Lost Horizon Coffee is a micro-batch, specialty roastery based in Bristol.
Named after a century-old book depicting ‘Shangri-la’ (a utopian land where people live long, contented lives eating stimulating berries), Lost Horizon was founded in an attempt to make utopian fantasy a liquid reality.
Chosen on the conditions the farmers are treated fairly, each batch creates a more sustainable living for growers. This allows developing communities to raise the quality of produce every year. It’s a win-win situation.
We offset the carbon produced (from farm to cup) twice. This means we give back double the resources used, including boiling your kettle to brew it. Working with projects like Ecologi and Reforestum, tress are being planted around the world as well as supporting other carbon capturing solutions.
Our packaging is a mixture of recyclable and biodegradable materials, delivered in a letterbox friendly design.
Lost Horizon’s founder, Kit, fell in love with roasting coffee whilst working as an engineer many moons ago. Since then, his passion and desire to create fantastic coffee hasn’t wavered.
Motivated by sustainable living (and caffeine), he particularly enjoys tinkering with machinery, staring at roast graphs, and drinking lots of coffee.