We're passionate about partnering with suppliers who put the same passion and love in what they do, bringing the very best produce for your enjoyment. 

We'll be telling you more about their stories as we grow with you. 

THE BUTTER.  

Where it comes from: 
Saddleworth 
Supplie's name: 
Saddleworth Butter Co. 
About: 
" Creators of the worlds most beautiful butter, in a cornucopia of flavours... 
all in the sunny hills of Saddleworth, Greater Manchester, UK. 
Our flavoured butter are made from 100% Double Cream from 
Free Range Grass Feed Cows. Nearly all our herbs when in season are home grown and when not are purchased within 5 miles of their test kitchen" 
Other information: 
We hope to be retailing the butter we use in our kithen in the not so distant future for you to enjoy at home. 

THE BREAD.  

Where it comes from: 
Marsden, West Yorkshire Pennines 
Supplie's name: 
Roger's Bakery 
About: 
Roger's wholesale artisan micro-bakery is based in Marsden, a beautiful village nestled in the heart of the Pennine Hills. It is a small, family run business producing in excess of 1800 loaves and patisserie per week. 
 
All of Roger's products are made using organic flours from Shipton Mill. They use a 100% overnight proofing method for all our loaves which means much less yeast and greater depth of flavour. Their breads are much healthier than commercial loaves and can be enjoyed by people who may have a minor intolerance to gluten. 
Other information: 
In 2018 Roger gained 2 Great taste awards for his Overnight White and Seeded Mallthouse loaves. 
He then went on to win the Flatbread category at the World Bread awards for his Rosemary and Seasalt Focaccia as well as Muntons Malt category runner up for his Malted Wholemeal. He also won a gold award for his White Sourdough. 

THE COFFEE.  

Where it comes from: 
Marsden, West Yorkshire Pennines 
Supplie's name: 
Dark Woods 
About: 
Dark Woods Coffee is an adventurous coffee roaster, Barista school, and pop-up café nestled on the edge of Marsden village in the West Yorkshire Pennines. They roast their coffee by hand on a 1950’s Probat drum roaster in a beautifully refurbished Victorian textile mill beside the Huddersfield Narrow Canal and River Colne. The dramatic, windswept valley inspires the mood and flavours of our exceptional seasonal coffees. 
 
Though Dark Woods was born in 2013, the history of its founding partners takes in many years’ experience in roasting, sourcing, consultancy, training and machine development within the UK coffee industry. It is this collective knowledge and expertise that has allowed them to rapidly establish a growing customer base that includes some of the country’s top cafés and restaurants. 
 
More than anything they want the finest coffee to be enjoyable and accessible to everyone by offering a range of roasts and styles that truly reflects what people want to drink. 
Other information: 
Dark Woods use specialty grade coffees, (scoring more than 80% in Specialty Coffee Association grading) which have cleaner more distinctive flavours than cheaper commercial coffees and are traceable to skilled farmers and their farms across the world. Carefully roasted to produce an array of flavours to suit a wide range of styles and tastes - which may be why Dark Woods were awarded more Great Taste Awards than any other coffee company this year, as well as another "Golden Fork" for Best Northern Product. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Address: 30 High Street, Uppermill, Saddleworth OL3 6HR / Telephone: 01457 878222/ Email:hello@weaverandwilde.co.uk / VAT no: 12195180 
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Address: 30 High Street, Uppermill, Saddleworth OL3 6HR / Telephone: 01457 878222 / Email: hello@weaverandwilde.co.uk / VAT no: 333946780 
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