BREWING TIPS

Bring out the best of our beans. Release flavors big and small with some wisdom from our homebrewing experts.

GREAT TASTING COFFEE

GREAT TASTING COFFEE

There are many brewing methods, so you should start by checking the instructions that came with your brewer. Here are some general guidelines:

  • Start with 1-2 rounded tablespoons of ground coffee per six ounces of water.
  • If you are grinding your beans, here are a few things to know: the finer you grind them, the stronger your coffee will be. For drip coffee makers, use a medium grind; for espresso makers and mocha pots, use a fine grind; for French press, use a coarse grind.
  • Start with cold, fresh water. If your tap water has a noticeable flavor, use filtered or bottled water.

FROZEN COFFEE ICE CUBES

Keep your iced coffee at full flavor. Traditional ice cubes have a nasty way of watering down your favorite delectable drinks. Frozen Coffee Ice Cubes bring an additional, bold burst into the mix.

  • Brew your favorite variety.
  • Fill an ice cube tray with fresh coffee and freeze until solid.
  • When you're ready to serve, prepare your glass with a few coffee cubes and pour in chilled coffee
  • Add milk and sugar to taste.
  • Enjoy!
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FROZEN COFFEE ICE CUBES
HOMEMADE COLD BREW COFFEE

HOMEMADE COLD BREW COFFEE

There are many brewing methods, so you should start by checking the instructions that came with your brewer. Here are some general guidelines:

  • Add 1 bag (11oz) of your favorite ground variety to 2 quarts of cold tap water.
  • Mix well and place in the refrigerator to chill for at least 8 hours.
  • Filter the mixture to remove coffee grinds.
  • When you're ready to serve, pour in one part coffee concentrate and 2 parts milk (or cold water).
  • Add sugar to taste.
  • Enjoy!
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