Place your order by 11am on December 20th to receive your items in time for Christmas.   We are open with reduced hours 28th - 30th December.  If you order between the 21st and 11am on the 29th it will be shipped on the evening of December 29th.  Order collection at the cafe can be done up until 1pm on December 24th.  Our roaster holiday hours are as follows 23rd December - Closing at 1pm24th - Christmas Eve -

We all have different palates, so it’s no surprise that every coffee lover has a different idea of a perfect cup. Some are in the pursuit of the delicate fruity flavours (acidity) some enjoys the heavy body and smoothness of the coffee. Here are a few tips to help you find and brew your perfect coffee. All Arabica coffee beans have a certain level of acidity. It can be reduced or highlighted by the

Grinding coffee is arguably one of the most crucial elements in brewing coffee.  As we explained in our previous newsletter/blog; get the grind wrong and the coffee isn’t going to taste great. Yet, freshly ground coffee is always going to be better than old ground coffee. Keep in mind, coffee loses its aroma very quickly once it is ground. Therefore, it’s best to grind the amount of coffee you need just before brewing. Grinders

Why is grinding coffee important? To be honest grinding has the biggest effect on the taste of coffee. You can have the best coffee, the best equipment but if the grind is not right the coffee will taste flat, average at best. The coarseness of the grind must be matched to the brewing method. In general, the longer the brewing time the coarser the grind. Brewing coffee in the cafetiere takes about 4 minutes,

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