Our award-winning coffee is a unique blend from Brazil, Central America and Vietnam. Excellent coffee is part of Benugo’s DNA.

Better coffee comes in a black cup

We have direct trade relationships with all our farmers and cooperatives. We’ve also thought about the complete supply chain in our coffee, always aiming to minimise environmental impact. Our coffee is 100% Rainforest Alliance accredited and we track exactly what impact our farmers make and what their conservation efforts achieve. Our beans arrive into the roastery directly by rail. After roasting they are taken to distribution using hybrid vehicles. When our beans are packed and sent on-site we use unique pillow bags made from used sugarcane with no aluminium foil. These bags also allow us to utilise whole pallets for delivery, so we’re not shipping empty space to our shops.

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Full-bodied flavour

We’re very proud of how sustainable our coffee is, and we’re just as proud of how it tastes. Our Benugo blend carries a full-bodied flavour that works equally well as an intense espresso hit as it does in a mild and smooth latte.

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Baristas not button pushers

We have our own in-house coffee team, made up of qualified baristas. They work tirelessly to train the business, checking our standards and developing innovative and exciting drinks for every season.

Benugo coffee at home

Enjoy a cup of Benugo coffee in the comfort of your own home. Our Benugo blend ground coffee is available to buy at Benugo Cafés in London, across the UK in John Lewis & Partners Benugo Cafés and in Benugo workplaces.

A dark roast, single origin blend of two varieties from Brazil’s Cerrado Mineiro region, the Rainforest Alliance certified coffee boasts notes of milk chocolate, macadamia and nutmeg.

Ugne Lyberyte, our Head of Coffee, believes it’s the best option for at-home consumers. “Like everything we serve at Benugo, this single origin blend is reliable, delicious and the very best quality. We’ve blended two arabica varieties from one of the best farms in the world in the Cerrado Mineiro region, Brazil, to achieve a rich, dark roast and a moderately strong cup.”