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@ the Coffee Grind

Hi my name is Kirk and I am passionate about coffee, and especially the unique loveliness of Vietnamese coffee! It must be over ten years since I first visited the amazing country of Vietnam, fast forward to now I am proud to bring this amazing product to the UK. 

We are now based in Deepest Dorset, in the lovely little Georgian town of Blandford Forum. Surrounded by fields, a brewery (every town should have one!) and lots of great walks. Its here where we send off the finest blends to locations all over the UK and abroad.

We also regularly attend the various markets and fayre's hosted in the town and county, what other Coffee company can boast about sponsoring the national town crier competition!

I hope you enjoy looking around the site and if you decide to buy, sit back, relax and wait for a little taste of Vietnam to be delivered straight to your door

Best wishes

 

Kirk

Owner

The Coffee Ring Co

No this isn't Dorset...

No this isn't Dorset...

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First Blend

Perched on a minuscule plastic chair at a roadside cafe 25 miles out of Saigon was to be our first taste of Vietnamese Coffee and was love at first taste.                                                                             


The thick rich flavour of the coffee balanced with the creamy sweetness of the condensed milk served in a ice filled glass was the perfect remedy to the hot, dusty and at times crazy Vietnamese traffic. 


For the next 6 months not a day went by that we didn't indulge in the new obsession of Vietnamese Coffee.

 

Tiny  plastic chairs obligatory Vietnamese cafe furniture

Tiny  plastic chairs obligatory Vietnamese cafe furniture

 

Arriving in Vietnam it seemed like a different world. A hustling and bustling Saigon, the air packed with the incredible smell of S.E Asian cooking to a soundtrack of what seemed a million moto's


It was the beginning of a 6 month journey spanning this incredible country, its diversity matched only by that of its coffee. It ignited a passion for bringing the finest of that coffee to UK.

 

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