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  1. Coffee Lounge
    While on holiday in Devon last week I spotted these beans in the Barnstaple branch of TK Maxx. Apparently the tasting notes are 'a slight smoky whiff' and they are 70% Arabica and 30% Robusta. I resisted the temptation to buy any!!
  2. Introductions
    Hi... My name is Hendri F Pasman, I'm from CV Niaga Jaya, Indonesia. I interesting to learn much about coffee industri in UK. Before we are trade kapok fiber, but now wanna try in coffee, specialy in civet coffee. We are looking for partner who can distribute our civet coffee. Our civet...
  3. Coffee Lounge
    I've been visiting Patisserie Valerie outlets lately quite a bit, best cakes ever, but I've got a question for you guys as you seem to know everything, I've really enjoyed the americano coffee I've had there and I'm wondering what kind of similar coffee is out there for me to make at home, all...
  4. Coffee Beans
    Trung Dông Coffee Co has kindly sent me a few bags of Robusta rich coffee from their range for distribution amongst Coffee Forums UK members. Each 250g bag will be split out into 75g bags for review by members All we ask is that a review is written about the coffee and your thoughts on the...
  5. Coffee Beans
    I'm just getting started with my Gaggia Classic. I'm looking for recommendations or pointers for beans. I know it's very hard as it's a matter of taste. I can offer the following information, some or all of which may be totally useless: Beans or espresso that I like: Generally, Italian style...
  6. Coffee Beans
    It's not often that you hear of a 100% Robusta Single Origin being fit to drink as an espresso. Robusta (Coffea canephora) beans are usually added to Arabica (Coffea arabica) beans to form a blend, raising the caffeine content and in some cases keeping the price of the blend low (as Robusta...
  7. Find a Coffeeshop
    If you're in Masterton, NZ on a Saturday morning, and you'd like to taste the freshest, locally air-roasted organic arabica coffee available, obtained from Fair Trade sources, then come to the Wairarapa Farmers Market (http://wairarapa.wikispot.org/Farmers_Market) between 830 & 1230 every...
  8. Coffee Business Owner Support Forum
    There is a focus at the moment on where food comes from, so increasingly our thoughts turn to where our food comes from, and personally we try to avoid buying food that has travelled half-way around the world to reach the supermarket shelves. However, coffee is not grown in much of Europe, our...
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