India – Kelagur Heights Estate

Buy it online here https://www.sippingduck.com.au/product/single-origin-india/ Region: Manjarabad, Western Ghats, Chikmagalur District. Altitude: 915 – 1220 masl Soil: Deep friable, porous, rich in organic matter, slightly acidic. Farm Size: 120 hectares Process Method: Natural Varietal: SLN6 – SLN 9 – S-795 Kelagur Heights Coffee and Tea Estates is owned by the Mathias Family for the past […]

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Covid-19 Safe Check-in information

As part of the “Covid Safe Checklist for dining in” issued by Queensland Government, we are required to collect the contact details of every person that sits down at our cafes. We use Kounta’s (our Point of Sale provider) Safe Check-in feature. This is how your information is stored and used. ______________________________________________________________________________ ***Extracted from Kounta’s […]

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Our blends described

We say we have something for almost anyone. Five blends might not look like much when you compare it with all those crazy flavoured coffees our there. We say we have something for almost anyone because our coffees are so well balanced and roasted, that nearly everyone likes them. Even though it is a small […]

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Aeropress – how to use

How to get the most out of your AeroPress™ Coffee Maker.ย  To get your’s, click HERE BREWING: You can make from one to four cups per pressing. Each pressing only takes about a minute, so you can serve a houseful of guests in a few minutes. Just follow these easy steps. Remove the plunger and […]

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Friis coffee canister

Full flavour starts with fresh coffee. If you want to purchase your Friss canister click here. The Friis Coffee Vault – Coffee Savor blocks out light and air to seal in flavour. The Friis Freshness Valve vents away continuous CO2 gases that are a result of the roasting process. Stored in a cool, dry place, […]

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Kenya AA Regional Selection

Region: Central Province Altitude: 1500 – 2000 metres above sea level Soils: Rich Volcanic Grade: AA Process: Washed Varietal: SL28 and SL34 Profile: Notes of toasty cocoa, blueberries and spice. Nippy grapefruit and lime acid. Almond praline to finish. Kenyan coffee is well known for it’s complex berry and fruity notes and intense acidity. Arabica […]

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PNG Keromine AX – Organic

Region: Chimbu Province Altitude: 1500 – 2000 metres above sea level Grade: PSC AX Process Method: Fully Washed Varietal: Aruca, Blue Mountain, Typica & Bourbon Tasting Notes: juicy cup with orange acidity, sugar cane, buscuit, toffee and chocolate notes. Sweet, smooth and clean . Medium body.   PNG Coffee Cup (previously named Tribal Aromas) is […]

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Worldโ€™s Greatest Shave – Friday 15th March from 5.30pm

Sipping Duck will be one of the sponsors for The Worldโ€™s Greatest Shave Public Event at Palm Cove Surf Club on Friday 15th March from 5.30pm โ€“ 7.30pm. Raelene, the Community Supporters Coordinator for the Leukaemia Foundation, based here in Cairns, is organising the event and they have a number of locals that are participating […]

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Coffee BBQ sauce

Get creative and impress at your next BBQ with a simple and different BBQ sauce recipe that features coffee as one of the key ingredients. Use it like any bbq sauce, even for marinating meat or poultry (that’s if you don’t use our Coffee Spice Rub). I have included some substitutes for the not-so-common ingredients […]

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Arabica beans. What does it mean?

Arabica or Robusta Coffee Beans

We always see phrases such as “100% Arabica” or “made from the finest Arabica” on ads and posters, but most people, if asked, wouldn’t know what that means. In simple terms, Arabica and Robusta are just two of the 120+ different species of Coffee – Coffea genus – and they account for 98% of the […]

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