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What is your position in the coffee industry?
barista, barista trainer, coffee roaster
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
Masterton, New Zealand
How many years have you been in the industry?
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About Me:
Director, Chief Roaster and Educator
About My Company:
Roasters of the freshest, Fair Trade, organic single origins we can find! Coffee Without Compromise!
What is your favorite thing about the coffee industry?
The camaraderie & "passion-sharing"!

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At 6:43pm on July 22, 2009, Paul Willmott-Dalton said…
lots of renovation in preparation for new arrival in early oct. House repiled last week. Some floor/wall linings and subfloor i'll replace this weekend. Machines in workshop are buried behind timber somewhere. Busy busy.
At 6:26pm on July 22, 2009, Paul Willmott-Dalton said…
cheers mate. Have you turned on the french beastie yet?
At 6:20pm on February 22, 2009, Alun Evans said…
Arrive Auckland Friday Lunchtime, will probably drive down to Wellington on the following Thursday. The Folks are up the coast in Raumati, so will be staying there. Could meet you in Wellington if you have time, or if we decide to come down the east coast could meet you in the Wairarapa...which would be cool.
At 2:27am on February 22, 2009, Alun Evans said…
How about some photos? I have plenty of Bandung's Historical Centre..I will get some blown up and framed.Your dad would be amazed at seeing how things have changed...but are very mch the same!
At 9:57pm on January 10, 2009, Alun Evans said…
Hey Eddie, happy new year! I have posted some Bandung pictures on my page. Feel free to have a look.
At 5:01am on October 31, 2008, Alun Evans said…
Hey Eddie, lived here now 10 years- Bandung is just down the road, I visit there often. Its a nice town, the Dutch chose the spot well. I have not been to the Wairarapa for a while now. Its due for a visit next time I am back. Regarding Indonesian coffee- check my website out. Would be great to talk more- let me know I can give you a call using Skype.
At 10:08pm on October 30, 2008, Hans Pronk said…
I find that at 2-3 days the gases of the coffee are still evident and affect the sharpness immensely. At 8 days there is a more nicely rounded cup profile and the characteristics of the coffee are heightened, as the gases don’t blend into the true intended flavour. Although we do try to serve our coffee at the 8 day mark – we are more than happy to prepare it so it reaches the customers on day 2 or 3. All up to personal preference I think. Check out jimseven.com at some point. The latest posts details this point a little further.
At 9:13pm on October 29, 2008, Alun Evans said…
Gidday Eddie, like to say welcome to you! My grandparents used to live in Masterton, Landsdowne way, so spent a bit of time over there when I was young. Is your Company in the town itself?

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