When it comes to food, there's no denying fresh is best - and coffee is no exception.
So here's five reasons why we're encouraging you to grind your own coffee and take your coffee to the next level.
Specialty coffee for us isn't just a meaning. It's the essence of what we do.
What we've realised, however, is that perhaps not everyone really understands what specialty coffee is - or understands enough about it to care.
Understanding what specialty coffee means isn't only important for the daily brew you drink, but for everyone involved in the chain of custody
We all loathe taking that first sip of a long awaited coffee only to discover a flat, bitter, vinegary brew that leaves an awful taste in your mouth.What many of you may be surprised to find out, however, is that poor tasting coffee often has nothing to do with the beans or the brewing - in fact, it comes down to the quality of the water used
What if I told you that coffee can actually be too fresh?
When coffee is roasted, transformation occurs with the coffee beans. This chemical transformation creates gasses that are too volatile to enjoy drinking within 1 week from roasting. It is for this reason that we age our coffee in special silo's for exactly seven days.