Not many outfield players reach 40 and still play at the level Ryan Giggs is still at…
I’ve shared this clip before but some of these moments still make the hair stand up on my neck.
I get the feeling that Giggs will be around United in some capacity for the rest of his days.
And, suddenly everywhere I looked people were tweeting about Workshop Coffee!
So… here’s what they say about Yukro
Aromas of gentle English hops and soft baking spice leads to a plump grape sweetness, a deep, resinous body, and a lengthy, clean finish.
This is right up there with the best coffee I’ve tasted in 2013! The packaging was also wonderful… I am a sucker for good branding! Especially good coffee branding!
I’m curious about the ratio you use with three different brew methods…
Chemex, V60 and Aeropress…
Are we all using the same measurements or do we have any awesome techniques and tips on how we brew an amazing cup?
I’d love to hear your ideas folks…
The Roasting Shed say this
El Carmen Estate is located at 1,300m above sea level in El Salvador’s Apaneca-llamatepec mountain range, one of Central America’s prime specialty coffee producing areas. The red and orange Bourbon cherries are handpicked only when perfectly ripe and de-pulped the same day, the beans are then naturally fermented, washed with pure spring water, and sun-dried on clay patios.
You can buy this coffee here.
This is nice and clean and bright… a great coffee for sure… and, I am a sucker for good branding. I love their logo and their packaging… it’s simplicity!
Neat beans! Have a quick glance through their blog if you want to see a really cool journey from birth to now over the past year. I love seeing these kinds of journeys documented in a blog!
Conservative evangelicals sometimes talk about a war on marriage or a war on orthodox Christianity, but that isn’t the foundational issue as I see it. The problem is that people don’t understand the Bible — and I mean more than just not understanding specific things it says. People don’t understand the overarching story of the Bible itself. Ghandi famously said he liked what he knew of Christ but not what he knew of Christians. But I see an even bigger problem—when people like what they know of Christ but not what they know of Scripture. How can we can know him without confidence in the primary historical document that speaks of him?
Quote by Wendy Alsup from this Review of Nadia Bolz-Weber’s book [which I want to read soon]
From Its not What You Think, a superb new short series of video clips & resources produced in Belfast!