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SHIPPING AND DELIVERY


NEW ZEALAND.

C4 Coffee use Courier Post to deliver our orders within New Zealand. They deliver to residential and commercial addresses, as well as most rural addresses.

All of our parcels are trackable and you should receive (check your spam box) an automated email with a tracking number once the package is ready for distribution from our warehouse.

Please note packages with a value greater then $50 (excluding shipping), will require a signature. We suggest you get your order delivered to a business address where you are confident someone will be able to sign for it.

We ship daily, Monday through Friday and most orders are shipped the same day if we receive your order by 12pm. If your order is placed on a Friday, all going well it will turn up on the next business day, being Monday, however this does depend on your location.

Please note we have a 20kg (Coffee) maximum for online orders.


INTERNATIONAL.

Currently we send to Australia, USA, Canada and the UK via NZ Post. We have chosen two scales of service, economy which is expected to take - 3 - 10 working days and courier, 2 - 6 working days. The courier service is trackable and a signature is required, so do your best with getting it sent to somewhere where you will be, most likely work!

We ship daily, Monday through Friday and most orders are shipped the same day if we receive your order by 12pm NZST.


Please note we have a 5kg (Coffee) maximum for online orders.

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C4 Coffee HQ

Welcome to the C4 Coffee website. We supply the best blends and single origins to inspire people to join us in the quest for espresso perfection. C4 is a specialist local coffee roasting company. Our focus is on the supply of quality coffee, roasted daily, backed up with awesome service, training and the best equipment. We select, source and serve the highest grade green beans. No compromises. Great care is taken to roast each origin to its optimum to get the best out of each single origin batch or blend. We are happy to show you the roasting process, talk coffee and demonstrate the equipment we sell. We have an unparalleled range of accessories for both domestic and commercial use! Come check us out at 278 Tuam Street, Monday through Friday 8am-5pm & Sat 9am-3pm. Please note that the coffee machine is closed for cleaning from 4.30pm. For our wholesale customers, whether thinking of a change or setting up a new cafe, we can provide assistance. Our invaluable knowledge of the cafe industry and our passion for the very highest of standards and service will help your business life run smoothly. For our home customers we offer a nationwide mail order service by email phone, fax or via this website. If you want to share in our day to day life then follow us on Facebook, or Twitter, but best to jump on Instagram!

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The C4 Guide To Aeropress

 

Aeropress is a unique but wonderful contraption. It's sort of a French Press (Plunger), but also sort of a take on an espresso machine in that you have to push the water through the coffee via a paper filter. 

They are light, durable, and make a great cup when used correctly so are very popular with coffee professionals and seasoned travellers alike. 
Team it with a Porlex mini hand grinder (which conveniently fits inside the Aeropress) and you'll have fresh coffee wherever you go.
Here's a simple breakdown of how to use one to extract a commendable cup with this captivating creation! We recommend the inverted method and explain this approach below, but your instructions will refer to a traditional method - experiment away of course.
OUR RECIPE
16 grams of medium grind coffee (between plunger and espresso)
200ml of water boiled but then left to cool slightly (technically approx. 97 degrees)
THE STEPS
1. Place Aeropress paper filter into the basket and flush with water to rinse the paper so it does not taint the flavour of your brew.
2. Attach the plunger/ piston into the brewer and stretch to full length. Invert the Aeropress and ideally place on scales.
3. Add 16 grams of ground coffee to Aeropress.
4. Pour approximately 80ml of water on coffee. Ensure you saturate all the grinds and stir three times.
5. Allow to sit for 30 seconds before adding the rest of the water. This lets the coffee "bloom".
6. Once all water is added carefully attach the filter basket. Let the coffee steep for another 60 seconds (1:30 so far).
7. Turn Aeropress right side up over a cup or server.
8. Slowly push plunger down, pushing the water through the filter. We recommend you leave some liquid in the Aeropress which results in a cleaner flavour. This should take approximately 30 seconds 
Total brew time: 2:00
Serves 1. 
Enjoy!
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