Is this episode I talk about the Split Rock state of the art coffee machine that we sold. Where you can stocked all the 3 blends in it and have a fresh coffee dispensed anytime you want it.
Our coffee machine is revolutionary and one of a kind. You are rest assured that the coffee you are drinking are always hot and fresh. This only brewed the coffee when you need it so it was not spoiled.
In this video, we breakdown the top 10 best moka pot espresso maker. This review is brought to you by Split Rock Coffe
Top 10: Best Moka Pot Espresso Makers of 2019 / Stovetop Coffee Maker
A short film showing how the seeds planted by the thousands of colombian coffee farmers then grow and produce the drink that is so readily consumed all around the world. This is how Split Rock Coffee Beans are made off. You will appreciate your coffee more when you watch this video.
Brazil is the world’s leading grower and exporter of coffee beans, with a mellow flavor that makes for a very typical dark roast. In this video, you will experience Brazil. Also when you buy Split Rock Coffee, you will feel the atmosphere of this country in your every sip.
About one-third of all of the world’s coffee is grown in Brazil, and much of Brazil’s premium coffee is labeled Santos after the port it is shipped through. Brazil is the largest exporter in the world, supplying approximately 60% of the world’s coffee – this is due in part to the sheer size of the country.
At the turn of the 20th century, Lake Superior’s Minnesota shoreline was a dark and isolated place northeast of Two Harbors. As shipping traffic blossomed, so did concerns about this remote stretch of coastline. Mariners advocated for a lighthouse to help captains keep their bearings, but it took a catastrophic November storm and the loss of lives and multiple vessels to convince the U.S. Congress to build what would become among the most recognized and beautiful landmarks on Lake Superior – Split Rock Lighthouse.
From Out of a Storm
One could say that the lighthouse was borne to Minnesota’s North Shore by the gales of late November 1905.
As one of the world's largest coffee exporters after Brazil and Vietnam, Indonesia serves as an interesting coffee destination with plantations spreading from Papua to Aceh.
Coffee beans in Indonesia consist of arabica, robusta and liberica.
Indonesian coffee are complex, syrupy, low acidity and typically extremely dense. which makes them ideal for roasting on the darker side.
This is largely due to the widespread practice of a traditional processing method unique to Indonesia known as "giling basah".
This semi-washed method is known commonly as wet-hulling and nearly all the coffee in the region are processed in this manner.
In short, the coffee cherry is allowed to dry on the bean for a short time before being washed and removed, imparting some of the flavors of the pulp and fruit to the bean.
The island of Sumatra, produce 75% of specialty grade Arabica coffee comes from the Island of Sumatra Indonesia!
Which is also where most of the coffee from Indonesia comes from, ,upwards!
Specialty Arabica coffee is Indonesia's most popularly exported product and gained worldwide acknowledgment.
This has positioned Indonesia as the 2nd largest specialty Arabica exporter in the world, with 150,000 tons of export per year.
Nearly 100 genetic varieties of Arabica coffee have been created since 1699 - some of these include Sumatera Lintong, Sumatera Koerinci, Sumatera Solok Minang, Java Preanger, Java Ijen Raung, Java Estate, Sulawesi Toraja, Papua Wamena and much more.
Split Rock coffee beans are 100% authentic indonesian coffee beans. Endulge in indonesian beans in every sip of our split rock coffee.
In this video you will learn about Siphon coffee makers. THis includes the diguo belgian luxury, timemore minimalist, twinbird brown, grosche heisenberg, hario next, kitchenaid onyx, yama glass tabletop, klarstein touch, yama glass stovetop, and bodum pebo.
Siphon coffee makers are also commonly known as vacuum coffee maker.
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Drinking coffee is a daily activity for many people across the world. Whether you use an electric coffee maker, a French press or any other type of coffee brewing method, you may be wondering how you can avoid throwing all those spent coffee grounds into the garbage.
Here are 6 ways to recycle your used coffee grounds.
Looking for your first French Press? Or maybe it is time for an upgrade? Josh is here to share our Top 3 picks for French Press coffee makers!
My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista.
I'm going to show you how to make a French press. First there's a few things you're going to need. You're going to need some fresh coffee, preferably whole bean in which case you'll also need a grinder. You'll need a timer and then you'll also need the French press. So the first thing you're going to do is weigh out the beans. I like to use 25 grams of coffee for this size French press. Now if you don't have a scale, you can also just do three rounded scoops. So you can go ahead and grind this coffee. So this is ground medium coarse. You can play around with the grind setting after making it a couple of times. If it's tasting too bitter and too strong, you might be using a little bit too fine of a grind. And if it's a little bit watery and weak, then it might be too coarse. So you take the French press, and you're going to want to preheat it. You can either take water off a boil, have a nice water tower here. Then you let that sit for a while so it gets up to heat. Alright, so after the French press is preheated, you want to dry it out then add the grounds. Now again, I definitely recommend getting a scale, it just makes brewing coffee easier. But if you don't have one, you just want to use about 12 and a half ounces of water for this size. So I'm going to go ahead and add the water to the French press. The first amount I'm going to add is just enough to soak the grounds at the bottom of the press. So adding that in... so just that much water there. And then just stir it around to incorporate all the grounds with the water and start the timer. And you actually just let that sit there for 30 seconds. I would also recommend covering it when you're not doing anything to keep the heat intact. Alright, after 30 seconds you're going to add the rest of the water. Now this is either 12 and a half ounces or 400 grams of water. Once you've added all of that, just give it another gentle stir. And you put the plunger on and then you'r
Few food and drink pairings can compare to a fresh-brewed cup of coffee and a homemade bread.
All coffee breads have certain traits in common: they are sweet and rich in flavor and texture. Any of these sweet bread recipes will go great with coffee. Serve them when you invite friends over for a cup or for dessert following a big family meal.I hope you like it and if you want to share something please let me know in the comment section below. I would love to hear from you. Cheers!
In this episode, we will tour you around with one of our coffee producer in Colombia. You will know from this video the process that our coffee beans take before it was shipped to us for packing. Hope you like this video.
Here are 8 brilliant uses for used coffee grounds long after your cup of joe is gone. You will never throw away used coffee grounds again!
In this video I will explain scientifically the common misconception that dark roast is more caffeinated since it is more dense. Watch and learn.
Looking for a travel or camping coffee maker? Here are the top 10 best outdoor cofffee makers. Perfect for camping, travel, kitchen and office. There are so many brands and models to choose from with varying degrees of durability, price.
When it comes to flavor, there’s nothing quite like freshly roasted coffee beans. To get the absolute freshest coffee, you may want to take the extra step of roasting your beans at home. Luckily, this is easy to do using an old-fashioned stovetop popcorn popper.