An independent business in Kendal is almost 200-years-old.
Farrers is a family business which has been roasting coffee since 1819.
The factory and shop are run as two separate companies since the roasting plant outgrew the upstairs of the small Kendal shop.
It supplies over 900 businesses, most of whom are in Cumbria, with 30 in the small village of Grasmere.
The area is popular with the Lake District's 40 million visitors a year, including the new wave of food tourists visiting the area.
This new 'foodie tourist' is judging how its served as well as marketed, something the Farrers Kendal factory is all too aware of.
The hold special classes on how to make the perfect cup of coffee. It's the secret to keeping these Cumbrian businesses trading.
Kendal's known for its mint cake, but it has more traditional goods than that.
It's an old market town, with each yard home to a different trade.
Wool built the town, followed later by snuff and shoes. Now, industry has declined but independent shops attract tourists.
The Farrers shop supplied the Lake District's big houses. Now around 75% of business is local and it looks like it'll be stay a family business.
It's more than coffee. It's a name, a family.
A network of Cumbrian businesses helping each other.