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  1. Hi everyone, I have recently decided to start my own coffee exporting business from Vietnam. I have met 2 farmers, who farm with Robusta and Arabica beans. Both farmers beans have been approved by the Government as export graded coffee. We are trying to establish a FairTrade certification but it will take some time. I want some more info on what is needed to export coffee beans to the UK. Is there a company that can grade the beans? I really think their coffee are exceptional. The farmers farm their coffee in a traditional way, using almost no pesticides. All the coffee are hand picked and processed by the farmers themselves. Thank you for your help Z
  2. Needs no introduction to regulars on this site. Steve's approach sets a benchmark for customer service. Rapid response to E Mails (does he never sleep?) consistent quality of products and delivery as promised. Typical of Steve's approach was when my Behmor roaster broke down, he shipped out a new one before I had sent the broken one back to him.
  3. NickR

    Javabot

    https://www.standard.co.uk/go/london/restaurants/javabot-barista-coffee-machine-roasting-plant-london-a4053966.html
  4. Preparing a coffee without a coffee maker seems impossible because of the amount of coffee machines on the market. However, there are several preparation options that are very simple and easy to make without a coffee maker. You will wonder how to make coffee without a coffee maker is possible and the answer is that there are different homemade methods that will allow you to prepare a delicious and quality coffee. If you want to learn how to prepare a coffee without a coffee maker, because you don't have one of them, get your favorite coffee ready and read on. You will find that it is simpler than you imagined, since you only need basic cooking instruments. The final result will surprise you with its texture, flavor and aroma. With this method you can enjoy your daily cup of coffee without much effort. In addition, once preparing the coffee, you can add milk and make delicious cappuccinos or lattes. Do not forget to decorate with cinnamon or cocoa. Is it possible to make coffee without a coffee maker? Yes, it is possible to prepare a good tasting coffee without having a coffee maker. For this there are other methods that you can use, which are very fast and simple. However, the method you use may change depending on the type of coffee: instant or ground. In the case of instant coffee powder, the process is simpler because it can be mixed with water or milk. This coffee has no residue. On the contrary, ground coffee leaves a residue that must be removed, so the process is different. How to make a good coffee without a coffee maker? Depending on the type of coffee you choose to use, you can make coffee without a coffee maker using the following methods, taking into account the type of coffee: 1. Instant coffee: Ground coffee in a very fine way, you can prepare it in two very simple ways. For this you will need to choose from 6 to 8 oz. Of your favorite coffee powder and 250 ml approx. Of water. Microwave: in a large cup, heat water until it boils. For this you will need 1 to 2 minutes depending on the power of your microwave. Then, you should take out the cup very carefully and add the coffee. You can add sugar or sweetener to taste. In a pot: if you prefer, you can prepare coffee in a pot. For this you must place the water portion of a cup in the pot. You can put it on medium or high heat until it boils and turn off the stove. Finally, pour the water into the cup, add the coffee and stir with a spoon. 2. Ground coffee: refers to the coffee bean that has been ground, but is not completely fine. Therefore, you need to get rid of the coffee bean that is not pleasant for consumption. You may be wondering how to make coffee without a coffee maker in different ways? The ground coffee can be prepared in the following ways: In a pot: in a container such as a pot or teapot you must place water until boiling. Then add 1 or 2 teaspoons of your ground coffee and let stand. The appropriate rest time is 5 minutes or more. Then, you can serve the coffee cup slowly and making sure that it is erased from the bottom in your coffee. With a paper filter: it consists of a preparation very similar to that of drip machines. For this you will need a paper filter, no matter the size. The next step is to heat the water to a boil. Meanwhile you will add the right amount of coffee to the filter. Once you have the coffee contained, you will need a thread to close the bag at the top. That is, the filter will have a shape similar to a tea bag. Finally, you must introduce the filter tightly closed to hot water and wait for 3 to 4 minutes. Remove the wet filter and enjoy. With a strainer: for this preparation you will need a strainer with very small holes . This is because you have to separate the coffee bean. To prepare this coffee without a coffee maker, you will need to do the same procedure as the first method: heat