Our Coffi Story

1085 Snowdonia Coffi is a coffee company that was conceived by two friends while having a chance meet in uncertain times. Coffee brought us together, helped break down our barriers and talk. We hope it helps you too.

Through talking, the idea of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi was conceived, we wanted a blend/roast that we could enjoy pre or post cycling, help fuel our next adventure or simply catching a sunrise.

We understand not everyone is a seasoned coffee drinker, but with a little help from our three blends you might just enjoy the occasional trip to the dark side.

Currently we offer a 10, 8 and 5 blends/roasts. They come in a variety of sizes/packaging and can be used with a stove top, minipresso, cafeteria or straight into the pour over.

So, talk and reflect over a 1085 Snowdonia Coffi

Our Coffi

1085 Snowdonia Coffi – 10

10 is Monsooned Malabar coffee, originating from South West India.

India Monsooned Malabar is a particularly strong coffee bean with unique combinations of brown spice, tobacco, and wood notes with an intense earthy finish.

Monsooned Malabar creates a full body brew with low acidity and works well as an espresso blend.

The monsooned process is unique to the South-West coast of India, consisting of exposing green coffee to the high humidity conditions. During the monsoon season, exposure to humidity causes the coffee beans to swell as they soak in moisture, unveiling the distinct aromas and unique flavours of the coffee beans. The process takes between 12 and 16 months as the coffee beans double in size and turn a pale golden colour.

This processing method dates back to an era when raw green coffee beans were transported from India to Europe via the Cape of Good Hope – a journey which could take up to six months. With coffee beans stored within the wooden hulls of sailing vessels, it was noticed that the sea winds and humid atmospheres of the monsoon season transformed the character and state of the beans, enhancing their flavour profile.

1085 Snowdonia Coffi – 8

8 has four origins, Africa, India, Indonesia & South America.

Blend of 3 Classic Coffees from Indonesia, Central East Africa and Central America – their qualities combine to give a smooth, rich, yet weighty drink, with a flavour to suit all ways of brewing the drink.

1085 Snowdonia Coffi – 5

5 has originated from Guatemala and Rwanda.

This Fairtrade, organic coffee is from a stunning women’s co-op; Asociación de Productores de Café Diferenciados y Especiales de Guatemala (Asprocdegua) is a producing organization with 664 contributing members, 394 of whom have organic certification.

The producing members own small farms, an average of 2 hectares each, on which they plant coffee as well as other crops for diversification, including bananas, citrus fruit like oranges and lemons, avocado, guava, and cassava.

The organization offers its members access to technical assistance and routinely provides services such as soil analysis, test farms, and social projects based on food security, education, and nutrition. The smallholders of Asprocdegua are from several different municipalities within the area, including San Marcos, Cuilco, Colotenango, Santa Bárbara, San Sebastián Huehuetenango, Sipacapa, San Antonio Huisa, Cantinil Union, San Pedro Necta, Todos Santos, and Concepción Huista.

This is a very special bean consisting of coffee grown by 8 amazing women across 5 different villages in Huehuetenango. The concept of this coffee is to support the producer. Each producer processes their own coffee, then Fredy’s wife cups every lot, and combines similar qualities and profiles together.


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Brewing Guide

AeroPress Inverted Brewing Guide

  • Boil water, and leave to rest for a minute.
  • Insert the plunger into the outer tube, so the black seal is in line with the number 4.
  • Add 17g of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi and slowly add the water up to the top.
  • Stir for 10 seconds and leave to stand for a minute.
  • Insert the filter into the cap and rinse.
  • Attach the filter cap to your AeroPress.
  • Place your mug upside down on top of the AeroPress and turn 180 degrees.
  • Gently plunge to brew your coffee.

AeroPress Brewing Guide

  • Boil water, and leave to rest for a minute.
  • Attach the plunger to the body of the AeroPress so the filter cap faces upwards.
  • Place filter paper in the cap and rinse with water.
  • Add 17g of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi and slowly add the water up to the top.
  • Insert the plunger and gently plunge to brew your coffee.

Top Tip:
Consistent gentle pressure is key to reducing bitterness and adding flavour

Cafetiere Brewing Guide

  • Boil water, and leave to rest for a minute.
  • Add 17g of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi per cup.
  • Fill the Cafetière with hot water.
  • Stir for 10 seconds and leave to stand for 4 minutes.
  • Gently plunge to brew your coffee.

Top Tip:
Leave the lid and filter off for the gases to escape while the coffee brews.

Mini / NanoPresso Brewing Guide

  • Unscrew the portafilter, filter basket and water tank.
  • Add 8g of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi to the filter basket.
  • Place the coffee filter basket into the main chamber and screw on the portafilter.
  • Add water to the water tank and screw to main chamber.
  • Unlock the piston by twisting it counter clockwise.
  • Pump the piston to extract the espresso.
  • It should take about 20-30 pumps to extract fully.

Pour Over Brewing Guide

  • Boil water, and leave to rest for a minute.
  • Put the filter into the Coffee Brewer and rinse with hot water.
  • Add 34g of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi and pour 500ml of hot water into your brewer.
  • Stir for 10 seconds and leave to stand for 4 minutes.

Top Tip:
By rinsing the filter paper it enhances the flavour of the coffee.

Stove Top Brewing Guide

  • Boil water, and leave to rest for a minute.
  • Fill the middle chamber of the stove top with 1085 Snowdonia Coffi and level off.
  • Fill the bottom chamber of the stove top with hot water.
  • Screw the stove top chambers together and place on your heating device.
  • When you see/hear the coffee start to bubble, close the lid and turn off your heating device.

Top Tip:
By using hot water it immediately starts the brewing process, enhancing your flavour experience.


Part of 1085 Snowdonia Coffi mission is to share the love of good coffee with as many people as we can, far and wide.

Through our wholesale program, we help showcase these carefully selected coffees within the unique setting of your own cafe, shop, Airbnb, hotel—or anywhere else you need it.

If you are interested in finding more about becoming a 1085 Snowdonia Coffi wholesale partner, please email hello@1085adventures.co.uk