Cut the K-Cup!

Posted by H.Jennings on 10/17/2018
With K-cups producing (per user) an average of a 6 cubit foot room every year worth of waste, it is worth noting you might not be "wasting" coffee, but you are adding to that Pacific trash pile in grand fashion. I digress. I know most Kcup drinkers don't know that pod is a major drain on our environment. This blog post is about bringing back the good ole' 12 cup brewer and reclaiming our sense of leaving the planet better than we found it. (Even if it means a *little* more work on our part).


Cha-cha-changes to the Gift Baskets

Posted by H.Jennings on 9/11/2018

If something is perfect, leave it alone. If it isn’t fix it! With this in mind, I am hard at work putting together our brand new gift basket collection for the upcoming holiday season.


Hello OREGON!

Posted by H.Jennings on 9/10/2018
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We packed up and moved the entire operation to Pistol River, Oregon from Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho at the end of June 2018. This is our adventure…

In April, we were hit with a second great loss, I lost my dad (and wonderful dog). No one saw the loss coming. In an instant life went from it’s normal level of stress to a volcanic eruption meets a Super Cell tornado. To quote the great Bugs Bunny, “That was a big boom there, Wiley.”

What is "White Coffee?"

Posted by H.Jennings on 4/12/2018
Do you want more information about what white coffee is? Is it worth the cost? What does it taste like? Why is organic white coffee important? Is white coffee better than regular roasted coffee? Is there acid free white coffee? Can I buy white coffee whole bean? How do I brew white coffee?

These questions and more are addressed in the blog post below. If you would like more information, feel free to comment below and we will help you out.

Save Money on Organic Coffee

Posted by H.Jennings on 1/13/2018
It is no secret, coffee has radically gone up in price even for the quasi cheap coffee. With non-organic coffee you run the risk of adding "bulking" agents like chicory, or robusta. Some folks mistake robusta as a type of "coffee." Although similar looking, robusta beans are much higher in caffeine and acidity. (Hence the reason some folks say "coffee makes me sick." I will get into more detail about different coffee beans in another post). A good cup of coffee is well worth it's weight in beans.

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