White Label Coffee from Coffee-Direct.co.uk
How does the process work?
Any white label or private label coffee is produced with the same care and attention that we give to our own branded products, so quality will never be compromised.
We get in touch with you for an initial discussion, asking some key questions to establish your needs and then put together our suggestions for the coffee products that will work best for you. This helps to ensure that we match the caffeine level, flavour profiles, quantity and roast level to your brand. Getting your coffee right can make a great first impression on new clients or visitors, so we give this stage the attention it deserves.
Included in our recommendations are details of discounts for high volume and frequent orders, so you can rest assured you will be getting great coffee at a very reasonable price point with every order. And what's more, all of our blend and single-origin options are available as white label products, so you don't have to choose from a restricted range or settle for low quality. If you already know your preferences and favourite product or coffee blend, why not consider using this to represent your brand?
What white label coffee do you offer?
We roast over 50 speciality single-origin coffees from countries all over the world, and 35 blended coffees, each selected for their superior taste. Our range includes rarer coffees such as the luxurious Kopi Luwak or the unique Peaberry bean, as well as delicious and exclusive Robusta and Arabica coffee blends. We can provide sample packages to help you make a decision on the optimal taste for private label coffee that appeals to your customers and employees. We will also roast the beans according to your requirements, so whether you want a light, medium coffee or dark roast coffee, the choice is yours!
At Coffee Direct we can cater to all brewing methods, and we will talk you through which option is best for your requirements, so if you don't want whole beans, we will deliver the exact grind size you need. We can also advise you on the recommended coffee varietals to use in a filter device, espresso machine or cafetiere, so you can rest assured you’ll get the best possible outcome when brewing.
What is white label coffee?
White label coffee is produced by a third-party and sold under your brand name. You can specify what the label looks like, but not the specifics of the product. The supplier determines the packaging and various aspects of the coffee and they may produce the same coffee under other brand names for other companies.
What is a private label coffee?
A private label coffee is produced by a third-party company and sold under your brand name. You will specify everything about the coffee product – the beans, the roast, the packaging, the label etc and the thirdparty produces it and delivers it to you or your clients.
How do I make my own coffee brand?
The first thing to establish when making your own coffee brand is a partner in the form of a high-quality and reliable coffee supplier who can source and roast your required beans to your exact specifications.
Next, you will need to decide exactly which coffee products you want to offer and where you want to sell them. Are you offering beans to cafes and restaurants for them to use for their customers? Are you selling your beans or ground coffee to individuals in shops and supermarkets? Do you want your brand to be used in your company offices for all your employees?
Then, think about your name, your logo and your packaging. Having great coffee is one thing, but you need to make it look appealing so people will try it.
Where is the best place to buy coffee beans?
There is a huge selection when it comes to determining where to buy your coffee beans, and with today's modern technology, you can obtain them from roasters almost anywhere in the world. At Coffee Direct we offer over 85 different single-origin and blended coffees, and they can be roasted and packaged according to your preferences. Not only will your chosen beans be great quality, but with such a variety, if you want to try a new flavour at any time, it's very easy to do!