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ARVID NORDQUIST began in Stockholm, Sweden in 1884 when Arvid Nordquist opened a deli.

Since its founding, ARVID NORDQUIST's coffee, made at a roastery in Stockholm, has been loved by people in Sweden and other Scandinavian countries. Since 1907, it has been certified as a purveyor to the Swedish Royal Family.

It has been passed down through the family for generations and is currently run by Anders Nordquist, the third generation. Currently, it is widely known as a trading company that trades in Northern Europe (Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark).

In addition to coffee, we also develop our own unique brands in areas such as tea, wine, and beer.

Coffee beans

Commitment to quality

ARVID NORDQUIST's coffee uses 100% Arabica beans carefully selected by our master blender. The rich, full-bodied taste and fruity aroma that can only be produced from high-quality coffee beans grown slowly at high altitudes attracts many people.

The tea is made using organic tea leaves that have received EU organic certification. When flavoring our flavored teas, we use natural aromas rather than artificial fragrances, paying close attention to detail.

coffee bean bud

Always be aware of sustainability

ARVID NORDQUIST has a strong commitment to manufacturing and selling food products such as coffee in a 100% sustainable manner.

ARVID NORDQUIST is a company that is 100% conscious of sustainability in everything related to coffee and tea, including the natural environment, farms, and the people who work there.

Also, 100% CO2 compensated (carbon offset). We will also firmly address global environmental issues.

ARVID NORDQUIST's Sustainable Programs



  • Reopened on February 5, 2024!

    Feb 4, 2024

    Fikahuset reopened on February 5th...

  • “First, make yourself sustainable” We donated a portion of our sales in 2023 to a Swedish NPO nature conservation group.

    Jan 9, 2024

    Thank you for your continued...

  • Reopening of Fikahuset is scheduled for January 2024

    Nov 25, 2023

    Fikahuset was able to safely...