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Award Winning Signature Gold. Notes of Creamy Chocolate, Bourbon Biscuit and Caramel. Natural Honey Sweetness. 
Perfect way to kick start your morning routine with milky or black coffees. 

"Sublime coffee, it's a family and friends favourite and the one people ask for when they visit our house! Highly recommend it." - Thanks Aqib!

Great Taste Award Winner 2020 & 2021 - carefully selected speciality coffee from a single farm in Brazil, who we have worked very closely with for a number of years. Hand-roasted to our secret high airflow recipe and date stamped to order, it’s one of our most popular coffees. 

  • Crafted in our Great Taste award winning roastery, safe from flavour-destroyers, 100% Arabica beans for a dream brew.
  • Ethically and direct sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farm - quality coffee beans to WOW You and Your guests (Better than fair-trade and organically grown).
  • Drink Better Coffee. Unlike the competition, we never compromise on quality, service or your personal happiness. Our coffee is no different in delivering more smiles per cup. The search for coffee that makes you smile ends right here.
  • Safely packaged in resealable/recyclable bags, for long lasting freshness. 
  • Fast delivery on all orders with same day dispatch via Royal Mail (Free over £15).
  • 100% satisfaction promise. Taste, service, and hundreds of satisfied customers prove you can choose Signature Gold with confidence. This time tomorrow you could be enjoying the coffee experience of a lifetime.

What you need to know:

  • Delicious creamy chocolate notes, characterised by a smooth maple sweetness with hints of praline.
  • Strength 3.5/5, smooth, well-rounded medium to dark 
  • Acidity - Soft
  • Body - Full
  • Sustainable - we plant a tree for every single order - over 1,800 planted so far! Carbon neutral by end of 2021, we're one of the UK's most sustainable roasters. 

WBR Promise - in the unlikely event you do not enjoy your coffee, simply let us know and one of our team will refund or replace this for you, without a quibble. Discover amazing taste, risk free.  

The Farm:

OWNERS – Gabriel e Flavia & Lancha de Oliveira

ALTITUDE GROWN – 1270 meters above sea level

LOCATION – Cristais Paulistas, Alta Mogiana, Sao Paulo

PROCESS – Natural process, sun dried, 30 days resting period

CERTIFICATIONS - Rainforest Alliance Certified and Alta Mogiana Specialty Coffee Association (AMSC)

VARIETY – Catucai

SCA SCORE - 85 - regarded as "Excellent"

This 'Fazenda' is owned and run by the Oliveira family in the Alta Mogiana region, Brazil. They focus on producing specialty and high end coffees from this region with acute attention to all areas of production, including the environmental and social aspects of their business.

The farm is relatively small with 20% constituting of a protected nature reserve for the native species. The farm is fertilised with organic compounds as the main source of amino acids, to increase the productivity and quality of crops. 

On the farm they specialise in one variety of coffee - Catucai. As well as planting eucalyptus and mahogany trees to provide shade and a useful source of timber.

The sweetness of the coffee is a result of the coffee varietal Catuai and the natural process. The sugar in the coffee cherry is passed on to the bean as the coffee cherries are dried together, removing the husks just after the coffee reaches a perfect humidity of 11.5 %. 

I'm Perfect for:

Great for Bean to Cup, Espresso or ground for a French Press or Moka Pot. Works well with or without milk. Also excellent with Oat milk.

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Once opened, consume within 4 weeks for best results and before best before date. Store in an airtight container.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What strength is the coffee?

We advise this coffee to be a strength of 3.5 out of 5. Punchy but not over powering. 

Are the beans oily? 

No, these beans are not oily, if you have particularly sensitive machine/equipment, these beans should be perfect. 

Where to store the coffee?

We recommend storing the coffee in a cool, dark, dry cupboard, before you open them. Once opened, reseal the bag and they can be safely stored in the freezer. They can also be used straight from the freezer - just make sure they are in an air-tight container. 

How many coffees do the bags serve?

250g - serves 13-15 coffees. 500g - serves 26-30 coffees. 1kg - serves 55-65 coffees. We recommend one kilo bag to serve 2 coffees a day, to last a month.

What's the best before date?

All our coffees are roasted to order, meaning they couldn't be fresher and will stay tasty for at least 6 months, unopened. 

Coffee Brew Guide & Ratios

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Brewing Basics:

Keep coffee as fresh as possible, it’s best to use whole beans and grind them before use. 

If you are using pre-ground coffee, store in an airtight container, in a cool dry place, or in the freezer. They can be used directly from frozen as the oils prevent the grinds from sticking together! When ordering be sure to select the correct grind for your brewing method. 

As different grinds, such as for filter coffee are coarser or finer for espresso and will change the resulting taste. 

Aim to use a water temperature of 91-94 degrees centigrade, this prevents the coffee from being over (too hot) or under extracted (too cold). Just leave the kettle to cool for a minute before pouring. 

If you can, filter your water before use, this can make it sweeter. But also makes your equipment last longer and not scale. 

The methods we will cover are:

  • Cafetiere/French Press

  • Stove/Moka Pot

  • Aeropress

  • V60 Dripper​


Cafetiere’s come in a number of shapes, colours and sizes but are all essentially a pot/carafe with a plunger attached to the top and a mesh filter that keeps back the grounds. 

 1. Weigh & Grind

 Use a medium to coarse grind, roughly 20g per cup. 

