Before starting this review, let it be known that I love the Fellow products. They seem to represent a balance of industrial design and function, that always makes their products a thing of beauty. What is it? The Duo (or Duo Coffee Steeper as they call it) is an all in one brewer and pourer. Coffee grinds and water go in the top, you steep the coffee for a time, then turn the top, and the brewed coffee rushes down into the bottom part of the Duo, ready to be poured. With the grinds still left at the top. Does Read More …
Wayne travels overseas a lot so we thought we should publish this chat between Cuth and Wayne about coffee away from home. Some of the things you will hear: Getting a vibe for a coffee shop Research, Ask those in the know Social media The good, the bad and the not so tasty, experiencing it all. Milking it Reading through the paid for posts. Talking to the locals Take away cups Cost of coffee Filter coffee And a short intro to worlds.
In this long awaited episode, by whom we know not. We catchup with Zane to see what he has been up to in the UK, what he enjoyed at London Coffee Fest (LCF). We also talk about Warren’s experiences at origin in Brazil and Colombia. We cover: What surprised Zane in LCF What impressed him What he was able to paly with Warren’s perspective and summary of coffee farms in Brazilian and Colombia And then back to Zane
In this podcast we explore the world of esters. What are they in wine, and why are they even in coffee. We discuss esters concentrating on wine and then apply this to coffee. It is a journey of discovery that we went on with Thinus that we think everyone interested in the science of taste will want to listen to (and we are not biased in anyway, no not us). With Thinus Botha from Buitenverwachting Links: Peter Giuliano – an experiment with yeasts: A long overdue report on some coffee fermentation experiments. James Hoffman talks to Peter Giuliano: Episode Five Read More …
No this is not a remake of a Talking Heads song, this is Episode 7. Frozen green, CQI and … In this episode, we sit down with Matt from Tribeca. We chat about a green bean storage experiment he did recently, hear about how he got into coffee, talk a little bit about sustainability and quality control certification. Sorry about the noise quality we tried to record in a quiet room and had a strange buzzing noise through out, which we tried to remove but it created a muted echo on the voices.
In this episode we talk to Wayne Oberholzer, 2015 Western Cape Barista champ, just before he heads off for the South African nationals. He talks about Wayne, espresso, makes us some espressos, and discusses which Nuova Simonelli would suit you as a domestic user. We also talk about his experience with other cafés and he shares his opinion about coffee in South Africa. Wayne is the Director of Coffee Affairs at The Portland Project – tweet him at @Portland_Proj Category: brewing
We are joined by Jono from Rosetta Roastery, with whom we have a long, fairly thought-provoking chat. Jono posts a challenge to all in the coffee industry, what will be your response? Comment below or use: Facebook or Twitter. Jono is not just a pretty face, he does know a thing or too about coffee. Especially how to make it go from green to brown in a way that makes it yummy. Category: calibration Addendum: What is VST, and why is it important read Matt Perger’s post: baristahustle.com/vstwtf-part-1
In which we talk about what we’d like to do with the podcast as we set sail on this voyage. Listeners are introduced to the cast. Send us feedback to twitter: @coffeebrewmance or facebook: facebook.com/coffeebrewmance. Or leave a comment on the posts, or a review on iTunes or relevant platform.