Since I've being using aero press for coffee making and grinding fresh beans - I've been getting great coffee. My preferred roast is Italian No.5 from Sainsbury's and when I'm in Soho the Algerian Coffee shop. I also like the dark roast (Piccadilly) from Taylor's. But Kopi is a great alternative. Perhaps not as strong but with a full diverse flavour. The info cards that come are very informative (rather like the 70s wine atlas that Hugh Johnson did); so small producers like the Jampit Estate in Indonesia and growers in Rwanda should be supported more, as both countries are still recovering from turmoil. Kopi consciousness is something many more could aspire to. Nice idea, nicely delivered and with enough taste to know it's not just the bottom line that counts.
As if by magic. Obviously if you can wish for something (bitters) and it miraculously appears on your doorstep the next day that's an impressive service. Positively religious experience without the mumbo jumbo normally associated with this time of year. Must have a plethora of elves or storks or something.
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