News from the shops

Dawson Denim Aprons & Aeropress Travel Pack

Dawson Denim Apron Box

If you’ve ever been into a Small Batch Coffee shop then you will have noticed the uber stylish denim aprons that adorn our lovely staff. These are handmade for us right here in Brighton by our good friends Dawson Denim. We’ve been working with husband and wife team Scott and Kelly for over three years now and we really love the quality of their work. They import Red Line Selvedge denim directly from Japan to their Brighton workshop where everything is hand cut. The stitching and hemming is done on vintage Union Special machines and they have a real commitment to craftsmanship and a philosophy of building things to last.

Small Batch on the road

Costa Rica and The History Of Honey Process

Costa Rica Honey Process

With the release of the delicious Yellow Honey from Hacienda Sonora in Costa Rica a few weeks ago we’ve had a few questions in our shops about what exactly honey processing is so Al thought this would be a good time to write a little about the process and it’s development in Brazil and then Costa Rica.

News from the shops

Benji Gordon - Streets Of Morocco

Benji Gordon - Photo credit noralorek.com

News from the shops

Interview: And So It Goes

In a new feature for our fancy new website, each month we’re going to be speaking to one of our wonderful and talented staff members and finding out about the things they do outside of coffee.

This month, features an interview with Sadie, head barista at Norfolk Square and her band And So It Goes, a Brighton-based three-piece, formerly known as Oh Captain!

Small Batch on the road

Barista Guild Europe: CoLab Antwerp 2016 (by Laura)

Phoebe & Laura LIVE

For most of us the word ‘barista’ is pretty new to our vocabulary. The idea that it takes more to prepare a cup of coffee than just add water and give it a stir is also relatively new. However, it has not taken long for speciality coffee to become part of our daily lives. How many people now start their day with a flat white rather than an instant coffee, or have lavished money on coffee gadgets and gismos that now take pride of place in our kitchen? As coffee culture has taken hold and established itself firmly in the UK (Brighton more than most perhaps) then we are starting to realise that it takes a high quality coffee combined with someone who knows what to do with it, if we are going to enjoy what we are drinking.

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