Disclaimer: Hayman Coffee approached me with a free coffee sample in exchange for an honest review. I received 45 grams of coffee, in gas protected packaging. Here we go, then. If you price coffee at 35€ per 85 grams (that's 411€/kg), you really pay attention to how you package and transport your coffee. I have little… Continue reading Free coffee review: Hayman Coffee
"The Ovenbird is a migratory songbird that takes refuge in heavily shaded coffee farms. Coffee from rustic or traditional polyculture farms provides the best quality habitat for birds. Population outbreaks of some insect species can have a devastating effect on the forest because the insects severely defoliate the trees or attack the bark. Vast areas… Continue reading Ovenbird Artisan Coffee Roasters – Fly, Ovenbird, fly!
Delicate. Light smokiness. Sweet. Teeny bit flat. Slightly lingering. This is what the Glenmorangie Dornoch is, and this is our mini review of it! Introduction "Established in 1843, the Distillery was named Glenmorangie, Scots Gaelic for ‘Glen of Tranquillity', perfectly describing its peaceful setting on the banks of the picturesque Dornoch Firth, a vast sea estuary… Continue reading Glenmorangie Dornoch (Limited Edition)
Silver Oak Coffee roast a great selection of coffee beans very well - I'll start with that. The rest is about our personal experience about their different beans and Silver Oak Coffee as a whole. We stumbled upon these roasters in a foodie event in Cambridge, which ended with us buying a new brewing pot and… Continue reading Silver Oak Coffee – More fresh beans from Cambridgeshire!
"Not another coffee subscription service?" There seem to be so many subscription services that it's difficult to pick which one is the best. But who wouldn't want to try a coffee subscription to get the most out of different coffee varieties? We tried out what Bean & Ground had to offer. Coffee services like Bean… Continue reading Coffee on your door mat – Bean & Ground
We're back! It's time to review the coffee brew pot for the lazy. The SoftBrew was an interesting addition to our brewing equipment. We first stumbled upon the pot at the Cambridge Food Festival in May. With the super-fine mesh filter inside the pot, it is great for both brewing coffee and tea. With coffee… Continue reading Testing the Sowden SoftBrew – Brew it and leave it
Due to a surprise quest to Nottingham I decided to scout and find a good place for a cup of proper coffee. A quick online search soon returned only one option in Nottingham - The Bean in Beeston. Beeston is accessible by a direct local bus from Nottingham centre, so why not? I took my… Continue reading Coffee adventures in Nottingham, visiting The Bean