Posts Tagged ‘learn’
A Guatemalan beneficio, or coffee mill, in the middle of August is a bit of a lonely place. The coffee is unripe on the trees and except for the occasional worker walking by outside with a cart full of pruning debris, the whole place feels rather empty. There are a few bags of coffee stacked about. Read more
If coffee could talk when it comes out of the roaster it would say, “I’m feeling a little gassy.” The difference between green unroasted coffee beans and brown roasted coffee beans is significant, not only in appearance and size but in density and chemical composition. Like cooking in general, the roasting process is transformative, turning Read more
Grind is one of the most critical variables in coffee brewing, and it is often overlooked at the expense of flavor. But not to worry, the awesome folks in our training and education department have been hard at work, and they have combined their knowledge into the first of a series of articles designed to Read more
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
With the warm summer months hopefully on their way, fans of coffee should be able to create and enjoy their favorite beverage on the rocks – don’t you agree? Join us on July 10th and learn how you can do this at home!