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A local Belfast shipwright, blended the coffee with traded spices to give a renowned flavour. Our process is still used today and is what makes our coffee taste so unique. When a family recipe spans four generations – you know it’s made of strong stuff.
The traditional taste of Belfast coffee is just as relevant today as it was in the early 1900s, proving that it is a taste rich in flavour with qualities transcending all ages. Today, flanked by the big yellow cranes, our coffee is still lovingly brewed in the old heart of industrial Belfast.
Traditional Belfast coffee is strong and full-flavoured, which was the order of the day in the 1900s where our story originates. Thousands of workers were employed by Harland and Wolff shipyard to build the grand ships - the most famous being the RMS Titanic of the White Star Line.
Traditional Belfast Coffee is a strong, full-flavoured coffee, which was the order of the day in the 1800s. By maintaining the Belfast coffee tradition and refining our coffee to represent the modern Belfast taste profile, our Belfast coffee is still today, expertly roasted in the shadow of our two yellow cranes.
And in the shadow of giants - our famous Samson and Goliath cranes that make the Belfast skyline so iconic. We believe in creating coffee that tastes amazing and serving it as you like it. Maybe you prefer it straight up black and strong, or with a dollop of cream. Maybe even as espresso in your Martini…
The original Belfast coffee bean, for a full flavoured traditional brew. Grind it to suit the way you take your coffee.
Use our aromatic Irish Whiskey blend to add extra depth to your mocha and finish with an indulgent dollop of double cream.
"Just had some Samson Blend coffee after ordering online. GORGEOUS. Smooth and rich. Best coffee for ages."
"Excellent first impressions, the coffee is very smooth and has a great flavour. Will definitely be buying some more to stock the cupboards!"
"Bought a bag for my brother - he’s now ordered 3 more! He can’t get enough and he’s a proper coffee connoisseur, keep up the great work!"