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I know that there has been quite a lot of discussion about vacuum packing and freezing on this forum, but I thought I would start a new thread as I'm doing some experimentation vacuum packing and freezing immediately after roasting. There's very interesting research on roasted bean outgassing here: https://atrium.lib.uoguelph.ca/xmlui/bitstream/handle/10214/8152/Wang_Xiuju_201405-PhD.pdf?sequence=2#page68. What was particularly interesting to me was the effect that humidity has on outgassing: many times greater than temperature. However temperature also has a major effect. So I wond
Hi, just joined the forum. I'm new to brewing "proper" coffee but have been doing some research over the last few days. I have ordered an MC2 auto grinder. I'm looking for a nearly new Gaggia classic from ebay to start with. I would love a Rancilio Silvia but £300 is my limit for a machine- unless anyone knows of a retailer doing them for £300. My main question is which coffee beans do I buy? I would like to start with espresso and then on to cappucinos etc. I take it I order roasted whole beans? Ollie
When buying coffee from a roaster, what do you consider to be freshly roasted? I bought what I thought would be freshly roasted beans yesterday but it turned out they were actually roasted 8 days before. For some reason I have it in my head that 3 days should be the maximum.
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 T