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    by Published on 08-03-18 12:01  Number of Views: 574 

    Espresso Machine takes top spot as the most popular brewing method among coffee drinkers. The most popular choice out of 10 different ways to brew coffee.

    Flavour notes and roast is most important when choosing their coffee says Adams+Russell fresh coffee customers. Closely followed by the provision of detailed information on the products themselves.

    Keep reading to find out more about the UK’s coffee drinking habits.

    Who was asked?
    The survey was created by Adams+Russell’s marketing team to get a better understanding of their customers. Each of the respondents had either purchased coffee from Adams+Russell or signed up to their mailing list on their website. 99% of recipients were UK based.
    You can sign up to the mailing list by entering your email when entering the website. In return signees receive a FREE ultimate guide to coffee and regular tips on how to get the best from their fresh coffee.

    In order to entice each respondent to fill out the survey via SurveyMonkey, there was a beautiful coffee hamper on offer to one lucky winner. The winner was picked at random.

    The results are based on respondents of just over 200 people that completed the survey. After 2,000 subscribers were a few questions to find out a little more about their drinking habits.

    The results are now in and the key survey questions were as follows:

    • How did you first find Adams+Russell?
    • How often do you drink fresh coffee?
    • What is your preferred brewing method?
    • What is important to you when buying coffee?
    • What information would you like to receive?


    Find out more about how people are searching for coffee roasters in the UK by visiting

    How often are people drinking fresh coffee?
    It seems recent years has seen a hug influx of people drinking fresh coffee right at home. Is it that they enjoy waking up on the Saturday morning to a smell of the fresh brew around the home.
    Or is it that they need the early morning pick me up. Given the amount of coffee people drink, this certainly seems to be the case.

    From the results of the survey, it’s no surprise that 66% of respondents said they drink coffee every day.
    3% of those, said they drink several cups of coffee a day.

    What brewing methods are people using?
    It seems, every year there’s a new way to brew fresh coffee at home. Whether it has a big impact on the high street coffee shops is yet to be seen.
    Here are the brewing options that were given and percentage of people who prefer that method:

    • Espresso Machine (29%)
    • Cafetiere(21%)
    • Aeropress (13%)
    • Bean to Cup (12%)
    • Filter coffee (9%)
    • Stove Top(6%)
    • Other(4%)
    • Perculator (2%)
    • French Press (2%)
    • V60 (1%)


    Within the above results, there are a couple of caveats. Some brewing methods are written differently but mean the same thing.
    For example…

    • A French Press is the same as a cafetiere.
    • A Perculator is the same as a stove top.

    It doesn’t change the results drastically but is interesting to see how people refer to each style of making coffee.

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    To read more about the survey results, just visit A+R coffee survey page on the blog.
    by Published on 03-03-18 10:52  Number of Views: 548 

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    We are Django Coffee Co. a coffee roasting company that has taken inspiration from Melbourne’s flourishing and robust coffee scene to make it our mission to provide quality speciality coffee with a low environmental impact.

    We source our own green coffee beans from coffee growers around the world and then roast the beans in small batches to be able to create unique flavours.

    Django Coffee Co. is 100% committed to providing information on the origins, the farmers and the coffee beans journey from the farm to your cup. We are a company that respects the farmers, the environment as well as our customers.

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    by Published on 12-02-18 09:52  Number of Views: 714 

    Since 1920, the Garibaldi family has built a reputation for quality coffee production. Originally from Genoa Italy, the Garibaldi family have roasting facilities in Alessandria which is in the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. All coffee produced by the Garibaldi family comes from selected worldwide plantations and are mixed according to original recipes to provide an excellent product for flavour and quality.

    Never before available in the UK, 1920 Caffe UK supplies a range of coffee beans with a packed weight of 1kg. There are five types to suit all tastes from standard Espresso Bar, which is 100% robusta to Arabica, which is 100% Arabica bean. Coffee types are explained on our website.

    All prices quoted are inclusive of delivery and are very competitive. If you are looking for a good quality coffee without fuss then this is the coffee for you. You will not be disappointed.

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    by Published on 07-01-18 06:15  Number of Views: 917 

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    Born out of a love for great tasting coffee and dislike for the overpriced, Long & Short Coffee is a roastery that brings the delights of speciality, third-wave and whatever other names are given for the best coffee around.

