Very swish indeed Chris.... 8-)
23 x 200gm coffee orders so far, I can only do 3 at a time :P
Anyway I usually just put beans in these lined bags and write on them but a new friend who ordered 6 bags for gifts asked me to include my details for reordering, so I had to get my act together and this is what I came up with.
Very swish indeed Chris.... 8-)
Yes I agree, very nice indeedOriginally Posted by 634E4A464B270 link=1261208977/1#1 date=1261217856
Good luck with future orders ::)
And all this on a Coretto?
Go you! :)
Corretto today................HG tomorrow!!!! ::) ::)
Nice labelling Chris :)
Congratulations Redzone, both on your enterprise and presentation, job well done.
Must admit Ive contemplated doing something similar to this as an interest, Im retired so have the time, enjoy roasting, could probably push the Corretto to 1 kg and have lots of passing tourist traffic so suspect a sandwich board out the front would bring em in.
May just give it a try in the new year, need to do some market research to discover the most popular method used by the great unwashed to brew coffee, or perhaps someone has the answer. ;)
I suspect that is a jar of instant and a teaspoon. ;DOriginally Posted by 142821392C4D0 link=1261208977/5#5 date=1261262268
In my world most just do not understand that coffee is a fresh food and it must be prepared well to taste good. (sigh)
Although somebody listened, so maybe there is hope. My Kris Kringle pressie at work was batch of very special single estate beans from Kenya, roasted 6 days ago and in a one-way bag!
Oh dear. :(Originally Posted by 73465153635B4659555850340 link=1261208977/6#6 date=1261268694
If its going to start as a hobby I dont think it matters.Originally Posted by 635F564E5B3A0 link=1261208977/5#5 date=1261262268
The biggest factor in their enjoyment of your coffee is that it will be fresh.
A girl I used to work with loved my roasted coffee even though she only had a spice grinder at home that she used for her coffee making.
My beans were soooo much better than the stupidmarket stuff she used to buy that even using a spice grinder the difference was blatantly apparent.
The rest of the guys used everything from a EM6910 to a plunger but all liked the beans.
As their tastes develop they may become fussier.
One of the guys preferred a lighter roast; stopped just on SC.
The rest were happy with anything up to 30 sec into SC; all this with a PNG Kimel.
Thats all it would ever be, my days in business are over. :)Originally Posted by 625E4358525344515952360 link=1261208977/8#8 date=1261269528
Reckon your right. :)Originally Posted by 625E4358525344515952360 link=1261208977/8#8 date=1261269528
For the sake of simplicity I suspect I would only go with one SO variety. ;)Originally Posted by 625E4358525344515952360 link=1261208977/8#8 date=1261269528
I reckon that consistency may be better, and thus a blend that can be adjusted to the changing ingredients. UNLESS, you end up with regulars who appreciate a particular variety. If they (gasp!) learn to appreciate sequential differences then you have a chance at different varieties and a new special every batch.Originally Posted by 172B223A2F4E0 link=1261208977/9#9 date=1261270242