Holiday Blend

Comprising two delicious coffees from Kenya and Guatemala, Holiday Blend is roasted especially for the festive season.

Maybe you’re embarking on the roadie of a lifetime or maybe you’re working right through. Either way, this sunkissed, clear-sky coffee will take you where you need to go.
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Holiday Gift Packs Are Here!

Whether you're buying a present for your nearest and dearest or wondering what to get Steve from HR for Secret Santa, these gift packs have got you covered.
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Celebrating our partnership with the Mental Health Foundation

100% of the proceeds from every bag of Ethiopia Buku Sayisa sold is donated to the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.
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Our Purpose – Better Coffee For All

Better is a constant, we’re always improving — we’re better than the time before. It’s better for everyone who’s come to the party: coffee producers, coffee makers and coffee drinkers.
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About Coffee Supreme

Here at Coffee Supreme, we’re all about creating better coffee experiences for everyone who’s come to the party. We like to make sure everyone’s looked after right along the way — from the growers of great coffee, to all who enjoy it. It means putting in the hard yards to build lasting relationships with people who provide us with the quality of coffee we know and love, to making a better tasting coffee, however you might be drinking it.

‘Better’ means we prioritise quality and taste to create better coffee experiences for those who choose Supreme. It’s about looking after the environment, looking after each other, and it means choosing a coffee you can trust. ​​Better is a constant, we’re always improving — we’re better than the time before. We always ask, ‘what can we do better?’ And because we’ve done this for the past three decades, you can trust we’ll keep asking  ourselves this question. A Supreme cup of coffee is one you can trust, for flavour and care.


Keeping Coffee Supreme

It’s no easy feat producing really great coffee, let alone getting it to this side of the world. From growing and processing coffee to shipping and roasting, here’s a little look into the ins and outs of what it takes to fill your mug.

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