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  1. Hello folks I've decided to sell my specialty coffee business in Glasgow, is it okay to put info on coffee forums and which thread is best to put it in? Steph
  2. Hello everyone I purchased this CBR-1200 roaster from Bella Barista 2 years ago but due to moving house and now renovating, I have rarely had the opportunity to use it. Hence the sale. I have perhaps roasted 25kg on it so it is ​almost like new. I am looking for £2550 for it (£3695 new). Depending on distance I can either deliver or meet halfway. I am in Holt, north Norfolk. Any questions please ask.
  3. Moon Doggie is located in Bergen County NJ about 2 miles west of NYC. We are at the centerpoint of the ten most populated miles in the U.S. - and we are the ONLY artisan coffee roaster in the entire area! How sad is it that no one wants to take the time to learn the art of good coffee and will settle for any old rancid swill because they don't know the difference? Well, now they have someone to show them what they've been missing! More...
  4. Wonderful, eclectic coffee shop/gift shop located in Florence Oregon - Old Town - right on the river.* Come in and enjoy our fresh roasted coffee and wonderful home baked pastries. Come and* relax by our river rock fireplace or enjoy our deck overlooking the beautiful Siuslaw River and Bridge! More...
  5. Welcome aboard as a Coffee Forums UK Advertiser - Smokey Barn Coffee Roasters Please consider Smokey Barn when buying your next batch of coffee beans
  6. Opening in the Fall of 1999, Stumptown Coffee Roasters on Division Street is the store that started a coffee revolution in Portland. This is still where they roast many of their coffees and frequently host other events. More...
  7. Hi there everyone, We have a successful firm roasting and selling our own coffee from our base in Deal, Kent. We've been going a couple of years so I have joined here to learn more about the community of roasters across GB. Cheers, Brendan
  8. Hi, a few friends and i are buying coffee in bulk from brazil. buying it and getting it over here is all figured out and in the process of being set up. Our plan was to try to sell directly to coffee roasters in the UK, we planned to initially fly over 60kgs and split it into 350g packets to provide as samples. So, a question we need to ask first is - is that what usually happens? if we cant sell directly to roasters who can we sell to? Any help would be brilliant, thanks!
  9. Black Gold Coffee Roasters is located in beautiful and sunny, Venice Florida. *We are a micro gourmet coffee roaster, featuring some of the worlds finest coffees. *We are a cafe/ roaster suppling coffees to other cafes, restaurants, and other venues. *Check us out online, on Facebook or our website for more details. More...
  10. I actually plucked up the courage to visit these in person instead of the lovely anonymity of the internet, expecting to be soundly laughed out of his small workshop with my inexperience ridiculed and non-commercial background I was asked into one of the offices and shown some of the tools of the trade along with some lovely machines.......I asked what kind of roast would he recommend as I love a lot of flavour in my coffee and he took me through to their kitchen and proceeded to make cup after cup of coffee to display his range and what they themselves drink, these guys have a close connection with Italy and had recently come back the day before on bean business. I tried one in espresso form, americano, latte (double and single shot) and whilst flourishing of the drink with a beautiful rosetta made with an ease and off handed skill that made me grin from ear to ear I bought 1kg of Riposo to ru through....this guy could have sold me a click tamper, tamper station and a few other bits and bobs on his say but all he said was to practice with what works with the pressure a well fitting tamper (which I have) and that with most domestic machines you will get a better result than commercial most times with a good brass group head and fresh beans and to not worry about upgrade-itus as I have a good machine and just go for the taste......and practice! lol
