nationwide. They do not sell coffee on their website.
Imbibe is a Dublin based business with a huge focus on sustainability. Furthermore a portion of all sales are donated to Women’s Aid in Ireland and projects in coffee-producing countries. To view the range – VISIT WEBSITE
Cork based business Soma offers a great online store with their great variety of coffees, coffee equipment, testing boxes and a subscription service. To find out more – VISIT WEBSITE
Velo Coffee Roasters was established in 2017, in a Cork City centre café. In the space of a few years they have been stocked in Aldi and SuperValu. The online store offers coffee, equipment and a subscription service. To view the range – VISIT WEBSITE
In 2008 Colin Harmon made a big career change to follow his love of coffee and founded 3fe. The Dublin based online store offers a range of coffee, equipment and a coffee subscription service. To view more – VISIT WEBSITE
As mentioned I was really impressed when researching this post at the very high standard of Irish coffee offerings so we really have no excuse not to support Irish when it comes to the perfect cuppa. And this was just a taster. Are there other great Irish coffee brands that I have left out? Have you a great experience with one of these businesses that you can share? I would love to hear from you so that we can all ‘Support Irish’ together.
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