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Deepening our experience of tasting coffee

Part 1: Identifying acids As a way to deepen our experience – and enjoyment – of coffee, we’re doing a short series on how to identify the various flavours within each cup. Acids make up a huge component of coffee, so for our first exercise…
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A White Horse Coffee Christmas

Coffee is like Christmas. The anticipation. The aroma.   The excitement. The beautiful communion of exquisite flavours and the celebration of life. You wish it could last forever. White Horse Christmas blend We love this time of year and we especially love our White Horse Coffee…
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Showcasing El Aguila from El Salvador

Showcased : October 22 – November 17 Toffee. Jackfruit. Chamomile. Process: Washed Varietal: Bourbon Region: Santa Ana, Chalchuapa Altitude: 1500 – 1720 masl Owner: Ariz family Meet Ricardo Ariz This is Ricardo Ariz, a fifth generation coffee producer from El Salvador. Ricardo has fond childhood…
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How to get consistent results with a stovetop brewer

This question was asked by Angus, who wanted to know how to get repeatable and consistent results brewing coffee with a stovetop brewer. Thanks Angus, great question! I’ll write up an answer below, but we’ve also turned this into a What Would Dom Do episode,…
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Tanzania Extravaganza

Showcased : September 22 – October 20 For the next 4 weeks we’re embarking on a Tanzania Coffee Extravaganza! We’re excited to showcase five incredible Tanzanian coffees. We have the Peaberry and the Forest lots from Blackburn Estate. There’s a natural processed coffee from the…
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Does it matter if my coffee beans are fresh?

A little while back we asked our customers to tell us what they wanted to know about making coffee at home. We’ve received some great questions, which has inspired numerous blog posts and What Would Dom Do episodes. Likewise, the following question asked by Wade…
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Introducing Brazil Fazenda Serrado

Praline. Chocolate. Strawberry. Showcased : August 27 – September 22 Coffee: Brazil Fazenda Serrado Varietal: Yellow Catuai Process: Natural Region: Carmo de Minas Altitude: 1000 – 1200 masl This month we’re excited to introduce an exceptional coffee from Fazenda Serrado in Carmo de Minas, Brazil.…
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Introducing Uraga Tome from Guji, Ethiopia

Honeysuckle. Pear. Juniper Berry. Showcased : July 30 – August 25  Coffee: Uraga Tome Grade 1 Varietal: Heirloom Process: Natural Region: Oromia, Guji, Ethiopia Altitude: 1900 – 2300 masl Ethiopia is a very special coffee origin for us.  We love to taste and share the…
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How to make a long black at home

That time I made a long black on a Linea Mini If you’ve never made coffee on a La Marzocco Linea Mini, put it on your bucket list! La Marzocco have hit the ball out of the park with this home espresso machine. It’s literally…

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