How To Brew Strong Coffee

How To Brew Strong Coffee

First you need to ask yourself what “strong coffee” even means.

A tired person asking for strong coffee is probably looking for extra caffeination.

Other people asking for strong coffee could be referring to the bitter taste, the dark color, or the type of roast ((Continued))

Brewing Strong Coffee

How To Brew Strong Coffee

First you need to ask yourself what “strong coffee” even means.

A tired person asking for strong coffee is probably looking for extra caffeination.

Other people asking for strong coffee could be referring to the bitter taste, the dark color, or the type of roast ((Continued))

4 Ways To Pair Food With Your Coffees

Are you looking to have the best coffee tasting experience possible? Are you wondering what snacks, aside from what we provide, would really rock your morning? Wonder no longer. Keep these 5 tips in mind and not only will your coffees be awesome, but your food and drink pairing in general will be tremendous.

1) Pick 1 Flavor You Want To Maximize…

The 10 Types of Coffee Roasts and What They Mean

We’ve been going into tons of details here on our blog about the seemingly infinite levels of intricacies that go into making the best cup of coffee you’ve ever had. There are tons of different coffee beans, each bean being grown in varying climates and elevations which produce different flavors, and it is also influenced by how it is processed. You can have a variety of coffee beans, each providing a different flavor profile, and the water used and the water extraction also influence the coffee output.

But, what we haven’t elaborated on yet, is all of the different ways to roast a bean, and what that ultimately means for your coffee. There are 5 “levels” of roasts, starting with unroasted, and moving it’s way towards more and more roasted. We’ll list the name of the roast, the roast classification, and the temperatures used to cause that roast.