We are delighted to announce our Bristol Twenty Barista Hot Chocolate is now available to buy! It is made with a rich 33% West African cocoa, this European-style hot chocolate promises a deep, dark, and indulgent flavour profile.
Inspired by Festive Flavours Christmas at Bristol Twenty The countdown to Christmas is on! At Bristol Twenty Coffee Company we have the perfect selection of drinks for you to enjoy this Christmas season. Try our fruity and spiced teas or indulge in these festive hot drink recipes. [...]
Everything You Need to Know About Single-Origin Coffee What is Single-Origin Coffee? If you're a coffee lover, you've likely heard the term ‘single-origin coffee’. But what exactly does it mean, and where does it come from? Single-origin coffee refers to coffee beans that are sourced from a [...]
Understanding Cocoa Percentages with Zuma Drinks This week is Chocolate Week! As we celebrate Chocolate Week, this month we have delved into the world of cocoa percentages and what they mean on our favourite Zuma drinks. Cocoa percentages are found on the packaging of cocoa products, indicating [...]
What does 'organic' and 'rainforest alliance certified' mean when it comes to coffee? September is Organic Month This month is Organic Month, a dedicated campaign honouring the positive impact of organic practices on climate, nature, and health. Here at Bristol Twenty Coffee company, we take pride in [...]
Plant Based Powders Plant Based Powders: Beetroot, Matcha and Turmeric Plant-based powders are here to revolutionise the way you consume vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. From Beetroot powder to Matcha and Turmeric, you can now add them all to your favourite drinks for extra taste and a [...]
Our Partnership with Ecologi for Sustainable Coffee We are proud to work with Ecologi to offset our carbon emissions Ecologi is a platform that helps businesses and individuals to make a positive difference for our planet. They empower you to make a difference in [...]
Speciality Coffee: The story of coffee and climate change This month we had a look at how climate change affects coffee production The story of coffee dates back to the 15th century, when the first signs of coffee drinking can be traced in Yemen with merchants importing coffee [...]
The Story of Tea from Harvest to Cup Explore the journey of tea - from harvesting the tea leaves all the way to your morning cup of tea! Learn where our tea is grown and all the stages it goes through. We are [...]
Explore ways we reduce, recycle and reuse as local coffee roasters and see how we are taking steps to make positive environmental impacts.