The coffee process
It occurred to me that some people would like to know a little bit more about the coffee they're ordering. So here goes...
We start with the finest beans from Café Imports. Café Imports is a trusted partner in the coffee trade. They're more than just a coffee importer. They work with the coffee farmers from around the world to improve the communities in which the coffee is grown. Sustainability is their main goal, providing me with years of flavor and quality data on all the coffees that we order.
We roast on demand. You order, we roast. We don't have pre-roasted inventory laying around waiting for you to order. You see, coffee has delicate nuances that start to fade after about ten days. We want you to experience these! So, we ask our customers to drink our coffee in a timely fashion. Don't save it for special occasions. Please don't put it in the fridge or freezer. A cool, dark place in your kitchen cabinet will be just fine.
We ask for patience in receiving your order. Freshly roasted coffee must "rest" in a bag for a least 36 hours before being ground. If you order whole bean we will ship out a soon as is roasted.
All of our coffee goes out in a special bag with a one-way valve to let air out but not in. Air can decrease the freshness of your coffee so please try to close the bag as completely as possible.
Thank you for reading and enjoy your coffee. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask on the comment section below. Soon, I will be adding a recipe section to this blog for weighs and measurements for different coffee procedures. Stay tuned and remember that 'Life is too short to drink crappy coffee'.