You can buy Happy Coffee Beans at The Post Office in Shalford, The Snooty Fox in Shalford, Cape Vets in Merrow, Andrew Peters Osteopath in Merrow and, of course, online

Buy our delicious coffee here

250g Bukonzo Beans

£5.00 + £3.20 postage (UK)

Bukonzo coffee beans 250g

250g Bukonzo Ground

£5.00 + £3.20 postage (UK)

Bukonzo ground coffee 250g

Information about postage and quantities.

We send our coffee with Royal Mail and they charge £3.20 for a small parcel (up to 1kg).  So if you buy 1 pack or 3 we have to charge you £3.20. 


Coffee stays fresh for up to three months (supermarket packs say up to 12), so why not buy three and save on the postage!


Click on the button below to go to the next page to see more about buying our coffee.



Raise funds for your projects with Happy Coffee Beans


We sell our ethically sourced, organic and hand roasted Ugandan coffee to schools, charities and

community groups.  


You receive plainly packaged coffee with an information label on the back.

The front is blank for you to create your own brand.


Our goal is to help you raise funds whilst supporting the coffee growers in Uganda.


Details and pricing is in the documents on the side, but in a nutshell it works like this: 


  1. We sell the coffee to you in 250g bags (either as beans or ground)

  2. You sell the coffee to your customers


It's as simple as that.  Why not get in touch for a chat?


You can email us using this simple form, or give us a call on 01483 531447.

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If you are a school click on this picture to see more

If you are a charity or community group click on this picture to see more

“We are delighted to be involved in the coffee project – we feel really good helping actually. We are also linking coffee into our curriculum as it can tick so many boxes with an added relevance because of the real life audience – we are dealing with real coffee producers in a far away land! How exciting for our children in Padiham! This is a real business link for them too – so thank you for this opportunity.”  


Head teacher at Padiham Green Primary School