Try Grower's Cup For Yourself At The Etape Caledoniaadded May/2012, see all Grower's Cup news & reviews
announcement by Grower's Cup
Friday 11th – Sunday 13th May 2012
Sample Grower's Cup at Escape Route Bike and Outdoor Shop in Pitlochry (www.escape-route.co.uk).
Grower's Cup is a durable lightweight bag filled with some of the world's best coffee, specially sealed to retain freshness. Each bag of Grower's Cup provides three cups of delicious, freshly ground, Fair Trade coffee. Rosker's Ross Bainbridge (pictured below) will be brewing at the Etape, as well as answering any Grower's Cup / Primus related questions. Made using water boiled on a Primus stove, Grower's Cup coffee will be available in exchange for a donation to the event charity, Marie Curie Cancer Care, so you can enjoy your organic cuppa knowing you are not the only person benefitting.
To prepare Grower's Cup all you need to do is open the bag, pour in half a litre of hot water, brew for five-eight minutes and enjoy. The unique brewing system preserves the coffee's natural oils, enhancing the coffee's delicate flavours and finer aromas that can only be achieved by using a French press. However, unlike the French Press, on pouring the first one-and-a-half cups the brewing process stops so the remaining coffee won't go bitter. In short, you can't brew a better coffee in a more convenient way.
Grower's Cup baristas have carefully selected an exclusive range of the finest coffees from around the world. All coffees are single estate or from named cooperatives. The berries are hand-picked and hand-sorted and then slow-roasted by Grower's Cup in small portions on their Micro-roastery, which enhances the coffees' unique character.
At £2.50 and super lightweight, this little pouch of delicious fresh coffee will become an essential part of many outdoor enthusiast's packing list.
Stockist info: Rosker Ltd 023 9252 8711 / email@example.com
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