water, introduce coffee and let stand. After you have done these steps, you will put in strainer on the top of your cup and serve the coffee. The function of the strainer is to separate the eraser so that your coffee is not left with annoying residues. Fabric filter: if you have a fabric filter at home, you know that this is perfect for coffee preparations. In addition, it is an accessory that can be washed and reused repeatedly. To prepare the coffee you must put in a pot or kettle water to boil. On the other hand, you must insert the cloth filter into the cup and add 1 or 2 teaspoons of coffee inside the filter. Once the water is ready, you should water it on the cloth filter with the coffee. Make sure the filter is long enough or hold it by hand so that the coffee is not going to be watered by the edges. The idea is for the water to dip in coffee and filter its flavor through the bottom of the filter. Finally, take out the filter from the cup after a few minutes and enjoy. What other drinks can be prepared without a coffee maker? Once you have prepared the coffee with any of the methods mentioned above, you are ready to add more ingredients or decorations. This means that you can prepare delicious cappuccinos or lattes simply by adding foamy milk. You can easily prepare this with a hand blender or even with a conventional one. Remember to do this during the heat process or when the milk is already hot. You can also decorate your coffee without a coffee maker with whipped cream, cinnamon or cocoa. You can even add chocolate or caramel sauce , make figures and enjoy a delicious drink.
  5. Hi! I started this topic to share short, fun broll videos about coffee. Let me start by sharing my first Aeropress broll video. Enjoy!
  6. Hello and welcome to my first video! I finally made it! This is the unboxing of the subscription package from La Cabra Coffee Roasters. I will share my first impressions of these unique coffees and of course brewing them with you. I was really surprised by what I found inside the box! This type of video will drop every month discovering fantastic new coffees. Enjoy and stay tuned for more! I am just getting started!
  7. This could potentially be another OCD project methinks. Like the time I got a scratch on the car and I wondered how the heck I could get that away. Now many years later I am more than happy to discuss clear coat hardness of any given car/make model, how many microns you could polish off using this or that product.....you get the idea and maybe you have a similar experience :-) Nonetheless, this is the type of projects I really like. Learning new stuff, perfecting techniques and talking to and meeting new people interested in the same :-) Our setup is a Profitec Pro 300 bought at a local tea and coffee shop here in Stavanger, Norway, called Helmer Te & Kaffe. They are an official dealer and have good service quality. I have also ordered a chrome Eureka Mignon through them which will arrive next week. The Profitec came with the standard single and double filter w/spouts but I am already thinking of bottomless and which accessories to buy (yes the two-foot fever has already hit). The online owners manual for the Mignon and how-to videos have already been read and seen, but I am keen to learn more from other owners on it as well. So right now I am borrowing a Kitchen Aid burr grinder which is able to do fine grinds (to the extent that on an 17g dose that was hopefully correctly tamped there wasn't any water coming through the portafilter even after 20 secs...). Anyways - I am here to learn and humbly hoping for your leniency to what will surely be ignorant questions at some times. I will keep posting updates as I use my kit. Here's the machine as it sits on the counter today. I like its simplistic looks and manual handling + it takes up surprisingly little space on the counter. Have a great day everyone, wherever you are!
  8. Hello, My brother offered me an old Melitta Caffeo Bistro that was at the warehouse for aprox 1 year, after been used for 6 or more years. After a good cleaning I tested the machine and everything works good, pump, steam milk frother, grinder, movements, etc.....BUT coffee does not come out. In few tries I was able to get water from the front of the machine, meaning that front dispenser is not blocked. When I start to try normal cycle (grinding beans to coffee) I was not able to get any espresso, I can see that the machine try to deliver the espresso to front but something happens in this part of the process and the whole espresso is thrown in the drip tray. Would be a problem in the Hose/Drain Valve ? When I opened the machine for cleaning I noticed that the Valve and surrounding area was very dirty (see picture). I hope that the problem is in this valve them I can buy a new one and replace. Someone can recognize the problem and say that most probably is an issue in the valve? Thank you!
  9. Hi guys sorry I've been absent of late but I've been really busy. Just wondering what you all thought of this coffee table that I made?
