Astrora Coffee


Astrora Coffee sells premium quality coffee freshly roasted within the shop. They also stock a variety of coffee making equipment and spare parts for use at home and in the office, as well as a selection of teas, chocolates, honey and jams. They hand roast green Arabica coffees from selected farms in Africa, Central and South America, and Asia.

Currently they stock single-origin coffees from Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Peru and Rwanda, and two popular blends from Brazil, including a decaf.

Their home coffee making machines and spare parts include the famous Bialetti Moka pots, cafetieres, filter cones, coffee grinders and other accessories.

They also offer teas from award-winning suppliers, including Teapigs, Suki Tea and Canton Tea Co, as well as special chocolates, honey, curds and jams produced in Britain.

31 Broad Street
TW11 8QZ

Twitter: @astroracoffee
Tel: 020 8943 3374

Monday–Friday 9:45am – 5:15pm
Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Sunday closed

Astrora Coffee is an independent new business. The company (Astrora Limited) was established in April 2008. It offers a unique service to the Teddington community and surrounding areas so local residents can enjoy the distinct flavours of single-origin, freshly roasted coffees at home. The guiding principle of the business is to provide a special selection of the best coffee beans available, roasted in the shop to the highest standard.

Coffee contains hundreds of aromatic and other compounds. Many of the compounds start forming aroma at a specific time and temperature during the roasting process. The flavour of each coffee type is different and is a reflection of various characteristics of the origin, including the variety, the climate and soil type of the farm.

The roasting process varies according to each coffee type and should be carried out carefully. The timing is particularly important as even a change of ten seconds can make a huge difference to the flavour.

If you are lucky, you might arrive in the shop while coffee is being roasted. It will be a unique and interesting experience to observe green coffee beans turning in the drum of the classic machine, changing to yellow, then cinnamon and finally the beautiful brown roasted coffee being dumped into the cooler giving out complex and delightful aroma.