Hit the road and brew great coffee with a few items that fit in a small sack.
With some basic, compact brewing supplies, Tom shows how to make great coffee away from home...for himself and fellow travelers.
DIY Aeropress method & the Luxurious Yama Tower
Tom shows you what coffee damage looks like before and after roasting. When we flick on the UV light, you can really see the defects.
It's possible to roast and brew coffee without spending a ton of cash.
A simple task that pays off with a wonderful, clean Chemex brew.
After considering processing & storage, Tom cups a few naturals and explains why certain naturals taste a certain way.
Take a detailed look at the differences between dry processed and wet processed coffee.
What is a "natural" coffee? What should you expect from them? Here's a short video explaining the basics.
The Aeropress seems to do well under a wide range of conditions.
Combating grey skies with espresso shots.
Results of a brewing event at the SCAA HQ in Long Beach
some fun tastings that you can set up to learn more about different flavors in coffee
Tom and Amanda show you our initial thoughts on using the Brazen.
Nuttiness can be the result of processing, either purposeful or otherwise. It can also be the result of bean density...
Noah shows you how to easily remove the stitching from our 20lb coffee bags.
Amanda walks you through how you can heat seal gold foil valve bags.
Here's some close-up action of a violent 1st crack and some oil boiling from a few beans we put into a toaster oven.
The Trifecta MB is a simple machine that brews great coffee.
Dan and Aleco share their insights on cupping...with spoons, into spittoons, in our cupping room.
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