Coffi Crefftwyr Cymreig / Welsh Artisan Coffee

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Ffa Da currently have a selection of five different coffees,

Hwre, Bore da, Gwyl, Halibalw and Nos Da.

Farm to Cup : Bringing the best quality coffee beans to the Cambrian Coast.

Each of our coffees offers a unique flavour, taste and mouthfeel. There is nothing quite like the taste of freshly roasted coffee. We only use Arabica coffee beans and roast in small batches to ensure freshness. Look out for our special blends offered during different times of the year.

We are mindful of the environmental impact of production and waste, we have carefully considered our packaging in the development of Ffa Da.

Create a Better Future for Coffee Farmers and Our Planet.

We only buy our green beans from suppliers who are committed to ensuring that all workers in their global supply chain enjoy safe and fair treatment in their workplace and comply with the modern slavery policy. Our choice of suppliers guarantees the farmers a sustainable future.

Let’s raise a REUSABLE cup of coffee to that!

Brewing Suggestions

Enjoy our coffee with a variety of different brewing methods. The table below suggests ratios for you to try, but feel free to alter to suit your palate.

Water Temperature 93-97’c

Grind size Water amount Coffee amount Brew Time
Espresso Extra Fine 36ml 18g 20-30 sec
Moka Fine Fill chamber Fill basket 3-5 min
Aeropress Fine 225ml 15-18g 1-2 min
Filter Medium 220ml 16-18g 3-4 min
Cafetiere Medium/Coarse 1 litre 60g 4 min


The Ffa Da Roasting Process

Green coffee beans are placed in the hopper before entering the roasting drum

The beans begin by absorbing energy they become yellow and then start giving off heat

Caramalisation occurs as the beans begin to deepen in colour

A cracking noise is heard as the beans hit ‘First Crack’ and now the flavours begin

Now the beans are developing, we now need to find the sweet spot

Finally the roasted beans are dropped, cooled, bagged and enjoyed

Our Coffee


Hwre is our House Espresso Blend. Our African and South American blend has been created with great attention to detail. Hwre translates to Hurrah, a coffee to start your day with a kick.

Hwre is an African and South American espresso blend it has been created with meticulous attention to detail in order to bring out the complimentary characteristics of a blend of origin and process.

Bore da

About Bore Da

Bore da is our single origin Brazilian coffee, delicious brewed in a moka pot (stove pot) and also offers lots of flavour brewed with a cafetiere. Its name ‘Bore Da’ means good morning it’s a perfect cup to enjoyed in the morning, smooth and delicious. This coffee is well balanced and full of flavour, its perfect served with all selections of milk.

Farm: Rancho Grande

Varietal: Mundo Novo & Acacia

Processed: Natural – Static Box

Altitude: 970 masl

Cup Score: 83.25

Coffee production began at the Rancho Grande Farm in 1933, when Mr. Aneite Reis inherited 5 hectares of crops to start production from. Today, the farm is run by José Carlos Reis and his son Flávio (Fafa) Reis, both son and grandson of Mr. Aneite. The farm for diversification also has many cows for dairy and meat production.

Nos da

Nos da is our Decaffeinated Coffee. For coffee lovers who enjoy the taste of coffee but not the after effects caffeine can have on their body. All brewing methods will provide a delicious brew. Enjoy this coffee after a meal, tasty with cream and any milk.

Blended from Nicaragua and El Salvador beans.


Plantation:  Apollo 11

Processed: Natural

Varietal: Catuai

Altitude: 1500 masl

This plantation is owned by Silvio Sanchez and his mother. The land is mountainous and remote but ideally suited to coffee growing.

El Salvador

Estate: El Cipres

Processed: Natural

Varietal: Red Bourbon

Altitude: 1950 masl

This estate located on the Northern slopes of the Picacho Volcano in the Balsamo-Quezaltepec coffee region. Owned by the Alvares Gallardo family.


Gwyl is our single origin Rwandan coffee bean, acidic, fruity and light, it’s most enjoyed with the more subtle brewing methods such as a cafeitere, milk can be added but first try it served black.

Washing station: Ruvumbu 035

Varietal: Red Bourbon

Processed: Washed

Altitude: 1700 masl

The Ruvumbu washing station is situated in the southwest corner of the country on the mountainous shores of Lake Kivu. Like many other washing stations in Rwanda, Ruvumbu started life as a cooperatively run endeavour, which has since seen investment by private owners and management. Justin Musabyimana – a local farm owner and manager of the Mahembe washing station, also in Nyamasheke – took over in 2014.


Halibalŵ is our Single Origin Peruvian Coffee. This bean is full of punchy flavours and delicious served black, especially as a cold brew. This coffee complements the palate well after a meal.

Farm: El Basal, Chontali

Varietal: Mixed

Processed: Washed

Altitude: 1800-1900 masl

The El Basal village in the Chontali district and is made up of day lots from various producers within the village. The main variety grown in this area is caturra, but more recently producers have been renovating with castillo, gran colombia or other catimor varieties.

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