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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
More and more people are reading food labels before they buy products to be conscious of what they are actually consuming and to avoid certain things such as trans-fat, sugar, aspartame, and MSG. However, one thing that you will not … 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
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
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
Okay now we’ve gotten to the fun part of the “meet our team” posts: Chris Merton. Chris is my business partner @ Black River Roasters. He doesn’t want me to write this post, but I’m writing it anyways. Enjoy. Chris … Continue reading