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Frequently Asked Questions

The Answers You Seek

 

Do you ship internationally?

I'm afraid not, not yet anyway. Anything outside the UK is a bit scary so I need to wait until my company gets slightly larger.

I like strong coffee, what do you recommend?

To be honest, I don't have anything as dark as supermarket strength 5 as my parents keep banging on about ( they like Italian roast ) But I would recommend having an Indonesian or Indian coffee as the beans can usually take a darker roast and still express themselves in a good coffee!

What is your Return Policy?

I don't have one, if you really hate your coffee I would love to chat about it and see what your preferred flavour profile is. I haven't had any returns to date which is good news I think!

I like smooth coffee, what do you recommend?

Personally, I would go for a bean from Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Brazil or Mexico. From what I've tasted these coffees are always buttery smooth and a pleasure to drink.

I love love love a fruity coffee, what do you recommend?

Whoa there wild coffee drinker! If you're looking for funky and fruity I would head towards Colombia, Kenya, Costa Rica. These are typically berry like and fruity.

What is the best method to get the most out of my brew?

So from my experience, if you're a coffee addict and want a buzz, espresso is your jam, use a mokapot or machine. To really taste the flavour and origin then extraction has to be more delicate like a pour-over or an aeropress, this usually take some preparing. Then finally if you would like a cup of joe which tastes great use a cafetiere or french press to steep your coffee.

Brew guides, I need them!

With coffee, every process requires different amount of coffee. I will list what I think is a good starting point, from there you can adapt it to your taste, whether you add more time, more coffee or more water. Check out my brew guide page to find out precisely what you're after.