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Coffee Brands Starting With B

Rebecca Hanlon
Last Updated: August 8th, 2023

If you just finished your old pack of coffee and you are struggling with buying a new one, you’re not alone.

I too, love to switch up my coffee blends from time to time, which is why I put together this guide. Check out this list of coffee brands starting with B and find your next favorite coffee!

List of Coffee Brands Starting With B

  1. Bacha Coffee
  2. Barbaro Coffee
  3. Barbera
  4. Barcaffe
  5. Batdorf & Bronson
  6. Bentos
  7. Bernabé
  8. Bewleys
  9. Bizzy Coffee
  10. Black Ivory Coffee
  11. Black Rifle Coffee Company
  12. Bluebeard Coffee
  13. Blue Bottle Coffee
  14. Blue Mountain Coffee
  15. Bokar Coffee
  16. Boulder Organic Coffee
  17. Brazuka Coffee
  18. Brao Coffee
  19. Bridgehead Coffee
  20. Bristot
  21. Bulletproof Coffee

Bacha Coffee

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Image: Bacha Coffee

This brand uses 100% arabica beans from around the world that are then slow-roasted in Medina, Morocco. They sell single-origin coffee, fine blended, fine flavored, and decaf.

On the website, you can see the coffee separated from sections of morning coffee or afternoon coffee. That way, you can pick the perfect brew depending on when you typically enjoy your coffee!

Barbaro Coffee

barbaro coffee
Image: Caffe Barbaro

Since 1956 this company from Italy has been well-known in the coffee production world for having a wide range of soluble and flavored products. The coffee is sold in capsules, pods, and packages of ground coffee.

They offer different flavors like Chocolate and Hazelnut, Ginseng, Caramel, and Whiskey Cream, among others.


Image: Caffe Barbera

Since 1870, Barbera has wowed coffee lovers with their aromatic Italian coffees. This coffee brand sells ground and whole bean coffee, as also finely ground Moka blends, coffee pods, and coffee machines.

If you have a cafe or restaurant and want to sell Italian coffee, you can also find professional-grade equipment on their website.


Image: Barcaffe

Barcaffee is a Slovenian coffee brand that has been producing whole beans, ground coffee, capsule, and instant coffee since 1970. Barcaffe is the strongest coffee brand in Slovenia and makes up 60% of the country’s coffee market.

Recently, they introduced a take-away service, selling their fresh coffee brew at local gas stations.

Batdorf & Bronson

Batdorf and Bronson’s mission is to create high-impact coffee with low-impact production. This brand cares about ethical trading practices and sustainable roasting processes.

They roast their beans in a few places in the USA, but their beans come from Ethiopia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Colombia, and Costa Rica.

Bentos Kaffe

bentos cafe
Image: Bentos Kaffe

This is a coffee brand from Colombia, where they have produced and roasted coffee beans on the same mountain since the 80s. This coffee is of premium quality, and as a Colombian coffee, the taste is also strong and fruity.


This Colombian coffee brand’s packaging is a painting by a Colombian artist from the same region where the coffee is produced.

The painting showcases a family drinking coffee and is meant to remind coffee drinkers of the family, values, and hard work that goes into producing a cup of coffee. The undertones of this blend are cocoa, chocolate, and caramel.


Bewley’s is a 100% fair trade and sustainable coffee brand from Ireland that’s been producing coffee since 1840. You can choose from a range of ground coffee, coffee beans, instant coffee, and coffee capsules that are all locally roasted.

They’re also famous for their tea and hot chocolate.

Bizzy Coffee

Bizzy Coffee has a USDA certificate and is famous for its cold brew blend. They produce organic beans in the most sustainable way possible. In the shop you can find ground coffee to make your own cold brew, or ready-to-drink cold brew coffee.

Black Ivory Coffee

Black Ivory Coffee is said to be the world’s rarest coffee, created through a process where the coffee cherries are naturally processed by elephants in Thailand. This coffee is primarily sold to select five-star hotels, but you can make purchases for private consumption as well via their website.

The coffee has notes of chocolate, malt, spice, and a hint of grass. It’s notably lacking the burnt or bitter taste of regular coffee.

Black Rifle Coffee Company

Black Rifle Coffee Company is based in Salt Lake City, USA, and is owned by former members of the armed forces of the United States.

They offer light, medium, or dark roast blends with nutty, earthy, smokey, chocolate, fruity, or sugary notes. On their website, you can also take a test to see which blend or flavor of their coffee is the best for you!

BlueBeard Coffee

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Image: Bluebeard Coffee

BlueBeard Coffee has been producing sweet and balanced coffees sourced and roasted in Tacoma since 2011. They focus on creating only a few products to guarantee high quality.

They source their beans from all around the world. A few of their most popular blends are from South America, Central America, Africa, and Asia. Or, you can try their organic Ethiopian blend.

Blue Bottle Coffee

Blue Bottle Coffee is a brand from California that cares a lot about the quality of its coffee, which exceeds specialty-grade standards. They also sell a cold brew toddy and other handy coffee-making tools for you to use.

Blue Mountain Coffee

blue mountain coffee
Image: Blue Mountain Coffee

Blue Mountain Coffee produces blends from many different countries including Jamaica, Panama, Indonesia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, and Tanzania. Their most popular blend is Edgar’s Signature Blue Mountain Peaberry Blend.

Bokar Coffee

Bokar Coffee is a dark-roasted brand of coffee. They produce a select blend of 100% Arabica coffee beans, named for two famous coffee-producing areas in Colombia: Bogota and Cartagena.

Boulder Organic Coffee

A certified organic and fair trade coffee handcrafted in Colorado, Boulder Organic Coffee sells beans from Peru, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Sumatra, and Honduras. They offer light, medium, and dark roast with eco-friendly packaging.

Brazuka Coffee

Brazyka Coffee is a USDA-certified organic and fair trade coffee brand that was established by a Brazilian man when he moved to California. He taught his family there how to find the best green coffee beans and how to unlock their aroma and flavors.

The idea quickly took off, and now this company is now producing organic coffee with beans from all over the world!

Brao Caffe

Brao Coffee
Image: Brao Caffe

Brao Coffee is a coffee brand from Italy that specializes in capsules and pods for the many different types of Italian coffee machines that allowed you to make espresso. They have decaf blends, regular, and strong blends. They also offer capsules and pods for all types of machines.

Bridgehead Coffee

bridgehead coffee
Image: Bridgehead

Bridgehead Coffee is a fair trade coffeehouse, coffee retailer, and coffee roaster chain based in Ottawa, Canada.

Their beans came from Nicaragua, Colombia, and Indonesia. They offer blends including French roast, dark roast, decaf, and caramel-flavored coffee.


This coffee brand is located in Dolomites, Italy. From 1919, Bristot pleased Italian coffee lovers with their passion for great coffee.

They offer both ground and whole bean coffees, capsules, and pods. They also launched an Americano line, which is a blend designed to help you make the perfect American-style coffee.

Bulletproof Coffee

This brand is all about healthy food, recipes, and products. Besides ground coffee, whole beans, cold brew coffee, and creamers you can also find protein, supplements, and oils. And, because they care so much about health, none of their products contain harmful chemicals.

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About The Author

Rebecca Hanlon

Rebecca has been a blogger for over 5 years, before that enjoying a number of jobs to fund her passion for travel. She's taught English as a foreign language, a part-time Barista, a waitress, and a tour guide.

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