Today we are happy to announce a new offering of El Salvador Siberia Estate. This is a very balanced cup with nutty cinnamon flavor. Read the full review here. We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new Costa Rica and the return of our favorite Sulawesi, which I expect you’re going to enjoy thoroughly!
Archive for February 2011 | Monthly archive page
An interesting thing happens when you roast our very special Kona coffee beans. Although all coffee goes through a stage called “first crack” during the roasting cycle, these Kona beans are pretty emphatic about it. Some beans have a more pronounced crack than others, but Kona takes the coffee cake (sorry) with a crack resembling [...]
Drip coffee is the dominant coffee brewing preparation. This is your standard “coffee pot” method. The drip method dominates due to the simplicity of the design; Pour the water, add grounds, press start, wait five minutes, enjoy. Drip coffee makers produce what we have come to understand as a “standard” cup of coffee. Even at [...]
As you may know, the only place in the United States suitable for coffee farming is Hawaii. You can imagine that these may just be the most relaxed farmers in the country. Hawaii is the only part of the United states that lies within 25 degrees North or South of the equator, between the Tropics [...]
Today we have a video for those interested in how to brew coffee using a French press. There are many ways to brew coffee, but the French press brews the best cup of coffee in my opinion. The steps are as follows: 1. Start with clean bottled or filtered water. 2. Weigh and coarse grind [...]