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Coffee Masters Ethiopia Sidamo Coffee Beans 1kg £12.99 (Prime) / £17.48 (non Prime) Sold by Coffee Masters UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 5th Mar

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Coffee Masters Ethiopia Sidamo Coffee Beans 1kg

Previously paid £16.99 for these beans.
Not bad for single origin
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Lavazza 1 kg is less than £7 in Costco
Nickyleon05/03/2020 13:37

Lavazza 1 kg is less than £7 in Costco


Not a fan of lavazza beans.
Edited by: "uglybob888" 5th Mar
Nickyleon05/03/2020 13:37

Lavazza 1 kg is less than £7 in Costco


It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even if I qualified for that card round trip would be about 100 miles.
blueyellowred05/03/2020 13:47

It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even …It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even if I qualified for that card round trip would be about 100 miles.


saw a guy had like 10kg in his trolley, he might live l100 miles away mate
blueyellowred05/03/2020 13:47

It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even …It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even if I qualified for that card round trip would be about 100 miles.


Qualified, and paid for the annual membership fee as well... Also, these might be posh coffee beans?
zcaprd705/03/2020 14:17

Qualified, and paid for the annual membership fee as well... Also, these …Qualified, and paid for the annual membership fee as well... Also, these might be posh coffee beans?


They are nice beans. I prefer the Brazilian ones myself which I bought late feb and had a roasted on date of 12-02-20
uglybob88805/03/2020 14:23

They are nice beans. I prefer the Brazilian ones myself which I bought …They are nice beans. I prefer the Brazilian ones myself which I bought late feb and had a roasted on date of 12-02-20


Hmm, I got some raw Brazilian beans to roast myself...

£10 per kilo seems to be the bite point around here, but presumably coffee beans are like wine and vary tremendously?
zcaprd705/03/2020 14:25

Hmm, I got some raw Brazilian beans to roast myself...£10 per kilo seems …Hmm, I got some raw Brazilian beans to roast myself...£10 per kilo seems to be the bite point around here, but presumably coffee beans are like wine and vary tremendously?


I was tempted to try ‘roast your own beans’ are they easy to roast?
uglybob88805/03/2020 14:28

I was tempted to try ‘roast your own beans’ are they easy to roast?


Not had a go yet... I will use the popcorn maker, and I have two small sieves for removing the husk.

It gets all very geeky (like wine) apparently their are two pops during the roast, and depending on when you stop between the two, that indicates the level of roast (you may have see a French roast has a "5" flavour guide on the side of a packet).

So there are a lot of potential variations between the beans used, the length of roast, the blend, the type of water (I filter mine) and then the actual preparation of the coffee...
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 5th Mar
zcaprd705/03/2020 14:37

Not had a go yet... I will use the popcorn maker, and I have two small …Not had a go yet... I will use the popcorn maker, and I have two small sieves for removing the husk.It gets all very geeky (like wine) apparently their are two pops during the roast, and depending on when you stop between the two, that indicates the level of roast (you may have see a French roast has a "5" flavour guide on the side of a packet).So there are a lot of potential variations between the beans used, the length of roast, the blend, the type of water (I filter mine) and then the actual preparation of the coffee...


Does sound a little complex. I would likely ruin perfectly good beans haha.
Having said that I may well give it go.
Thanks for the info
uglybob88805/03/2020 14:40

Does sound a little complex. I would likely ruin perfectly good beans …Does sound a little complex. I would likely ruin perfectly good beans haha. Having said that I may well give it go. Thanks for the info


I guess there's a bit of trial and error... In theory, it should be cheaper and better quality, and done to your exact specification (eventually)!

Oh, and do the first batch outside, can be messy...sieves deal was on here and the popcorn maker was from Lidl.
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 5th Mar
zcaprd705/03/2020 14:43

I guess there's a bit of trial and error... In theory, it should be … I guess there's a bit of trial and error... In theory, it should be cheaper and better quality, and done to your exact specification (eventually)!Oh, and do the first batch outside, can be messy...sieves deal was on here and the popcorn maker was from Lidl.


I will keep that in mind!
This looks OK for £20:

hotukdeals.com/dea…146

That's saved a small fortune in popcorn for the kids on its own
Nickyleon05/03/2020 13:50

saw a guy had like 10kg in his trolley, he might live l100 miles away mate


That's a lot of stale coffee to drink.
I do pay around £16 to get freshly roasted delivered - it's only me that drinks it and I like to have a daily treat.
zcaprd705/03/2020 14:47

This looks OK for …This looks OK for £20:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vonshef-popcorn-maker-machine-retro-hot-air-popper-with-6-boxes-healthy-snack-1699-at-ebayuk-3391146That's saved a small fortune in popcorn for the kids on its own


I’m not sure if you get enough heat from the popcorn maker to roast coffee beans since it uses hot air. Will need to do more research on it or you can share your roastingexperience with us all.
Kevin_Pdm805/03/2020 15:41

I’m not sure if you get enough heat from the popcorn maker to roast coffee …I’m not sure if you get enough heat from the popcorn maker to roast coffee beans since it uses hot air. Will need to do more research on it or you can share your roastingexperience with us all.


Apparently it's enough, but I'll try once the weather is better... Its possible to shove them on a tray in the oven, or indeed, a frying pan...
blueyellowred05/03/2020 15:24

That's a lot of stale coffee to drink.I do pay around £16 to get freshly …That's a lot of stale coffee to drink.I do pay around £16 to get freshly roasted delivered - it's only me that drinks it and I like to have a daily treat.


It's probably for his business, but freshly roasted sounds lovely...
I wonder if an air frier would work :/
jdowner05/03/2020 18:29

I wonder if an air frier would work :/


That's an idea, on low, need to check the size of the holes in the pan...
blueyellowred05/03/2020 13:47

It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even …It's nice of you to assume that everyone in UK has Costco next door. Even if I qualified for that card round trip would be about 100 miles.


260 mile round trip for me...
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