29 Nov 2014 19:35
Bought online from workshop coffee in London
Incredible roast if any locals can go in there I would reccomend
No idea if they have a physical store though
29 Nov 2014 21:23
cheers - bought some from Monmouth - not the cheapest, but my bag smells amazing now
29 Nov 2014 21:30
Pact is worthy - tried it after a post on here
30 Nov 2014 09:08
Will give the workshop a go, sounds good. Had a few really nice roasts from pact recently, Finca San Luis this mornings and the San Antonio recently was really nice, always seem to be spot on with the tasting notes and roasted within a few days, although the one his morning was roasted a week ago. Makes any difference?
30 Nov 2014 09:32
A week is about perfect really, wouldn't brew with beans that are only a few days fresh from roast. They're still releasing a lot of gas in the week after roasting which will impact upon flavour, so best to wait around a week if possible.
posted 30 Nov 2014 09:45, edited 30 Nov 2014 09:45
Does Workshop only sell unground beans online? Can't see an option for getting them to grind it.
I know it tastes better if you grind it yourself but everyone at work already thinks I'm a knob when I get my aeropress out.
EDIT: It says they only ship whole beans, never mind.
30 Nov 2014 11:13
Try Square Mile. Some fantastic roasts
30 Nov 2014 12:30
Wish I could get proper pease pudding in the south
4 Dec 2014 16:15
any recommendations for a cheap but decent coffee grinder?
4 Dec 2014 16:17
I'm using a stove top, if that makes a difference?
4 Dec 2014 16:36
Got my first pact for £1, pretty great but can't justify £6 a pack. Maybe in a few years.
4 Jan 2015 22:03
So they're selling an aeropress in my local coffee shop for 25 quid. Is it worth it, do I need to buy special coffee?
4 Jan 2015 23:34
Def worth it. The grind needs to be fine or you'll get a bitter end product.
posted 5 Jan 2015 00:09, edited 5 Jan 2015 00:09
YLAUP don't say it's the coffee shop your ex works at, the same place you had a job interview at and where you live at.