Premium office coffee beans, roasted to perfection!
200 years of experience in coffee roasting
The aromas, taste and origin of quality coffee is the focus of our team at Corporate Coffee Solutions. Finding and recommending premium coffee brewing methods is what you can expect from our coffee experts. We offer a wide range of coffee machines, and for every machine there is a coffee to go with: beans, ground coffee, capsules, pre-dosed filters… we offer them all!
We proudly supply a selection of premium coffee brands, roasted in Belgium and shipped to coffee loving workplaces all over the world. With more than 200 years of experience as a coffee roasting company coffee, Miko Coffee offers a range of coffee blends that reflects our knowledge and heritage.
Our Master Coffee Roasters source the finest green coffee beans from around the globe. Originating from all corners of the world, green coffee is shipped to the port of Antwerp, the world’s largest storage site of coffee. It’s no coincidence that, at just 40km from Antwerp, the roastery is daily supplied with top quality green coffee beans. Carefully blended to boost the finest aromas, that’s where our skillful roasters showcase their craftsmanship.
We carry 3 unique flavours catering to all tastes and sure to complement any office coffee culture.
OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT COFFEE ROASTERY & BEANS
Roasting coffee beans is a specific process with a seemingly infinite range of possible outcomes in terms of flavour, aroma and colour. The roasting of green coffee beans changes their flavour to the one desired by the roaster. Coffee roasts are normally described by the colour of the bean they produce: light, medium or dark.
Roasting is the most important stage in coffee production and can be the make or break of a good cup of coffee. Roasting is when the hard work of the coffee farmer is celebrated. Our skilled coffee roasters select the green coffee beans and blend and roast them to perfection.
Coffee beans are cultivated in about 70 countries around the world, close to the Equator. Coffee is grown in South & Central America, Africa and Asia. Arabica beans account for about 60% of the coffee beans produced and sold worldwide, and Robusta beans for about 40%.
It’s important to remember that coffee beans are sensitive to light and heat. That’s why coffee should be kept in and stored in a cool, dark place like your fridge in an opaque brown bag or an airtight container. The longer your beans sit out, or the more exposure they have to those conditions, the more flavour they’ll lose.