Brewing coffee leaf tea
Crowd pleasing coffee from a promising origin.
If coffee products were movies, these would be great sequels
A few fairly low tech clips and some thoughts on coffee processing and coffee buying in Guatemala.
Sometimes you don't want to dodge a Bullet
The original sign from our original storefront.
Three questions you should ask yourself.
We hope to protect your breakables with environmentally safe packing material sooner than later.
Sweet Maria's customer, Larry Cotton's awesome heat gun/dog bowl roaster featured in Make: Magazine
Tips for keeping your Bullet R1 clean. How often depends on how much you roast per week or month! But a clean roaster is a happy roaster...
Tom's take on on the right pants...more than just protection from ants.
Choosing the right grinder can be intimidating. Here's a guide to the electric grinders we carry.
A good espresso machine can handle the pressure of pulling a real shot.
Hands-on coffee grinding. Four manual mills that will do the job without electricity.
47 Tips To Make Pour Over Coffee Like A Barista
Here's a few coffees with exciting, snappy, zingy, citrusy, tart, vibrant notes
A few coffees where chocolate notes take the spotlight.
This is a very educational exercise you can easily try at home.
Sometimes tasting something that isn't coffee can help you learn more about what your coffee tastes like.
The beans weren't the best, the grind was terrible, and their brewing methods resulted in a cup of swill. But I am sure that the
smell of warm, fresh-roasted beans in an old hand-cranked grinder made up for some of that.
Buy. Sell. Buy. Sell...easier than it seems.
Why another popcorn popper?
...a lesson in trying to keep things clean
...fighting the crime of buying bad coffee
Hopefully we answer a question you didn't know you had.
Like a little extra body? Hate using paper filters? You are in the right place.
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