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3 Myths About Wood Roasted Coffee

3 Myths About Wood Roasted Coffee

Our wood roasting technique is extremely unique, largely due to our custom built roaster which makes our process very different to the traditional wood roasting process. So we have decided it is time to clear up some myths about wood roasted coffee. 1. WOOD ROASTING IS INCONSISTENT Coffee roasters are known to be met with challenges such as controlling temperature, and if using a direct heat source – burning and tipping the beans because of no air flow. We have overcome the challenge of wood roasting being inconsistent with an air roasting approach through our custom-built, fully temperature-controlled wood fire...

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Kim Loupis
What's the difference between Arabica & Robusta coffee?

What's the difference between Arabica & Robusta coffee?

Many immediately think of Arabica when they think of quality coffee but did you know that there are over 100 coffee species? However, the two most cultivated species of coffee in the world are Arabica and Robusta. ARABICA COFFEE Arabica coffee is the most popular in the world and is what we use for all our coffee. Arabica coffee is known for its chocolate, nut, berry and fruity flavour notes. With all this flavour, it's no surprise that Arabica contains twice as much sugar than Robusta. Arabica also has less caffeine which may sound negative but too much caffeine results in a bitter taste....

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Kim Loupis
Learn about the different Coffee Regions - The Wood Roaster

Where in the world does our coffee come from?

WHERE DOES OUR COFFEE COME FROM? What are the main coffee regions around the world? There are good areas and bad areas for growing coffee, with the prime area being known as the Bean Belt — and within that area, there’s a whole lot of coffee diversity. 

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Kim Loupis
The Wood Roaster X Brix Rum Cocktail - The Wood Roaster

The Wood Roaster X Brix Rum Cocktail

We partnered with Brix Rum for this special coffee & rum cocktail creation for you to enjoy this weekend (or any day of the week).

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