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I get a pretty useless coffee blog email once every couple of weeks but occasionally there’s a discount code. This weeks is for Django - not sure how long it’s valid for though.

Code is #coffeeblogcomp for 10% off


A machine, a grinder & some beans

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@russe11 - funnily enough was just going to post this as I'd just ordered a couple of kilos. Happy days!


A machine, a grinder & some beans

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Also just ordered, cheers

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I'm yet to get a bad batch from Django so this is a total bargain. Ordered.

 


Ve ve suvivius.... /E37s/ Eazytamp / tupperware pot / completely healthy relationship with coffee (and bank manager).

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Hi all , how did you get on with the Las Brisas. I think it’s one f the werdest coffees I’ve tasted. Using a niche and sage db. Still not sure if I like it :) 

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Think it suits brewed more?

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Hi all , how did you get on with the Las Brisas. I think it’s one f the werdest coffees I’ve tasted. Using a niche and sage db. Still not sure if I like it  
I definitely see what you mean.

I've had three espresso's out of it so far, so I'm still dialing it in.

Getting very little sourness, instead a flavour that isn't quite sweet. It's so unique that I can't explain the flavour.

What is your current recipe?

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Ve ve suvivius.... /E37s/ Eazytamp / tupperware pot / completely healthy relationship with coffee (and bank manager).

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On 20/05/2019 at 17:59, Apatche64 said:

Hi all , how did you get on with the Las Brisas. I think it’s one f the werdest coffees I’ve tasted. Using a niche and sage db. Still not sure if I like it :) 

Your right... distinctive taste, but very likable once you get your tongue around it as it were! I would definitely try some more... very nice.

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On 20/05/2019 at 17:59, Apatche64 said:

Hi all , how did you get on with the Las Brisas. I think it’s one f the werdest coffees I’ve tasted. Using a niche and sage db. Still not sure if I like it :) 

How are you getting on?

I have found that this suits a high yield recipe, I’m just shy of 1:3. If you go to 1:3 it is super sweet, just a little thin.

What have you found @russe11?


Ve ve suvivius.... /E37s/ Eazytamp / tupperware pot / completely healthy relationship with coffee (and bank manager).

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I'm yet to open mine. It's sat in the freezer. So it's quite good getting this heads up before it's opened.

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Code doesn't seem to work for me unfortunately. Today should still be counted as 7 days from either the newsletter day (29th), or the day the beans appeared (31st), no?

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