Cairngorm Leaf and Bean

Opened in March 2015, Cairngorm Leaf & Bean enabled partners, Andy and Sharon, to develop and share their love to coffee.

In December 2015 we purchased a coffee roaster from Italy and have grown our business to provide our customers with speciality small batch roasts of our blends and single origin beans.

At Cairngorm Leaf & Bean we offer a range of coffee making equipment. From filter equipment and bean to cup machines to full professional traditional espresso machines

To ensure your machine is set up to deliver the best quality coffee to your customers, all coffee making equipment is offered as a package to include machine and speciality, premium 100% Arabica coffee beans roasted in the Highlands of Scotland.

To ensure your staff are fully trained to deliver the best quality product, we offer a range of Barista training courses to ensure you delight your customers with truly wonderful coffee

Contact Andy or Sharon on 01309 651265 to discuss your coffee making, bean and training requirements

In 2016 we were thrilled to be one of the five finalists in the Best Young Business category at the Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards

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Learn more on the Cairngorm Leaf and Bean web page.
Telephone Contact – 01309 651265


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