I’m thinking of quitting the art world. I want to do something a bit more...– Banksy (via ams-info) (via banksystreetart)
A simple homage to the pour over (part 3) An overlooked part of the process is the grinder. A consistent grinder is paramount and effects the finally product. I use a simple hand grinder from Hario that has ceramic conical burrs. Burrs, as opposed to blade grinders, can make a consistent grind, effecting a consistent extraction, where blades cannot (as seen when the coffee closest to the blade...
Along the Andes: Coffees of Ecuador, Bolivia and... →
This is a very good article on Andean Coffees, in addition there are some phenomenal roasters represented here as well. Fratello Coffee Roasters have some amazing (amazing!) coffees from Bolivia; Olympia Coffee scored very high with their Bolivian selection and they are currently in Peru sourcing more coffees. Olympia also had a nice CENFROCAFE from Peru selection not too long ago that was used...
@OlympiaCoffee Peru Origin Trip →
Olympia Coffee out of Olympia, WA is on a trip to Peru to source and visit more coffee farms.