Fixation Coffee Ltd

Fixation Coffee starts with premium quality ARABICA Coffee Beans sourced from the finest specialty grades from around the world. Arabica Coffee has superior Flavour, Body and Acidity to all other species of coffee. The highest grown, slow ripening coffee is selected for roasting. Their Arabica Coffee comes from diverse countries such as: Colombia, Guatemala, Kenya, India, The Caribbean, Papua New Guinea, East Timor, Indonesia and others.

Their suppliers provide an exhaustive grading process to all coffee beans that they roast. They must meet stringent size, density, colour consistency and taste criteria before being accepted. Their fluid air roasting process produces consistent results time after time, regardless of the human managing the process. Their customers appreciate the consistent quality. Their bags include a zip-lock seal which allows you to open and reseal the bag while using the coffee.

For more information, please visit http://www.fixationcoffee.co.nz

General Vending

Since 2001 General Vending NZ Limited has distributed and supported the Adimac range following considerable success with that brand in Australia. Since then the company has progressed and developed into a leading importer and supplier with a wide variety of quality Italian made vending and coffee equipment. General Vending NZ supply the increasingly popular Raffaello and Leonardo range of chilled food vending machines which are proving to be the ideal machine for a wide variety of locations including hotels, motels, schools, offices, hospitals and many others.

General Vending NZ Limited provides comprehensive technical service and support through a nationwide network of service agents throughout New Zealand. In addition they hold an extensive range of spare parts and can courier to most locations within 12-24 hours. In conjunction with Espresso Restorations NZ of Christchurch they now offer onsite service or repair and comprehensive workshop overhaul and reconditioning for all makes and models of traditional 1 – 4 group espresso machines.

For more information, please visit http://www.generalvending.co.nz

Caffe Roma

Caffe Roma was opened one day earlier than intended on the 28th June 1993 at 7am – it snowed. Caffe Roma was started by Duncan Clark, Janet Gearey, and Ralph Simpson. Duncan and Janet had worked previously at another cafe in Christchurch, and Ralph, a long time friend of Duncan, had previously worked for IBM and was involved in professional photography and advertising. The concept behind Caffe Roma was to establish a classically European styled coffee house that specialised in coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch.

An old building was found, with wooden paneled walls, high ceilings, timber floors, two large stone open fire places that are lit in winter, leadlight windows, and a beautiful view out the windows over the Avon River. Almost ten years later, Duncan is the only one of the initial owners left and still works in the caffe. Caffe Roma has a very loyal, regular clientele and a fine reputation in all the areas it set out to establish.

For more information, please visit http://www.caffe-roma.co.nz

Caf magazine

Caf magazine is a national quarterly magazine published in March, June, September and December. Approximately 60% of its readership is the modern caf goer who either buys it at a retail outlet or selected caf, or picks it up from the magazine choice at their favourite caf. A minimum 1,000 copies per issue are sent to cafes quarterly, resulting in around 200,000 readers amongst a demographic of all people 20-45.

Caf magazines regular readers have a higher than average disposable income and enjoy good espresso, food and wine, and visit cafes and restaurants on a very regular basis. In a 2005 survey of 418 people closely associated with the caf fraternity, 33% voted Caf magazine both their favourite home reading and industry reading. The closest other magazine rated 23.6% while all other magazines achieved only single percentage figures.

For more information, please visit http://www.cafemagazine.co.nz

Atomic Coffee Roasters

Atomic Coffee took off in 1992. The original Atomic Caf quickly became known for its atmosphere, its music and of course its coffee, freshly roasted on site in a 3kg Swaldo roaster. Within two years demand for their coffee necessitated the purchase of a larger 12kg Probat roaster. This was located at their second Atomic Caf on Balmorals Dominion Road, however roasting within a caf environment presented logistical problems, so by 1995 the shift was made to the current site in Kingslands New North Road coinciding with the purchase of their 1957 Probat 22kg roaster.

They believe in using artisan or hand crafting processes, nurturing the bean on its’ journey from roasting to cup to produce exquisite espresso. They buy only the best, most suitable Arabica beans for their espresso production, and where possible insist on sustainably grown coffee with respect for social responsibility. Their head coffee roaster, Ewan Cameron is a perfectionist, using his years of experience to roast and blend the coffees for which Atomic is so well known.

