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13/06/2019
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World Of Coffee ’19 – Our Thoughts

We’ve just returned home after a great trip out to Berlin, for the annual World of Coffee (WoC) – one of the biggest events in the international coffee calendar. We’ve visited WoC before, and having learned so much in Amsterdam in 2018, we decided that this year we’d learn a lot if the whole team took the trip to Berlin, to see what’s new in the coffee industry. Our goals were simple: meet as many people as we could (roasters, importers, farmers, famous coffee folk), and learn as much as... Read More

05/04/2019
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Arabica vs Robusta – The Clash of the Coffees

You’ll have seen it everywhere – from supermarket shelves to fast food outlets; from high street coffee chains to the most niche speciality coffee houses – ‘100% Arabica’ seems to be something that everyone boasts about. But what does it actually mean? We want to go one step further than just saying we use 100% Arabica coffees, and explain the background behind the claim: what that guarantees to you as a consumer, and what the alternatives are. First things first, a little science lesson… A quick delve into our biology... Read More

Rounton Coffee Newsletter – November 2018

Here at Rounton Coffee, we’re working harder than ever to push ourselves to constantly improve what we’ve been doing up until now. We’re busier than ever, we’re learning more than ever, and we think our coffee is tasting better than ever before! We’d like this newsletter to be a place for us to share with you some news about what we’ve been roasting and developing in The Granary, as well as what to expect from us when we’re out and about, and in our shops – Bedford Street Coffee and... 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