Posts Tagged ‘event’

The Importance of Grind

Have you ever wondered if your coffee grinder is doing its job? Are you curious about the impact that grind size has on your cup of coffee? Please join us this Sunday, as we experiment with different grinders and grind sizes – to demonstrate the significant impact that they have on the deliciousness of your Read more

Processing Methods & Plant Cultivars

Nicaragua – Mierisch Family                 Our Green Coffee Buyer Bob Benck, takes us on a journey to Nicaragua – where we will explore different Cultivars and the effects of varying Processing Methods. Our friends and longtime partners, the Mierisch Family, have put great effort into experimenting with both Read more

All about Espresso

At this month’s Sunday Cupping, we will learn about Espresso! Join us, as we take you “behind the coffee bar” and demystify this incredibly popular brewing method. We will shed some light on how espresso is prepared and how to best enjoy it. What is Espresso? How is it made? What should it taste like? Read more

Fresh Brewed Iced Coffee

For this month’s public cupping, we will show you how to make freshly brewed iced coffee, using a variety of brew methods. You may recall our fun iced coffee cupping from last year. Well, it is about that time again, when we all want to enjoy our favorite beverages on the “rocks”! With warmer months Read more

Pairing Coffee with Chocolate

From agriculture, to processing & roasting – the Chocolate & Coffee industries have so many similarities. At Batdorf & Bronson, we are proud to carry the TCHO line of chocolates. TCHO is one of only about a dozen Chocolate makers in the US with the scale to serve both consumers and commercial customers. They make Read more

Exploring Components of Taste

Part 3 – Evaluating Coffee: Aftertaste Acidity, body and aftertaste are common terms used in the Coffee world when we describe what we are tasting. In our trade it is of the utmost importance to relate in consistent terms the different qualities found in coffee. Our August public cupping will be the third of a Read more