Our medium roast signature beans that are blended by Glasshouse Mountain make exceptional coffee and are sold exclusively by us.
Yellow Bourbon Brazilian Coffee Beans
A specialty coffee bean with a light caramel roast that's full of flavour. Shop Brazilian coffee beans.
Single Origin Nicaraguan Coffee Beans
A smooth body that produces a smooth taste and excellent coffee. Shop Nicaraguan coffee beans.
Award Winning Buena Vista
This blend has hints of peach and thanks to its light roast it's a great bean for a filtered coffee.
Limited Edition Costa Rican
A bean with malt medium body and good acidity
Single Origin Papua New Guinea Coffee Beans
Single-origin coffees are beans that are grown within a specific region, allowing their flavour to be very precise. This single original bean is balanced and boasts a pleasant range of unique tasting notes. Shop PNG coffee beans.
Premium Roasted Swiss Water Decaf
Sweet decaf premium coffee beans that manage to perfectly imitate the taste of a bold espresso. Shop decaf coffee beans.
Guatemalan Coffee Beans
Spicy and Crisp with a delicious lingering aftertaste. Shop Guatemalan coffee beans.
Organic Jungle Bean Coffee
An exceptional quality coffee bean that's rich and heavy and is perfect for espresso. Shop organic coffee beans.
Wholesale Coffee beans delivered to your door!
We deliver wholesale coffee beans online across Australia - directly to your door.
Get more information on delivery & coffee subscriptions below.
Types of Coffee Beans Which Come in Wholesale
There's a huge variety of different coffee beans that are available to purchase wholesale. If you're struggling to decide which bean to purchase from a coffee bean shop, a good place to start is thinking about what kind of roast you'd like.
Different methods of coffee making work best with different kinds of roasts. For example, an espresso works best with a dark roast bean, while a light roast bean is recommended when making filtered coffee.
Different roasts have different tastes, too. So, if you are not sure which type of roast is best for you, it's a good idea to go for a medium roast. This will allow you to enjoy the benefits of both a dark and light roast coffee bean.
It's also important to consider how you would like the wholesale coffee ground. Some coffee makers prefer to buy the beans whole and grind it at home, while others like to buy the coffee pre-ground. If you decide to opt for the latter, it's recommended that you consider how you will make your coffee before you decide on a specific grind.
How can I buy wholesale coffee?
If you are interested in buying whole coffee, please get in touch with us at https://glasshousemountainscoffee.com.au/ and let us know what kind of coffee you are interested in and how much you would like. Once we have this information, one of our experienced team members will put together a quote for you.
We are also open to wholesale coffee partnerships. (please check if this is true with the client - I put it in here for SEO)
Is wholesale coffee cheaper?
Yes, Buying coffee wholesale will lower the purchase price of coffee by around 30%. This is a great option for anyone who loves a certain type of coffee and wants to stock up - or for those that require coffee for commercial use, like cafe owners.
How to store whole coffee beans?
When buying wholesale coffee, you'll be buying a large quantity at one time, so it is imperative to store your beans correctly to avoid losing their flavour.
Coffee beans should always be stored in an airtight container - especially if they are pre-ground. It's also important to store beans in a cool and dark place as they can negatively be affected by heat and oxygen.
How long does wholesale coffee last?
Contrary to what many people think, coffee beans can actually last a considerably long time when stored correctly.
Once the coffee is opened - and if it's stored in a cool dark place - it can last up to one year. However, this is only true if the beans haven't been ground. If the beans have been ground, the coffee can keep its taste for up to 5 months when stored correctly.
If the bag of wholesale coffee has yet to be opened, you should refer to the date marked on the bag for expiration.