How it works

Small batches
You order your coffee online and we roast in small batches.
Fresh coffee
We deliver your coffee to your door and you enjoy it fresh.
We use premium organic coffee beans and roast our coffee dark, medium or light. The result is a delicious, smooth roasted coffee with a French touch.
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What is Mutineer Coffee?
Mutineer Coffee is a unique online coffee boutique with a family vibe. Mutineer Coffee is the online store where you get your style of coffee when you want it. We also offer coffee subscriptions to make it easier for you and have your coffee freshly delivered on a regular basis.  You will also find us at local markets, Orewa Beach Market most Sundays.  Kumeu Market on the third Sunday of the month.

Who runs Mutineer Coffee?
Sam, Kris and James.  A Kiwi Family, Based in Auckland, we are 100% New Zealand owned & operated, and passionate about delivering fresh, premium coffee directly to you.  Just the way you like it.

Why Mutineer Coffee?

As descendants from the Mutiny of the Bounty we thought it would be a great name for our coffee company.  Also Sam Loves to talk about his heritage and it really is a great conversation starter.

What type of coffee do you provide and where do you source the coffee beans?
Our coffee is roasted, medium to dark roast, perfect for espresso, flat white and other milk based coffee. We have 5 types of coffee and our coffee beans come from various part of the world:

  • Le Coffee, a medium to dark roasted blend of three certified organic beans from Mexico, Papua New Guinea and Colombia.
  • Bounty: Sweet, Rich and Delightful.  Medium/Dark Three bean blend from indonesia. 
  • Nine: Medium, Soft and just right.  Single Origin Papua New Guinea Light/Medium Roast.  
  • Swashbuckler: Dark, Smokey and a little Bitter, this single origin Brazilian dark roast 
  • Decaffeinated: a decaffeinated medium to dark roasted blend, Brazilian based coffee beans.


Where do you roast your coffee?
Our coffee is roasted locally in Auckland, New Zealand. Because our professional roaster roasts our coffee in small batches, your orders are immediately packed, dispatched and freshly delivered to your door within 1-4 working days.

Do you have ground coffee?

Yes. When you make an order, simply specify the type of grind you want: whole beans, espresso grind, filter grind or plunger grind (French press).

What type of grind shall I choose?
That depends on the method and equipment you use to prepare your coffee. The coffee grind can have an enormous effect on the way your cup of coffee looks and tastes. If the grind is too coarse then the coffee flavours will tend to be under extracted and you will end up with a weak tasting coffee. If the grind is too fine the coffee will become over extracted and bitter. Espresso machines will generally require coffee that is more finely ground than coffee filters or plungers (French presses).

How do I order coffee?
You can order your coffee directly from our website here. Or if you like you can email us at or call us on 021 577 959.

Are prices in New Zealand dollar?
Yes, prices are NZD and include GST.

What methods of payments can I use?
We use PayPal as a third party payment processor. You can make secure payments using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Maestro bank cards.

Is the online payment secure?
Your payment information is stored securely. Your account details are only used for fulfilling orders and are not shared with third parties without your knowledge and permission. You will never be asked for your password or credit card information via e-mail. Only you can change your password; do not give out your password to anyone for any reason.

When will my order arrive?
We don’t store or package our coffee before any orders because we deliver fresh coffee. After you have ordered your coffee, allow 1-4 days working days for your coffee  to arrive by post. (I do try to get it out as soon as possible)

How can I get in touch?
Use the  contact form, send us an email at or give us a call on 021 577 959.

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