Tag Archives: coffee roasting

Q&A With Airship Coffee

Want this roaster at your front door?! Subscribe today using the code AIRSIP.ME for 15% off any subscription!  Get To Know The Roasters Q: How did you get involved in the coffee business?  A: In 2006, I started a sustainable agriculture project with the Lenca Indians in the mountains of western Honduras. Initially, my focus was on teaching sustainable agriculture practices to help improve their food…

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Q&A With Theodore’s Coffee

ROAST FEATURED Finca Quetanquira, Honduras TASTING NOTES: Spices, chocolate and sweet berries with notes of rich dark chocolate and blackberries and floral finish. Finca Quetanquira is located at the foot of the natural reserve MISOCO MOUNTAIN in the Department of Francisco Morazán (Honduras Central Zone) at an altitude of 1200-1450 meters above the sea level, grown under control shade with reforestation program of timber like: Mahogany, Cedar,…

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All About Your Coffee Choices (and why the difference matters)

“How do I pick a good coffee?”What a loaded question. First, we need to do a little recon on what type of coffees there are, then we need to decide what kind of coffee drinker you are now and where you are looking to go.OK, ready?The FactorsBean Variety1. Arabica: beans comprise around 75-80 percent of world production, your typical bean from coffee shops and restaurants2. Robusta:…

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Freezing Your Coffee Beans, Yes or No?

When To:In large quantities, to be stored over periods of weeks or months. Vacuum sealing and storing in the freezer is beneficial for storage.Or on a commercial level. There is some science behind the flavor difference in cold beans:However this is on a commercial level, not an at-home level; the flavor difference that these scientists talk about does not carry over when we are talking about your cup or…

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Toasted Marshmallow Campfire Coffee

Originally posted on According To Laura JeanBefore my friends and family read this with their jaw dropped, I must make a disclaimer. I still don’t like coffee and will win the bet against my dad and husband that I will not be drinking coffee by thirty. Now that we have that out of the way, welcome to today’s blog post on making your own toasted marshmallow…

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A Tulsa Coffee Crawl

The day started by getting in the car not knowing where we are going. As we exit to downtown Tulsa my boyfriend hands me his phone displaying a note that says “Jess’s Bday Coffee Crawl” and informs me it’s been sent to a few of my friends. HOW PERFECT!  Foolish Things Coffee Co.We started our caffeinated journey at Foolish Things Coffee Company located at 10th and…

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Elementary Coffee Co.

Brews Used:Tanzania PeabodyAbout the Coffee:First, we take well-sourced beans and carefully roast them small-batch style. Then, we wait impatiently for the Broad Street Market to open in the morning [insert restless foot-tapping here]. As the day dawns and our customers trickle in, we greet, grind, and brew for them. Our goal is to impart perfection in each cup. Our beans are prepared either through the Chemex or the Hario…

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