Common Man Coffee Roasters | Coffee Beans | Heza, Burundi | Filter Roast

These washed heirloom and bourbon coffee beans are from the team at Long Miles Coffee Project. The beans were grown at around 2000 metres above sea level in the Gitwe Hill region of Burundi in East Africa, a bustling and fertile area with a rich sense of community. Expect blackcurrant and red grape flavours to permeate, with a sticky body and a lingering, sweet aftertaste. The beans have been roasted specifically for a coffee filter.




Champions of speciality coffee in Singapore, Common Man Coffee Roasters celebrate the relationships formed throughout the journey between bean and cup – from the farmers and millers to baristas and drinkers.

A combination of experience and passion has culminated in a thriving café, academy and roastery, with their dedicated team continuously sharing their love for coffee in an approachable and enjoyable way.


Common Man Coffee Roasters are some of the good guys. We love their commitment to sourcing sustainable coffee, the ever-growing academy teaching people the ways of the coffee bean and their regular charity partnerships. Most of all though, we love the coffee!

We reckon that if you're a wine lover like us, you'll also be interested in exploring new flavours in your morning joe, from supple single blends to robust roasts. Give a couple of bags a try – we're sure you'll be converted to their brews as quickly as we were.


Our regular delivery days are every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 1pm to 5pm. If you'd like a specific time outside of that, please let us know in the checkout notes.

Remember that if you're part of our Organic Wine Club, you can get discounted rates on all our partner brands – get in touch and we'll apply the discount for you.

For more information, please take a look at our delivery and FAQ pages.

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