Yallah, meaning ‘Let’s go’ in Arabic began with a restored 1950’s roaster, a leaky barn, and a goal to build a sustainably focused business. Based at Argal Home Farm and powered by solar, heated with biomass, and celebrating a zero-landfill policy, Yallah’s vision to remain environmentally conscious is clear.
From their House Coffee with toffee notes and a silky finish to their Suke Quto blend with honey and bergamot tones, all of their coffee is high grade, sustainably sourced and very tasty.
Their harbourside café and kiosk in St Ives is a must-visit and you can buy bags of their coffee directly from their Falmouth roastery throughout the week.
If you’re looking to learn more about the art of coffee they also run a number of latte art and home brewing classes which run on various dates throughout the year.