Our Brands

The foundation of Caribbean Roasters is built on brands rich in Caribbean history for almost 90 years. Locals and visitors from around the world enjoy our products at home that capture the essence of our vibrant culture.

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José Perez Coffee

Born as the OK Coffee brand in 1931, the Melizans, coffee plantation owners, and José Perez, a Cuban coffee connoisseur and roast master launch their iconic blend of coffees. In those days, Jose's favourite expression being "OK", thus began many traditions we continue to celebrate. We salute our original roast master by producing the José Perez Founders Roast as well as Premium Arabica Ground and Whole Bean offerings in local stores and distribution throughout the Caribbean.

Café Trinité Coffees & Teas
Trinité Rum Truffles

Through reflection of the colourful historical background of The Caribbean and its European influences whilst sipping a many good cups of coffee, the inspiration struck and Café Trinité was born!

Café [kaf-ay], of course, is French for coffee. France is perhaps one of the foremost coffee loving nations in the world coining terms that have become internationally known like café au lait (coffee with cream) and café noir (coffee without cream).

Trinité [trinit-ay] is French for Trinity. When Christóbal Colon (known to the English-speaking world as Christopher Columbus) sailed from Spain with his three ships in the hope of discovering a fabled continent. On July 31, 1498 land was sighted. In the distance three peaks stood out in a range of hills. The island was christened La Trinidad - Spanish for Trinity. It is from these same hills that the beans are harvested to produce the Café Trinité flavored coffee collection.

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Art & Café Trinité

Artist Dermot Louison was born in 1933 and grew up in Trinidad. His artwork became well known by the images of life in the early days, particularly the floklore characters and old customs have been the source and inspiration of his work. His ability to capture the spirit of life in the islands makes him one of the Caribbean's prominent painters. The Café Trinité brand proudly honors our Trinidadian roots through Louison's artwork reproduced on our packaging.

Maison Créole & Caribbean Cookout Seasonings

Caribbean food is diverse in cultural influences. From the Dutch, British, Spanish, Scottish, African, Asians and many more, our seasonings capture the exotic flavours of our Caribbean history to enjoy in your own kitchen.

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