Delivering Fresh Coffee to Your Doorstep


We’re still roasting fresh coffee every day at our Blythe Hill Roastery and delivering to your doorstep. You can order online at https://mont58coffee.com/ and get 20% off your first order with voucher code LOCALCOFFEE20

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Thanks - I’m so sick of instant coffees and nespresso pods at the moment which are so weak and rubbish. Missing my proper coffees from Ground and Grapes and On the Hoof, so will buy some from you guys. Great to also support a very local business at these times.

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Thanks for the support, would love to deliver you some proper coffee!

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Thank you - just ordered! We’re on our last few spoons of coffee so saw this just at the right time

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Perfect thanks Helen. We’ll deliver to you tomorrow :slight_smile:

We have also just signed up to this - coffee sounds nice. Looking forward to our first brew!

We’ve just received our two bags of beans. Tastes lovely ! In an ode to social distancing, when we got to the door, we couldn’t see you anymore, so formally thanking you here :slight_smile:

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I can confirm- this coffee is absolutely excellent, and the service is just fantastic

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Looking forward to delivering your coffee!

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Really glad you like the taste, thanks for your support!

Thank you Sean!!

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We had ours delivered yesterday - amazing service, can’t wait to get brewing! Thank you!

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Great, let us know how you get on!

Great delivery today - same day delivery at no extra cost! I liked that you left it on the doorstep and sent an SMS also to confirm - very safe distancing :slight_smile:

Interestingly though I see you recommend using the Aeropress inverted (https://mont58coffee.com/coffee-tips/), rather than the ‘official’ method (https://aeropress.com/use-it-now/getting-started/). That’s not something I’d considered before, but I guess it fixes the problem of the water dripping through before it’s bloomed and risking under-extraction!

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Have you seen this? Looks better than the aeropress despite the ludicrous advert.

I saw a review of it by coffee deity James Hoffmann, here it is:

It sounds more fiddly to use (which is bad when you are time poor) and James doesn’t seem to suggest the coffee tastes a whole lot better with the Delter, though notes it’s a different brewing method to the Aeropress.

Do you have one, would you recommend it? Maybe one for my Christmas list…

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No. I did have an aeropress which I occasionally used inverted but I got rid of it. Now I use a v60 99% of the time. It is relatively slow though, but involves no clean up.

After loads of testing and trying, this is the best method for Aeropress brewing we acheived. Let us know if it works for you as well.

I switched to the “inverted” method many years ago and have never gone back!

Coffee arrived just in time for my afternoon cup.
I was a rebel though… even though I’d ordered an appropriate grind for my stovetop, I was curious about the inverted aeropress option so dug it out from the back of the cupboard. An excellent cuppa.
Thanks!

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