  11. Glenn

    UK Based Roasters

    One of the most common questions we see on Coffee Forums UK is 'where can I get freshly roasted beans in the UK?' Below is a list of UK Roasters who have a web presence / sell beans on their websites This list is in Alphabetical order and is a work in progress Please feel free to add to this list (suggestions will be pasted into this post) Adams and Russell Alchemy Coffee Allpress Espresso Angelucci Coffee Artisan Roast Baytown Coffee Roasters Bean Brothers Beanmachines Bean Smitten Bella Barista and The Roastery Black Cat Coffee Butterworth & Son Campbell & Syme Capital Roasters Casa Espresso Cast Iron Coffee Roasters Climpson and Sons CoffeeBeanShop Coffee Compass Coffeelink Coffee Mango CoffeePlant Coffee Real Coleman Coffee Crafted Coffee Company Craft House Coffee Dear Green Django Coffee Co DJ Miles Drury Dusty Ape Extract Coffee Fazenda UK Ferraris Coffee Flaming Beans Footprint Coffee Fortitude Coffee Garraways Grumpy Mule Hands-On Coffee Roasters Happy Donkey Hasbean Hilltop Brews Home Ground Coffee Horsham Coffee Roasters HR Higgins Imperial Teas Ismail Coffee J. Atkinson & Co James Gourmet KaffeeCulture Little and Long Little Fin Roastery Londinium Espresso (now in NZ) Long & Short MacBeans Machina (Edinburgh) ManCoCo Markus Coffee Maude Coffee Roasters Mission Coffee Works Monmouth Coffee Monsoon Estates Neighbourhood Coffee North Star Roasters Nude Espresso Obadiah Coffee Origin Ouseburn Coffee Company Outpost Ozone Coffee Roasters Pact Coffee Pollards Pumphrey's Quarter Horse Coffee Rave Coffee Reads Coffee Real Deal Roasters Redber Roastworks Roberts Roundhill Roastery Rounton Coffee Roasters ScandinavianCoffeePod Silver Oak Coffee Small Batch Coffee Smith's Coffee Smith Street Coffee Roasters Smokey Barn Coffee Roasters Square Mile Steampunk Coffee Stewart's Coffee Stokes Coffee Super Fine Coffee The Bean Shop The Blending Room The Coffee Bean Van and Roaster The Ethiopian Coffee Company The Steamie Thistledown Cottage Coffee Thomsons Coffee Two Day Coffee Roasters UE Coffee Roasters Union Hand Roasted Unorthodox Roasters Williams and Johnson Winchester Coffee Roasters W Martyn Wogan Coffee Workshop Coffee Yellow Bourbon York Coffee Emporium Your Grind 47 Degrees 80 Stone Coffee Roasters 92 Degrees 200 Degrees
  12. Many thanks to Glenn for authorising this post. We’re delighted to announce the launch of our coffee subscription service. Due to high-demand, customers are now able to purchase coffee to have it delivered weekly, fortnightly or monthly, for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months. The great thing about our coffee subscription is that it will allow you to experience a wide range of different coffees and the various flavours and profiles that these benefit from. Each order will be delivered via the Royal Mail in our innovative letterbox friendly, recycled packaging. Simply choose your subscription length (3, 6 or 12 months) and select the roast type, grind option and delivery frequency that you’d prefer. Once you’ve completed checkout that’s it, sit back and wait for your freshly roasted coffee to arrive! Starting from as little as £22.00 for a 3-month, monthly subscription, we have a package suited to your coffee drinking habit and budget. Head over to our Coffee Subscriptions page now to discover what we have in store. We have some great new coffees, and look forward to any questions Thanks
  13. Whilst on a recent trip to Canada I visited the Canadian Coffee & Tea Show, where I must have seen dozens of different roasters and their retail products, but only 2 bags spring to mind - those from Phil & Sebastian, and 49th Parallel Roasters Phil & Sebastian (Front) I particularly like the thought and design that has gone into the Phil & Sebastian bag, complete with descriptive sticker of the contents, and personalised message on the back of the bag. Phil & Sebastian (Side) Phil & Sebastian (Back) In a line up of bags this is very eye-catching, and the designers should be commended. When placed in a group the display is even more effective too. Whose bags do you like, and why?
