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  1. Excellent condition. Purchased from Paul on this site in April but hardly used since. I have so many other things to do that I am just not roasting much these days! It is in its box with all the bits and pieces and I will throw in a mains voltage monitor. £525 collection only from Rochester, Kent or I may meet the buyer part-way. David
  2. 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
  3. Had a bit of a search around and didn't really see many recent mentions of coffee shops in Canterbury, but due to recently spending most weekends there hunting for good coffee I'll give my two cents. MicroRoastery - St.Margarets Street - You'll smell the roasting beans before seeing this little shop, tucked away from the main high street. A very cosy atmosphere in the shop entrance, with the bean dispensers on the wall adding a nice touch. Out the back is where the roasting happens, thoroughly enjoyed drinking a flat white whilst watching the process right in front of me. Great tasting coffee and friendly staff as well. A flat white from MicroRoastery. Burgate Coffee House - By the cathedral - Have now had several lovely coffees here, located close to the cathedral with a couple of outside tables as well as a cosy indoor atmosphere. Use Union coffee beans and has always been very nice and consistent, also the homemade cakes are superb. A flat white from Burgate Coffee House. Will add to this when I've been to a few others, I know there are a couple more that have very good reviews Please add any more information if you've visited Canterbury in the pursuit for good coffee Adam
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    Been getting more and more into my coffee over the past couple of years, experiencing the good, bad and awful that you get working in london. My friends and colleagues think i'm a coffee snob. I'm not its just Starbucks and Pret taste awful. Just bought myself a Gaggia Classic after research on these forums, so thought i'd better join up and say hello and thanks for all the help so far
  5. This offer from CoffeeBeanShop, an independent roaster based in Kent, has just dropped into my inbox and I thought it would be great to share with you New August Mega Offer - 25% Off All Orders !! (Until 28th Of August 2010 - excludes postage) Visit the CoffeeBeanShop website for full details
  6. Hi All My name is Dean and Im a pro roaster based in rural Kent Ive just joined the forum, and look forward to making a contribution whenever I can. Cheers Dean
  7. Pretty regularly I get asked where the best place is to get syrups (yuk), beans, what coffee machines/grinders are good, how to steam milk, where to get cups etc. What I'd like to do if people want it to create a sort of small business card/a5 leaflet with an assortment of suppliers, beginner machines etc. to my mind it makes it easier when suggesting companies/products and helps make sure the people that are asking are getting them from the right places. So where would you recommend for: Cups (remember selling to the public) Travel cups beans Home training educational videos Syrups What else do you get asked for behind the bar?
  8. Just realised that they are a single shop rather than a chain!! The shops in Tunbridge Wells Kent, think they want to get a foot hold in other towns though. http://www.ismailcoffee.com Anyway, I would be interested to see what others think of this coffee shop if you have been in there. They are handy for me because they roast and grind on site, have some handy info (I am very new to home grinding and coffe making), and currently give a free drink if you buy and beans. I really like their cappuccino, wife loves the hot chocolate and tea. They mention some kinfd of learn about coffee evening, so will enquire about that.
  9. Even though we have a caffeine fuelled weekend ahead of us, I decided to make a coffee this evening from a batch that dropped through my letterbox last week. The chosen coffee was a Daterra Monte Cristo, roasted by Liz and Dean at CoffeeBeanShop in Kent. The roast profile was medium and the beans were not at all oily, but at the same time not dry. This coffee would perform well in either a French Press or as an Espresso and could be enjoyed when you are looking for a smooth sweet pick-me-up. Tonight we made milky drinks and the cocoa taste accentuated the milk, tasting similar to a sweet weak mocha, still with enough oompf to let you know that there was a coffee base beneath the milky layers. View the CoffeeBeanShop tasting notes here I'm tempted to have another...
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