For more information, please visit http://www.atomiccoffee.co.nz

Complete Coffee

At Complete Coffee, they pride themselves on their personal involvement, from bean to cup. With knowledge accumulated since 1929 and several executives with more than 30 years experience their dedication, commitment and experience is second to none. The combined coffee industry experience of their traders now exceeds the age of the company and all have a thorough knowledge of roasting and cup testing techniques.

Perhaps unusual for a green trading company, several of their team have first hand knowledge, gleaned over a number of years, of blending and roasting procedures in factory environments.
They believe that this deep, broad experience enables them to more easily understand their clients’ individual requirements and sometimes offer advice and help that might not normally be expected from a trading company.

For more information, please visit http://www.completecoffee.com

Vascobel Coffee

For almost 10 years Vascobel share their coffee passion with coffeelovers all over Europe.
New challenges brought them to flavoured roast and ground coffee. They use 100% Arabica beans flavoured by their unique sugar free natural flavours. With many different flavours to choose from, like the ever popular Amaretto, hazelnut or vanilla to the wonderfully luxurious swiss Chocolate.

Besides the flavoured roast and ground coffee they also offer you flavoured freeze dried coffee. The flavours are natural or nature identical and the blend is a 100% pure Arabica coffee. You can choose between ten different flavours. Since 5 years they can offer their clients a wide range of tea, herbal and plantextracts.

For more information, please visit http://www.vascobel.com

BEANTOWN COFFEE

A BEANTOWN Coffee franchise offers convenience store retailers a full-line of wholesale specialty gourmet coffee, cappuccino, hot chocolate and equipment – without the franchise fee. The marketing strategy behind BEANTOWN Coffee is to maintain similar brand positioning enjoyed by nationally recognized coffee franchises, such as Starbucks. BEANTOWN Coffee uses only gourmet coffee beans to produce a fresh full-bodied flavor, dark, rich color, and appealing aroma.

Convenience store retailers serving BEANTOWN Coffee profit from customer loyalty created from BEANTOWN’s positive attributes and consumer perception of the brand. S. Abraham and Sons is a proud distributor of BEANTOWN Coffee supplies and equipment to convenience stores. BEANTOWN Coffee is only distributed to our convenience store customers in the mid-west United States. If you are already a customer of S. Abraham and Sons or wish for S. Abraham and Sons to be your convenience store distributor.

For more information, please visit http://www.beantowncoffee.com

Altura coffee

Altura coffee is fresh roasted daily at their Albany premises, in North Shore City, Auckland. Small controlled batches are carefully prepared and blended. (One of the companys’ bean roasting machines can be viewed inside Cafe Altura, adjacent to their new purpose-built factory and distribution centre. In the Cafe, trained Baristas (espresso coffee makers) are always on hand to make sure you get your espresso, exactly the way you want it.

Chris White the company owner and director has been involved in the coffee industry for most of his life. Thecompany was formed in 1991. Chris is a Master Roaster and specialises in the roasting and blending of coffee. It is his wish to supply their customers with perfect coffee and high quality equipment, so that coffee drinking becomes an unforgettable experience. Their mission is to provide the best quality coffee, products and service in the New Zealand market.

For more information, please visit http://www.alturacoffee.co.nz

Smiths Coffee

Smiths are specialist coffee bean suppliers in the UK. They are delighted to offer their customers a comprehensive range of freshly roasted coffee beans from around the world. This includes single estate, speciality, Fairtrade and organic coffees as well as a wide range of blends to suit every occasion. A range of flavoured coffees and syrups are also available. Smiths Coffee Company Ltd has grown its customer base over the years on reputation for providing the highest standards of quality and service whilst maintaining a competitive pricing policy.

As coffee bean suppliers they are proud that they can offer customers the professional assistance required to select the appropriate coffee for their specific application even creating their own exclusive blends. This attention to detail and their vast expertise gained over fifty years means customers can be assured of buying the finest product to meet their requirements. As well as being founder members of The Speciality Coffee Association of Europe and The Beverage Services Association, they are registered with The Soil Association Some of their large range of teas and The Fairtrade Association. They also hold a Kosher Certificate and are licensed to sell alcohol.

For more information, please visit http://www.smithscoffee.co.uk