It's hard being a bean
The back side of our L12...where the magic happens.
We do our best to explain how sample roasting is unique, and its function as a tool for measuring quality.
Drum speed...schum speed. No, wait...it actually makes a difference.
Here's a fun look at a pretty useful home roasting tool.
Here's what happens to coffee before it leaves Gitesi station
A fun spin on a laborious warehouse job at Coffee Shrub/Sweet Maria's.
Coffee, pallets, awesome employees, dogs, boxes and coffee...and dogs.
We have so many great Costa Rica coffees right now, it would be a shame not to roast as many of them as we can before they sell out...
Serious discussion about adding a new dimension to the coffee evaluation technique, hand cupping.
This past October we hosted a cupping at the Sweet Maria's compound in West Oakland that was attended by roasters from all over the Bay Area
What you should know before pressing "Start".
Like a little extra body? Hate using paper filters? You are in the right place.
Home Barista held their annual home roaster challenge last week and we graciously hosted the brewed coffee part of the competition.
Get ready for some cutting edge, third wave/fourth wave coffee-flipping action!
A dirty brewer can ruin a truly excellent coffee. Keep it clean.
Tom talks about the unique harvesting methods on location at a farm near Sertão in Brazil.
Dan brews with a French Flip Drip Circa 1920
Yes, it's actually separating the coffee cherries from the branches.
Nothing lasts forever but the longevity of our office coffee maker is making us think otherwise.
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