Customer Story: Camper Coffee Co

Customer Story: Camper Coffee Co

If you live near Exeter or have been to a UK festival, chances are you'll have heard of these legends!

Paul and Gary started Camper Coffee Co. back in 2012 with nothing but an old beat up split screen VW container van (that needed some TLC) and a vision. Their drive and determination has seen them challenge the mobile coffee scene to be better and in the process, has inspired others to raise their coffee game – for the much appreciated benefit of festival and event goers.

After surviving the two year Covid storm that crippled every possible area of their business, we couldn't be happier to see them back thriving. We're proud to supply them with our bespoke blend that they serve at their different locations.

C64 is a custom blend that you'll only find being served at Camper! It's comprised of 50% Brazil and 50% Peru and we take the roast to the darker end of the scale we'd usually work to. There are many things to consider when brewing coffee, but when you take it on the road in all weather conditions it makes dialling in a bit of a mare. Dialling in, stood in the freezing cold whilst it's blowing a hooley, is a very different ball game when you compare it to being in a well heated and insulated café. Going that little bit darker ensures the coffee can stand up to the job at hand being on the road in differing environments.

Over the years they have improved and upgraded their equipment making their operation a well oiled machine. As a result of all those improvements, customers enjoy better consistency and reduced queue times. The focus is still on great coffee, but the banter and good vibes go with it making for a great experience all round. So, if you've never grabbed a flat white from these guys before and you see them at the next event you go to – give them a go, you won't regret it.


Where you can find them?

On the road

Popping up at festivals like Glastonbury, Boardmasters and local events such as Devon Dub Fest or Exeter Food and Drink Festival to name a few.


University of Exeter — Amory Building / Rennes Dr, Exeter EX4 4RJ

University of Exeter — Queens Building / The Queen's Dr, Exeter EX4 4QH

Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club / Sandy Park Stadium, Exeter EX2 7NN

Lords Meadow Leisure Centre / Commercial Road, Crediton EX17 1ER

Back to listings