The Little Coffee Company help support local communities with their coffee

The Little Coffee Company will not just wake you up for the day with their delicious coffee but all proceeds from any sales will help communities.

Courtesy of my friends of Dip_and_Sip I was given a packet of The Little Coffee Company coffee to try at home.

The Little Coffee Company

The Little Coffee Company is all about tackling big problems providing a better price for farmers. By purchasing coffee from them you will be helping support farmers and local communities.

At present they sell two different coffees one from a producer in Tanzania and one from producers in Jamaica.

Tanzanian Roasted Coffee – Neema’s produce grounded roasted whole coffee beans giving a luxury coffee.

Jamaican Blue Mountain Roasted Coffee – They produce freshly ground and whole beans. They produce coffee within the Blue Mountains of Jamaica which are roasted and manufactured in Britain. Jamaican Blue Mountain Roasted Coffee is a luxury coffee.

Each coffee supplier are ethical helping support female farmers in regions affected by the coffee crisis.

Coffee at home

The Little Coffee Company coffees all are perfect for cafeteria or filters.

I was gifted a bag of Tanzanian Roasted Coffee to enjoy at home.

Before opening the bag I read on the back of the pack that anyone who purchases this bag of coffee will be helping widowed Neema who started farming back in 2014 to help raise money to help support for family which is heart warming to know.

I was pleasantly surprised by the look, smell and taste. Provided a smooth clean coffee with hints of tartness and fruit notes. Perfect for anytime of day. Also works perfectly with Port Royal Patties which I also was kindly gifted by Dip and Sip. Click here to read my review on Port Royal Patties.

I also got a little creative with my coffee and made a coffee cheesecake with my coffee.

Coffee Cheesecake


  • 250ml double cream
  • 20g coffee beans grounded
  • 220g digestive biscuits
  • 60g unsalted butter
  • 500g cream cheese
  • 16g icing sugar sifted
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • Cocoa (optional)


  1. Simmer together the double cream and coffee beans, do not boil. Once warmed through and combined strain and leave to cool.
  2. Crush the digestive biscuits in a bag or blitz.
  3. Melt the unsalted butter.
  4. Mix together the biscuit and butter together. Then pat down in a lined 20cm springform pan.
  5. Place in fridge to chill to set.
  6. Whip the cream cheese, then whisk in the coffee cream from earlier.
  7. Then whisk in the icing sugar and vanilla extract.
  8. Pour over the set biscuit base.
  9. Chill for a few hours to set before serving.
  10. Before serving sieve over some cocoa (optional).

Tasted amazing, creamy and indulgently rich of coffee with the hit of chocolate from the cocoa dusting.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Their coffee comes in large resealable brown bags keeping the coffee fresh and easy to store in your kitchen cupboard.

The coffee I tasted was good but it was even nicer to know that with any sale of coffee it will be helping those farmers and their families.

The Little Coffee Company

Order your coffee now

Tanzanian Roasted Coffee £15.00
Jamaican Blue Mountain Roasted Coffee £25.00

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