There are more and more people willing to get some brewing tools and brew coffee at home or office since it is very convenient. Today, we would like to introduce the variables of coffee brewing to folks. Once we get familiar with those variables, it will be easier to brew your own cup of coffee at home or office.
There may be a few different interpretation is going around of what single origin is exactly, but I like to refer to is as coffee that comes from a single known geographical origin and more specifically, a single farm.
One doesn't have to look for within the Australian coffee scene to see coffee shop roasting in house. It certainly is a growing trend, as coffee shops look for ways to remain competitive in a market that is attracting a lot of new entrants. Like most things in business, the pros and cons of such a venture need to be thoroughly considered before jumping in.
There is a wide scope for adding creative flair as a coffee roaster, so one must be very careful not to judge too harshly and also to embrace the varying points of view, as this is one of the reasons the industry is so dynamic.
In May of this year I had the pleasure of supplying and installing a 60KG COFFEE ROASTING LINE IN NEW CALEDONIA for local company Royal Pacifique S.A. This being my first visit to the island, it was surprisingly only a one and a half hour flight from Brisbane. The Cafe Culture team on hearing of my visit, asked if I could share my experience.