All of our delicious coffee is locally roasted, fair trade and certified organic for the Organico blends.

Coffee Bean sourcing & traceability back to production

Coffee Cloud Ltd sources green coffee beans from a variety of origins. These origins have been selected on the basis of quality and flavour. All coffee produced can be traced through its Four-digit Batch code system located on each individual bag from incoming raw materials through to dispatch.With this number, we can identify where a potential problem is by checking raw material used on this roasting date.The batch number is recorded on the roasting log with the corresponding Lot numbers of the green beans used for that batch. By checking the Lot numbers in the Green Bean Book we can confirm such things as its moisture percentage, appearance, presence of foreign matter etc. Readings on the roasting log sheets, such as roasting times and temperatures may be relevant. The coffee can be traced through the grinding sheet as well as Sampling Sheets.

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Quality assurance

The management and staff of Coffee Cloud Ltd are committed to supplying products that exceeds customer satisfaction and expectations.

Coffee Cloud aims to manufacture goods which satisfy customers’ ambitions of providing products that can be recognised as New Zealand’s most trusted brands. We will continue to demonstrate a commitment to providing high quality, safe and flavourful products to our customers. Also maintain our commitment to invest in quality and to focus on continual improvement in the design and implementation of the Quality System in order to maintain our strong food safety record in New Zealand.This is achieved by maintaining a Ministry of Primary Industry Approved HACCP-based Food Safety Programme.

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Coffee Bean Origins

Our coffee blends come from different origins, Why different origins ?

By blending our beans, we are trying to achieve the perfect coffee. Complex and delicious. Why don't other coffee roasters do the same? Because it's difficult - you need to know and understand how the flavours combine; what flavour stays and what flavour produces something else again. You can make our Coffee soft and sweet, or intense and robust.


Our coffee blends use 3 different types of Indonesian beans, from Sumatra and Jakarta. Indonesian coffee is the thickest, most syrupy in the work, which gives a great element to the brew.

In the early 17th century, a Dutch merchant obtained some coffee bushes from Yemen. The specimen was grown and thrived in the greenhouses of Amsterdam Botanical Garden and produced coffee bushes that were named Coffea Arabica. The Dutch then planted their coffee in their overseas possession in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). This was so successful that they managed to fulfils Europe’s demand by supplying “Java coffee” in 1719. Since then the name ‘Java’ and ‘Sumatra’-two of Indonesia’s most populous islands-have become virtually synonymous with full-flavoured coffee over the past centuries.

They generally display nutty or warm spice notes, like cinnamon or cardamom. Hints of black pepper are sometimes found. Their sweetness, as with most Indonesian coffees, is closely related to the body of the coffee. The after-taste coats the palate on the finish and is smooth and soft.


The country produces exclusively arabica beans, and these have a distinctive taste – rich, full flavour, highly aromatic and brightly acidic – which is why many consider it to be some of the finest in the world.

Colombia is the perfect place to grow coffee; quite apart from the fact that Coffea Arabica trees thrive in areas of high altitude and warmth, they are perfectly suited to the terrain of Colombia’s mountains.

Most standard Colombian coffee is grown by relatively small farms and then collected, wet-processed (washed), milled, and exported by the Colombian Coffee Federation. Colombian coffees are typically washed and sun dried on patios.Colombian coffees are one of those that most people will enjoy as a smooth morning wake-me-up, and work well as a medium or dark roast, depending on your personal taste preferences.


Kenya is a country known very well for its exporting of coffee. Agriculture employs over 75% of Kenya's citizens and coffee and tourism are the two biggest industries in the country.

Known for their consistently rich flavour along with a deep, wine-like acidity and pleasant aroma, Kenyan coffee beans have a distinctly bright taste with complex tones of fruit and berry.

There are four species of coffee that are grown and sold commercially from Africa. Coffee was introduced to Kenya in 1893 when missionaries imported bourbon coffee to the country. All of the best coffee from the country was exported, and the Kenyans never knew that they had the best quality coffee in the world as all the coffee they had grown was centrally processed and marketed.

Kenya has the perfect environment for growing coffee and farmers put a lot of hard work into pruning, harvesting and processing the beans therefore making very high quality coffee. One of the very exquisite coffee and pastry cafes in Nairobi is Artcaffé. With eight locations in Nairobi all venues please visitors. The music, outdoor balconies and stunning art make it a gorgeous place to enjoy high quality coffee.


Guatemala, a country located in Central America, is one of the world's biggest coffee producers. The name Guatemala comes from the word meaning 'place of many trees'. The volcanic environment of Southern Guatemala contains some of the most productive soils in the world. The soil, rainfall, humidity, altitude and temperature are varied enough to produce seven types of Guatemalan Arabica coffees, which are produced in eight main regions. Guatemala's coffees tend to be rich and flavourful, partly due to the volcanic soil. Guatemalan coffees in general have a relatively high degree of acidity and often taste of chocolate. Many coffee aficionados also note a smoky taste to the Guatemalan bean.


Sulawesi Island, formerly known as Celebes, is amongst the biggest coffee producers in the world. The original name Celebes comes from the meaning 'hard to reach', named first by the Portuguese. Located in Indonesia, the journey of Sulawesi coffee began when the Dutch government brought Arabica coffee beans and ordered farmers to plant the coffee in their land.

Sulawesi coffee is best known for its silky body, moderate acidity, and smooth finish. It's flavours tend to land on the warmer side of spice, with bold cinnamon, cardamom and at times black pepper.

The most distinguished Sulawesi coffee is Toraja (also called Celebes coffee), along with Kalossi, a multi-dimensional coffee grown in the southeastern highlands and distinguished by its expansive flavour with a full-bodied richness.

Vending Chocolate

Specially formulated for WMF Coffee machines.

Worlds finest cocoa grown in West Africa and combined with our free flowing base to deliver a rich chocolate flavour and silky foam finish.

Made in New Zealand.

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Biodegradable coffee cups

Clean up the mess in the kitchen with our range of biodegradable coffee cups – the sustainable coffee cups break down over time and the lids can be recycled. Designed specifically for coffee - strong to hold hot liquids and insulated to keep the beverage hot but not burn your hands.

Need branded coffee cups for the office or that special campaign or announcement? We have them too.