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Coffee is one of the world's most popular beverages and 80% of it is produced by 25 million small coffee farmers.
Around 125 million people worldwide depend on coffee for their livelihoods. It is the most valuable and widely traded tropical agricultural product and is mainly produced by smallholder farmers.
When you choose Split Rock coffee, not only can farmers build a better quality of life for their families and communities, they can invest in growing better quality beans too.
Coffee Farmers for Split Rock Coffee practice organic farming. An organic farm allows no synthetic chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides to be used during the cultivation or production processes. An organic farm is managed as the working ecosystem it is, and farmers employ techniques such as composting, terracing, and natural pest control that are often produced on the farm. Most of these techniques are traditional farming methods passed down generation to generation and are more environmentally beneficial because they produce less waste and maintain the natural shade canopy of the tree.
Health Benefits; It should be obvious that Organic coffee would be more healthful because it has not been treated with pesticides and chemical fertilizers.... Additionally, coffee has potential health benefits due to its antioxidant content. Organic coffee may help you lose weight by boosting your metabolism.
Our coffee beans are carefully selected from only the finest growers in South America, Central America, Indonesia and Africa to create the perfect balance of flavors in your cup. Our master roaster has over 25 years of experience in the coffee industry, and roasts Split Rock Coffee locally for maximum freshness.
Split Rock’s coffee buyer started his career as a chef, choosing and combining flavors to create award-winning dishes. Creating a great cup of coffee for all your occasions. Coffees from around the world have flavor compounds that reflect the soil structure and altitude at which they are grown, as well as the water supply, sunlight or shade, and other growing conditions. Some coffee growing regions are known for the distinct body found in the coffees they grow; other areas produce coffees with a citrus acidity, or in rarer cases, fruity overtones.
The roasting process needs to also take other qualities into account. Some coffees are soft, with a less dense cell structure, and are best lightly roasted, while others are hard or dense, and dark roasting brings out the flavors in the bean. Our coffee buyer utilizes his culinary and coffee buying experience to create blends that work best at each roast level, carefully testing them to be sure that the flavors are balanced in the final cup. Split Rock coffee blends are sure to please the most discriminating palate.
Our Light Roast is 100% Colombian from the Huila (Southern) region of Colombia. The lighter roast style is balanced, rich and brighter in acidity then the dark and medium roasts. This Single Origin coffee is a great example of Colombian coffee.
Our Medium Roast is a traditional Breakfast Blend. This blend highlights the body of Strictly High Grown (SHG) Central American, the mild acidity of East African, and the smooth finish of the South American coffees. Medium Roast has notes of sweet chocolate with a dark cherry finish, and makes a great choice for Espresso.
Our Dark Roast is reminiscent of a light French Roast. The combination of Central American and Indonesian coffee beans produces a great balance of body and acidity. The beans naturally occurring dark cocoa, and bittersweet chocolate flavors work well with cream or milk.
Our decaffeinated coffee beans with the same passion as our caffeinated beans.
Drinking a cup of coffee in the morning is the best time for an energy boost. And it's a huge dismay if your coffee does not live to the hype. Nothing is much better with Split Rock Coffee where we guaranteed freshness and aroma for every sip of your morning coffee. This video is from bean to brew.
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In this video, I will show you the top 5 Best Coffee Percolators.
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Top 5 Best Espresso Machine | Split Rock Coffee Top Picks 2019
Best Espresso Machine 2019, this video breaks down the top espresso machines on the market.
1. Breville BES870XL Barista Express
2. Gaggia Classic Semi-Automatic
3. De'Longhi EC155 15 BAR Pump
4. Nespresso VertuoPlus
5. La Pavoni's Europiccola
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Coffee beans are seeds matured in coffee cherry. They are then processed and dried to coffee beans. Before roasting, coffee beans are green in color and have a beany and grassy aroma. Actually, green coffee beans do not smell like coffee at all. When we roast coffee, we develop 800 to 1000 different aroma compounds. These compounds make the flavor of the coffee. With roast profiling, we can affect the existence of these aroma compounds in coffee and also determine the flavour of the coffee.
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In this video, we go back to the coffee basics where we enumarate the differences between Arabica and Robusta Coffee Beans.
The two varieties differ in taste, growing conditions, price. Arabica beans tend to have a sweeter, softer taste, with tones of sugar, fruit, and berries. Their acidity is higher, with that winey taste that characterizes coffee with excellent acidity.
Robusta, however, has a stronger, harsher taste, with a grain-like overtone and peanutty aftertaste. They contain twice as much caffeine as Arabica beans, and they are generally considered to be of inferior quality compared to Arabica. Some robustas, however, are of high quality and valued especially in espressos for their deep flavor and good crema.
Nope... it isn't instant coffee! I'm using FRESHLY GROUND coffee beans to make two amazing cups of coffee.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For each method, you will need to use coffee grounds that are NOT in powdered form (i.e the kind you use in a standard coffee maker). The grounds need to be coarse (think: cake crumbs, or crumbs left on a plate from a sandwich). I grind mine fresh every morning, but you can use the grinder at the grocery store if you don't own one. FYI: You can get a decent grinder for less than $20. I highly recommend it, as fresh ground coffee beans make for even BETTER coffee, especially at the crack of dawn (when you're tired, unorganized, packing school lunches, making breakfast.... you get it, right?) I'm digressing again.
NOTE: Use one heaping tablespoon of coffee beans per cup and grind coffee beans to a coarse grind.
Method 1: French press
Place desired amount of coffee in french press (see note above). Cover with very hot water, using about 1 cup of water per cup of coffee. Let stand about 5 minutes; longer for stronger coffee, less for weaker coffee. Pour and enjoy!
Method 2: Place desired amount of coffee in a strainer (see note above) and place over a liquid measuring cup or large coffee mug. Gently and slowly pour very hot water over coffee. Using a second measuring cup or strainer, repeat process anywhere from 2-5 times until coffee reaches desired strength.
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Learn how to brew your best in an AeroPress when you're on the road. This is a real time video so you can let us be your guide and brew alongside our best baristas. Happy brewing!
Invented by engineer Alan Adler, of Aerobie Frisbee fame, the AeroPress has, fittingly, inspired crazy ingenuity in variety of brew methods. The portable and lightweight AeroPress brews a sweet, full-bodied cup wherever you are: at home, camping or on a road trip. This particular method is best when you’re out in the field or if you don’t have a scale.