The health benefits of cold brew coffee

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Brewed coffee, especially cold brew, is loaded with stuff that is beneficial to one’s health, including caffeine. Ever since coffee has been consumed, its health benefits have helped millions of people, from helping them wake up to getting much-needed antioxidants. Caffeine, which is present in just about all forms of coffee, except decaf of course, works wonders for the human body when consumed responsibly. Aside from keeping people awake, caffeine stimulates the nervous system, and make people feel more alert and focused. About 11 years ago, a study done by “T  ...read more

2017 Coffee Trends

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2017 Coffee Trends From Plantation to Cup The humble coffee bean travels the long journey from grower to bean selector, roaster to café and barista to the cup of every discerning coffee drinker. 2017 will continue to be a growth year for specialty coffee (http://kimberleycoffee.com.au/) and all the players will become more spotlit as the consumer seek more information about their favourite drink, such as origin, growing methods and certifications. With this demand for information, all in the chain of creation to service will keep the up flow of information ch  ...read more

Kimberley Coffee update

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Hi, The last 6 months have been a super busy successful dry season in beautiful Broome – thank you for your support in 2016. Here's a little run down for you on what's been happening behind the scenes at Kimberley Coffee Company. We are super proud to have picked up a Silver medal for our signature blend Mintaka (http://kimberleycoffee.com.au/CampaignProcess.aspx?A=Link&VID=34486913&KID=357171&LID=1065938) at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show 2016. Mintaka as a Fair Trade Organic Blend (http://kimberleycoffee.com.au/CampaignProcess.aspx?A=Link&VID=3448691  ...read more

Kenya AA Single Origin Coffee

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Hi All, Kenya AA coffee, just has to be one of the best single origin coffee's we have come across the season. This coffee which is grown at elevations of 1600 to 2,600 mt. Kenya's location to Ethiopia the birth place of coffee lends its self to some amazing opportunities in the coffee space, and Kenya AA doesn't disappoint. The Kenya AA (http://kimberleycoffee.com.au/shop/coffee/coffeesingle-origin/kenya-aa-kagunyu-organic-micro-lot) gourmet coffee beans are grown on volcanic soils and are wet-processed; the beans are harvested, and removed from the bright red cherries, and w  ...read more

Coffee Cupping - what is it?

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Do you have to be a professional coffee sampler/tester to know all about coffee ? The ‘coffee cuppers’ seem to have all of it, over and above their usual coffee buying, judging and writing reviews. But you can also enjoy the flavors of awesome coffee, if you wish to. Coffee is judging is dont by the professional ‘cuppers’ through its many attributes, like smell, taste, flavor, body, acidity and several others. You can also simulate a professional set up with some simple arrangements. First, you must have an abundant supply of fresh, filtered w  ...read more