  10. On a recent trip I came across three cafes using speciality coffee. They are all located near one of the main squares, Piazza Vittoria. Cosi e - a small cafe on the North side of the square. Offering filter by Ozone and had a bag of Peru Gardelli for espresso by special request. I had a washed Ethiopian V60. Ground on a Baratza Vario. Used a teapot as a pouring kettle. It was ok, nothing special. A bit weak and lacking intensity which I find a common problem with cafe filter. Estratto - south of the square on Corsa Martiri Della Liberta. Small and functional with a brave "no sugar here" sign. A La Marzocco machine and coffee from La Cabra. Filter ground on a Wilfa Svart (basic). I had a Kenyan V60. Really good. Sweet and flavoursome. Probably the best V60 I have had in a cafe. Tostada - on the same street nearer the square. A much more upmarket appearance and an EK43 grinder. Using HMC (His majesty's coffee) from Monza. I had a Costa Rican. Served bizarrely in wine glasses it was lacking intensity. Think it was a La Faema machine for espresso. Prices generally 4.50 to 5 eur.
  11. Going to Karkow next week, any decent coffee shops I can check out? I've been before but with work so didn't really get a chance to look round properly but did get my bearing etc. Ta
  12. Amnon Yoseph

    miss

    Hello everyone here is Amnon, I am so happy to find a platform where i can others opinion and support. I am going to import coffee from Ethiopia, has anyone gone through this process already? i need help please
  13. Hey folks, hope you're doing great. So, I was reading this article: link removed and this is when this thing strike my mind -- how much coffee is too much? I usually drink 4-5 cups a days. Is that normal? And are there any side effects to drinking too much coffee?
  14. Who likes to use a stove top moka pot for brewing, what ground beans do you like to use with it, medium, more dark and rich? Do you drink your brew as espresso or as one long drink?
  15. A few years ago i was making great coffee using an Ibertal mc2 grinder and an Ascaso Arc Fun Espresso machine. Me being me i got lazy and then used my coffee equipment less and less until i gave up and sold it, i bought second hand so there was no great loss money wise. I now want to make great coffee again as i do miss good coffee at homebut im wondering if any of the other coffee machines produce the same great coffee? I want the fresh coffee taste without it being bitter or stale tasting like instant coffee. I dont really have a budget yet as i just want to see what type of coffee machine should i go for how good are the pod or filter machines in comparison? My partner will be using it too so ideally i want something simple that does not mean messing about with dials and settings etc.
  16. A set maintenance routine is as important as your extraction routine. I have just pulled apart and reassembled my Gaggia Classic as I do once every 3 months to ensure the life of the machine is extended and that no old grounds can enter the cup at any stage. I have just replaced my group gasket (see this useful site if you have a Gaggia Classic) as it was starting to deteriorate. This was picked up through preventative maintenance last week and allowed me to order the parts and continue to make coffee whilst they arrived. If you don't already maintain your machine regularly then you should seriously think about doing so. Whilst most home espresso machines are relatively easy to service it pays to check the warranty before you start seeing what is under the covers. For those who maintain your machines regularly, what routine and timescales do you adhere to? and what do you always check each service?
  17. The original Niche user experience is now getting in for 50 pages long, alot of the original discussion points have subsided, which just leaves people using it and enjoying it I guess. Perhaps a newer thread where people can post some recipes for coffees they are using (brew and espresso) and pass on some advice may be useful. Perhaps it won't as people are happy using it and will just quietly continue to do so, in which case all good. For me I use what would be referred to as predominantly lighter roasted coffee, I buy into the greater capabilities of the flat burrs grinder for espresso (I've owned a fair few), but sometimes choices are not as simple as what grinder will give me the ultimate best cup. If it was I'd probably still have an EK at home, but I don't. Making coffee doesn't always have to be a comparative game, is X grinder better then Y. There will always be a Y over the horizon. Sometimes it can be to just enjoy what you've got, and how to get to get the best from it. Got a bag of Sweetshop on the way from Square Mile, which will be a pretty good test of what a Niche will do with lighter roasted coffee. Previously these have been fruit bomb rides, so fingers crossed I can get a good espresso with this set up. Machine I used is a Sage Oracle, so effectively a sage db.
