Wonderful Denise Makes it 12 at Cafeology!
Today, we are celebrating the wonderful Denise’s 12th anniversary of working for Cafeology. Denise joined us on the 4th May 2010 as an admin assis...
Jacob goes back to his roots
My introduction to Cafeology was back in 2014 whilst I was studying at Sheffield Hallam University. In search of a part time job, I applied to work...
My first 2 weeks at Cafeology
Hello, my name is Jacob and my relationship with Cafeology goes back to 2014 when I was studying at Sheffield Hallam University. I worked part time...
John Bowman - My time spent volunteering on the national Vaccination programme
John Bowman's Vaccination Volunteering Experience.
I had the opportunity to volunteer at Wheatbridge Medical Centre to assist with a two day vaccination program designated for the over 80s. It was at very short notice as were the plans for the Health Centre to be used due to the last minute confirmation of availability of the vaccine.
One Year at Cafeology as Coffee Production Specialist
The first year in my new role as a Coffee Production Specialist at Cafeology has certainly been a roller coaster, and certainly not one I had plann...
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Post Lock Down - Part 2 Turning your coffee machine on steam and taps
After Lockdown - Part 1 How to turn on your coffee machine after a long period water and drainage
Life locked down as a coffee lover Part 4
Well where has the last few weeks gone ! In some respects it appears to have flown however thinking of life pre lock down this feels a distant memory as so much has changed and so dramatically.
Time to reflect on my first coffee adventure to Indonesia
It’s been nearly three years since visited Indonesia on my very first Coffee Origin trip. It’s hard to believe it was that long ago, sometimes it f...
Covid-19, Furlough & A Newborn
Its been a funny six weeks for me at work and at home. My wife and I are were expecting our first baby at the end of March, just as the Corona Viru...
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