    The key to our delicious coffee?

    >Meticulous selection
    >Fresh harvests and fresh roasts
    >Finely-tuned electronic roast profiling

    And we offer all of this at a price that is accessible to the average coffee drinker. The product is indeed speciality but our price points are not and we’re making it our business to offer exciting coffees without breaking the bank. Just check out our high end Gesha coffee varietal for under £10!

    We cater for both retail and wholesale customers. So whether you’re a curious coffee lover, a café, or a retailer, you can find out more about the Long & Short here.
    Plus we’re also offering 20% OFF your first order when you sign up too!

    Website - https://longandshort.london/
    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/longandshortcoffee/
    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/longandshortcoffee/
    Twitter - https://twitter.com/longshortcoffee
    by Published on 01-01-18 10:20  Number of Views: 939 

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    Dog & Hat has a great new offer for CFUK members
    £5 off the first month or a free 250g bag once the standard subscription is purchased (2 x bags = £17 or 3 x bags = £24)

    There are some extremely happy members discussing their subscriptions on this thread.

    or simply click the banner below to go to the Dog & Hat website

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    by Published on 25-12-17 10:08     Number of Views: 886 

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    by Published on 08-12-17 12:03  Number of Views: 898 

    Because your coffee beans are stale!

    The freshness of your beans is the key to enjoying an excellent cup of coffee every time.
    Supermarket stocked beans are generally stale by the time you grind them whatever their marketing department may say.
    The problem with getting hold of fresh roasted beans is that they are expensive.
    One of the market leaders in fresh bean subscriptions charges £7 for a 250g bag of roasted beans!!!!!
    The cost of those beans raw? More like £2!

    As paid up members of the coffee geek club we knew there must be a better way. We wanted to buy fresh green beans and roast them at home, keeping our coffee habit cheap but having fun along the way experimenting and taking our coffee connoisseurship to the next level.
    But guess what, coffee roasting machines turn out to be insanely expensive, or just plain rubbish (trust us we have tested LOTS!)

    This is where Home Roast was born. We have worked with our partner in china to bring the Home Roast smart to market.
    Our aim was simple; an affordable and quality home roasting machine that will enable coffee lovers to roast their own green beans and take their coffee connoisseurship to the next level, just like we dreamt of.
    We are now enjoying fresh, smooth, not bitter shots of espresso and have fallen in love with coffee more than ever before.

    After months of work with our supplier we have now have a unit in the UK and an order in place for 200 more. We have developed an app to make roasting coffee as simple as making your morning toast, but also allowing you to develop and explore your own roasting style and preferences.

    Pending a successful Kickstarter campaign, we are currently aiming to have devices delivered to you by April 2018.

    Kickstarter OFFER ONE: 10 Available @ only £399
    · Brand new Home Roast smart coffee Roaster
    · 6-month subscription to Home Roast green coffee beans of your choice
    · Free Delivery within the UK
    · Post Kickstarter price £599. Saving of £200!

    Kickstarter OFFER TWO: 20 Available @ only £399
    · Brand new Home Roast smart coffee Roaster
    · Sample selection of 4 x 250g bags of Home Roast green beans
    · Free Delivery within the UK
    · Post Kickstarter price £540. Saving of over £140!

    Kickstarter OFFER THREE: 70 Available @ only £399
    · Brand new Home Roast smart coffee Roaster
    · Free Delivery within the UK
    · Post Kickstarter price £499. Saving of over £100!

    Kickstarter OFFER FOUR: 100 available @ only £449
    · Brand new Home Roast smart coffee Roaster
    · Free Delivery within the UK
    · Post Kickstarter price £499. Saving of £50!

    Visit http://www.homeroast.co.uk/ for more information and to sign up to receive information about the Kickstarter campaign

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    by Published on 01-12-17 03:58

    A New & Exciting Saturday Morning

    Adams + Russell have proudly teamed up with the owner of coffeeblog.co.uk to bring the people of Liverpool a Free brew school.
    Adams + Russell, based in Birkenhead, started the brew school. It was designed to give the people in the local district and surrounding areas something different on a Saturday morning.
    The first part of the brew school gives visitors an insight into how fresh beans are roasted, where the green beans come from and the amazing smells you get from the different beans.
    The second part explains how to make great coffee using different brewing methods, including the Aeropress, the Cafetiere and the stove-top espresso maker.

