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Roasting Project Coffee - 6 Delicious Flavours


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Beans and Ground Coffee Roasted in Scotland

Combining passion for coffee with a mission to continue on the family’s long standing coffee journey, brothers Mark & Gary Braid decided to take a new direction in November 2018.  The family was born, and its focus from the get go was simple.

The Roastery

The roastery is situated in the heart of their coffee house where you will find them working on our Diedrich  5kg roaster. You can even visit to learn more about the process and watch the team in action.

See more about the Roasting Project HERE

See Our Other Coffee Offering From Forth Coffee:

Forth Coffee Scottish Coffee Bean Roasters

Additional information

Ground or Beans

250g Ground, 250g Beans

Coffee Type

Ethiopia Jimma Gera Limu, The Islander, Guatemala Chichupre, The Black Rock Blend, Brazil Fazenda Passeio, Project X


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Question: Are your pyramid tea bags degradable? Answer: YES.

Question: Are your pyramid teabags compostable? Answer: YES.

Polylactic acid or PLA is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, chips or starch, or sugarcane. This is degradable and is considered compostable. PLA doesn’t disappear overnight, it requires a good temperature to help it degrade. This is why we recommend that you put used pyramid tea bags into your local council compost and don’t just throw them in the garden.

If you really want to help the environment we suggest you use loose leaf teas.

We offer more variety of loose leaf teas and loose blends are always less expensive than our tea pyramids.