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Brazilian coffee farmers have swapped South America for southern Scotland to share their agricultural experiences with the owner of a dairy herd. Gabriel Lancha Oliveira and his wife Flavia travelled to Dumfries & Galloway to meet up with Mark Callender (one of the directors of Cows & Co) who runs Crofthead Farm at Crocketford. Mr […]
Carlisle coffee roaster John Watt & Son has picked the winner of its Christmas colouring competition for adults run in partnership with the Cumberland News. Owners Peter and Carol Johnston ranked Susanna Rawes’ effort as the top entry. Susanna, who lives in Cumwhinton, has now scooped a year’s supply of coffee as a reward for […]
Coffee beans are actually green, soft and spongy seeds in their raw form. It takes the roasting process to unlock their delicious taste, and turn them into the brown, fragrant beans we all know and love. Coffee roasts are categorised according to their colour: light, medium and dark. The colour is only half the story, […]
THE new branch of Carlisle’s oldest coffee roaster has been awarded Fairtrade status. John Watt & Son expanded out of its Bank Street base this summer to meet growing demand for its coffee by opening a second store in nearby Blackfriars Street. The move is part of plans by owners Peter and Carol Johnston to […]
If coffee is one thing you absolutely cannot live without, if you love nothing more than the smell of freshly roasted beans, if the thought of that first cup of the day is what gets you out of bed – then the JW Coffee Club is for you. Set up by coffee lovers, for coffee […]
Meeting up for coffee and cake took on another dimension for members of the Penrith Rural Women’s Network when the group visited the newly opened John Watt & Son’s coffee shop at Blackfriars, Carlisle. Members were keen to meet Lola – the new roasting machine installed this summer to cope with the increase in demand […]
Meeting up for coffee and cake took on another dimension for members of the Penrith Rural Women’s Network when the group visited the newly opened John Watt & Son’s coffee shop at Blackfriars in Carlisle. Members were keen to meet Lola – the new roasting machine installed this summer to cope with the increase in demand already experienced and to give them capacity for growth.
Carlisle coffee roasters John Watt & Son are supporting military veterans with a special new blend. From 11 October the Bank Street-based business is selling a coffee in aid of The Royal British Legion. The medium to light roast ‘Veterans Blend’ will be available for one month only and 10 per cent of all sales […]
Want to mark a special occasion with something unique, inspire your team or simply try something new?
We here at John Watt and Son are offering you the chance to roast your own coffee at our Blackfriars branch in Carlisle.