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13:49

LifeStyle

An all-in attitude to life and coffee

JENNIE RHODES

Radu Ro?u sips a cup of his own roasted coffee as we sit in the morning sun on the terrace of the small café he runs in Nerja. Radu taught himself how to roast coffee and over the years has perfected his technique. "I am a perfectionist," he ... was through cooking that Radu started to read and teach himself about roasting coffee. After reading up on the subject he started experimenting with his own coffee. He started off by giving his coffee to friends and admits that when the couple moved to ... Spain it was "not with the plan to open a roasters". But in the end his "all-in" attitude to life won over and he opened El Camaradu in Nerja. The café is only open at weekends and by arrangement. When he's not roasting coffee, Radu helps out at a local

16:28

LifeStyle

Discovering Andalucía on two wheels

Ash Bolton

...plenty of cafes to refuel with a coffee and toast with ham and tomatoes. And if you’re feeling particularly strong in the legs and fancy a challenge, you can add cycling up to the castle at Castellar to add a few extra kilometres. Cycling past the ... rest at, where tapas are free with your drinks. The all-important coffee break.A. B. Andalucía in one go But if you’re looking at coming to Andalucía specifically for a cycling holiday, then feast your eyes on the TransAndalus, which makes

13:33

Local

More dates for British Consulate Brexit pop-ups

Rachel Haynes

The British Consulate's Brexit team has announced new dates for its pop-up Q&A events. Upcoming events will take place on Friday 18 October from 11am to 1pm at Coffee Break for Ladies Inland, Restaurante La Parrilla de Pepe, Coín; Wednesday 23

18:11

LifeStyle

The extravagant requests made by stars on their visits to the Costa

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...and after their performance, the hideaway where nobody can see them. That's why they want it to be pleasant and comfortable. Grupo Mundo usually decorates the walls of the Auditorium with fabric, installs a 'coffee corner' with different types of

15:46

Local

A coffee: 0.000135606 Bitcoins

SUR

The Hermanos Madrid bar in the La Roca neighbourhood of Malaga now accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment. The owners, the Madrid brothers, are convinced that it will soon be commonly accepted, and that their bar will have been the first in the provi

11:03

LifeStyle

Moustaches and coffee mornings for a good cause

SUR IN ENGLISH

...giving a birthday present to Roger, raising 670 euros in total. Anyone wishing to hold a similar event in aid of Cudeca Hospice is invited to call Carlos: 663083249. Coffee morning The first edition of the Coffee Mornings at Mamá Carmen Café in

14:10

Opinion

Home to stay

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...but also decent coffee, cheap, tasty sandwiches and proper hot meals. And although the NHS staggers manfully on, GP surgeries exist in virtual reality - getting an appointment with our family doctor is as rare as finding hens' teeth. Other

13:44

LifeStyle

Popular coffee morning now twice a week

sur calahonda

Age Care Calahonda will now have two coffee mornings each week at the International Baptist Church. Currently, the coffee morning is on a Tuesday and the new one will start on Thursday 4th May. It will include a knitting group, whist, an IT ... workshop, a book club, bible Study, an art group, conversational Spanish and chair aerobics. Both days (11am-1pm) start with coffee and cakes. Lesley Berridge the welfare leader can be contacted on 696058954. Age Care Coín’s coffee morning has moved

20:26

LifeStyle

The alchemy of producing the perfect cup of coffee

RAÚL MORENO ORTA Malaga

Coffee consumers in general are not the types to embrace changes in the taste of their daily cup, so roasters put special emphasis on keeping the flavour consistent. Many of these companies also look to reduce costs by using cheaper varieties ... like Robusta which, skilfully blended, have an acceptable flavour for a large number of customers. It is also usual practice to combine naturally roasted coffee with beans roasted with the addition of sugar ('torrefacto'). During the roasting process ... the 'torrefacto' coffee becomes bitter and is suitable for drinking with milk, which is how the majority of coffee drinkers take theirs. These are the reasons why different types of grain are often combined. The blends which are most in demand are