Rainy Season Coffee

Monsooned Malabar

Get ready for an outstanding coffee from a country you might not have expected, grown in conditions you’d surely have thought awful – and yet, it’s a coffee tasters treasure. These beans come all the way from the Malabar region of India’s southwest coast. Read more

Among the Hardwood Trees

Brazil Ipê Natural

Coffee from Brazil is so versatile: it can root a delicious blend, take on spirit-cooling, and stand on its own. Read more

A Goatherd and a Holy Man Gave Us Coffee

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe

It’s widely believed that coffee drinking began between 900 and 1,000 AD in Abyssinia, now Ethiopia. The story goes like this. Read more

June Means Cold Brew and Donating

Big news this month!

We’ve partnered with Café Femenino Foundation to provide a Coffee of the Month that also gives back. That’s right, for every pound of June’s Coffee of the Month we roast we’ll give $1 to the Café Femenino Foundation.

Who are they? Read more

Cold Brewed Coffee

Summer has arrived, even though the calendar dictates that we wait another few weeks to declare it so. Here in Tennessee, things have really heated up and hot coffee is sounding a little less appealing. Still, we hear the siren call of that rich mouthfeel and tasty brew. What can we do?

Sure, iced coffee is good, but why not try something that doesn’t inject heat and humidity into the house? That’s right: cold brew. Read more

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The Down Low on Coffee Grinders

Updated: May 8, 2019

Coffee grinders are one of the pieces of the puzzle when it comes to brewing great coffee and most agree that a burr grinder yields better results that a whirling blade. Following are some grinder recommendations. Nicole Sauce has personally used the JavaPresse and the precursor to the Oxifame and the Mr. Coffee. The others were chosen based on recommendations from friends. Read more