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Brewing Great Coffee at Home is Still One of Life’s Most Economic and Simple Pleasures In recent years, methods for pour over coffee have become popular; but the first step is still buying your coffee. The coffee aisle has become a mosaic of cans, bags, boxes and bins offering a seemingly endless variety. But if Read more
It’s pretty easy to take for granted that everyone doesn’t know what you’re talking about when your audience is composed of so many people all over, from so many areas of your life. One thing I thought about lately, is how still so many people aren’t familiar with “manual brewing.” So, I thought I’d write Read more
Yesterday marked our second Sunday cupping event the subject centering on coffee brewing basics. We discussed proper dosage, grind and extraction. We had a nice turn out of about 30 people, nine of which who traveled from Seattle as part of a coffee club. There were a few familiar faces from the last class, its 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!