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Brew Guide

Espresso 31/10/2018
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Dialling in – Grinder Basics

Getting your espresso right can be a daunting task, especially when you feel like your grinder has a mind of its own. If you’ve ever tried to pull a shot and it just won’t behave, maybe it’s time to brush up your dialling in skills. We’re going to talk you through what’s going on inside your basket, and give you the tools you need to know how to tame your grinder. Firstly, you’re going to need: a timer a set of scales – ideally a set that is accurate to 1/10... Read More

15/02/2015

V60 Brew Guide

The V60 Brew Guide There are so many fantastic ways of brewing Coffee but I have to say that the V60 is one of our firm favourites at Rounton Coffee. We have all sorts of brewing paraphernalia scattered around The Roastery, yet more often than not we find ourselves reaching out for the V60. It is one of the most effortless ways of making coffee and I also find it strangely therapeutic. This method is perfect for home brewing. It’s inexpensive, compact and delivers a really clean cup of coffee.... Read More

31/08/2014
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Cafetiere Brew Guide Recipe

A simple brew guide for the common Cafetiere, or French Press as they are also known. What you need: 1. A Cafetiere, a Kettle, Fresh Water, Freshly Roasted Coffee (Coarsely ground), Grinder (Optional), & Scales (Optional). Guide 1. First boil the kettle and then preheat the cafetiere by adding some hot water. 2. If you have a grinder then great, grind the coffee quite coarsely, if not then of course it is ok to use pre-ground coffee 3. Discard the hot water from the now warm Cafetiere 4. Add 18g of coffee to every 250ml of... Read More