Assembly Wholesale Offering


The curation of our coffee catalogue is driven by purpose and impact. Every coffee is sourced with the ambition to create value for stakeholders and surface more sincere narratives for the speciality movement. Our partnerships with producers are founded on collaboration at origin across multi-year projects.


The seasonal Assembly House Espresso is always the ultimate expression of terroir, diversity and producer expertise. The Assembly Espresso Blend is our continuous refinement of texture, mouthfeel and body. Our Selected Espressos are sourced for both espresso and filter brewing, and are for the baristas who want to take their dialling-in expertise to the next level.


In our Elevated Brewing range you'll find a regular rotation of vibrant, complex single origins that explore the nuance and diversity of taste by highlighting the flavour potential of coffee.


Assembly Limited Edition coffees showcase unique examples of flavour experience that purposefully rework existing frameworks for quality and preconceived notions of value.


These espresso coffees are designed for your house hopper. Enjoy the seasonal House Espresso, the consistently classic Espresso Blend, or something a bit more unconventional altogether with one of our Selected Espressos.

Assembly House Espresso
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Assembly House Espresso


  • Producer — Finca Santa Teresa

    Region — Santa Clara, Panama

    Process — Natural

    Varietals — Caturra, Catuai

    Altitude — 1400-1600 masl

Our rotating seasonal House Espresso is the clearest demonstration of the value we create for producers, our wholesale partners, and their customers. We source it to celebrate the diversity of coffee. We use it to define what quality coffee is, and what that means to everyone in the supply chain.


By rotating the coffee throughout the year, we make accessible multiple premium coffees at competitive prices. And by working closely with the same producers over multi-year contracts, not only do we deliver consistent impact, we’re constantly refining and improving to dial in on the formula for the perfect espresso.


There are only so many farms in the world that can produce 40, 50, 60 tonnes of premium-quality coffee for a consistent, year-round house espresso. We’ve engineered the Assembly House Espresso to create value for smaller farms, meaning the buying power driven by our wholesale customers has an impact across a much wider diversity of producers and regions.


In the cup, the House Espresso is always the ultimate expression of the terroir in which it was produced. It is sticky, sweet, dense. Its acidity is pronounced but not overpowering - the mark of a contemporary espresso designed to be enjoyed with or without milk.


This season’s coffee is a unique Assembly-exclusive blend of seven Caturra and Catuai microlots from Panamanian farm Finca Santa Teresa. 

Rum + Chocolate Cake + Dense

200g
1kg
2kg
£6.5
£19
£36
Assembly Espresso Blend
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Assembly Espresso Blend


  • Brazil – Fazendia Mio
  • Costa Rica – Aquieres Estate
  • Ethiopia – Sewana

The very first iteration of the Assembly Espresso Blend was sourced in collaboration with 12 Assembly wholesale partners. This initial project gave us the formula for achieving the full body, muted acidity, and rich, sweet flavour profile a blend should deliver.


The Blend has evolved from being the result of a collective journey to identify its optimal component parts, to a harmonisation of the coffees from the producer network that supplies the Assembly House Espresso.


The components of the Blend are are always a Brazilian coffee for body, an Ethiopian coffee for fruit notes, and a Central American coffee for acidity.


In the cup, the Blend is balanced, viscous and rich. It’s a consistent espresso constantly refined via our tight-knit producer partnerships and the product development they enable.

Hazelnut + Banoffee Pie + Viscous

200g
1kg
2kg
£6.2
£19
£34
Assembly Decaf
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Assembly Decaf


  • Producer — El Carmen, Colombia
  • Region — Pitalito, Huila
  • Process — Sugar Cane Decaffeination
  • Altitude — 1400 - 2100 masl

The Assembly Decaf is produced in Huila region, southern Colombia by farmers and producers from Raw Material's El Carmen project. The decaffeination plant for this coffee is located in Manizales - a city situated in the mountainous coffee-growing region of western Colombia.


A sugar cane decaffeination process is used to strip the coffee of its caffeine content. This process utilises naturally derived ethyl acetate (a byproduct from refining sugar cane), diluted with local spring water. This then attaches itself to substances of a particular molecular weight, including caffeine, to decaffeinate the coffee without hindering its natural complexities and flavour compounds.

Milk chocolate + Cherry + Sweet

200g
1kg
2kg
£8
£24
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Our Selected Espressos are coffees for baristas keen on sharing with their customers a differentiated, unique espresso experience. We’ve sourced and roasted these coffees to be optimised for filter brewing, too.

Colombia — William Cruz
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Colombia — William Cruz


  • Farmer — William Cruz 

  • Region — Colombia
    Process — Washed 

  • Varietals — Pink Bourbon 

  • Altitude — 1400 - 1600 masl 

You’ll find William Cruz’s Finca Jericó in the village of Los Angeles, Huila, southern Colombia. The farm’s six year-old Pink Bourbon trees are producing show-stopping coffees. 

Rose + Dates + Tea like 

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.3
£21
£42
Panama — Jemima
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Panama — Jemima


  • Farmers — Finca Santa Teresa 

    Altitude — 1500 masl 

  • Region — Santa Clara, Panama 

  • Process — Natural
    Varietals — Catuai

Coffees from Finca Santa Teresa typically provide memorable taste experiences. This natural Catuai has distinct blackberry and chamomile tea notes that do indeed linger long in the memory. 

Chamomile Tea + Elderflower + Rich 

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.3
£21
£42

Here you'll find a regular rotation of vibrant, complex single origins that explore the nuance and diversity of taste by highlighting the flavour potential of coffee. These coffees are either nutty and chocolatey, full of fresh fruits and florals, or rich and boozy.


