the snowdonia Coffi Story

1085 Snowdonia Coffi is a new coffee brand, conceived by two friends having a chance encounter in uncertain times. The opportunity to come together and chat over a coffee helped us break down our barriers and communicate, something we hope our coffee helps you with, too.

With 1085 Snowdonia Coffi, we wanted to offer a variety of different blends that we could use to help fuel our next adventure, whether as a camping coffee, to energise pre or post a cycling trip, or simply while catching a sunrise.

We currently offer three coffee blends, each named after the numbers in 1085: Snowdonia Coffi 10, Snowdonia Coffi 8, and Snowdonia Coffi 5. The three blends are available in either beans or grinds, packaged in a variety of sizes, for use with a stove top, minipresso, cafeteria or straight into the pour over. The different blends each boast their own unique flavour profile to meet varied coffee drinker’s tastes. Although not everyone is a seasoned coffee drinker, with a little help from our three blends you might just enjoy the occasional trip to the dark side. 

So, talk, reflect and communicate over a 1085 Snowdonia Coffi.

Our Coffee Blends
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1085 Snowdonia Coffi 10 is Monsooned Malabar coffee, originating from South West India. This is a particularly strong camping coffee with unique combinations of brown spice, tobacco, and wood notes with an intense earthy finish.


1085 Snowdonia Coffi 8 is a blend of three classic coffees from Indonesia, Central East Africa and Central America – their qualities combine to give the camping coffee a smooth, rich, yet weighty drink, with a flavour that suits all brewing techniques.


1085 Snowdonia Coffi 5 is a mellow, everyday roast with hints of chocolate and red fruits that hark to its origins in Guatemala and Rwanda.

Coffee Subscription

Our 1085 Snowdonia Coffi is available as a fully flexible coffee subscription, allowing you to customise your beans, grounds or Exped packs and always have Coffi ready for your next adventure.

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12 Month coffee Subscription

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Coffee 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 camping coffee and slowly add the water  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 camping 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 camping 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 camping coffee 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 Camping coffee 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 camping 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.

Wholesale Coffee

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 out more about the camping coffee or wish to become a 1085 Snowdonia Coffi wholesale partner, please email

Coffee FAQs

We’ve seen a lot of different questions and queries floating around on the web, and regularly receive emails asking us about the different ways to brew coffee, and general questions about coffee, so we’ve decided to answer them here for you. Of course, if you have any more questions about our camping coffee, please don’t hesitate to ask!

What is a coffee subscription?
A coffee subscription is when you make a recurring payment in order to receive regular deliveries of coffee grounds or beans to your doorstep, ensuring that you never spend a single second without your coffee. You can choose the delivery frequency and coffee types.

What is the best coffee subscription?
The best coffee subscription is the one that best suits your needs as a coffee drinker, by offering the most appropriate delivery schedules of the tastiest coffee at a great price. We may be biassed, but we think the 1085 Snowdonia Coffi Coffee Subscription is the best coffee subscription.


Camping Coffee How To’s

For the coffee lovers who absolutely refuse to go a single day without their favourite beverage, we’ve put together a list of commonly asked ‘how to’ questions for brewing a perfect cup of camping coffee.

How to make coffee camping:
There are many different methods of making camping coffee, depending on the style of coffee that you prefer, and how much weight you’d like to carry in your pack. For those looking to keep weight to an absolute minimum, we recommend the Ultralight Java Drip camping coffee maker. Once you know which coffee maker you’ll use, check out our brewing guide.

How to use a percolator coffee pot camping:
Using a percolator coffee pot while camping is a popular method, although it is not one of the most lightweight options for making camping coffee. However, the steps on how to use a percolator coffee pot camping are quite simple. We’ve put together a guide on how to make camping coffee using a percolator coffee pot that will soon come out in our journal.

How to make coffee while camping without fire:
There are numerous ways to make camping coffee without fire. You can use additional equipment such as a camp stove, or a solar kettle to heat up your water, or if you have lots of time you can use the cold brew method by leaving your grounds in water for 10-12 hours.