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 on: April 23, 2017, 02:04:33 am 
Started by rijo42 - Last post by jonsnow88200
I love COFFEE so much that I cannot live without it! And I'm not joking  Cool

 on: April 14, 2017, 10:52:40 pm 
Started by CarolineWalker - Last post by JaneJane
There opened a new vegetarian cafe in Fulham: Sanctuary
I liked their vegan breakfast, delicious food and fine prices Smiley

 on: April 14, 2017, 10:34:07 pm 
Started by CarolineWalker - Last post by JaneJane
I love veggie cuisine, but still can't do without chicken breast fillet  Undecided

 on: April 11, 2017, 06:01:06 am 
Started by CarolineWalker - Last post by haimawan
Veggie is good at festival times.. full tasty and all specials...

Prasadh restaurant is a great place to find good veggie recipes..

 on: April 07, 2017, 05:35:06 am 
Started by cornwall - Last post by haimawan
I once tasted London Cru Bacchus, at that was the last time I had wine.. decided to give up this habit...

 on: January 05, 2017, 11:18:19 am 
Started by rijo42 - Last post by akshay4242
Ethiopia Coffe beans are nice all time , If coffee growing was an Olympic event, it'd be a marathon not a sprint. And not just because Africa totally dominates. Being a coffee superpower requires years of economic, infrastructural, and government investment. Plus a bean-friendly terrior, farmers dedicated to quality control, and a trust in industry buyers to bring the beans to the masses.

So, which countries shell out the best beans? To get an idea, we asked a group of 11 roasters and writers to weigh in. Obviously, with all of the variables involved, naming favorite countries is not an easy task. Almost all of our contributors expressed hesitation about throwing their hat into the ring (too much Deadly Grounds, perhaps), and one roaster even pulled their choices for fear of upsetting their farmers.

Naturally, personal bias in taste, education, and life experience influence one's picks, but by polling a diverse cross-section of the coffee world, we feel like this is an honest pulse of the industry, as taken from some of its finest minds. Dare we say 'definitive'? To the dismay of the comments section, we dare. Here are the results, with the reasoning below.

 on: January 05, 2017, 09:36:04 am 
Started by rijo42 - Last post by Dhaval12
I love coffee and thank you for providing a detailed about a coffee.

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