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Coffee and Brewing Chart

Coffee and Brewing Chart

Posted by Eddie on 18th Aug 2019

A few people have asked about the best brewing methods for each of our coffees.  I have listed the suggested brewing methods for each of Eddie's Gourmet Coffee's on each coffee product page. … read more
Coffee Roast Levels Explained

Coffee Roast Levels Explained

Posted by Eddie on 16th Aug 2019

Coffee Beans are typically roasted at about 550 degrees Fahrenheit. A chemical process called pyrolysis brings out the aroma and flavor that had been locked inside the beans in their raw state — th … read more
4 Step Formula for Great Coffee

4 Step Formula for Great Coffee

Posted by Eddie on 14th Aug 2019

Most people are certain they already know how to make the best cup of coffee. Just like anything else in life, there is always room to learn more, and make improvements. If you take away one litt … read more
The Best Water for Coffee

The Best Water for Coffee

Posted by Eddie on 11th Aug 2019

Water is the base of your coffee. Without good water, it’s hard to brew a great cup of coffee. Around 95-98% of the liquid in the cup of coffee is water.Why the Water Quality MattersGood, clean water … read more
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Coffee

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Coffee

Posted by Eddie on 4th Aug 2019

Here is a great recipe for using coffee with protein powder to create a meal or snack. Use any protein and nut butter you want, any brewing method, makes no difference. Keep it simple. Recipe:& … read more