100 varieties of coffee beans, the world’s largest selection, available to you unroasted or in your choice of six roasts.
Our café-roastery at the corner of Bathurst and Bloor has closed but our online business continues to offer Canada’s largest selection of coffee.
Home roasters, coffee syphons, French presses, espresso machines, grinders and all the accessories you can imagine are found in our online catalog.
Green Beanery has a mission, one that extends beyond the commercial (not that we aren’t proud to have become Canada's largest online retailer of coffee and coffee equipment, offering more varieties of coffee beans than any other retailer in the world and selling more coffee paraphernalia than any other Canadian retailer).
Green Beanery aims to reinvent the coffee shop of old. Until the 1920s, when big business began to take over the coffee industry, all coffee shops roasted their own. Green Beanery is helping to spur a renaissance in local roasting by supplying hundreds of micro-roasters and restaurants, and leading by example by roasting all of our own coffee, too, at our cafe-roastery at 565 Bloor St West in Toronto’s Annex district.
The renaissance includes returning coffee shops to the service of the community, providing a place to sip small luxuries in an atmosphere large with comforts for both mind and palate. You won’t find Wi-Fi in our cafe - our patrons place a premium on conversations and conviviality.
The renaissance also includes reviving the coffee shop as change agent. Coffee shops of old were known for great innovations and passionate discourse - this is where Lloyd’s of London launched the insurance industry, and where social revolutions were born. In that spirit, Green Beanery hosts Grounds for Thought for those who relish having their intellect provoked and entertained. Fittingly, Green Beanery is owned by Probe International, a Canadian charity known for out-of-the-box thinking, whose directors have included many of Canada’s most celebrated minds, among them Jane Jacobs, David Suzuki, Margaret Laurence and Thomas Berger.
About the bean Our new lot of Brazil Natural is a collaboration between neighbouring farmers in the Sul de Minas region. Like our first Brazil...View full product details
About the bean When we're asked for recommendations for a good, classic coffee or a morning brew or a coffee that will suit most tastes,...View full product details
About the bean This batch of washed El Salvador SHG EP comes to us from the Mapache Estate located in western El Salvador's Apaneca Ilamatepec mountain range...View full product details
It doesn't get much sweeter than this! No sugar needed. Green Espresso Sweet Santa (unroasted) For an explanation of our different roast, see here: http://greenbeanery.ca/pages/roasting-chartView full product details
About the bean A number of the major coffee-growing countries we source from may not know how great their product is. When the "good stuff"...View full product details
About the bean The Huehuetenango growing region is not a volcanic terrain although it is rich in limestone and lies in close proximity to the...View full product details