 2. Grounds & Water

Pop the coffee grinds in the cafetiere, slowly add the boiling water ensuring the grinds are completely covered. 

3. Brew & Pour

Leave the coffee for around 3-5 minutes, longer if you like it stronger. Place the plunger onto the pot and slowly press down. If there is a lot of resistance, there may be too much coffee or it’s too finely ground. When fully pressed, pour into your favourite mug. 

Your lovely coffee is done. Enjoy!

Moka Pot

1. Fill & Add Grinds

Begin by filling the chamber with cold water (up to the valve or filling point), pop the filter in, then add the ground coffee, around 20-24g

2. Screw & Tamp

Keeping the bottom chamber level, screw the top chamber onto the bottom one. 

3. Add Heat & Enjoy

Add heat to the base of the Moka Pot, soon as it starts to bubble and hiss it should be ready. Give it a quick stir and pour into your favourite mug.


1.  Boil & Prepare

Boil the kettle, and leave it to rest for a minute. Insert the plunger (the inner chamber of your Aeropress) into the outer tube, so the black seal is in line with the number 4. Stand it on end, so the 4 is closest to the table.

2. Add Coffee & Water

Add around 16 grams of medium to finely ground coffee and then pour your water up to the 1 mark.

3. Stir & Prepare Filter

Stir your coffee and set a timer for 1 minute, prepare your filter paper, by putting it in the filter holder and pouring hot water through to rinse it. Then screw onto the Aeropress.

 4. Brew & Pour

Once the minute has passed, place your mug upside down on top and carefully flip the whole stack. 

Carefully push the inner chamber down to brew your coffee. Enjoy!

Oh did we mention the makers of Frisbee invented the Aeropress?

V60 ​Dripper Coffee

One of the easiest methods for brewing coffee.

1. Weigh & Grind

Weigh out around 18 grams of medium coffee grounds per cup.

2. Place Filter

Place filter into the dripper and rinse with boiled water – helps improve the flavour. When this is done, add the coffee grounds and pour in 70ml – 100ml of the boiled water, in a circular motion (called blooming), ensuring all coffee is saturated. 

3. Brew & Enjoy

Allow the water to pass through the filter for around 30 seconds. After this add your water in 100ml doses with a 10 second gap between doses. Takes a little time but produces great coffee! 

Ratios for your method of brewing:

French Press/Cafetiere

1) Add 2 heaped table spoons (20g) of ground coffee to a French Press/Cafetiere

2) Add 170ml (60z) of just off boiling water.

3) Leave to brew for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally. 

4) Slowly press the plunger and serve in your favourite mug. 

Pour Over/V60

1) Add 2 heaped table spoons (20g) of ground coffee to a Pour Over/V60.

2) Pour over enough water to cover the grounds (around 50ml of 170ml total) and leave for around 20 seconds. 

3) Slowly pour the rest of the hot water in a circular motion to cover all the grounds. 

4) After 4 minutes, it should be fully drained and ready to serve.

Espresso Machine 

1) Start with 18g of espresso ground coffee in your portafilter 

2) Brew for roughly 26 seconds

3) Target end weight of espresso should be around 38-40grams.

As with everything in coffee always experiment as taste and equipment can vary widely. 

Happy Brewing.


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For U.K. mainland we operate a free shipping service for all orders over £15, £2.95 for orders below £15. For international shipping please email us for a quote -


We work on all orders in the order that we receive them. Normally we dispatch parcels either the same or next working day. However during very busy periods it may take an extra day or two for your parcel to be dispatched.

All our parcels are sent using First Class Royal Mail or DPD delivery service. If you are out when the parcel arrives, it can be collected from your local Royal Mail depot. 

Please contact for any returns. Returns can be made for any unsatisfactory products and full refund given. Please contact us within 5 business days of receiving your purchase to allows us to look into your query.

If your order becomes damaged in transit, we ask for you to provide photo evidence so we can process the refund through Royal Mail. 


Customer Reviews

Based on 85 reviews
Alan Roderick (London, GB)
The Description is True

If, like me, you rely on mail order to get (hopefully) great coffee then perhaps you read the Descriptions and Taste Notes on various web-site in trepidation rather than hope.
I am very pleased to say that WB Roastery has lived up to their Description for Signature Gold (and Simmer Down - see previous review) and I intend to make both part of my regular coffee experience.

I found Signature Gold to be a smooth, milk-chocolate (but adult tasting not the child orientated CDM bar) coffee without any acidic or bitterness in the after taste. Medium complexity on my palate, YMMV. Enjoyable, and hence the re-order.
Current settings: Niche 15.5, 92C, 6 sec pre-infusion, 16g in, 35g out in 33-35 secs.

Delicious roast

Lovely full taste, delivered quickly, as usual

Simon (Prestonpans, GB)
Delicious coffee

This is a great tasting coffee with absolutely no bitterness. It’s silky smooth with a nice creaminess to it. Love it!

Alison McDougal-Brownhill (Birmingham, GB)
Signature Gold

This coffee bean is so smooth, enhanced taste but with no after taste. This is now my favourite coffee.

Kelly Lewis (Basingstoke, GB)
Great coffee and easy ordering

I first tried the starter pack and have now settled on the signature gold coffee as my first choice. This is a lovely smooth coffee and perfect for every day.

Both orders I placed were very simple to complete and the coffee is roasted either same day, or next day and then shipped out. This means fantastically fresh coffee arrives only a day or so later.

I would definitely recommend WBR!

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