Coffeeangel Christmas Calendar

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Posted by Karl Purdy on Dec 13, 2011

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Free Delivery on Irish Christmas Orders

Tough as it is, we've decided to ignore all the financial doom & gloom this holiday season. We've taken it upon ourselves to spread a little festive cheer (and hopefully value) by offering FREE...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Nov 22, 2011

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Brew Methods

With another Christmas just around the corner, there will be plenty of coffee gadgets, tools and brewers packed, wrapped and deposited beneath trees. Whether you are giving or receiving, the gift...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Nov 20, 2011

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We’re Back

After a horrible week, Coffeeangel is back online! Bear with us while we get everything working again.

Posted by Karl Purdy on Aug 24, 2011

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Supermarket Challenge

A few weeks back I was kindly asked by Evening Herald journalist, Leslie Williams, to participate in a cupping of supermarket coffees along with food & wine writer, obsessive home roaster and friend,...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Dec 27, 2010

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Absent With Out Leave

As frustrating, disruptive and unprecedented as the Irish weather has been of late, we get more infinitely more upset knowing that our valued customers may have braved the elements and icy footpaths...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Dec 06, 2010

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A Rose By Any Other Name…

Truth be told, I have never tasted a gooseberry. Nor a tamarind, rambutan or a kumquat for that mattter. If I see these flavour descriptors on wine labels I can be fairly cetain that they imply an...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 21, 2010

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Grasshopper, I have much to learn…

I have spent countless hours extracting, weighing, sipping, spilling, reading and trawling the interweb in an effort to keep up with the latest trends, expand my knowledge and skills base and...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 14, 2010

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Geoff Watts Twitter Feed

It did seem that many others, like myself, were riveted to the Twitter Feed coming hard and fast from Geoff Watts' attendance at the 23rd International Conference on Coffee Science held recently in...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 13, 2010

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The Patriotism of Survival

I will probably annoy a few people with this post – some of them industy colleagues and friends. But I was heartened and motivated by the comments made by James Hoffmann in response to a recent...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 10, 2010

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From Luxury to Commodity

This excerpt is taken from the Euromonitor International's Hot Drinks in Ireland report, published March 2010.In the face of a crippling recession, many consumers have sought to make cuts in their...

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 07, 2010

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the talent pool

Given the economic shit-storm that Ireland currently finds itself in, I am now needing a daily reminder of why I choose to remain on this vestigal island, barely clinging to fraying hem of Europe....

Posted by Karl Purdy on Oct 05, 2010

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