  18. Mick H

    Coffee car

    Smart car passion converted into a mobile coffee business with fracino duel fuel two group machine. Smart car passion '53 reg 49K, MOT until Oct 2019, recently serviced Fracino duel fuel with two group barista machine, capable of 240 cups per hour. Machine has had a recent descale. Also included; - fracino grinder - sink with tap and 70L fresh water tank - inverter, water pump £6500 - no offers
  19. Hi Guys & Gals, Can anyone offer me any advice, I recently purchased the Sage Barista Express and I am able to make very good espresso with it at the right pressure and grind etc however, the steam wand seems to have no pressure. I have read through the entire manual and watched a bunch of videos and cant find many people having this issue. It is not even getting enough pressure to even move the milk let alone spin it. even using it for 3 mins or so the milk comes out barely frothy of the top and only lukewarm. If anyone has had this problem / knows how I can resolve it I would really appreciate it! Thanks in advance
  20. For Sale Black Mazzer Mini Electric in lovely condition with little use approx 5 years Old No marks as you can see by the Pics Price £275 can provide more images if required
  21. Hi all, I’m looking at getting a drip brewer. Something similar to a v60. Tou can get 2 cup brewers and 4 cup brewers. Most of the time it will be used for just myself but there will be the occasions where I may brew for 2 or more people. Which should I get and does the size matter or affect extraction? Does the bed depth matter? So if I was to get a 4-cup brewer but was only making a smaller amount for myself like 15g to get a 240g brew, would it have any affect on the end result? I’m new to this drip and pour over malarkey but looking to try and cover all my bases but with minimal waste. Thanks, Tony
  22. Hello everyone, I've recently purchased and am awaiting delivery of a 1 gallon coffeesock kit. Having settled on that after deciding it would be easiest for me to get into for filtering, and eventually wanting to make enough for a small nitro setup I have planned. I'm a super newbie when it comes to coffee having only owned a Keurig prior to this. So when I search through the posts here and see ratios I'm getting confused. If a gallon is 128 ounces, and a typical bag of beans is 12 ounces if I use a bag per batch am I using a ratio of 1:10 for coffee to water roughly? Or am I missing something? Can someone give me an example for my gallon batches. Like if I wanted to make a concentrate what ratio would that be? What would that come out to in terms of ounces of coffee to ounces of water? I also know I eventually want to get a grinder but I can't justify it this early in the game. I'll probably end up just using wherever I pick it ups grinder for a bit until i decide if this is for me. Thank you all in advance
  23. Paid a visit to here on Monday. Full disclosure I know one the Barista's here from his time in Lancaster. It's a 12 month residency at the Old Bank In Manchester. Directions etc here https://www.swansong.coffee Coffee wise, absolutely Fab. This is labour of love for the guys running it. Roasters changing every two week, with some real variety in there. They had a choice of Huck Roaster or Cloud Picker for filter, with Heart and Graft on espresso. On recommendation went for the washed Ethiopian from Cloud Picker on v60. It was delicious, syrupy sweet citrus. Top three this year. I bought a bag and its been delicious at home as espresso and brewed also. If you see a guy called Andy there, say Martin sent you, and he is more than happy to chat roasters and geek out with people.
  24. Hi folks, I'm selling my Sage Smart Grinder Pro. Purchased from Lakeland Feb 2018. Light adhoc use so in excellent condition. It still has nearly two years warranty left. If it isn't transferable the purchaser can have the order details or you can contact me and i'll sort any issues. I'm looking for £100 and happy to post to mainland UK via DPD or similar which should be around £10. I still have the original Packaging. Thanks, Andy.
  25. Long time coffee drinking and by the standard of the forum, beginner coffee maker. i want to upgrade my grinder from my Iberital (MC1?) and unsure what to get, I want one that is doseless like the Niche, grind what I need and nothing more. I often swap between making espresso and V60 so some easy adjustment to the grind would be a big plus. budget up to £500, what are your top 3 suggestions?
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