London Commercial Coffee Machines

You can find Liquidline’s London Office near the Farringdon Train Station. 
Skip your local Farringdon coffee shop and visit our bustling office with a fresh cup of coffee on arrival.


66 Turnmill St, Farringdon, London EC1M 5RR, UK




We’re a short two-minute walk from Farringdon station.


We are on Bus routes 18, 38 & 243


Check the map for our location. But please note that we don’t have a visitor’s car park, and it can be hard to find a public parking space in central London.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday          7:00am – 5:00pm


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Finding the Best Coffee Supplier as a Business in London

If you have recently opened a cafe, restaurant or coffee shop business or you are an office, gym, or car showroom then this article will be useful in helping you source the best coffee supplier for your new business in and around London. There are some essential factors to consider when it comes to sourcing a trustworthy supplier.

 Choosing the right coffee supplier as a business in London can be a difficult choice to make. Whether you are looking to supply your employees with high-quality coffee or fuel your customers with coffee that will keep everyone happy and relaxed, there are similar principles. When it comes to choosing a coffee supplier, You will want to start and maintain a good working relationship with a coffee supplier company that is right for both you and your working environment.

 Consider Your Workplace Needs

You will first need to determine what your business is looking for in terms of services. You might need wholesale coffee for your car showroom, or a brand-new bean to cup coffee machine for your office. Take a step back and consider how your work environment operates. Are you in need of a coffee solution that can help increase staff productivity levels? Or are you looking for a premium coffee solution offering to impress clients and visitors? Deciding your workplace factors can help when it comes to approaching different coffee suppliers in the area.

 Share Your Business Values and Interests 

If your business is hot on sustainability issues, then it is essential you target eco-conscious coffee suppliers to reflect your brand values and image and uphold your reputation as a business that provides environmentally friendly products and services. Be passionate about supporting the causes and sharing ideas with your supplier. Research suppliers that interest you and have a proven history of establishing meaningful customer relationships with corporate clients locally and share similar values to that of the businesses they support.

Provide High-Quality Beans 

At Liquidline, we provide a range of high-quality coffee bean brands and products, that have been Fairtrade Certified, ethically approved and quality control checked. We make sure that our products are delivered to the highest standard, and reflect our company values and image as a proactive supporter of sustainability. We carry out our taste tests of the beans with the help of our in-house professionally qualified Baristas. 

Check Customer Reviews 

Before you make a purchase, whether that be online or in-store, always check online customer reviews beforehand. Check the supplier’s website for customer reviews. Please read what others say about them. You can also check online case studies to see who they have previously worked with, what they provided for them and what the client has said about the service they received. Consider the quality of service they are providing and the level of service they provide. It is worth reading the reviews to help with the decision-making process and determine how reliable and professional your chosen supplier is.

Local Expert Knowledge 

Check out the local supplier in your district first in a bid to support local wholesale coffee roasters and coffee machine suppliers. Consider how far the supplier is from your workplace in terms of receiving regular deliveries and visiting their premises to determine how they work. Local knowledge and expertise will allow them to recommend the products and services you need based on similar customer orders. If they have a nearby cafe or coffee shop, then visit to see them in action for yourself, talk to staff and gain a better understanding of how they operate.

Here are some questions to ask before making a final decision about the supplier.

How long has the supplier been in business?

An important question to ask to determine how much knowledge and expertise the supplier has. If they have been in business for less than a year but can prove they have the experience of working with a variety of different clients, then give them a try. If however, they have only been in business for three months and have no evidence of working with clients altogether than this is a risk not worth taking.

What can the wholesaler tell you about the coffee beans/machines?

Does the supplier know about all the products they sell and are they able to steer you in the right direction in terms of what are your business needs? Can they tell you what coffee machine you need to help manage your daily output? Can they advise you on the make, model and type of machine and show you the difference between a commercial machine and a bean to cup machine?

Have they any knowledge of barista training?

If the supplier has proven experience of barista training and can show a working demonstration of the machines available, then this is a good sign that you could establish a long-term working relationship with the supplier. If they can operate the machines, then they will have the knowledge and expertise to guide you in the right direction.

Are they supplying premium quality products at a reasonable price? 

Check that the coffee products they sell are not just labelled as premium products but as premium products and have Fairtrade Certified logos on the packaging. Also, check they sell their products in bulk at reasonable prices, or when it comes to coffee machines that they provide outright purchase and leasing options.

Above all, you must find a coffee supplier that is the right fit for you and can deliver the products and services you need efficiently and within the estimated time frame to avoid any delays. They must be supportive of your cause, brand values and business needs and not be pushy when it comes to making a sale. Once you have shortlisted a few suppliers, consider the best price and option for you. Remember to find a supplier that is passionate about coffee, has local expert knowledge and can help you take the steps you need to provide an ultimate coffee experience in your workplace.

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