Tuesday roasting is here!

Monday and Thursday have been our roast and ship days since day one here at Square Mile, but as we’ve grown, we’ve tweaked the formula a little. This started with roasting and shipping Red Brick and Decaf every day, but now we’re making a bigger change as we’re adding in a whole new roast day to our weekly schedule.

Yes, we’ll now be roasting our full range of coffees every Tuesday, as well as every Monday and Thursday.

This is great news as it means you’re likely to get your coffee quicker, though please bear this new roast day in mind if you’re used to ordering coffee to arrive on a particular day of the week.

Our first Tuesday roast day will be August the 15th, and to celebrate we’ll be adding a small thank you into each webshop order we ship for the whole of that week (14th to the 18th).

At the same time, we’re also changing the cut off time for order processing from midnight to 8:30am on the day of a roast. Currently, for example, to get your coffee roasted on Monday, you need to order by midnight on Sunday. Going forward, however, you’d only need your order in before 8:30am on Monday.

This means if you place an order at 7:30am on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, we’ll roast and ship your coffee that same day – ideal if you’ve noticed you’re running low that morning and want something freshly roasted and delicious delivered asap!

Lastly, some of you may have already noticed that we’ve quietly introduced 1kg bag options on our website recently. We’ve been delighted with the response to these larger bags and will be offering all future coffee releases in this larger size.

If you have any questions at all about these changes, please don’t hesitate to ask. You can contact us on [email protected]

Paul Goodhead

Paul Goodhead

Paul heads up all things marketing at Square Mile, so he can usually be found buried waist deep in Google Analytics or an Excel spreadsheet. His next snowboarding holiday is always too far away.

Paul Goodhead

Paul Goodhead

Paul heads up all things marketing at Square Mile, so he can usually be found buried waist deep in Google Analytics or an Excel spreadsheet. His next snowboarding holiday is always too far away.