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I received an email recently from a coffee roasting firm called Boun Beans, asking me if I’d like to try their freshly roasted coffee beans, to which I replied something along the lines of… daft question ;-), of course I would. Now of course I’m not going to turn down the chance to try any coffee, I love the stuff. […]

Boun Beans, Seriously Good Freshly Roasted Coffee


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I actually really like Nespresso machines, and I like the concept of Nespresso. George Clooney, I can take or leave, coffee – I prefer to take, and I’ve tasted some very nice Nespresso coffee, but what initially put me off a Nespresso machine was the thought of being tied into only having the coffee that they put in their pods. […]

Freshly Brewed Speciality Coffee Via Nespresso Machines?



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  If you pop into your local supermarket and pick up a bag (or tin) of coffee beans or pre-ground coffee, you’re probably accustomed to spending around £3 – £5 for a 250g bag. If you hop onto the website of a coffee roaster, or call in at a local roastery if you’re lucky enough to have one locally, you’ll […]

Freshly Roasted Speciality Coffee Beans Vs. Supermarket Coffee.