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Joy of Coffee (Dublin)

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25 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.Tel:+353-(0)1-679-3393

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      11.07.2000 22:00
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      I'm sitting here, drinking a delicious cup of Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday coffee right now, and it's only Tuesday afternoon. A medium roast coffee for all Coffee Makers: Cafetieres, filters, perculators, expresso machines, and my favourite stainless steel Italian jobby with the screw on top, and it's gorgeous made in any method. Mild, as you'd want on a lazy Sunday, yet full of flavour and not the bitter taste that some ground coffees can have. I use a Cafetiere for every day, and have several different sizes, though I can make a full size pot and drink it all myself. Taylors of Harrogate make a full range of blends: Classic, Italian, Decaffe, Dinner Party, Hot Lave Java (my least favourite, made me hyper with the strength of the caffeine) It cost £2.35 for 227g which compares well against the usual £2.99. Heat your Cafetiere first with hot water, and do make sure the water is off the boil before adding to the coffee. Once opened, then seal and keep the coffee in the fridge for up to two weeks. Mine could never possibly last that long, so I wouldn't know if it works or not. A lovely mild, yet flavoursome coffee, with a great name too....Lazy Sunday.


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