  14. We specialize in fine, sustainable coffees. We roast with a Primo in the cafe. Inventory is timed to deliver or use coffees and our espresso and drip blends 3-10 days out of the roaster. We're just three years old and have won back to back "Best Coffee" readers' choice awards for the Fox Valley, Chicago's west and northwest suburbs. We have begun wholesale and have consulted on two ventures that have recently opened and are currently working with a third. Watch our web site. We frequently feature a prized coffee as a drip choice, offering whole bean on line and in the store. These have included a #3 COE Costa Rican coffee as well as Mavis Banks and Kona Koa Extra Fancy. We are a Green America certified business. We serve in ceramic in the cafe. We welcome your take out cups! We just began offering thermal French Press for table service. We close at 6 pm Sundays. More...
  15. Freshly roasted Joebella Organic Coffees are served up by freindly, knowlegeable baristas in a beautiful little shop. Single origins, brewed in a French Press, change daily. Choose any of the current offerings and have it brewed with the pourover drip station. Nice selection of Organic, Fair Trade, and other certified whole beans, Organic,Fair Trade teas,chais,and mattes. Sign up for the public cuppings every Tuesday @ 2:00 pm. More...
  16. Hi, I am currently starting up a private label artisan coffee brand and am looking for advice on local roasters. Please can anyone share any details. I have located two but am wanting to get a range of pricing and examples before deciding. thanks
  17. Hi guys im a new roaster and have ordered my 3kg toper for my new roastery set up. Can any experienced roasters shed some examples and ideas of what i could start with for a really diverse but universally loved blend for roasting? I am currently sampling Brazil,Sumatra & indonesia which is ok . Any ideas out there?
  18. I need to educate my coffee palate a bit more, a subscription seems a good way of doing this. I will probably try the beans both as espresso and brewed; I tend to have a flat white in the morning and then take an Aeropress to work. I'm probably looking at a bag every fortnight, so that I actually finish the bags, weekly may work though with my current consumption. What would everyone recommend? Has to really be one of the ones that delivers in letterbox friendly packages as I don't want to be continually traipsing to the sorting office. thanks in advance
  19. Morning everyone. Was thinking of ordering some Ethiopian Yirgacheffe beans from Coffee Team roasters in Newcastle. Has anyone tried them before?
  20. Hello, I thought it was about time I join the forum after spending a lot of time reading others posts! We recently took the plunge opening a small micro-roastery using a Joper CRM-15 roaster, and have used an Alex Duetto espresso machine for a while now - so interested to hear from others using these machines, roasting, and enjoying a a good brew in general! Also, really interested to hear what forum members think about 'buying local' when it comes to roasted coffee (unfortunately we're not having much success 'growing local' when it comes to our arabica coffee plant!). Cheers,
  21. sandykt

    Atomic coffee

    There I was on You Tube last night looking at coffee machine and a couple of people kept mentioned "Atomic Coffee". I tried googling to see if they sold beans or what. People seem to really rate their coffee - just curious.
  22. Over the past 3 weeks we have been drinking El Portillo, the Costa Rican Cup of Excellence #19th placed coffee, expertly roasted by the team at Square Mile Coffee Roasters. The beans settled quickly once they arrived, a bit gassy at first and volatile to extract, but after 3-4 days they settled to pull consistently for the past 2 weeks, with no sign of the initial challenges. This is a crisp, clean coffee with a hint of sweetness. The tasting notes aptly sum up this coffee. Don't expect this coffee to last long, and buy it whilst you can. My wife requests this coffee in the afternoon, and it has been paired well with shortbread, chocolate digestives, walnut cake and lemon drizzle cake.
  23. I'm currently running two cafés and a delicatessen and would like to start roasting our own coffee. I've done some research into roasting and would like to get experimenting. Does anyone have any advise on the type of roaster to get started with and where to purchase from? Any other related advice would be more than welcome!
  24. Hello, I am trying to find a roastery who can roast 3kg of coffee. I contacted couple of roasteries here in London but unfortunately all of them told me that they cannot due to the small amount I possess. Could anyone help me by giving me the contact of someone who does roast small quantity. Many thanks, Peepal London Coffee
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