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After seeing all the great home set ups and shiny equipment from some of the other members, my set up is definitely nothing fancy. It does however, have everything I need. I'm a big fan of manual brew methods such as the Hario, Aeropress and Chemex. I also, for the most part hand grind my coffee at home. There's something quite satisfying about grinding by hand (that is, if you're not trying to make coffee for more than two people!). I like the fact that setting yourself up at home with a full manual brew set up - scales, hand grinder and something to brew with can be done for between anywhere between GBP50 - GBP100 which is really accessible for a lot of people. Especially if new to the world of speciality coffee.
Hi guys I just came across the forum and thought I would join in to learn a thing or two. I am a bit of a beer geek but I am learning lots about coffee right now. I've started a blog on my website http://www.bottleandbean.com to document my journey, so if anyone is finding their way into coffee feel free to follow. It's called Inside Out Coffee Blog because i have a beer and coffee subscriptions business I founded with my business partner John. I brew at home on an Aeropress or French Press but sometimes struggle with correct amount of coffee or grind size, so i'm looking for advice on this! I'd be interested in heating what coffee lovers think of our coffee subscriptions service. If anyone wants to give it a go - we have an introductory offer for 30% off which will be ongoing until May. Right now we are the only coffee subscription service which gives you live coffee tastings filmed directly from our monthly coffee roasters. We are kicking ff with Climpson & Son's in March. http://bottleandbean.com/marketplace/subscription-box-sets-speciality-coffee/ Look forward to chatting to you guys Charlie
A lovely coffee from UK Roaster - Craft House Coffee. Tanzania Tweega AA Tasting Notes: Nectarine sweetness with stone fruits, cranberries and a syrupy body Varietal: Bourbon Processing Method: Washed Altitude: 1400-2000 masl You can check out the roaster here: http://lovecoffeebeans.com/vendors/craft-house-coffee/