From Our House to Your Home
We want you to be as excited as we are when it comes to coffee, and able to enjoy a great brew even if you can’t get to your favourite House. Here you’ll find a range of brewing guides and information which we hope will help you understand the important points for achieving a consistently delicious cup, and give you the confidence and skills to experiment with brewing at home.
Basic Brewing Principles
Understanding the foundations of what it takes to brew speciality coffee is a really important place to begin when it comes to building your skills and achieving great results. Our Basic Brewing Principals take you through everything you need to know to get started on your journey to the perfect cup, and aims to answer some common questions when it comes to brewing at home.
Get the perfect brew everytime
Alongside exploring the fundamentals, we have created guides for a few of our favourite brewing methods. Helping you every step of the way, it’s time to put those basic brewing principles into practice.
Our Green Coffee and Roasting Program
Launching our roastery was a pivotal moment for WatchHouse and has given us the opportunity to consider our impact and commitment to coffee. It isn’t something we take lightly. We are very excited to carve out a path whereby customers can enjoy a range of coffees that provide both comfort and intrigue, whilst working with traders that share our commitment to the people and environments at every stage from seed to cup. For us it isn’t simply a question of selling ‘good coffee’. It is about taking our customers on a journey of discovery and using our position to support organisations and traders making an impact socially, economically and environmentally across the Coffee Belt.
Our roasting programme is where we really get creative. Our aim is to roast a diverse offering for our customers, showcasing the exceptional work of coffee producers across the world. As we are roasting we carefully track how the coffee is reacting, manipulating gas and airflow to ensure we develop it at a considered optimal speed and temperature for that specific coffee. This ‘roast profile’ is determined by our initial knowledge of the green coffee, which we track alongside empirical evidence of how coffees from that particular region have behaved previously. The ultimate aim? A cup that highlights the provenance and quality of each coffee we select.