Hario V60

The Hario v60 is one of the most well known pour over methods in the craft coffee industry and continues to be among the most popular. The v60 was designed with quality in mind and the desire to make a better cup of coffee. Much like the Chemex, this method has deep ties to the …

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Home Coffee Roasting, Part 3

     Today we continued our quest for the perfect home roasting experience! While all of our past attempts at coffee roasting have been with the use of a cast iron skillet, today we used the Fresh Roast SR500 to try to achieve a more even roast. In attempts past, we noticed that the cast …

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Espresso on the Go – Wacaco Minipresso

Craft coffee is an ever-growing industry with new philosophies, varietals, and shops coming into view every single day. However, its portability tends to be a challenge for the consistent traveler. While we do love our aeropress, there are times that all we have room for is a few outfits, a book, and maybe our phone …

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The American Press

Since its creation in 2015, the American Press has surely exceeded its designer’s expectations, which started out as a graduate physics project in search of a better way to make coffee. Often mistaken for its french counterpart, this sturdy bodied mechanism has proven to be unparalleled in its cup-to-cup functionality and in the complexity of …

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