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Ethiopian Coffee Beans - A world of flavour

Ethiopian Coffee Beans - A world of flavour

Ethiopian Coffee Beans - A world of flavour Ethiopia is almost universally known as the birthplace of the coffee bean, although it's probable that the plant (latin name: Coffea arabica) originally migrated from the Sudan and only flourished once it reached Ethiopia due to the more favourable conditions. Coffee production back then would have mainly been the harvest of wild coffee trees in the districts of Kaffa and Buno, and this is possibly where the term "coffee bean" originated. As we know, it is not really a bean at all but the seed of a fruit and at least this origin story...

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7 of our best coffee beans from around the world

7 of our best coffee beans from around the world

Our best coffee beans from around the world provide a rich variety of flavours and character. We spotlight seven of our favourites for you to try. Brazilian Coffee Beans - Fazenda Bela VistaA pulped natural processed coffee bean with a sweet flavour. The beans are dry processed in order to retain a fuller body and then medium roasted so that all the flavour is released without the bitterness. The taste that comes through is stone fruit and raisins with a chocolate and hazelnut finish.If you like your coffee with a full body and bags of flavour, this one is definitely worth...

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Pour Over Dripper Brewing Guide

Pour Over Dripper Brewing Guide

We've just added a new guide to get the best results from your speciality coffee beans if you're using a pour over dripper. The pour over method results in a very clean and complex brew that really delivers the full flavours of the coffee bean. You can read it here: Pour Over Dripper Brewing Guide

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Blooming Coffee - Why The Bloom is Important

During the roasting process, there are certain reactions that take place inside the coffee bean that transform it from a fairly tasteless pip (it's not really a bean, but the seed of the coffee cherry) into the wonderful coffee flavour that we know and love today. A by-product of this process is the production of Carbon Dioxide inside the bean. This CO2 is trapped inside and is gradually released over time. This slow release of gas is called "de-gassing" and typically occurs over the space of two to three weeks after the coffee beans have been roasted. Grinding the beans...

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Seven rules for the perfect cup of coffee

Seven rules for the perfect cup of coffee

There are seven simple rules to observe if you want to make a good cup of our speciality coffee every time. Use freshly roasted beans, preferably roasted no more than a week ago. Store the beans in an airtight container. Grind the beans immediately before brewing. Use fresh, cold water, drawn from a tap that has been allowed to run for a few seconds. Bring the water to a boil but do not over-boil and do not pour boiling water on the coffee. Use the method you prefer - plunger, drip or whatever - and allow the coffee long enough...

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