March 2015: exhibition from the Patrick Corrigan collection at Tweed Regional Art Gallery
Cyclone Marcia spared our farm, but brought some good rains, so we had time to visit the Tweed
the recreation of Margaret Olley’s premises but also for the views it offers and as you can see the Tweed
River was still flooded.
But as mentioned in the headline, I would like to focus also your interest on the current exhibition from the
but not to a broader public and I was quite astonished when I read his life story on Wikipedia.
The title of the exhibition is “The art of giving” and when you have read his biography you will certainly
agree with me, that this man has perfected this art.
First of course because our coffee grows organically, so no worries about nasty chemicals, herbicides or
pesticides. Secondly because of the chlorogenic acid content, which not only affects the flavour and
quality of your cup of coffee, but also how much antioxidants you get which help to keep you healthy. A
study from Southern Cross University in Lismore just confirmed, that the subtropical coffee which is
grown in this area, has the same amount of chlorogenic acid as overseas coffee, but 20 - 25 % less
caffeine. So no need to worry about too much caffeine, you can enjoy your cup without regret.