Noob Coffee Roaster
I love my freshly made coffee every morning, which I brew with ground Thai beans, in this case from a roaster in a neighbouring province to us called Loei.
This is a bit of a cheat post because I haven’t visited this coffee heaven yet, but I have a Facebook friend who has and have now ordered beans from them so we have a sort of connection already. It is so rare to find an enthusiast and cafe of this quality in Isan that I thought Noob Coffee was worth adding to my list of places to consider when in the area. I will make it to Loei to see this place, as it brings a little bit of Chiang Mai to a generally pretty bleak coffee landscape in my part of Isan.
There are a few photos in this collection of ‘borrowed’ images taken by one of Isan’s best photographers, an English guy called Steve Coupland. If you use Facebook then Steve’s FB page Steve Coupland Photography is well worth a visit HERE
The cherries starting to ripen.
The ‘seeds’, the green beans before roasting.
The time taken to roast the beans is what determines the darkness and strength.
Noob have a top quality small roaster. Decent money has been invested here.
A variety of bean sources. I will have to find out if they focus on local product.
A mobile service available too.
If you enjoy freshly roasted beans then Noob will organise at 500 baht a kilo with, in our case, 75 baht postage. Ordered one day, recieved the next.
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