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Our coffee and tea is sourced from all over the world, from the award-winning Gold Cup of the Jamaican Blue Mountains to the shores of Lake Toba in Indonesia. The Coffee Belt is the area between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn where all coffee is grown. We source through this area to bring you the very best selection. You can buy coffees from Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Caribbean Islands, India and Indonesia both in our shop here at the Engine Yard and online.
Introducing our range of tea
While tea is a relatively new addition to the range at Cherizena we have maintained your expectations for quality. You’ll find beautiful blends alongside traditional single origin tea. What’s more, we’ve created a range especially for the Engine Yard: the most recent addition being our Duchess Grey, a delicious blend of Earl Grey, Lemon, Orange and the petals of rose and cornflower.
There are many ways to make coffee and tea. We can help you find the optimum blend or single origin to suit your palate and we will always give you good, honest advice as to how to make it.
Your perfect cup starts with quality, knowledge and expertise. This is exactly what you will find when you visit us at our shop at the Engine Yard – and it’s something our customers have appreciated for many years.
“We purchased the mountain coffee and green tea from you last week. The coffee is smooth and is really enjoyable to drink. The green tea is beautiful…..smooth and mellow with no bitterness. We will be in touch to buy more. Thank you.”
“At my village farmers’ market yesterday I bought 3 packs of beautiful coffee and I’m already looking in your shop for what to try next! Definitely a new customer for life. I love that it is a local business and the beans are infused in amazing flavours.”
“Nothing rounds off the day better than a Cherizena maple & pecan coffee! … unless it’s a hazelnut coffee… or a cinnamon coffee… oh, too many to choose! Family introduced me to Cherizena at Melton Mowbray cheese festival and now I’m a regular.”