Our Approach

Our characterful speciality coffee is ethically sourced from sustainable, eco-conscious growers from around the world. With a bold range of blends and single origins, our beans are the perfect choice for adventurous coffee drinkers who appreciate something different. Sales of our coffee help support the creative community through our Art + Industry Programme. 

Farming Partners

Inspired by Farmers

We buy from the most dedicated farmers, predominantly from Africa and Central or South America. Based within the rurality of the Welsh Borders, we are committed to dialogues that contribute to a healthier and more productive synthesis of communities across the globe, reflecting the rural ecosystem that we live in, the heart of local produce and food in the UK.

Ethical Practices

We are committed to provenance, sustainability, freshness and fair relationships with the growers; ensuring the farmers get paid a good price for a good product and that the relationships are long term, not just seasonal. For these reasons, we believe in sourcing from farmers we know and who are using processes and methods we are familiar with.


Head Roaster Matt Wade has been in the coffee industry for 20 years and has visited or met many of the origins and often the farmers we buy from. 

We work largely through direct trade wherever possible and then a close selection of green suppliers, guaranteeing the farmers a price irrespective of market fluctuations and before a harvest is complete. They also pay the farmer before coffee is shipped, in this way supporting the small farm holds and facilitating them to run as independent businesses. With this recognition to the farmers arises a freedom and commitment to develop unique coffees of distinction and often, the funds to improve their post-harvest processes so that they live up to the quality of the cherries.




Matthew Wade has been roasting speciality coffee for over 18 years. After graduating in Fine Art, he moved to New Zealand where he worked as a barista at a number of different coffee houses and roasters, across the North and South islands. Bringing this knowledge back with him to London, he played a leading role in the rapidly emerging coffee scene that began ascending in the city from 2002 onwards, becoming one of the UK’s first licensed Q-Graders and a graduate of LA’s Coffee Chemistry. Matt has won a number of awards and worked at several key roasters internationally including Head Roaster at Union Hand Roasted. He is the co-founder of Nightjar Coffee, Dubai.


Anabelle de Gersigny manages the roastery, working closely and creatively with clients and building on our community projects. Within her role at the roastery, she implements the company's drive to bring art to industry. She was the founder of and the Safina Radio Project. Previous creative roles have been with Hauser + Wirth (London), Phaidon Press (London) and CAPHouse Studios (Japan), Guggenheim, Louvre and Zayed National Museum (Abu Dhabi). She has curated numerous art and design exhibitions, working on publications, online platforms, magazines and directly with artists and designers. She completed her MA in Critical Writing at the Royal College of Art in 2020.



Jason is our Wholesale Account Manager, responsible for spreading the word about Hundred House to coffee shops and restaurants across the country. He has been in the industry for nine years, and is a keen coffee aficionado whether at the roastery or at home.


Sami is our Roaster, managing our daily roast schedules to ensure orders are turned around in good time, while keeping consistency and quality all year round.



Jim is our Production Manager, ensuring the roastery runs smoothly day to day and all orders are packed carefully and in good time. He has been working in the coffee industry for over 10 years, spanning a variety of roles in speciality coffee shops and roasteries within the UK, Australia, and Denmark.


Bear boy always puts a smile on our face and lets us know when Dave the Postman is here...

The Hundred House

The Hundred House was traditionally the meeting place for every hundredth of land – before the existence of shires or counties. These places, or spaces, were used by the community for everything from casual gatherings to weddings, funerals and administration. 

Based within an area of deep cultural references, embedded within the farming industry, we place importance on our local role as a window to seasonal farming practices around the world. The Hundred House, traditionally a place that drew the community together, is here a symbol of a collective space, where conversation, art and industry meet, over a cup of coffee.



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