Ta Moko Espresso is a local business run by Andrew Bunt, based in the city of Salisbury famous for its Cathedral and local landmarks such as Stonehenge and Old Sarum Castle. I have a true passion for the Hospitality industry and have spent over 24 years in it so I understand your needs and can tailor my services to suit your requirements and to assist your business.
Our aim is to provide the finest quality and widest range of coffees and teas that you can find everywhere, supported by a friendly, personal service that is second to none. Our own gourmet coffees are made from some of the finest beans, ethically sourced wherever possible from around the world and then skilfully roasted by our master roaster.
We sell, service, maintain and repair coffee and tea brewing equipment specialising in traditional espresso machines either at your premises or at our workshop in Salisbury. No make of equipment is ever a problem as if we do not have the parts available we can normally supply a machine on loan while yours is removed for repair
At the offices in Salisbury I have a working café and fully stocked showroom with a selection of the equipment we sell so you can try before you buy and if you need to we can arrange coffee tastings for you to taste our range to see if it suits your needs
We are independent wholesaler's of coffee and tea brewing equipment as well as freshly roasted coffee, tea and full range sundry items to Hotels, public houses, cafes, restaurants and any other business who require top quality coffee, tea and service. I am based in Salisbury and cover a radius of 45 miles from there taking in all of Wiltshire parts of Dorset and Hampshire.
For all your espresso needs from the machinery to the beans and all things in between.
“We have been using Ta Moko to look after our machines for the past 9 years and they have never let us down , can not recommend them enough ”
“The best service provider we have ever used ”
“Their knowledge is second to none, they keep our equipment running and the coffee tastes the best ”