Plain, buttered toast!
by Jeremy Challender | 17/07/2013 | Equipment, Tips & Tricks
'San Jeronimo remains for me one of the most fascinating and exciting farms that I have the pleasure to buy from, even the way the coffee arrives at the roastery is exciting. It’s an honour to share their products with our customers, and we look forward to many more cups of coffee shared' Anette Moldvaer
For years we have bemoaned the failure of posh restaurants to embrace speciality coffee. I think we have secretly enjoyed feeling superior to these celebrity chefs…with their willingness to brew on capsule machines, brew Nespresso and rebuff our advances. I remember when Jenni Bryant (then Prufrock Barista now GM of Market Lane in Melbourne)... Read more »
Depending on how you look at it this is a world’s first. I’m not talking about matcha but rather Stonerolled (TM) roasted green, oolong and black tea. But having mentioned matcha I must point out the Chinese emperor was putting yak’s milk in his matcha over 1000 years ago so this concept is not without... Read more »