Grand'Cru Coffee is currently having a 40% off sale for their Deep South blend. Pre-ground available.
For the uninitiated, what are Aeropress and French-press?
French Press is the traditional coffee pot style - a glass pot/jug that has a sieve like filter in it, which you press down to prevent the coffee grounds being poured into the cup.
Aeropress is a hand-pressed extraction method, like a cross between French Press and an espresso.
In terms of grind, on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the finest, French Press would be around a 4-5 while aeropress would be a 6-7. Espresso would be 8-9 and 10 is Turkish coffee - almost pulverised.
Any deals on coffee pods OP?
If not, Inglewood have a pod sale I think
We don't currently have any deals on our pods, but we have just reduced the price by 40% last week (so it's kind of like a permanent 40% discount if you think about it) :)
Is pickup available? I live pretty close by …
would be interested to know as well. can pick it up on the way to chatswood bunnings
Unfortunately we're not accomodating local pickup at the present moment. Apologies for the inconvenience!
can't seem to find many reviews online for this roaster. anyone know how they compare with Manna beans?
what is the roast date?
We roast our Deep South each Friday, and let it rest for 7-9 days to de-gas which helps the robusta sweeten. We start releasing stock throughout the week after ageing.
From $37/kg delivered, for those that believe bargains deserve prices
To clarify, the coffee is $27/kg + $10 shipping under $50 :)
I'd be curious to try but the postage kills it for me
But a lot of others out there to sample. Those that hover around that $30/kg are in the sweet spot 👍
Excellent value at 2kg, pls offer again in a month or two
Ordered, and threw in quite a few syrups and other stuff to, almost $100 spent :)
Any recommendations on grind, etc for this type of bean?
Finally received after ordering 2 weeks ago
Roasted 16 days ago :'(