Founded in 2016 by Jamie and Sean Rockhill. Brothers, Jamie and Sean were blown away by the variety of flavours you could find within specialty coffee. They visited lots of coffee shops and roasters in search of different varieties and origin coffees and began to explore the industry further.
Rockhill Brothers started to understand the process and hard work that goes into growing and preparing the coffee before it reaches it’s final destination, an experience enjoyed by Sean and Jamie. They now hand roast all of their coffee on a beautiful Turkish built 10kg Has Garanti. They have our 1kg Dalian Amazon that they started roasting on back in 2016, which is now used to roast any samples of new coffees.
Rockhill Brothers take pride in using traditional methods to manually control all of their roasts, allowing them to manipulate and craft the best possible flavour profiles out.
We are delighted to feature Rockhill Brothers on Day 11 with their Christmas Blend - A blend of 70% beautifully smooth chocolate Brazilian and 30% Guatemalan coffee which brings lots of character and hints of red berry. The Brazilian has been roasted slightly darker to accentuate rich chocolate notes while the Guatemalan slightly lighter to deliver stewed fruit flavours.
SeaMoor was founded by Harry & Ella, a web developer and graphic designer with a coffee obsession. In 2019, after a few years running a design agency they decided to mix things up, bought a coffee roaster, and began sourcing and roasting speciality coffee.
Roasting in small batches from their barn in Bradwell, they carefully select single origin beans based on their exceptional quality and taste profile, and work with suppliers who offer transparent, fair pricing to producers and support for coffee producing communities.
SeaMoor’s seasonally changing selection of coffees are from producers that maintain high ethical and environmental standards, whether that is organic, biodynamic, Rainforest Alliance Certified or Fairtrade.
SeaMoor feature on Day 11 of Advent with their amazing: Ugandan Triple Sec - A unique Ugandan coffee spent 18 days in a barrel previously used for Triple Sec. As the beans age, they absorb the flavours and aromas of the beverages that have passed through the barrel, enhancing the taste of the coffee. You will enjoy sweet lychee and pineapple with hints of vanilla and chocolate.