An Introduction to Tasting Notes

Michael Chrystal
Blueberry, mint, and orange: do people really taste such things when they drink coffee or are they making things up? Is fancy coffee all that it's cracked up to be?
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Espresso at Home on a Budget

Michael Chrystal
Brewing great espresso doesn't have to be expensive. Most articles try to say that $250 is the bare minimum for budget options, but that's not the case.
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Roast Levels and the Reasoning Behind Them 

Michael Chrystal
Light roasts, dark roasts? What's right for you? Is it worth straying from your old standby? Read this blog for an introduction to your options!
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Take Iced Tea to the Next Level: Cold Brew It!

Sharayah Irwin
Wondering about how to take your love of iced tea in the summer to a new level? Cold brew is not only delicious, it's easy!
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Our First Direct Trade Coffee: Columbia Sierra Nevada

Sharayah Irwin
A brief summary of our Columbia Sierra Nevada Direct Trade coffee.  Organic, Rainforest Alliance certified, and Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center certified, this premium coffee not only comes from a fantastic farm but has a wonderful rich taste.
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Coffee Offerings: Single Origin Costa Rican, Sumatran, and our River Blend

Sharayah Irwin

One of the fun things about roasting our own coffee and offering those fresh beans is helping people learn more about the different coffee beans, how they're roasted, and what that means for the delicious morning (or whenever) ritual.  Maybe you've been drinking grocery store or big brand coffee and are curious if fresh, small batch roasted makes that much of a difference (it does, in our humble opinion!). Maybe you want to know more about the coffee industry and understand some of the intricacies of the process from farm to your cup.  Or perhaps when you stop by for...

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