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Another nomination.....

So it turns we've been nominated for two categories in the Brighton and Hove Foodie Awards, Best Cafe as well as Best Food Shop. I was too excited about being nominated once that I missed the second nomination. If you haven't done so already vote here and make us happy.

Al

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Vote Small Batch!

Leaders debates are cool but politics isn't as fun as food or drink. As part of this years Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival a new range of awards have been launched, the Brighton and Hove Foodie Awards. We've been nominated in the best food shop category which we're very proud of, primarily because its lovely to be nominated but also its great to be recognised as more than simply a cafe but also for our roasting and retail coffee sales. I'm assuming that if you're reading this you probably like our coffee and we would massively appreciate it if you could take two seconds to vote for us here. There are also several of the cafes we supply nominated in the best cafe category so if you are voting you can share the love! PS. I saw the best shot of someone in the audience of the leaders debates doing a massive yawn tonight. Al

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Hello,

 
Ive just returned from a two week jaunt through the alps which sadly I was able to return from on time as we were driving, and it's all go here at the shop.
 
I was working on our web shop before I went away and its just about ready to launch now so the time seemed appropriate to launch the Small Batch Blog as well. The web shop isn't active just yet but will be very soon. You can view it currently at smallbatchcoffee.bigcartel.com though it will soon flip over to smallbatchcoffee.co.uk which will also be hosting this blog once we figure out how computers actually work...
 
So anyway, as means of a quick first post to get the ball rolling I thought I would share a few thoughts on my favourite coffee of the moment, Finca Santa Clara from Antigua, Guatemala.
 
I took a bag of this coffee away with me on my trip along with my aeropress and at the expense of sounding like a total douche, 'really got to know it'. I don't often drink the same coffee day after day or get through a whole 250 gram bag of one coffee at a time as we usually have so many samples and blends to try. Drinking this coffee for a week straight from the same brew method only enhanced the initial loving I'd had for it from cuppings and early tastings.
 
I am a big fan of Latin American coffee, I love the light body and citrussey flavours as a nice alternative to a dark rich espresso, and the Finca Santa Clara delivers these but with massive, juicy tropical fruit flavours as well (note the pineapple on the label). It's quite a 'different' coffee but if you're up for trying something very fruity and fresh during this soon to end April heat wave, the Finca Santa Clara is available at the roastery, £4.95 per 250g
 
 
Thanks for making it this far, check back soon, hopefully the blog will look a bit tidier and more small batchey next time your here.
 
Al

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