Hello,I'm a coffee fanatic. I don't drink much but it has to be done right. does anyone have a place to recommend for getting roasted coffee beans? ( not ground coffee). Ideally a place in Limassol, or an online retailer with a good selection to choose from. Also, does anyone have any idea how to get unroasted coffee in Cyprus? Id love to try roasting my own.
Does anyone have problems with very tiny bugs in their baking flour.The last two packets of flour I went to use had loads of very tiny bugs in them, this was after they had been opened and stored in an airtight container for a few weeks after I had initially opened them. Obviously I threw them out but just wondered if anyone else was having this problem. It seems to be only plain flour but this happened with two different brands of flour.
Hi. Readers, I have just found a company in limassol selling back bacon from the Bacon Factory company based in the north of the uk. They sell retail packs and large wholesale packs. Retail packs are sold as a box of 20 packs. Wholesale packs are sold as 4 packs with a total weight value of around 2.9 kilos. For prices you will need to call the company. They do not deliver except where the order is of a certain price. Their name if i have it correct is Alfa Sophocleous. ( sorry no phone number ). They also have a wide range of uk frozen products. ( jackson frozen breads, uk sasauges, roberts yorkshire puddings, and others. To repeat they sell by the case not loose. Hope this was helpfull,
Lovely place ran by lovelly people, they brew some great real ales and larger and their latest product is cider, the only place on cyprus brewing cider, they have a little bar on site called bar tat, and a shop. They also serve freshly prepared lunches daily. You can go on the brewery tour. Just on the road to polis tsada ,great day out give it a go we all need to support small businesses abroad
Thought I should share this with anyone who enjoys their wines. I found a small, only produces around 12,000 bottles a year, winery in Amargeti. Hidden away in a secluded garden I was treated to some of the finest wine I have tasted so far on the wine route. The Eleonoras winery, owned by the most gracious Chris, is lovely. Chris speaks perfect English and does all of the work himself. I loved being shown around, sitting in the dappled sunlight, fish ponds tinkling and drinking his fine Mattaro - Maratheftiko Red. Tastings are by appointment only at the moment but I do have the phone number for any one interested. This winery is well worth the visit.