Supplier of the Month: Morningdog Coffee

On June 3, 2022

Speciality coffee fans assemble! You’re well catered for here at Castleton Farm.

Just step into our café and you’ll soon hear the sounds of our coffee machine working through the steady stream of coffee orders.

Move through to our farm shop and you can buy speciality coffee to brew at home. Morningdog Coffee is our Supplier of the Month for June and here’s everything you need to know about this Aberdeenshire coffee roaster.

The story so far

“Morning dog” is what owner Alan Watson would say every morning to his dog Pepe who was the inspiration behind the coffee brand.

Alan noticed Pepe’s energy and depth of character were similar to what he looked for in a good coffee and following the purchase of a small roaster, Morningdog Coffee was born.

The Aboyne-based roaster curates an extensive range of small batch and single origin coffee takes customers on a journey of coffee discovery. Roasting the beans in small batches means that coffee lovers are promised the freshest of coffee roast with distinct flavour.

Alan works closely with a hand-picked selection of UK coffee importers to ethically source the best beans from small farmers. You’re not only supporting a local Scottish coffee producer but a small farming business on the other side of the world too. Call that a two-pronged attack.

Why Morningdog Coffee?

Whether you’re a coffee buff with your own coffee machine at home or you keep it simple with a cafetiere, we have four flavours of Morningdog Coffee beans and ground coffee to choose from, including:

  • Kenyan Peaberry: flavours of chocolate, raisin and sweetness
  • Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: fruity, with wine undertones and medium body
  • Monsoon Malabar: earthy, spicy, smoky with medium body. Pure Indian coffee.

Take a look at the Morningdog Coffee brewing guides to make the perfect coffee at home.

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