Tremors Coffee
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A small micro roaster doing it for the love of coffee and the satisfaction of get'n more people into drinking "GOOD" coffee.

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Recent Announcements

  • Just in time for Christmas
    Hi Folks,
     
    We've just finished roasting up some Robusta, Kaapi Royale Bold. After a few requests for stronger coffees, we sourced this great bean.
     
    Like most Robustas coffees, the caffeine content in this one will really get you going in the morning.
    Posted Dec 5, 2012, 6:20 PM by Desmond Horsley
  • Finally!
    Sorry folks, its been a while since I've put an update on here.
     
    I currently have Ethiopian Harrar Longberry in stock. This is a nice safe coffee. Goes as well with milk as it does black.
     
    I also have some Rwanda Cyarumbo. The Cyarumbo is a new coffee for me. It has a unique flavour, I find it quite intense, and personly prefer it with milk to help take off the harsher corners...
    Posted May 28, 2012, 7:02 PM by Desmond Horsley
  • Cuba Turquino
    This is a very interesting coffee. One of the smallest beans I have seen, as a fresh roast, day 1 - 6 there are light "dry tea" flavours present, these mellow off as the coffee matures to produce a sweet coffee with slight peppery flavour.

    To fully appriciate the flavours in this one, try it in a plunger, black.

    Very limited stock
    Posted May 2, 2011, 5:12 PM by Desmond Horsley
  • Mexican Yeni Navan Typica
    We've taken this coffee slightly darker than our usual at Tremors, a coffee that will be liked by anyone
    who is into dark chocolate.

    The Yeni Navan Typica was certified organic at origin.
    Posted Feb 1, 2011, 1:09 PM by Desmond Horsley
  • Teluk Bayur Robusta
    This is Tremors first Robusta coffee. Robusta is said to have at least twice as much caffeine as Arabica,
    and because of its traditional cost, most instant coffees were made from Arabica.

    The flavour is definatly different to what you would expect from an Arabica, slightly darker roasted, this coffee
    is quite the eye opener.

    Not for the faint hearted!
    Posted Jan 23, 2011, 9:43 PM by Desmond Horsley
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