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PODCAST1 - The Live Hub with Rushka & Mr Bitcoin/BitcoinCash Africa, Lorien Gamaroff

PODCAST1 - The Live Hub with Rushka & Mr Bitcoin/BitcoinCash Africa, Lorien Gamaroff

Honored to be interviewing who is known as Mr Bitcoin Africa, Lorien Gamaroff at our first ever Live Hub Broadcast. 

Here on The Live Hub With Rushka broadcast at the Launch of our Live Hub.

In Port Elizabeth South Africa - powered by Our Death by Coffee.

YES we accept Bitcoin Cash as payment and YES we gave some away at the launch.

 

Finding the perfect branding - it helps to have a teen who is an artist

One must always have a teen who is an artist. Infact the more children and family members with collective and diverse talents and skills the better.

Yes the art was done by our 17 year old who hit the nail on the head with the images. We love them to bits. (Had to tone her down a bit because at some point she wanted to make scary skeletons, too scary, so scary that the thought of drinking from a bag with an image of them on would be ............ scary) HAHAHAA

Finding the font was fun and asking our friends on social media to chip in with wording and ideas for "their" coffee, even better.

So yesterday we printed the stickers with different colours and sizes

 

Stuck them on (Neil's words playing around in my head, "Stickers must be perfectly straight", don't take out your rulers people, please, (We'll make sure that Neil gets the straightest one, hehe) and played around with our bag sealing machine. Our 10 year old has that part organized. 

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Look and smell delicious. What do you think? 

 

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As soon as we have our coffee blended and roasted to perfection.. we are good to go.

Have some absolutely delicious ones ready and waiting. Tested some on friends who said that they had died and gone to heaven. Very fitting for Death By Coffee. 

Whoop !

yours in the love of coffee and supporting local pesticide free farms

Rushka

 

Cold brew experiment time

So daddy tells preteen that there is such a thing as cold brew coffee. Yes, brainstorming a zillion different ways to use and drink coffee is most exciting and a hot topic at home at the moment.

He proceeds to describe the method used. Slow drip over 24 hours bllaaa dee blaa.. 

I leave these two chatting, only to return to find the kitchen table and light fitting turned into an experimental cold brew coffee contraption. 

A bottle, filled with water, tied to the light with some wool, dripping all over the table, (a small fraction met its target, which was noted because of the applause and festive sounds).

Through a filter filter cup balancing precariously on a glass bottle.

 With much practice and placing and water, she managed to create her cold brew. I just left her because it looked as though she was having too much fun, all the while thinking, honestly, what difference does drip filtering make!

Today we tried some and were pleasantly surprised. It's actually quite yum. (More research and playing with this method, added to the long list)

Cold brew - yip - Something to consider making for people to try. Tying it with wool to the light fittings and skidding on water all over the kitchen will NOT be the way that we do it in the future. (We'll use the bird bath instead) - hehe

yours in messing with and loving coffee

Rushka