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Thursday, March 08, 2012

Buy Nicaraguan Maragogype Coffee Online

Nicaraguan Maragogype (also spelt maragogipe, marogajipe, marogojype, or marogagype). This coffee comes from the region around Matagalpa in central Nicaraguan.

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Thursday, March 08, 2012

Buy Colombia Supremo ‘Popayan’ Coffee Online

Colombian Supremo ‘Popayan’ grows in the acclaimed Cauca (market name Popayan) region. The coffee producing areas of the Cauca are lush with rainfall, cloud cover and soil conditions, ideal for coffee cultivation. Dense clouds form from the Pacific and release heavy rainfall over the Cauca valley that averages 80 inches yearly. A cool mountainous climate prolongs the development of the Popayan’s coffee cherry which deepens the berry flavour absorbed by its seed, or coffee bean. This flavour is accentuated during the fermentation stage when the defruited bean is processed.  Read More

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Buy Indian Monsoon Malabar Coffee

Fans of the velvety body and spicy flavours of the unique Indian Monsoon Malabar will be excited to hear that we now have these highly sought after beans in stock! A fresh batch has just been roasted and ready for drinking.  Read More

Monday, February 27, 2012

Coffee Books Available Now from Witham's Coffee

Witham's Coffee now stocks a selection of coffee books. Some of the titles include the essential resource for all barista's, Barista Techniques by John Doyle valued at $49.50,  The Professional Barista's Handbook by Scott Rao valued at $70.00 which is an extremely informative text on preparing espresso coffee and the coffee book collectors must-have, Coffee Floats Tea Sinks, by Ian Bersten. Read More

Thursday, February 23, 2012

We now have wi-fi in our Café/Showroom!

Customers can obtain daily password when they purchase a coffee. Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Green Coffee is coffee that is as yet, unroasted.

Green coffee is coffee that is as yet, unroasted. The ripe cherries from the coffee tree are picked and then processed using either the wet or dry method and then milled. Inside the cherry are two coffee beans. The beans are not roasted at that stage because that process is usually left to the local coffee roaster or end consumer. The coffee beans stay fresher much longer in an unroasted state and, therefore, this is the way that coffee is traded and transported across the globe. Once coffee has been roasted, the coffee will begin to stale very quickly. The roasting process releases the precious coffee oils from the bean, which is what gives coffee its flavour and aroma.  Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Shade Grown Coffee - With habitat destruction ravaging equatorial rainforests ...

With habitat destruction ravaging equatorial rainforests, intelligent coffee producers are now planning for a sustainable future by planting coffee trees under an indigenous forest canopy cover. This provides natural habitat and food for local wildlife, as well as a vital haven for migratory birds. Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Organic Certified - Organic coffee is grown without the use of synthetic chemicals or pesticides

Organic coffee is grown without the use of synthetic chemicals or pesticides. Coffee labelled as organic must be certified in the country or origin and, effective 2002, roasters selling organic coffee must also be certified under the USDA National Organic Program, which has strict processing and labelling guidelines. Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Fairtrade Certified - Fair Trade coffees have been certified by TransFair USA

Fair Trade coffees have been certified by TransFair USA in the US and by the Fairtrade Labelling Organization International (FLO) at origin. TransFair's rigorous audit system tracks products from farm to market, verifying industry and farmer compliance with Fair Trade Criteria. Read More

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Now that the warmer months are ahead of us why not try a refreshing Iced Coffee

Take ¼ cup of Witham’s freshly brewed coffee, let it cool, add sugar, and cold milk then throw some ice cubes on top for a freshing drink. Or for a special treat, use a large spoonful of vanilla ice-cream on top.  Read More

Friday, December 09, 2011

Witham's Christmas Closure

To All Witham's Coffee Addicts, Read More

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Grab a Coffee at Little A's

Visit Luke at "Little Athletics" every Saturday at Foxglove Oval, Mt Colah for your hit of freshly roasted Witham's Coffee. Luke will be serving coffee to all of those dedicated Little A's parents for the whole of the season. Enjoy!! Read More

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