    Coffee Blog Owner Delighted
    Matt, from Adams+Russell got in touch with Kevin at coffee blog to ask him to get involved. Kevin was delighted to be invited down to the roastery and help out with such a great event.
    Kevin, brought his video camera and expert knowledge and got involved with the customers at every opportunity.
    Following the brew school, Kevin wrote a detailed article on his website.
    The article touches on how he noticed the customers were helped out at every opportunity. Whether it was with choosing from the shelves or having a go at the brewing methods. The team were on-hand to help.
    Kev titled the article Visit to Adams & Russell Coffee Roasters. He also said:
    “The brew schools they offer are brilliant for anyone wanting to increase their knowledge on coffee. How it’s grown and processed, how it’s roasted (you get to watch them roasting) and lessons on the main brewing methods.”

    “It has changed the way I drink coffee for good”
    As part of the brew school, the visitors gave feedback on their experience. One lady said that after seeing the Aeropress brewing method, she would change the way she brews up every morning.
    It was also mentioned by a member of the A+R team that once they started using the Aeropress, they never went back.

    Another one of the visitors said:
    “Look no further than Adams + Russell. You can visit the roasters for free and they will welcome you in with open arms. You will be able to try their espresso. You can even take home a taste of their coffee of the month.”

    A third person said:
    “I just think the smell is AMAZING”.

    Buying coffee is made simple in the showroom
    Adams + Russell Coffee roasters have created a showroom at the front of their roasting house. The general public can come in and see the beans being roasted. Their accessories are placed carefully in the front showroom and the choice of 52 choices are roasted to order.
    Tristan Bartlett is the business development manager at Adams and Russell. He says the brew school is a great way for the general public to come and learn about coffee. They don’t even need to own a cafe. On a Saturday morning when you’re looking for something to do, think about coming to the roasters. You’ll most definitely be surprised how much there is to learn.

    You can also buy Adams+Russell Fresh coffee on their website
    by Published on 10-11-17 09:15  Number of Views: 1183 

    Following the success of the recently opened ‘La Marzocco Local’ office in Leeds and seeing the speciality scene in the North go from strength to strength, La Marzocco have decided to host their annual flagship event, Out of the Box, at Duke Studios on Saturday 2nd December 2017. Out of the Box is a cultural celebration, bringing together the local community through La Marzocco’s passion for amazing coffee!

    Out of the Box provides the rare opportunity of sampling coffees from over 20 roasters within the UK and Europe. Visitors can try a wide range of Europe’s finest roasters at The True Artisan Café, where they can help themselves to coffees especially selected for the event. Think of it as the ultimate pick-n-mix coffee shop! The UK has so much to offer when it comes to speciality coffee and activities like this allow attendees to go on a coffee tour whilst staying under one roof. Out of the Box will also witness the UK premier of La Marzocco’s latest machine in their product range and registered guests will be some of the first people to get to witness this in action!

    Out of the Box encourages guests to get hands on and build up their coffee knowledge and to do so, La Marzocco have partnered up with some great talent. Event partners for Out of the Box include Grey Goose Vodka, Falcon Coffees, Espresso Solutions, Marco Beverage Systems, IKAWA Coffee, Caffeine Culture and Caffeine Magazine. An example of the hands-on experiences on offer include, cocktail masterclasses from Grey Goose Vodka, especially curated cuppings and tasting sessions from Falcon Coffees.

    The event is tailored to be a hands-on experience so guests can leave feeling enthused and inspired. The masterclasses and workshops provide experiences that aren’t always readily accessible and the inclusion of the SCA UK Championships aims to reward this year’s competitors whilst also encouraging aspirational baristas to take part in the coming years. The inclusion of industry panels, covering a wide range of topics from ‘Coffee and Cycling Culture’ to ‘Product Design; from Conception to Birth’, aims to inform inquisitive minds so they can continue to progress in their careers.

    When all the serious coffee stuff is over, in true La Marzocco style, you can expect an evening full of music, street food, drinks and plenty of prizes at the La Marzocco Christmas After Party! Prizes include a trip to the La Marzocco factory in Florence, Italy and customised La Marzocco Scooters plus many more surprises.

