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Your Own Coffee Plant

December 8th, 2017|Uncategorized|

If you know people that love home gardening, Pikaplant will definitely win their heart. This coffee arabica plant lives inside a humid sealed airtight biotope. It doesn’t require watering as it waters itself. You can find a Pikaplant jar at Industry & Co, located in the heart of Dublin 2’s Creative Quarter. It makes it a perfect gift for any of your green fingered family or friends.

Coffee Equipment

December 8th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Coffee accessories always make thoughtful gifts for coffee aficionados. Why? Such coffee gear lets home brewers prepare their cup of coffee with more precision, resulting in more flavoursome. And that is something your coffee lovers do appreciate. The best place is your local coffee houses or design homeware shops as Kitchen Whisk on Wicklow Street. A new independent homewares store well worth a visit.  Browse through a selection of coffee products including a Moka Pot, the classic French press and [...]

Christmas Hamper

December 8th, 2017|Uncategorized|

If your friend is into health and fitness, Our friends at Wyldsson have the perfect fitness hamper.  Mix healthy snacks like Pro7 Mulberry Muesli, Guilt Free Hot Chocolate, Hazelnut & Cocoa Nut Butter (500g) with the artisan roasted coffee from Coffee Culture and a Rosanna Davidson cookbook and this is a hamper packed full of goodness and all for a great price of €59.99.  This Wyldsson Christmas hamper is available now at https://wyldsson.com/products/

Coffee Subscriptions

December 8th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Exclusively for TheTaste.ie readers in December, you can now subscribe to a brand-new subscription from a new Artisan Coffee Roasters opening in Irelands Tidiest Town Birdhill in 2018.  The Old Barracks Coffee Roastery has been quietly getting set up during 2017 with their first crops of imported speciality Coffee Beans from all over the world. These crops are from Ethiopia, Rwanda, Costa Rica and El Salvador with more to come in 2018. They are focusing on importing high grade speciality [...]

How-To Courses

December 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Some people love drinking good coffee. Other people, however, are ready take control of a coffee tamper and portafilter. Workshops such as Coffee Culture's Barista Class or Latte Art Masterclass will fit the bill. Such courses are excellent for a coffee enthusiast. A one day course will teach them the tips and tricks to make cafe quality coffee drinks.  A perfect add-on and stocking filler could be a practice session, including free milk and coffee beans. You can [...]

London Coffee Festival – Part 2 – Home Barista Training

May 10th, 2017|Uncategorized|

The Coffee Culture barista trainers were delighted to be invited to the London Coffee Festival by La Marzocco, to take over their Kitchen Stand for a day.  Providing Home Barista training to members of the public, proceeds of this stand were donated to Project Waterfall.  La Marzocco have been making hand crafted espresso machines in Florence since 1927.  It is one of the most important companies in the coffee industry.  It would be hard to throw a stick anywhere in the coffee world without hitting one of their [...]

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London Coffee Festival – Part 1

May 10th, 2017|London Coffee Festival, Uncategorized|

The calendar is full of trade shows and coffee events.  One of the ones not to miss is the the London Coffee Festival.  Held in an ex-brewery in East-Central London, it was launched seven years ago.  7500 people came that first year, last year more than 30,000 people came over the four days! Who was there? Coffee industry people get a lot out shows like the London Coffee Festival.  We see and showcase the latest in product and equipment innovation and design.  We can connect with our industry community [...]

SCAE courses

April 3rd, 2017|SCAE|

The SCAE Courses are recognised worldwide.  This is due to the recent merge of the SCAA* and the SCAE**.  They are based on best practices for delivering specialty coffee.  We recommend the SCAE courses for industry professionals and people looking to create a career in the coffee industry. Since the collaboration of these two bodies, the SCA and the SCAE, all training comes under the SCA brand. Following the coffee cherry from farm to cup, the SCAE courses are part of a [...]