Just some of the many wonderful places where our fresh coffee is served
Who we are
Our name – Art Of Coffee – relates to our strong connection with art. The founders – Georgia and Gabor are Architects and Gerry – our roaster who joined us later – is a gifted artist.
We love coffee, not just its fabulous taste but everything about it, its history, cultivation, processing, grading, roasting, blending and preparing the final drink. Based in the North-West of Ireland – where coffee plant cannot survive – we got deep into the processes that can be done here: roasting coffee and preparing the final coffee drinks.
Our Coffee Roastery
Our coffee roastery started in 2010 with our café – Café Lounge. All the coffees we served there were roasted on the spot. The smoke of roasting coffee often filled up the café, and green beans in jute bags were trying to hide between tables and chairs. As our freshly roasted coffees became more and more popular roasting in our café became difficult and we created our coffee roastery and our brand Art Of Coffee.
How we roast our coffee
In general, we roast medium (or full city). We are roasting our coffees to highlight their original characters without burning it. The coffee is roasted slow enough to develop its flavours and let its body deepen and reducing its acidity just enough to give a nice smooth, deep coffee flavour. This is the way we like our coffee and we think you’d like that too.
Choose a coffee from our coffee selection (and maybe a few accessories) and we’ll make sure you’ll get the best coffee, freshly roasted, quickly delivered.
Our Latest Blog Posts
We are delighted to announce that our Fusion Blend Coffee has been shortlisted in the Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards. The Irish Quality Food and Drink Awards recognise and celebrate the best in retail, wholesale and foodservice food and drink products available...
We are delighted to announce that we will have an exhibition stand at the National Ploughing Championships this year. The National Ploughing Championships is the biggest annual event held in Ireland every September with almost 1/4 million people attending each year on...
What is green coffee? The cleaned and dried seed of the coffee cherry which is ready for roasting called green coffee. Green coffee smells similar to barley, it’s very hard, and its taste is nothing like roasted coffee, it isvery unpleasant. What is Arabica and...