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  1. Huge Congratulations to Dan Fellows (Origin Coffee) for retaining is World Coffee In Good Spirits title in Berlin today image credit: https://www.facebook.com/origincoffeeroasters/
  2. I was curious what are the most important points when people are looking for roasted coffee beans? (If this question was asked and answered already, please kindly point this newbie to that thread I am still crawling through vast number of topics on here) For example, the obvious one is the price. Also, I personally like to know how light/dark is the roast. Recently, I started to care more and more when the beans were roasted. But there are so many other aspects to a batch of beans, such as flavour (partly deduced from the roast), origin and so on. I'd like to know what people find important and what is unimportant to them when they buy their beans. Perhaps I am concentrating on wrong aspects when I buy my beans? So, the things I can think of are: - price - roast - roast date (freshness) - flavour (sweet, acidic, nutty, etc) - crema (?) - fairtrade (?) - wash method - origin, altitude - variety (liberica, arabica, robusta) and subvariety perhaps for some it's the brewing method that is more important that the actual bean? Thanks
  3. Wow, what a stunner this crop is (for me at least) I picked up a bag (roasted 04 May) at the Tea and Coffee Festival and opened it tonight The aroma is playful and just hits you lightly, but lingers, inviting you to take another sniff, and this time you get a deep gutsy bouquet that fills the senses. The next piece of magic happens when you grind it. You get a red ochre shade of coffee in the portafilter, and when tamped & lightly polished looks like red marble I ground this quite fine and used 17.5g to extract 28mls. The mottling was amazing and the espresso viscous In the mouth there were little explosions that led to a rich textured dried fruits taste (if not a little figgy) then a surprising finish, a wee bit crisp and zesty. I made a flat white for my wife straight afterwards and the milk enhanced the sweetness, but the smell is still lingering in the kitchen, so that's where I am headed. Roll on 8am, I know what I'll be extracting in the morning Buy now (not sure how much is left - so be quick) and check out the artwork too
  4. You can view the page at http://coffeeforums.co.uk/content.php?341-Cornwall-based-Origin-Coffee-Roasters-become-Coffee-Forums-UK-sponsors
  5. Welcome aboard @origincoffee . Check out their Coffee Forum UK Member Discount. click the origin banner above to go to the Origin Coffee Roasters website
  6. It's DSOL time and this month, Origin coffee will be coming up with something to tantalise the taste buds, so usual things apply, I have 6 500gram guest slots available at £12 per lot including delivery, please indicate on this thread if you would like a guest lot! Here is a little bit about the company Great tasting coffee and crafting distinctive espresso is at the forefront of what we do here at Origin... Finding and roasting the best beans available is of paramount importance to us and we go the extra mile to make sure our blends and single estate coffees are among the best you’ve ever tasted. Each year we visit coffee growing communities to build direct relationships with farms we want to buy from and, just as importantly, to cement existing relationships we have with our trusted growers. So come on folks let's give a gooooo
  7. One of the best kept secrets in London this weekend is the Tea and Coffee Festival which is taking place at the Southbank centre My wife and I popped along today, having read a tweet from the Dark Fluid team (Neil Le Bihan and Lawrence the roaster) on Thursday There were a number of regular festival exhibitors but each of the companies attending had to have a tea or coffee theme We tasted some great coffee from the aforementioned Dark Fluid, as well as from the Origin team, and lovely iced tea infusions from Ping Pong. Unfortunately we didn't quite make it to the Union Hand Roasted stand as we kept getting sidetracked. We treated ourselves to a coffee smoked beef bap with rocket for lunch, before enjoying cookies and churros dipped in a mocha sauce, whilst browsing the other stalls What struck us was the passion displayed by all exhibitors. The standouts were Postcard Tea and the Sea Island Coffee team, who could talk for hours on their specialty subjects. Although you could walk the circuit in a matter of minutes we were in the area for a couple of hours, taking in the sights and sounds of the festivities on all sides (including at roof level) of the surrounding buildings, escaping from the crowds for some time in the sun in the roof top garden on the Queen Elizabeth Centre. I have uploaded a few of today's images but if you're at a loose end tomorrow then head down to the Tea and Coffee festival to experience it for yourselves
  8. I was reading the thread http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?28461-London-s-Best-of-the-Best and realising that I haven't been to many places in London. I wondered if any of you good forum types might be interested in a bit of a London coffee crawl? I don't know enough places to have strong preferences, so my current thinking is start at Origin in Shoreditch and progress from there. I'll more than likely throw up some different suggestions for places to visit and either we could decide together, or I may just suddenly become a caffeine dictator, or curator and try to put together an itinerary myself...I don't have strong preferences on location, just avoiding spending too much of the day travelling around seems to make sense. We'll be meeting up on 30th July with the current plan being to follow this route https://www.mapcustomizer.com/map/ldneastcoffee
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