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Hope you had a good break, we sure did!
Order deadline is Monday, 30th with all orders shipping Wednesday.

Next coffee roast

Next roast with delivery the following Friday.

Our Best Coffee Beans from 2022

If you are looking for the best specialty coffee beans for your hand drip / pour over setup, the beans below are the ones our customers ordered again and again (and again). If it’s your first time ordering, we recommend the fruity Sidamo or Nutty Colombia Direct trade.

Too Tame?

The Curious Collection is for you.

Award-winning, auction-bought specialty coffee beans

Not your typical cup, these coffee beans are bold, wild, something new.

Drip bag coffee for coffee lovers on the go.

In addition to specialty coffee beans, we also sell drip bags. Roasted fresh, ground, and preserved using nitrogen injection it’s almost as good as grinding it yourself and infinitely better than capsules.

The BeanCurious Promise

We only offer high-scoring, high altitude coffee beans

We hand roast every week at our roastery in Hong Kong

Ethically sourced, packed with flavor, not-plastic

Good coffee beans + Kinu = Fantastic coffee.
Every time.

The Kinu line of grinders are the best in class hand mills that gives OCD-level coffee lovers precise, stepless control (coffee nerds know what this means), for perfect pour over and espresso.

The best coffee beans in Hong Kong?
Don't take our word for it.

Hands down the best coffee in Hong Kong.
Julien Breteau
A Happy Customer
The road to great coffee has never been easier.

Take control of your coffee beans

Experiment with beans roasted at every level to fine-tune your cup, light, our choice or dark. The only way you’ll get more control is if you roast them yourself. 

Read up on our latest guides to good coffee.

How to Brew It
Sean Okihiro

Tasting those flavors on the bag.

What the bag says: “Deep caramel flavours, with lingering notes of lemon peel and cashews” What you think: “This tastes like… coffee” Is there a

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Coffee Beans
Sean Okihiro

How to pick good coffee

There are way too many varieties of coffee and there is no way you will be able to try them all. However there are some

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Whole coffee beans in a glass jar.
How to Brew It
Sean Okihiro

Picking Beans for Pour Over Coffee

The antithesis of capsule coffee, pour-over is a process that demands your attention, rewarding you with coffee far more complex than drip or French Press. Once you have the technique down, don’t squander your skill with boring beans. Get out and experiment with single origin beans and get ready to taste some wild coffees.

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We also love cooking!

Our Japanese Donabe is a real workhorse, perfect for winter hotpots, stews, and slow-food Sundays.

It’s not coffee related but we LOVE this pot. Cooks anything, anywhere. Bake bread in your oven, heat up stews with gas, do hot-pot table side on an  induction stove. Plus its got that Japanese minimalist beauty.

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