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    We are hiring

    We are hiring

    We have two new roles at Round Hill Roastery 

    We have two new roles starting at Round Hill Roastery one full time and one part time Saturday only.  

    Account Manager

    Farmers Market Trader (Saturday only) 

    Should you require more help or would like for us to email you a Job Sheet please contact us at 

    jobs@roundhillroastery.com

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    Wax London X Round Hill Roastery

    Wax London X Round Hill Roastery

    Our London Pop-up Store 

    In September this year, in collaboration with our close friends Wax London, a premium menswear brand, we opened a pop-up shop on Newburgh Street, just off Carnaby Street, London. The shop is in a really cosy spot; a lot of that area is really busy and can feel quite hectic with Oxford Street just around the corner. The pop up, however, is in a really quiet relaxed corner of Soho. It’s the perfect spot for us as we wanted to create a relaxed space to showcase what we do, rather than a super busy, high volume café. We like to think we’ve achieved a balance where people come in, look at these lovely clothes, have really tasty coffee and unwind a bit.

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    Winter Opening Hours

    Winter Opening Hours

    Winter Opening Hours at Round Hill Roastery.

    We will be roasting and dispatching orders up to December 23rd 2020, please note however that due to post and courier closures your order may get delayed and arrive after Christmas or even into the new year, 

    If you have placed an order online or for wholesale after December 23rd 2020 we will roast and dispatch your order the week commencing January 04th 2021.

    Existing Subscribers will not be affected, any new subscription placed will start on January 05th 2021

    2020 has not been a dream year however we are deeply thankful for all your support we are really looking forward to roasting for you in 2021.  

    Please read the full post for full details. 

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    Our Packaging

    Our Packaging

    Material used and how to recycle them.  

     

    You may of noticed our bags have had changed recently, we wanted to explain a bit about why we changed the look of the bags and also answer a few commonly asked questions.

    Firstly our bags are widely recyclable, which means these bags can be put out with your plastic waste however we cannot guarantee that all local councils will recycle them. We wish we could say that they can be recycled 100% of the time but the reality is, it does depend on the facilities and policies in place in your local area.

    If you have any further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to get in contact with us. 

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    COVID - 19 Policy 4th November 2020

    COVID - 19 Policy 4th November 2020

    COVID -19.. National Lock Down.. What are we doing?  

    With England going into a one month lock down from November 5th we have decided to make some changes to how we have been operating at the Roastery since restrictions were eased. 

    This post with outline how we are operating primarily to keep our team safe and healthy while delivering the quality and service we pride ourselves on.  We value every coffee shop, farmer, importer, exporter, restaurant, bakery, hotel and roasteries working during these times and your support in keeping independent businesses going is key to survival. 

    If you have any further questions or concerns please do not hesitate to get in contact with us. 

     

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    Juan Saldarriaga

    Juan Saldarriaga

    How we met?  

    Our relationship with Juan Saldarriaga goes back to London Coffee Festival 2018, when we launched a project called Artist Series. We were looking for a fresh coffee to showcase for our first ever stand at the festival. We wanted to find a coffee that was extremely fresh and in season, two qualities that are very much at the heart of our approach to coffee. LCF is (usually) in April, which is a challenging time of year to find fresh in season coffees, so Colombian coffee was an obvious choice for us. On top of that we wanted something that was wildly different, something that really jumped out. That was when we heard about Juan Saldariagga and the interesting ways he was producing natural process coffees.  Instead of using raised beds he was using a cold drier, the same machines typically used to dry fruit; raisins, apricots or prunes. Juan’s cold dried natural was very elegant and clean and we were instantly impressed, we knew we’d found a fantastic coffee. So we purchased the coffee, launched it at LCF and it was a huge success for us. A week later I went to do a cupping in Oslo hosted by Nordic Approach,

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