Sustainable, traceable, environmentally-friendly coffee you can count on.


Smokin’ Bean is all about creating an awesome coffee experience for everyone in our coffee community. You want a brilliant cup of coffee and want to feel good about it: grown, roasted, brewed right. No fuss, no drama.

At Smokin’ Bean we get this. Good coffee is all about good people. And we know all of ours by name. Growers who raise their beans with respect. Roasters who know their stuff. All the way to you – and you know a good cup when you taste one.


We serve up tasty, sustainable coffee in stores, universities, offices and more outlets all over the UK and Ireland. We’re even mobile in our Smokin’ Bean coffee truck!

We have two delicious blends that are freshly ground and served through our bean to cup or traditional coffee machines. Our Signature blend is triple-certified and our newest Rocha blend is Fairtrade.

Smokin’ Bean tastes good. It tastes really good. And we’re on a mission to offer our amazing, sustainable coffee to everyone.

Carimali Solar Touch Machine Smokin Bean
Peru coffee farmer


We source our coffee beans exclusively through Fairtrade cooperatives in Peru, Mexico, Brazil and Uganda. We work closely with our growers and we visit them regularly.

Naturally, we want to make sure they work in safe conditions, receive a fair price for their work and that their families and communities can thrive through the production of coffee.


Our Glasgow roastery is the first coffee roastery in the world to achieve the Carbon Neutral Gold Standard.

We worked very closely with One Carbon World to justify our carbon footprint and counteract our emissions. We did this by buying certified credits from a tree planting project in Uruguay and a wind energy project in India.

So we’re Carbon Neutral. Go us!


We work with some of the biggest names in the convenience, forecourt, hospitality and education sectors. We also provide coffee for lucky staff and visitors at workplaces and offices around the country.

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