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A couple weeks ago I wrote an update about what we have going on in Vermont. This week it’s New Jersey’s turn. The good news is that there seems to be a lot going on down here, too! First of … Continue reading
We often get approached by our clients asking us if there is a proper way to store their coffee beans. The short answer is YES there is… Before we get to the storage part, though, I would be remiss if … Continue reading
If any of you read my resurrected post on Jamaican coffee from a few weeks ago, you know that I didn’t quite finish it. To read the first part, click here. Without further ado here’s part II. Why is Jamaican … Continue reading
This year we’ve been selling more gift baskets than ever before. We’ve made a nice assembly line @ our offsite warehouse and are packing and shipping all of the baskets right here in New Jersey! On Friday I took some … Continue reading
On any given day, I field all kinds of questions about coffee. If they are technical questions about roasting, making an espresso blend or the specific qualities of any particular bean, I try to refer the person asking to our … Continue reading
The Jura Ena-9 is one of the coolest coffee brewers of all time. It’s the newest of the Jura line and has all the bells and whistles of the more expensive machines, but in a compact size and for a … Continue reading
We had a great time last weekend @ La Belle Boutique, Far Hills Country Day School’s annual fundraiser / gift show. The selection of gift ideas from the various vendors were once again outstanding, and proceeds from the show benefit … Continue reading
Over the course of any given month, Chris and I and our employees have a lot of opportunities to meet directly with the people purchasing our coffee. We do demos @ supermarkets, we set up at farmer’s markets on the … Continue reading