While they are sourced primarily for filter brewing, with some considered touch and taste the inquisitive barista could create a memorable taste experience by running them on espresso.


The latest release is the Toby Lot 8 from Finca Santa Teresa. Available in 200g and 1kg.

Peru — Joyser Ramirez Lot 1
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Peru — Joyser Ramirez Lot 1


  • Producer — Joyser Ramirez

    Region — Jaen Province, Peru

    Varietal — Catuai

    Terroir — 1600 masl, semi-tropical climate, loamy sandy soil

    Process — Natural

Don Ramirez has been growing coffee on El Chirimoyo in Jaen province for close to a decade. His naturally-processed lots are hand sorted, rinsed and then dried in low-cost, high-impact solar dryers.

Dark rum + Red berries + Viscous

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.2
£27
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Colombia — William Cruz
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Colombia — William Cruz


  • Farmer — William Cruz 

  • Region — Colombia
    Process — Traditional Washed 

  • Varietals — Pink Bourbon 

  • Altitude — 1400 - 1600 masl 

You’ll find William Cruz’s Finca Jericó in the village of Los Angeles, Huila, southern Colombia. The farm’s six year-old Pink Bourbon trees are producing show-stopping coffees. 

Rose + Dates + Tea like 

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.3
£21
£42
Panama — Jemima
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Panama — Jemima


  • Farmers — Finca Santa Teresa 

    Altitude — 1500 masl 

  • Region — Santa Clara, Panama 

  • Process — Natural
    Varietals — Catuai

Coffees from Finca Santa Teresa typically provide memorable taste experiences. This natural Catuai has distinct blackberry and chamomile tea notes that do indeed linger long in the memory. 

Chamomile Tea + Elderflower + Rich 

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.3
£21
£42
El Salvador — La Borbonera
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El Salvador - La Borbonera


  • Farmer — Rodolfo Ruffatti at Finca El Salvador
  • Region — Apaneca-Ilamatepec mountain range
  • Terroir — 1700 masl, tropical climate
  • Process — Natural
  • Varietal — 80 year-old Bourbon

Rodolfo Ruffatti inherited his father's farm and discovered 80 year-old Bourbon coffee plants. In his own words, La Borbonera "is juicier than the younger Bourbon from the farm, with more vibrant acidity."

Chocolate + Red fruits + Vibrant

200g
1kg
2kg
£8
£28
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Panama — Toby Lot 8
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Panama — Toby Lot 8


  • Producer — Finca Santa Teresa
    Region — Santa Clara, Renacimiento
    Varietal — Catuai
    Terroir — 1500-1600 masl, 23-31 degrees Celcius, tropical maritime climate
    Process — Natural

Panama’s tropical maritime climate provides the optimum conditions for growing coffee and this is yet another sweet, complex, fruit-filled lot from Finca Santa Teresa.

Dark cherry + Hibiscus + Luscious

200g
1kg
2kg
£7.3
£21
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Assembly Limited Edition coffees showcase unique examples of flavour experience that purposefully rework existing frameworks for quality and preconceived notions of value. It’s here that we define what quality in the specialty coffee industry really means, and how it’s communicated. 
Edgar Robinson Conilon
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Edgar Robinson Conilon


  • Farmer — Edgar Robinson
  • Origin — Brazil
  • Region — Espirito Santo
  • Process — Natural, Carbonic maceration
  • Varietal — Conilon
  • Altitude — 1000 masl

As we all know, earth's climate is changing rapidly and the damage done to the planet has never been more obvious with increasingly frequent extreme weather events, shifting seasons and the damning research reports that make sense of them.


 As a direct result, it is projected that 50% of the land currently suited to growing coffee could be lost by 2050.


Professor Lucas Louzada and his team at Instituto Federal do Espírito Santo have spent eight years refining the process for increasing the quality of Conilon - a genetic group of Canephora coffee. It is proposed that high-quality Conilon can be used to supplement less resilient Arabica varietals and their decreasing yield being driven by the changing climate.


This Limited Edition includes two separate lots of Conilon from Edgar Robinson - a producer whose farm was utilised as a base for the Institute's long-term research and programme rollout in 2021.

Cacao+ Orange Peel + Rich

300g
1kg
2kg
£25
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Yemen — Ali Alsuwaidi Yemenia
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Yemen — Ali Alsuwaidi Yemenia


    • Producer — Ali Alsuwaidi
    • Origin — Yemen
    • Region — Haraaz, Sana'a
    • Terroir — 1700-1800 masl, 21-24 degrees Celcius, semi-desert climate
    • Process — Alchemy double fermentation*
    • Genetic group — Yemenia

The discovery of Yemenia doesn’t just mean one new coffee variety - it opens up an entire ocean of genetic possibilities and characteristics that could shape the future of the coffee world.


Yemen’s climate is tough. Low rainfall, high air temperatures, rugged terrain. It’s the driest, hottest coffee growing terroir on the planet. It is said that its climate today resembles the climate change-impacted environments of coffee growing regions we’ll see in the near future.


And yet Yemenia is flourishing, but how? It is known that coffees originating in Ethiopia before landing in Yemen underwent one of the toughest and most rapid domestication processes in the history of the plant kingdom. Natural selection ensured that only the hardiest trees would survive.


With a history of successful domestication in harsh conditions, this resilient group of varieties could play a key role for an industry gravely threatened by the climate emergency.

Blood orange + Lime + Juicy

200g
1kg
2kg
£60
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The catalogue is also available below to view and download as a PDF. We offer 48-hour working day delivery (UK). Orders placed after 5pm on a Wednesday will be dispatched the following Monday.


You can place an order by emailing orders@assemblycoffee.co.uk or, if you're an existing customer, via our ordering portal.