Just in time for the birth of our daughter we were lucky enough to receive a bag of Ethiopia Nazimu Abamecha single origin coffee beans from Rave Coffee. I always like to opt for whole bean and grind on demand to keep our coffee as fresh as possible. If you don’t have your own grinder at home you can select a grind based on your favourite brewing method which is extremely helpful for you to get the best out of your cup.
With the sleep levels I’ve been getting my brewing technique was sure to suffer however Rave very helpfully sent out a brew guide for each method which helped keep me right. The grind, five minute infusion (the bloom achieved here shows how fresh the beans Rave sent are, I’ve never seen CO2 release like it!) and five minute resting time gave me the opportunity to sort out our bacon sandwiches so we can keep our bellies full and our energy levels up.
As a new dad fresh coffee has been an even more essential part of my morning to help get my eyes back open as I settle in to working with a newborn strapped to my chest, the fact the coffee is absolutely delicious certainly helped too! Better yet, Rave’s coffee subscription service means that more coffee will be on the way as I run out which means there’s one less this that I need to keep track of whilst I get used to my new set of responsibilities.
If you decide to try Rave Coffee I’ve got this referral code which you can use to get £5 off. Enjoy!
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