A Great Home Brewer
At last we shall reveal our brewer to the Jedi...
The coffee business is filled with new gadgets and devices coming out seemingly every third day. Much of those I eschew but every once in a while, a piece of gear comes out that I think is worthwhile. This is one of those times.
This is the Olsen brewer from Simply Good Coffee. It brews up to 42 ounces of your favorite coffee and does so with little muss, little fuss and it truly makes...
To Freeze Or Not To Freeze?
The question of how best to keep your coffee is a perennial question. My thought is that you should always freeze your coffee, if you're not going to consume it within the first two weeks.
Why? It preserves the coffee at the point of freezing. Roasted coffee is about 2-3% moisture, meaning that there's not enough moisture in the bean to cause any damage. Try freezing green beans or tomatoes and you'll see what I mean.
How we do it is taking the bag of coffee, rolling it up tight to remove as much...
So Long, Hon!
This article came across my feed today from Baltimore Magazine marking tonight as the final night of service at Cafe Hon, ending a tradition in Hampden that fomented the renaissance of the neighborhood starting thirty years ago.
I remember discovering the Cafe Hon in the late 90s, driving down into the neighborhood every few weeks or so for the occasional lunch. It was always a good time. When we finally came to the neighborhood in 2009, I got to know Denise as a fellow merchant and always enjoyed her company.
But what really...
Ancient Style Roasted Coffee
After last weeks post about pan roasting coffee, it's time for us to give it a taste and give an honest evaluation of the roast quality. It's not as glowing as you might think!
Check out the evaluation!
Six Minute Coffee - Pan Roasted Coffee Challenge
Our YouTube channel is the place for us to share our coffee knowledge and one of our viewers, Ahmet, called us out to roast coffee in a pan. And we answered!
Check it out here!