Coffee Aroma (It's Not All About the Smell)

Coffee Aroma (It's Not All About the Smell)

September 25, 2018

What do you do when you have a cup of coffee in your hands? Do you think about where the beans came from? Do you gulp it down, hoping you’ll...

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The 3 Processing Techniques that Coffee Farmers Use

The 3 Processing Techniques that Coffee Farmers Use

August 25, 2018

Ever wonder what happens to coffee beans before they’re roasted, packaged, and shipped to stores?

Maybe you’d like to know where the beans even grow – some random coffee farm on an island? Utah?

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Craft Coffee Changed My Life

Craft Coffee Changed My Life

August 02, 2018

 

One day, I got the urge to walk in the craft coffee shop that's in my neighborhood. I had quit coffee a few years ago having grown tired of the burnt and bitter taste that my counter top pot made.

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A Beginner's Guide To the Aeropresss Coffee Maker

A Beginner's Guide To the Aeropresss Coffee Maker

June 13, 2018

But you don’t have to be a barista or connoisseur to create a hot, steamy cup of Aeropress deliciousness. In fact, making Aeropress coffee at home is fun once you get the hang of it.

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Here's Why You Should Grind Your Own Whole Bean Coffee

Here's Why You Should Grind Your Own Whole Bean Coffee

June 05, 2018

For one thing, did you know ground coffee beans age? The longer they sit, the higher the chances are of losing flavor. You don’t get fresh coffee by the time you brew a cup, just stale coffee.

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Four Steps to Brew Better Coffee in your Auto Drip Coffee Maker

Four Steps to Brew Better Coffee in your Auto Drip Coffee Maker

May 11, 2018

I recently had a friend approach me about using whole bean coffee in his automatic drip coffee maker.  Like many, he always purchases pre-ground coffee and uses an auto drip brewer

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Dark Roast Coffee Memoirs of a Jazz Musician

Dark Roast Coffee Memoirs of a Jazz Musician

April 20, 2018

When many people picture musicians, they think they’re all rich and famous. That they sleep on a pile of money every night and drink wine like it’s water. Too funny! 

The life of a jazz musician can definitely be fun, but like I said, it comes with problems.

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How to Make a Pour Over Coffee

How to Make a Pour Over Coffee

April 11, 2018

That delicious, satisfying jolt gives you the courage to power through the day. With each sip, you feel yourself waking up to the world.

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Coffee On Tour: Ezra Salmine (Motherly Jet), Monitor Engineer, For King and Country

Coffee On Tour: Ezra Salmine (Motherly Jet), Monitor Engineer, For King and Country

April 05, 2018 1 Comment

If load-in is finished with enough buffer time before show; the expectation is that we will walk to the best local coffee shop and recharge before the show.

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3 Reasons To Give Black Coffee a Try

3 Reasons To Give Black Coffee a Try

March 28, 2018

If you’re like many coffee drinkers, pouring cream or sugar into that steaming morning cup is just part of the routine. In fact, you’d probably feel weird without these “enhancements.” Naked, even

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Coffee Roasts - From Light Roast, to Dark Roast and in Between

Coffee Roasts - From Light Roast, to Dark Roast and in Between

March 22, 2018

 

People like to choose how long they want their steak to be cooked. With coffee beans, it comes down to the degree of roasting.

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Outdoor Acoustics Fueled by Light Roast Coffee

Outdoor Acoustics Fueled by Light Roast Coffee

March 14, 2018

While the visual beauty was astonishing, the quiet call of the loon layered with the strokes of my paddle against the pure clear water was the best acoustic concert I've attended.

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