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We are now on a well earned Winter Break, details
at Deepmills.co.uk We are re-charging our energy,
giving our roastery a make over, and looking
forward to some new exciting coffees!
We thank-you all for your support, kind words
and appreciation of our coffee roasting.
As we head into out 8th year of roasting we look
forward to serving you in 2017.
The Deepmills Team
A very Happy New Year in 2017 to all our
customers, old and new!
We are looking forward to keeping you
caffeinated in 2017.
May the next year be awesome for you all!
Come and find us Sunday 22nd November 2015 at the
Wantisden Valley Christmas Gift Fayre from 10am
to 4pm, adults £3 – 00 and children under 12 free.
Over 70 stands selling seasonal gifts food and drink.
We will be selling our coffees, (Christmas Blend 2015)
handcrafted chocolate bars, hot chocolate and teas.
Our chocolatier will be on hand to answer your
questions, so come and find us!
Find us again this year from Sat 14th November 2015 at the
Wonderful National Trust Sutton Christmas Gift Fair.
Times are 10am to 4.30pm Adults entry £3 – 00.
The Fair runs on both Saturday and Sunday.
We will have our popular fresh local roasted coffee, which we
can grind for you, and featuring our Christmas Blend 2015.
We will also be selling our hand crafted chocolate bars,
Hot chocolate and teas. Find us in the squash court!
We will also be back at both Rickinghall farmers market
and Woodbridge farmers’ market on Saturday 14th
November 9am to 12.30pm
Deepmills is back at Woodbridge Farmers’ market on Saturday,
with new label tea bags. We will have our freshly roasted coffees
on sale as well as our tasty hand crafted chocolate bars.
Drop in an see us – entry FREE.
At the same time we will be at Richinghall, with our
coffee Club, come and say hello!
Find us this weekend with lots of fresh small batch craft-roasted coffees!
Come and ask us any of your questions about coffee,tea or chocolate,
and we’ll do the best to answer all your questions.
On Saturday we are back at Woodbridge farmer’s market and on the
boarder with Norfolk we will be at Rickinghall farmers’ market (North Suffolk).
Every year we freshen up our chocolate bars with new flavours
to explore. Selling already in outlets and our markets, we have
a white Orange chocolate bar with cinnamon, milk chocolate
bar with toasted hazelnut. For those out there who like there
darker chocolate we have 70%+ with peppermint and a bar
with sour cherries!
The bane of the life of a ‘coffee roaster’ is explaining the difference
between dark roast coffee and strong coffee. Darker coffee roasted to
a higher temperature, does not mean a stronger coffee in fact it is often
the reverse! As the coffee bean is taken to a higher temperature the
essential oils are driven off which also includes the caffeine content!
Stronger coffee is achieved by the wetted surface of the bean i.e.
a finer ground coffee will produce a stronger coffee. This is
taken to the ultimate with very fine ground Turkish coffee!
A general rule of thumb is more coffee used makes stronger
coffee – it’s that simple
A taste for higher roasted coffee should only be a matter of taste
and not strength!
The roaster produces an Dark profile coffee as an after dinner
coffee, to be drunk in the evening, this will generally have
less caffeine in and can be enjoyed at this time of day!
High Caffeine coffees that are ‘Arabica’ would be medium
roasted to preserve the caffeine content, possibly made
as a slow drip coffee!
One note of caution Lowland coffee ‘Robusta’ has more
caffeine than High grown ‘Arabica’
Jonathan – Coffee roaster
We have some new coffee arrivals, among them a Papua New
Guinea ‘Kenta’ a sigi ‘style’ coffee, expect fruity and chocolate
notes in abundance!
We also have a range of new blends to suit the moods at certain
times of day. We have a new Breakfast coffee called ‘Morning All!’
a smooth round coffee to bring you alive to the day!
An all day drinking coffee called ‘Sit and Talk!’ which offers a deeper cup
with good body, and can be used in various styles of coffee making.
Finally we have an after dinner coffee called ‘Black Tie!’ which is full
of deep Sumartran flavours to bring the evening to a satifiying