You can save $100 or more each month simply by making your coffee at home. A lot of us hit the road each day and head straight to a local coffee shop. spending around $3-$5 each morning can add up over a month. Yahoo reported that making your own coffee at home will cost about 20c per cup. In the first week you could afford to buy a re-usable coffee travel mug too. You dont have to sacrifice your coffee to balance your budget, just modify your routine.
Insert crazy guy with a wacky voice, screaming at you from your TV, with a name thats something like Crazy Joe! 1KG coffee bean value packs are now just $37.90 - that really is an incredible saving, but with my new roaster and all, I just cant stop roasting... Join in the fun, buy a kilo bag and save some money while your at it
Welcome to the new year, 2010. We hope you have had a great Christmas and new year holiday break. The coffee machine in our house has been working overtime this holiday season. I treated myself to a new manual lever espresso machine from Italy, a La Pavoni Europiccola. Its great for controlling the espresso process. I have found a new love for our Colombia beans with this machine, but I still really enjoy Brazil prepared in our Bodum Plunger.
We have had a great break, so good in fact that we are still on holidays.Here is what we have been up to at Bay Beans;
We announce the January Premium Reserve exotic bean.
Advice on perfecting your coffee making skills.
New gas fired roaster soon to be in production.
All the while, I have been enjoying the aromas and benefits of sampling all of our fresh roasted coffee and getting about to meet our dedicated coffee lovers on deliveries.
We announce the January Premium Reserve exotic bean
January is a new month, and as such, we have a new Premium Reserve bean of the month. December was Kenya AA Top Gaigundo, this month we have on offer PNG Guono Highland, which has a chocolate, caramel, nutty flavour. Very smooth and just surpurb as a plunger coffee. We hope you enjoy it. Advice on perfecting your coffee making skills
Would you like some help on improving your coffee making skills? Your just not sure how to get the best out of your machine, or how much coffee you should be using? Bay Beans is here to help. When I first started out making coffee at home, I was so surprised at the improved taste I could achieve by following a few simple steps. There are a few important things like how much coffee you should be using in your plunger or machine, how much pressure should be applied to the tamp process, or how long the coffee extraction process should take. Did you know that you should be aiming to extract only 30ml of coffee espresso over a 25-30sec extraction period to get the best results? If this is new to you, or you would like some assistance on how to achieve these results, just ask by email or phone. Maybe you want to know how to make the best frothy milk for your cappuccino or flat white? You will be making cafe quality coffee for you and your friends in now time. New gas fired roaster soon to be in production
Due to an increase in demand for our delicious coffee beans, we are very proud to announce the impending arrival of our new gas fired roaster from the USA. Our new roaster will offer a greater roasting capacity with the same delicious taste.
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