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Very much, there's a couple of threads on their stuff.

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They roast some banging beans, definitely worth a go, had a few if their roasts atvthe recent forum day


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Pretty well used on here and site sponsors also.


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Their roasts are stunning…it does depend upon what you like, of course.

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Hi as new to the forum , its a reasonable question to ask , if you don't ask , how else are you meant to know ...

There is lots of positive feedback from people who used their coffee.

They are a quality roaster, of course depends on what your taste preferences are . Have a look at their site , if so you see coffee that you like the tasting notes of them give them a go would be my advice . Pm them on here for a discount code before you order from them ( check the site sponsor link or the rotating banners )


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I've had 3 of their beans recently. Each one a cracker. Depends of course on your taste preferences.

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Mr Boots nailed it. They're good roasters, and that's the great thing about the forum, ask anything and someone will know. I've just finished a bag of their Rocko mountain reserve Yirgacheffe which was a cracking bean, but as boots says it also comes down to personal taste. Give them a go.


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I really like them too. I'm just finishing their Kenya Rungeto Co-op which I really rated.


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I really like them too. I'm just finishing their Kenya Rungeto Co-op which I really rated.

 

Wasn't sure that would work as espresso, it's pretty sharp but i liked it and it made an incredible flat white

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Also worth checking their post in the beans section - offer to forum members where you can get a discount code on their beans

 

And yes - I've had a few beans from Foundry and enjoyed them all


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Really dig Foundry, they keep it simple with a couple of well roasted and tasty coffee's.


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I actually have a "order 1kg of Rocko Mountain" reoccurring reminder in my Outlook calendar. :)


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I actually have a "order 1kg of Rocko Mountain" reoccurring reminder in my Outlook calendar. :)

 

And when they run out, as they surely will?

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Great guys at Foundry and beans are awesome. They are also very friendly and helpful. If you ask any questions, they are always there to help. I won't be the first to say this but the Rocko Mountain is brilliant. So brilliant I fear they may run out. So please don't buy the Rocko Mountain. Leave it all for Jeebsy and me. :-)


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and when they run out, as they surely will?

 

nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


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And when they run out, as they surely will?

 

I will have to find something slightly less addictive.

 

Maybe crystal meth


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And when they run out, as they surely will?

 

Yirgs are coming back into season i think, hopefully they have enough to last through

 

I have a business requirement for these beans, its unfair for the rest of you to use them all up for home drinking.

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Wasn't sure that would work as espresso, it's pretty sharp but i liked it and it made an incredible flat white

 

I really liked it as an espresso, a bit of a curve ball I admit. Nice pulled slightly longer. I liked it brewed too


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I really liked it as an espresso, a bit of a curve ball I admit. Nice pulled slightly longer. I liked it brewed too

 

It's amazing as brewed

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It's amazing as brewed

 

I've only tried it in an Aeropress or Sowdens using a porlex but thought it was pretty dam good.


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I always thought I only really liked so called darker roasts but the skill and care taken by Callum and Lee and their skill in finding the correct roast for the correct beans has re-educated or stared to re-educate the way I look at beans/roasts/roasters.

 

Completely agree, Foundry and Hasbean have opened me up to lighter roasts from a die hard dark roast fan.


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It's amazing as brewed

 

Works as straight espresso, brewed and with milk. Few beans manage all three.


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I just ordered a Kilo of their Rocko Mountain which I sampled as a brewed drink at the forum day. Can't wait to have it as espresso. I previously had a kilo of the Rwandan and it was easy to dial in and absolutely delicious

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