Coffee is an important part of every day life at the farm.
We use a variety of brewing methods and have a lot of specialty equipment
Each month we do a coffee review, but we try and keep it down to earth.
We have both the 6 and 8 cup verisons of this stylish glass pourover brewer. It was developed in 1942 and still has the same stylish look
Our French Press is an 8 cup, stainless steel model by Bonjour. It is a simple entry point into the world of coffee and was our first non-drip brewer.
The espresso maker we use is the Capresso EC100 machine. It’s an entry level machine but we are really happy with the quality of coffee it pulls.
Burr grinders are what you need for uniform grounds. The one we use is the Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Grinder.
Gooseneck kettles give you great accuracy for pourover coffee. We have the Fino Gooseneck Kettles in the 4 1/2 cup and 6 cup sizes.
|Coffee Variety||Origin||Cost Per Ounce||Full Review|
|Barefoot Coffee Roasters The Heavy||Guatemala||$1.62/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Black Rifle Just Black||Central America/Colombia||$1.47/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Chromatic Coffee La Virgen||Colombia||$1.56/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Death Wish Coffee Co.||India/Peru||$1.62/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Holy Schmidt Guatemala Chichen||Guatemala||$1.67/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Pilcrow Storyteller Blend||Brazil/Burundi/Guatemala||$1.83/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Ritual Coffee La Folie Caturra||Guatemala||$2.02/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Speckled Axe Early Riser||Americas/East Africa||$1.50/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Timeless Coffee Las Animas||El Salvador||$1.67/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Verve Buena Vista||Latin America||$1.25/oz.||Read Full Review|
|Noble Coyote Huehuetenango La Basa||Guatemala||$1.92/oz.||Read Full Review|