Archive for May, 2011
Flower blossoms, trees in bloom, sunny days, the return of migratory birds and new crop coffees all begin to awaken us from our Winter repose. Spring is one of my favorite times of the year because the new crop coffees begin to wander in. The intense fresh aroma of the green beans tantalize your senses creating Read more
This week’s cupping featured the Tanzania Kanyovu AA that we will start offering Monday, May 9th. Along with the usual production cupping samples, we brewed this fine coffee using seven different brewing methods to see how it performs. So how did it do? The Chemex and Clever dripper really stood out as the popular choices. Read more
Coffee enthusiasts should be getting the most out of their beans, and successfully be able to brew a fantastic cup of coffee using multiple methods.
Join us for the next Public Sunday Cupping, where we will simpify the perfect cup!
learn a little about our newest roaster, Emily, and her journey of developing her “roasty senses”.
The second day started off with two years of research regarding the “thin months” in Nicaragua when 85% of coffee farmers experience difficulty putting food on the table.
Looking for a great coffee experience while visiting Olympia. The Seattle Weekly shares their opinion on best spots for espresso fans.