Torani Sugar Free
Peru FTO Coffee Beans
Our least expensive Fair Trade Organic Coffee is also one of the most flavourful beans.
Mocha Java Espresso Beans
The Mocha Java Espresso Beans are awesome in a latte - our top-selling Canadian Espresso.
Salted Caramel Syrup
Any time of the year, the Salted Caramel makes a delicious drink.
What Our Happy Customers Are Saying About...
"This syrup is my favourite by far! I am a huge fan of sweet and salty combinations and this flavour did not let me down! This syrup is a smooth tasting caramel with just a hint of salt. I was so impressed by this smooth delicious flavour that I bought 4 more bottles right after first trying it in my..."Torani Sugar Free Salted Caramel Syrup 750 mL
"I was a little wary of this syrup - seemed a bit weird to drink a Peanut Butter flavoured coffee. But upon trying it, I have to say this is quickly becoming a new favourite. If you like Peanut butter at all, this is a perfect compliment to a morning coffee. Rich tasting and just the right amount of ..."Torani Sugar Free Peanut Butter Syrup 750 mL
Buying Canadian coffee not only supports our national economy, but can often prove to be less expensive than foreign or U.S. coffees because of custom and duty fees. While Canada doesn't grow it's own coffee, you can find local suppliers who stock green coffee beans from around the world and will roast them just for you. You should be able to find the very best espresso Canada has to offer here, along with a myriad of Canadian coffee beans and grinds to satisfy our coffee culture.
We carry lots of origins of coffee offered by brands like Timothy's coffee, Canada. There's also Starbucks coffee which Canadians seem to have developed a taste for. That is why you can now buy gourmet coffee online.
Everybody wants coffee coupons, Canada has a huge number of trade partners and suppliers. What's important is to get coffee bags that are fresh, and grind them yourself if possible. If you're looking for where to buy coffee, you've found the right place.
Gourmet Coffee isn't hard to find - any flavour that has a unique taste and qualities because of it's origin can be considered gourmet. What really sets a coffee as gourmet is the freshness and how well it's roasted - high quality gourmet coffee is enjoyed within days of roasting, and ideally ground on the same day it is consumed. If you're looking for a specific coffee syrup flavor then you can add a flavored syrup to your coffee.
Coffee is a fresh product, which loses its flavour very quickly when not well protected. Roasted beans will be 'stale' (lose most of it's delicate flavours) within 4-6 weeks of the roasting, and ground coffee within days. Realistically, it takes just a few minutes for a grind to lose it's freshness. You want to find a supplier like Buy Coffee Canada who will roast your beans on the same day you order, so that they're not sitting on shelves for weeks. If you can't grind the beans yourself, you'll want to have them ground JUST before being shipped to you to enjoy all the gourmet flavours.