Primo Coffee Beans

A variety of beans sourced from around the world combine to create a well-balanced coffee that has citrus on the tongue and a lovely chocolate aftertaste.

Grouped product items
Product Name Price Qty
6 x 1kg (COF03)
£78.00 £78.00
1kg (COF03A)
£13.50 £13.50


Primo Coffee Beans World Map

A real global blend, our Primo espresso blend has a unique and satisfying flavour that captures it's multiple origins.

At the fore you'll find some lovely citrus notes from South America that wash away to reveal a lovely, dark chocolate finish that's indicative of the Indonesian arabica and Ethiopian Mocha that forms part of the blend.

A versatile blend, Primo is great all-round coffeeshop workhorse.

Brazil Santos Fine Cup Arabica

Santos Fine Cup Arabica comes from some of the most well-known coffee-growing regions in Brazil, including Minas Gerais and Sao Paulo State.

As the world's largest producer, money has been invested into the coffee industry which has allowed farmers, cooperatives and producers alike to make use of modern technology and state of the art farming, picking and processing methods which has resulted in a great increase of quality in recent years. This Fine Cup graded arabica is extremely consistent and is noted for its sweetness.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: Various
  • Growing Altitude: 1,200m+
  • Growing Method: Full sun
  • Processing Method: Pulped Natural

Colombian Medellin Excelso Arabica

Grown by the COSURCA cooperative, this delightful Colombian arabica, grown at altitude in nutrient rich soil, brings a lovely caramel sweetness to the blend.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: COSURCA
  • Growing Altitude: 1,200m+
  • Growing Method: Shade Grown
  • Processing Method: Washed

Sumatra Blue Lintong Arabica

An extremely bold coffee that adds depth and body to the Primo blend, this Blue Lington arabica is sourced from fields and plantations that are near to the city of Takengon in the far north of the Indonesian.

Shielded from the harsh sunlight by natural canopies and grown at altitudes in excess of 1,000m, this Sumatran arabica is deep, bold and especially beautifully.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: PPKGO Cooperative
  • Growing Altitude: 1,000m+
  • Growing Method: Shade Grown
  • Processing Method: Washed

Ethiopian Mocha Djimmah Arabica

Straight from the home of coffee, Ethiopia, this high grade Djimmah arabica brings about a bundle of chocolate to the blend and is responsible for Primo's signature dark chocolate aftertaste.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: Various smallholders
  • Growing Altitude: 1,000m+
  • Growing Method: Mixture of shade grown and full sun
  • Processing Method: Natural

Indian Plantation A Mysore Arabica

Grown on the Badra Estate, a well-known and recognised plantation estate in the Karnataka region of India, near the city of Bangalore, this Mysore arabica is mild, creamy and has notes of marzipan and vanilla in its finish. Favoured by many blenders and often sold as a stand-alone coffee, this Indian arabica brings depth, a touch of sweetness, and smoothness to the blend.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter – Badra Estate
  • Growing Altitude – 1200m+
  • Growing Method – Shade Grown
  • Processing Method – Washed (some Honey Processed)

Ugandan Screen 18 Robusta

Lastly, the Ugandan Screen 18 Robusta is added to add both depth and body to the blend. A high quality robusta sourced from the shores of Lake Victoria, Screen 18 is grown underneath the hot African sun where it develops an agreeable flavour profile that makes it a favourite of many a specialist coffee roaster.


  • Estate/Cooperative/Exporter: Various
  • Growing Altitude: Sea level to 1,000m
  • Growing Method: Full Sun
  • Processing Method: Natural


A rich full-bodied espresso, with notes of milk chocolate, cream and hazelnut. Well-balanced with subtle citrus acidity, nutty sweetness and a cocoa bitterness.

A darker roast makes this an ideal coffee to create a large full flavoured milky drink or an intense espresso.

Brewing Info

  • Ideal Brew Temperature – 92–94 degrees
  • Brewing Notes – A complex blend that needs to be brewed spot on to make the most of its many flavours. Try pulling shots longer for a smoother taste, or tighter for a more intense one.