WE LOVE COFFEE

Amokka Coffee Roasters

Since 1998

Since 1998

Artisan Heritage

At AMOKKA Coffee Roasters we love coffee and passionately seek out nothing but the best coffee beans from around the world. We pride ourselves in trading our coffee directly with farmers, investing in a sustainable future and giving us greater transparency about where our coffee comes from and how it is grown.
Our master roaster carefully roasts every batch finding the exact sweet spot where it has the best flavour and aroma. With passion and innovation, we make each bag of coffee with the best recipe and approach.

Sustainable Sourcing

At AMOKKA Coffee Roasters we are committed to working collaboratively with the coffee growers to help provide the technical assistance that is of the most value to the individual farmer as well as contributing to securing working conditions, improving sustainable processes and protecting the environment.  

For us, two aspects of sustainability are at the top of our agenda: sustainable growth and sustainable trade. Sustainable growth means ensuring that the environment does not suffer unnecessary harm as a result of coffee farming, i.e. avoiding the use of harmful artificial pesticides. Sustainable trade is when the commercial exchange of products generates economic and environmental benefits, including; the creation of economic value, reducing poverty & inequality, and preserving environmental resources.

We make every effort at AMOKKA Coffee Roasters to buy our coffee from farms where we have a direct trading relationship with the plantation and we have the knowledge that the coffee is grown as sustainably as possible for the local environment.

The story begins in 1998

… where two people embark on the journey to show the Danish people how coffee should taste. As Amokka grew it became synonymous with premium coffee. They also introduced Café culture which is now a central part of the Copenhagen Coffee scene. The fun and joyful Amokka lady was seen many places, and symbolized funky, fun and quality all together.

Amokka has since those days grown but it continues to keep it’s root values. The roots of coffee of such quality, that encompasses the work the farmer has put into it. Amokka is now a central and integrated part of Scanomat and TopBrewer while also operating under it’s own brand name.

Every machine you see around the world, has Amokka coffee in it. It’s our dedication to the customer that sees this through, since we believe that by cultivating and roasting great coffee and ensuring the TopBrewer only ever serves coffee of that quality, we can provide that superior experience. We still today only batch roast, meaning we carefully roast a batch and repeat the process. We have since entered into agreements with farmers directly, forming an extensive network of Direct Trade agreements to the benefit of the farmer, the community and the quality.

We seek to find an cultivate the best partnerships, to continually advance the quality and ensure a sustainable trade. We have as a motivation and clear plan to only buy Organic coffee from year 2022, working with our network of farmers that are not already organic. All of them are committed to this task – which is not a small one. It’s interesting to help convert a farm as opposed to simply locate another one that’s already certified.

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Fresh Coffee Beans Roasted Daily

Our Coffee

As part of AMOKKA’s heritage, we only ever roast small batches of coffee at a time to maintain optimum freshness for our customers.  We pack the coffee in-house too and ship it direct to our customers for next-day delivery all over the world. We believe fresh is best and have regular cupping sessions to monitor the freshness of every batch to make sure our coffees are tasting as great as they did when they first arrived at AMOKKA Coffee Roasters.

Rosted and cared by experts

Our green beans are shipped direct to AMOKKA Coffee Roasters where our coffee experts care for the coffee and roast it to perfection in our micro-roastery. Micro-roasting allows us to be intimately involved at every stage of the process and that is why we love to roast this way. Our master roaster oversees the roasting process to ensure the highest quality at every stage, carefully monitoring our Probat roaster to make sure that everything is set up perfectly by hand.

Blending

We blend our coffee at the roastery with high quality coffee beans shipped directly from the farmers.

Roasting

Our master roaster carefully roasts every batch finding the exact sweet spot where it has the best flavour and aroma.

Packing & shipping

We pack our coffee right after roasting and ship it directly to our customers.

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of our coffee sales are trades directly with coffee farmers

DIRECT TRADE & IMPACT TRADE – We are extremely proud that 100% of our coffee is sourced from farms where we have a direct and transparent trading relationship, and where we are collaborating with the coffee growers to help them to set and achieve their sustainability goals for the future. Wherever possible we work with coffee farmers directly and pay them a premium that contributes towards securing working conditions, improving sustainable processes and protecting the environment. We strongly believe that by working with the same plantations, year after year, we can ensure consistent high quality coffee, and also provide the farmers with the stable financial support needed to improve their cultivation methods and working conditions for years to come.

Straight From the Farm

Working in partnership

At AMOKKA Coffee Roasters we are committed to working collaboratively with the coffee growers to help provide the technical assistance that is of the most value to the individual farmer. For some, the priority will be water supply or harvesting methods, and for others it may be fertiliser or protection against fungal attack. By working with the same plantations, year after year, we can ensure a consistent and high quality of purchased products, and we can also give farmers the stable financial support that is needed to improve cultivation methods and working conditions in the future.

View the video about the Café Nor coffee farm in Nicaragua