Anyone with a healthy coffee making habit will find himself or herself with a lot of used coffee grounds by the end of each week. Though the grounds have done their job in giving us our delicious java, some of us still find them too precious to just throw away. So one begins to think Are there are other ways to use them? Well in fact, there are and I’m pretty sure you, your kitchen, and your garden will love them.
Welcome To The Land Of Fresh Roasted Coffee
Enjoy the taste of handcrafted coffee made by experienced roasters driven by their passion for what they do. Every day, every order is roasted in small batches in our Diedrich coffee roaster. We do not stock coffee. All of our coffee is made to order, so get ready to experience coffee at its finest.
Hey Gang, Christopher here. Most people chalk up bad, bitter coffee to poor preparation. They might think they used too fine a grind. Or that they used too much. Or maybe they brewed too long. While coffee prep plays some role in how your coffee will taste like, bad coffee begins even before you start brewing. Heck, sometimes even before you start grinding it. And because nobody in this life deserves bad coffee, here are the top five reasons why your cup isn’t as fantastic as it should be, and how to fix it.
Hey Gang, Christopher here, If you like iced coffee from popular coffee chains but hate the ridiculous prices (especially if you have them every day), then chances are you have attempted to make your own iced coffee at home. And if all you did was dump ice cubes on coffee that you prepared hot, then you were probably very disappointed with how it turned out --watery, bland, flavorless. You start thinking, maybe the guys over at the coffee shop really know what they’re doing (they do) and I should just let them do their job and pay the price. Well you can but you don’t always have to. Especially when you know what they know about making iced coffee.
So what’s the big secret?