    Paul Kelly, General Manager of La Marzocco UK and Ireland commented:
    “It’s so exciting to do events where we get to see new faces, mixed in with some familiar ones, and we’re delighted to be hosting our first Northern Out of the Box as we focus on coffee growth throughout the UK. Expect the same energy and excitement from past Out of the Box events, underlining why we took the move to open our first ‘La Marzocco Local’ office in Leeds in 2017”.

    The event is completely free, however you will need to register for a ticket here: http://ootb17.eventbrite.co.uk

    La Marzocco’s Out of the Box event will be held on 02/12/2017 10:00 – 03/12/2016 00:00 at Duke Studios, 3 Sheaf Street, Leeds, LS10 1HD.

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    by Published on 01-11-17 09:34  Number of Views: 1329 

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    A creative Toronto-based company, KRUVE Inc., has developed a product that can make any coffee taste better, regardless of the brew method or grinder that is used.

    With coffee lovers around the world becoming increasingly interested in the science behind the perfect cup, every second, gram, and degree is important. However, until now, grind size has been mostly arbitrary. A typical coffee grinder uses a numerical dial that can be set within a range of fine, medium, or coarse; but how does one accurately quantify fine, medium, or coarse in a way that is replicable and reliable? Often, coffee recipes employ vague comparisons such as sugar or sea salt. Not only is sea salt an arbitrary size, but grinders cannot ensure a uniform salt-sized grind. To combat this, many companies set out on an endless journey to improve the grinder itself, but even the best grinders on the market work by shattering the coffee bean into tiny fragments. This results in uneven coffee grinds that are split into an array of Fines (smaller grinds) and Boulders (larger grinds).

    The KRUVE Sifter solves the problem of uneven grind size and arbitrary measurements. With two tiers and up to fifteen interchangeable sieves, the KRUVE Sifter delivers 105 possible coffee grind sizes at the precise micron range of your choosing! This means you get a truly uniform grind every time you brew and that, in turn, means better tasting coffee. It’s no different than cooking your favourite meal. If you have ingredients of multiple sizes, the smaller pieces will be over-cooked or burnt and the larger sized ingredients will be under-cooked or raw. With the KRUVE Sifter, you pour in your coffee grinds, shake, and voila! A perfectly uniform grind, every time. As company co-founder Mark Vecchiarelli notes, "Many have tried to perfect the grinder, but we perfected the grind.” Of course, you should still use a good grinder. However, the KRUVE Sifter will compliment and enhance any coffee grinder on the market, whether it is an inexpensive hand-grinder or an expensive commercial-grade grinder. Add to that, in many kitchens and coffee shops around the world, the KRUVE Sifter is being used as an extremely precise calibration tool for grinders.

    Since its launch, the KRUVE Sifter has been used by several world-famous barista champions in numerous international competitions and is often cited as the winning tool in their repertoire.
    For example, Canadian champ Benjamin Put called the KRUVE Sifter, “The anchor of my signature drink!”

    To learn more, visit kruveinc.com and be among the first in the world to taste coffee the way it was meant to taste.

    QUICK FACTS

    • Great coffee requires uniform grind size. The KRUVE Sifter uses two tiers of sieves to remove both Fines(small particles) and Boulders (large particles) created by grinders.
    • With up to 15 interchangeable sieves, the KRUVE Sifter allows for 105 possible grind size combinations, providing the brewer full control over their grind.
    • The KRUVE Sifter provides a standardized language for grind size, which can be used when sharing recipes. Arbitrary grind sizes no longer need to be accepted as the norm.
    • Incredibly accurate grinder calibration tool. Optimizing grinder via micron-level precision.
    • Home brewers can now enjoy world champion barista-quality coffee from the comfort of their kitchen.

    Testimonials:
    “I’ve wondered what the best way to communicate grind size is, and there’s never been a great way. Now there is. This could change the way coffee people exchange recipes. Having specific numbers to communicate has never been an option before. My mind is basically blown.”
    - Garrett Oden, Coffee Brew Guides

    “Even the world’s best grinders don’t create every particle of uniform size. They’re still just crushing machines after all, and crushin’ ain’t exactly precise.”
    - Zac Cadwalader, Sprudge

    “With the precision granted by the KRUVE Sifter, even a low-end home grinder could contribute to the preparation of coffee on par with a competition-level barista.”
    -Howard Bryman, Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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