Tag Archive for coffee

Scary French Press Experiments for Halloween

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With (seemingly) unlimited access to great coffee and espresso making equipment comes great responsibility. In this spirit, Seattle Coffee Gear tests out the things we hear on the gear we have, mainly so you don’t have to … Sure, we…

Specialty Coffee for $20 or less?

Coffee Power, Activated!

Time, counter space and budget may all be concerns, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a delicious cup of coffee. Fresh, locally roasted whole bean coffee is a step up from capsule coffee and miles above instant. If you…

Hot Blog On Bog Action: Coffee Your Way

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We are all for having fun brewing coffee and tea however you like it — we love how personal/meaningful/medically necessary it is … It can be all things to all people and we don’t judge (except for my not-so-secret campaign…

Coffee 101: Fair Trade vs Direct Trade

Whether you’re sipping on a delicious cup of Velton’s Single Origin Mexico Nayarita, or savoring Zoka’s Espresso Palladino, your beans have started their journey hundreds or thousands of miles away from you (at least if you live in Seattle). Roasters…

SCG’s Most Popular Coffee Gear – 2012

Even if you don’t buy into New Year’s resolutions, there’s nothing wrong with thinking about little ways to improve your quality of life and that of those around you. (We know what you’re like without your morning coffee. It’s okay,…

Crew Review: Equator Coffee

We’ve been sampling and using Equator’s coffee in machine demos for awhile now, so we thought we should give Equator Coffee the ol’ side-by-side tasting! Watch as Gail brews up batches of their Equator Espresso and Drip blends, Tigerwalk Espresso…