Storage and Brewing

Perfect Coffee, Every Time.

Brewing: Achieve the perfect cup with our brewing tips

  1. Measure: Use a standard coffee scoop (about 2 and a half tablespoons) of coffee grounds per 6 ounces of water for a balanced brew.

  2. Water Quality: Use fresh, clean water to brew your coffee. Water quality affects taste, so filtered water is recommended.

  3. Grind Fresh: Grind your coffee just before brewing to preserve flavors. For drip machines, a medium grind is ideal; for espresso, go finer.

  4. Brew Time: Brew for 4-5 minutes for a well-rounded flavor. Adjust steeping time for your preferred strength.

  5. Water Temperature: Brew between 195-205°F (90-96°C) for optimal extraction. Water that's too hot or too cold can lead to uneven flavor.

  6. Equipment Matters: Different methods (French press, drip, pour-over) require adjustments. Follow equipment-specific instructions for best results.

  7. Enjoy Promptly: Coffee tastes best when enjoyed shortly after brewing. Avoid leaving it on a warming plate, as this can affect taste.

Storage: To keep your coffee at its peak freshness, follow these simple storage guidelines:

  1. Cool and Dry: Store your coffee in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, moisture, and heat sources like stoves or ovens.

  2. Airtight Container: Seal your coffee in an airtight container to prevent exposure to air, which can degrade the flavor and aroma over time.

  3. Avoid Freezing: While freezing coffee can extend shelf life, it's best to avoid this if possible, as freezing and thawing can cause condensation and affect taste.

Savor the Experience:

With these storage and brewing guidelines, you're on your way to savoring every nuance of flavor in your cup of coffee. Whether you're a casual coffee lover or a connoisseur, these instructions ensure your coffee experience is nothing short of exceptional. Enjoy every sip on your way to success.