A study suggests that caffeine, whether in the habitual coffee drinker or the novice, can help to reduce the pain one may feel during exercise.
I spent the bulk of last week working on a dairy north of here where I consult on grazing planning and Holistic Management. One of the people at the dairy is from Venezuela and we got to talking about the Colombian guerillas and his need to flee his home because they had invaded and presumably […]
After a month hiatus, we are back on the blog. Thank you for the patience. We have been pulling together a few things here at the roastery, including hiring a new roaster, Stacy Cowan, to help with our increasing demand. We have also launched our Coffees for a Cause program, and helped coordinate two additional […]
We’ve found a great Ethiopian. It’s smooth with a medium acidity, medium body and an apricot finish. It’s very complex, from the mesmerizing aroma through the final drop. It’s also certified organic. Of interest in particular is the country’s new approach to coffee: Ethiopia has developed it’s own national label, as noted in the November […]
Does anyone use K Cups for their morning coffee? My father in law now uses them, and they are available on-line. You can buy coffee from a few larger roasters, as well as teas and cocoas. The way it works – take what looks like a large creamer container from the diner down the street, […]