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A coffee blend roasted by the Coffee Bean Roasting House in Dubbo has been awarded a bronze medal in the 2014 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show. Sydney Royal medals are awarded by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW to recognise and promote excellence, and the specialist Supreme blend took out the medal in the Cappuccino Blend of Single Origin category.
Derek Sykes, from The Coffee Bean Roasting House, said they were thrilled to receive the award for the Supreme coffee blend. “We think it is a great tasting coffee but it is nice to be recognised at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show by judges that really know good coffee,” he said.
The Supreme is just one of many specialist coffee types roasted by the Coffee Bean Roasting House at their premises at 2 Young Street, in Dubbo. Supreme is a favourite for many coffee connoisseurs and is available as roasted beans, ground beans, for coffee plungers, pods and in capsules compatible with Nespresso coffee machines.
Mr Sykes said the 2014 award is one of many their coffee has received over several years and, in the past, the Supreme blend has achieved the highest honour in being named the Australian Champion Coffee at the Royal Sydney Fine Food Show. He said the volume of awards demonstrates their commitment to quality and consistency in ensuring their products are always presented at a very high level.
“The Coffee Bean Roasting House roasts only the highest quality beans available,” Mr Sykes said. “Our specialty coffee beans are sourced from premium quality producers from around the world.”
Coffee beans sourced and roasted by the Coffee Bean Roasting House are classified in the top ten per cent of global production for quality and are selected for flavor, aroma and bean size. Mr Sykes said the Coffee Bean Roasting House’s unique range of coffee also includes; Rainforest Alliance coffee, Organic coffee and Swiss Water Decaffeinated coffee. “The beans are hot air roasted in the pristine, clean country air to optimum colour extracting the individual, delicate flavours of the various coffee beans from around the world for the ultimate coffee drinking experience,” he said.
Specialty coffee green beans are roasted daily on site and packed within an hour using the latest technology and equipment to achieve fresh, high quality products. As well as the award winning Supreme coffee, the Coffee Bean Roasting House also produces a range of other flavours to suit individual tastes. “The Coffee Bean Roasting House supplies many coffee shops throughout regional NSW and in other areas in Australia as well as directly to home coffee enthusiasts and work places,” Mr Sykes said.
For more information visit the website coffeebean.com.au or drop into the roasting house premises at 2 Young Street, Dubbo.
The Coffee Bean Roasting House is a boutique, “specialty coffee” roaster situated in regional NSW. Buy coffee online or direct from The Coffee Bean Roasting House in Tamworth or Dubbo.
Award Winning Awards include “Australian Champion Coffee” from the “Royal Sydney Fine Food Show”. The Coffee Bean Roasting House has won 8 awards for its coffee in just 11 years in 3 separate Coffee Competitions – that’s CONSISTENCY and clearly demonstrates our commitment to QUALITY.
Specialty Coffee Beans The Coffee Bean Roasting House roasts only highest quality beans available. Our specialty coffee beans are sourced from premium quality producers from around the world. “Specialty Grade” coffee beans are the top 10% of world production and are selected for flavour, aroma and bean size.
“Specialty Blends” or “Single Origin”. Coffee Bean Roasting House’s unique range of coffee also includes; Rainforest Alliance coffee, Organic coffee and Swiss Water Decaf coffee.
Hot Air Roasted in the pristine clean country air to optimum colour extracting the individual delicate flavours of the various coffee beans from around the world for the ultimate coffee drinking experience.
Freshness Guaranteed as our “Specialty Coffee” green beans are roasted daily and packed within an hour of roasting using the latest technology and equipment ensuring the freshest, highest quality product available ready for your absolute enjoyment.
The Coffee Bean Roasting House supplies many coffee shops throughout regional N.S.W and in other areas in Australia as well as directly to home coffee enthusiasts and work places.
Gourmet, Flavoured Coffee The Coffee Bean Roasting House also prepares naturally flavoured coffee on demand in many different delicious flavours.
Premium Fine Loose Leaf Tea; a quality range of fine loose leaf tea including English, Irish black tea, organic Green and White tea, and others along with our simple, user-friendly patented paperless filter brewing system ensuring the finest drinking tea available.
*Compatible Pods* containing freshly roasted “Specialty Beans” suitable for 5g Delongi coffee machines in your home or office are now available. We also supply ESE Pods (Rice Paper).
The Coffee Bean Roasting House was established in 1994 in Tamworth and started roasting in Dubbo in 2012.
To support people’s experience of a consistently good cup of coffee we:-
• Provide support in the maintenance and cleaning of coffee equipment
• Run sessions on skills development for operators
• Conduct “Roaster Door Experience” sessions for groups by appointment
• Offer courses for home brewers
While we know our customers love our coffee a few years ago we decided to enter our blends in
some of Australia’s most prestigious fine food shows.
We are happy to report we did very well at these events and even took out the Champion Australian
Coffee title at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show.
It’s good to know others think as highly of our coffee as our customers do.
Home and Workplace Brewers
With the increasing availability of quality domestic and workplace espresso machines, there is an
increasing demand for access to good coffee to brew at home and at the workplace.
Brewing methods may vary and may be the plunger method; the filter method; the stove top
espresso or an espresso machine. The body (mouth feel) of the coffee will vary depending on the
brewing method. Generally coffee brewed in the plunger method will have a ‘thin’ body while the
same coffee brewed in the espresso method will have more body.
Our advice is:-
• buy small amounts of coffee frequently so you are always assured of its freshness.
• buy your coffee ground by us (our grinder is always sharp) unless you have a good quality grinder and regularly sharpen or replace the blades.
• once a pack of coffee is opened it should be kept in an airtight container. Store the container in a dark cupboard, fridge or freezer depending on the time it may take to consume.
• if the coffee is stored in the fridge or freezer allow it to come to room temperature before brewing.
• buy flavoured coffees ground by us – using your grinder has the potential to contaminate the next coffee you grind.
|Coffee made with Milk||The fat in milk masks the flavour of coffee. If you enjoy drinking Cappuccino/Latte/Flat White, you may require a stronger coffee to appreciate the coffee flavour.|
|Single Origin Coffees||Tend to be more delicate than blended coffees|
|Lightly Roasted Coffees||Tend to be more acidic than darkly roasted coffees|
|Caramel Coffee||Is a very darkly roasted blend of coffees and is mostly used to mix with coffees to enhance flavour|
|Flavour versus Strength||Flavour is the taste on your tongue Strength is the amount of coffee used and may enhance the flavour|
To ensure you consistently brew a good cup of coffee there are some important points to
|You require a good GRINDER||It is important to keep the blades sharp, to ensure the grind is even, so the coffee extraction is consistent|
|You require a good CLEAN MACHINE||Espresso machines particularly need regular cleaning with specific products (see Shopping Cart). A build up of coffee oils will taint the coffee causing bitterness|
|You require good SKILLS||Practice will make perfect. Contact us to join in a class|
|You require good FRESH COFFEE preferablyground as you use it||CBRH coffee is packed within an hour of it being roasted, using state of the art technology, which maintains freshness|
|You require good WATER preferably spring water or filtered||Tainted water will alter the taste of coffee|