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In a previous post, we took a look at five of our own top Mother’s Day gift ideas for 2022. In the meantime, it occurred to us that there were still dozens of other amazing coffee gifts out there for Mother’s Day. Some of which are more obvious than others, so we thought we’d again look at a few of the more...

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We’re firm believers in putting the best coffee beans in the world to the best possible use in as many ways as possible. The way we see it, brewing up a fantastic cup of coffee using an exquisite batch of artisan beans isn’t the only option on the table. As demonstrated by some of the UK’s most successful and celebrated chefs... 
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From Kenya, we bring you one of the most exclusive and delicious coffees: Kiunyu–Kirinyaga AA. The Kiunyu Coffee Factory is located deep within the tea-zone of Kirinyaga County. Established in the 1960s, the Kiunyu Factory receives coffee from farmers living in nearby villages. The main varietals of coffee grown in the region are...

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From Brazil we bring you one of the most exclusive and delicious coffees: FAZENDA LAGOA SECA, CUP OF EXCELLENCE® WINNER. Cup of Excellence® is the most prestigious coffee competition. The level of scrutiny participant coffees undergo is unmatched anywhere in the specialty coffee world. Each year, thousands of...  

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It is often assumed that measuring quality where different types of coffee beans are concerned is all about Arabica coffee vs Robusta coffee. In reality, it is nothing of the sort. In fact, it is perfectly possible for a cup of gourmet coffee made with Robusta beans to be significantly better than a low-quality Arabica coffee blend... 

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On several occasions, we have discussed how neither Arabica nor Robusta beans can be declared ‘better’ or ‘worse’ than the other. Both have the potential to produce an extraordinary cup of coffee, catering to the tastes and preferences of their own unique audiences. True gourmet coffee can be produced using either, or a...  

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Ask almost anyone to choose between the two main types of coffee beans and most will instinctively gravitate towards arabica coffee. Ever since coffee became a widely available commercial product, it has been assumed that arabica coffee is superior in every way. An assumption perpetuated by the vast majority of...  

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The fact that you can pay $60 for a small cup of Panama Geisha coffee in some parts of the world says all that needs to be said for its desirability. It’s not quite as expensive if you brew your own, but is still pound-for-pound one of the priciest coffees in existence. In which case, it pays to get the brewing process right. Rather than just tossing a cup of Geisha coffee together...   

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Kicking things off with a bonus factoid, did you know that coffee is not in fact native to Jamaica at all? It was actually introduced to the landscape of the Blue Mountains in the early 18th century, at which point the region’s farmers quickly realized they had something pretty epic on their hands! The rest, as they say, is history. Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is the most...

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Pour over coffee has been around in one form or another since coffee itself was first discovered. It’s technically the simplest form of filter coffee you can make, which involves nothing more than pouring water over a measured quantity of coffee in a filter. Simple, effective and just the thing for creating barista-quality brews at home. But what is it about pour over coffee that’s got the world so...

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