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You can buy coffee pretty much anywhere these days. From your local corner shop to a roaster overseas, coffee is everywhere and it can be good but also, not so good. However, the advantages of aligning with a local small batch, artisan roaster lies in their ability to cater to your specific needs and provide personalised service
The size of the particles of coffee that are used when brewing or extracting, play a massive part in the end flavour, body, acidity and sweetness. A coffee grind that is too coarse will be result in coffee that is weak, watery, sour and / or salty. However, go too fine and the coffee will taste burnt, ashy and smokey.
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Make sure that the coffee you are using has a "roasted on" date. All specialty coffee beans will have this as opposed to an "expiry" date.