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Thread: Buying mycotoxin free coffee in Australia

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    Hey guys,

    Iím just hoping to ask where can I buy some mycotoxin free coffee grounds in Australia?

    Iím hoping to make some bulletproof coffee in the morning as a breakfast replacement and also to provide the extra kick for work, itís the whole reason I bought a coffee machine haha.

    However Iím just wondering, what are some of the coffee brands that are mycotoxin free and available in Australia? I donít wish to buy the official bulletproof products as itís just too expensive, so Iím hoping to find some alternatives.

    Also I donít have a bean grinder so coffee ground is preferred. Thank you so much for all your help!

    Best Regards,
    Thomas

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    Ahh.... That old chestnut...
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    Mmm. Chestnuts
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    Buying mycotoxin free coffee in Australia

    The thing about chestnuts is they are very good for roasting. But are so rarely seen around to roast these days. Thankfully roasting them also helps reduce chestnut molds down to safe levels.
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    Perspective is a wonderful thing...
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    @coffeeidherer
    Sounds like one of those fads that come and go but if you're set on trying it check out Mycotoxin free coffee - Byron Bay Coffee Company and also read What Are Coffee Mycotoxins, Mycotoxin Free Coffee Beans.
    Basically you're after high quality, washed processed, dark roasted, no decaf, arabica coffee. I'm pretty sure you cannot go wrong with most offers from CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay .

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    Now I feel like having some roasted chestnuts :| .

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    Quote Originally Posted by roburu View Post
    @coffeeidherer
    Sounds like one of those fads that come and go but if you're set on trying it check out Mycotoxin free coffee - Byron Bay Coffee Company and also read What Are Coffee Mycotoxins, Mycotoxin Free Coffee Beans.
    Basically you're after high quality, washed processed, dark roasted, no decaf, arabica coffee. I'm pretty sure you cannot go wrong with most offers from CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay .
    Hey matie,
    Thank you so much for the post you made, really appreciate you taking the time explaining it to me.
    Although this is also the first time I'm buying coffee to make it myself (that's not instant), so I'm really overwhelmed by all the brands.
    I'm just wondering though, what brand and product would you recommend that's commonly available (in most shopping malls instead of mail-delivery-only). Such as in Coles, Woolies, Aldi etc.
    Preferably I'm looking into something that have strong effects on focus, since it's really a busy period for me at work at the moment.
    Anyway appreciate your reply, thank you so much for this!

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    I'm going to wait to hear what Pete Evans has to say about this before I form a strong opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2muchcoffeeman View Post
    Ahh.... That old chestnut...
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    Save me a seat Chris.
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    I do have a chestnut roasting pan if someone needs to borrow it.

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    Hi Coffeeidherer

    As someone here said buy some roasted coffee beans from the Bean Bay here. Don't bother with Coles, Aldi or Woollies unless you actually want to do a Bean Bay versus Coles comparison to backup why this site is full of coffee snobs. When you buy from Bean Bay look at the descriptions of the roasted beans. Some are more suited to milk based drinks and some to espresso style. If your unsure ask. There are also blends to try.

    I would suggest you to buy a "Roasted Sample Pack". You will be amazed at the differences between the beans. They are freshly roasted and all high quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speleomike View Post

    I would suggest you to buy a "Roasted Sample Pack". You will be amazed at the differences between the beans. They are freshly roasted and all high quality.

    Mike
    Good idea Mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffeeidherer View Post
    I'm just wondering though, what brand and product would you recommend that's commonly available (in most shopping malls instead of mail-delivery-only). Such as in Coles, Woolies, Aldi etc.
    Preferably I'm looking into something that have strong effects on focus, since it's really a busy period for me at work at the moment.
    What Mike said! I honestly cannot recommend supermarket coffee. It's coffee that's long "dead". A coffee will taste good within the first month after roast, after that it's all the same. The supermarket coffees don't not display the roast date on the package as they claim the coffee is good for 1 year or so. Sure, it doesn't go bad but all the taste that makes it interesting is gone.
    Some people reported that Aldi brand coffee is the freshest supermarket coffee you can buy. That is assuming you buy it as beans, not ground coffee. Ground coffee is pretty much guaranteed to be stale no matter how well it's packaged.

    In regards to the "strong effects on focus" bit, I assume you want coffee with high caffeine content. The coffee variety that has the most caffeine content is robusta. The problem with robusta is that in general it tastes pretty horrible and due to lower quality of processing may have more of the mycotoxins you're trying to avoid.

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    I think you need "Tick the Box" coffee Thomas:
    CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Roasted Coffee - Tick the Box Coffee

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    That's very good Andy.

    I've ordered 2 kilos. Doh!
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    Oh, please please please keep us informed when people buy Tick the Box coffee.
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    It ticks all the boxes for me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    I think you need "Tick the Box" coffee Thomas:
    CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Roasted Coffee - Tick the Box Coffee
    this has to be the best coffee ever! love it!

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    Love that....Picked by virgins on the west facing slope between 12am and 2am and only by the moonlight of a full moon?
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    But does it come in an ethnically sourced, organic neutral, reusable bleach free paper bag from a free range renewable Forrest?

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    Nah, everything in my description is factual and it's what Espresso Organic already is... just we don't feel the need to sell it that way.
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