Sunday, January 9, 2011
Recently Everyman has beefed up on the retail home coffee goods! Don't forget that you can purchase your very own Aeropress or cone dripper here. Think about us when you need a quick gift. Seriously, people LOVE coffee it's a sure bet. Get your friend a bag of coffee, your Dad an Aeropress, and your Mom a Bonmac.
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Seriously, peaberries can be really intense and if you are good at dialing them in then you have a serious gem. Needless to say we are sippin on emeralds here at Everyman. I coarsened the grind and dropped the dose a bit and BLAM! Sweet balanced mother of god. Complex whirlwind of dried sweet fruits like plums, raisins, dates followed by brightness from the gods of citrus. There's also a dry spice in the finish that calms things down. Wait for it to cool a bit and you'll notice a strong peach flavor. All in all STELLAR.
I chose to highlight this coffee so you can get your very own hand-crafty cup from the aeropress or the bonmac cone!
Monday, November 1, 2010
These are some of the coffees we will keep in stock for NOVEMBER.
Really complex. Smacks you in the
face with black cherry, honey, and ginger.
a micro lot from SUMATRA?????
The politics in this land can make it
very difficult for the roaster to request
amendments to coffees either at the farm or the mill.
HOLIDAY...CELEBRATE! Okay so
what philanthropic ish are you up to
Counter Culture Coffee???????????Remember last year
BUY 3 GET A TREE!?!
This was my favorite coffee of last year!
Hands down, NO F'in JOKE!
Friday, October 22, 2010
I made Aeropress coffee with Oliver Strand today! So fun. We tried two different coffees. The Finca Mauritania from El Salvador and a the Thiriku from Nyeri, Kenya.
We used the inverted Aeropress method with a quick saturation of the grounds followed by a stir. Then fill, cap, press and drink.
The process took about 1:30 mins. 19-20 grams of coffee. Temperature at approximately 190 degrees Fahrenheit Super quick and easy.
Everyman is proud to announce soon we will be offering Aeropress and Bon Mac pour over brew methods! I think we will be all set up, staff trained, and brewing delicious single cup pick your origin brews in about a week or two.
Yield is about 8 oz at $3.00 per cup.
The Kenyan had bright lemon/lime acidity. We up dosed on this one to 20 grams and went a touch coarser on the grind. The results were mouthwatering. I could feel a pool forming under my tongue as the brightness hit my palate.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
I was on a radio show today. It was awesome! I got to chat it up with my dairy farmer Seth from Battenkill Valley Creamery in Salem, Ny. To hear the clip and check out the Farm Report follow the link...