Coffee, the drink or drug of Olympic champions?

“Coffee, It’s the lifeblood that fuels the dreams of champions!” ~ Mike Ditka Coffee in the world of elite sports is a contentious topic. Doctors, health professionals, individual consumers -- all have strong science-based positions on caffeine's role in elite athletic performance. The most prominent voice in the is coffee a performance enhancing drug question is... Continue Reading →

5 summer-perfect floral lattes made with real flowers!

Real rose, hibiscus, and lavender in your coffee? Yes, yes, and a million times, yes! Latte lovers worldwide have enjoyed the slow and steady rise of floral-flavored lattes, and this year, our beloved (whoever you are) floral coffee creatives have achieved new floral coffee highs with the creation of delectable, beautiful lattes made with edible flowers.

Sugar does what to my coffee?

Sugar and coffee are a bit like England and France, bound by history and mutual affection and stuck in a timeless battle for dominance. This may sound a bit extreme but, I assure you, it's true! To understand how cane sugar and other sweeteners impact brewed coffee, we must start with caffeine. Caffeine is a... Continue Reading →

Creating the perfect home coffee bar

Let’s face it, working from home has lots of perks but a custom coffee bar has traditionally not been one of them... until today! Creating a home coffee bar is quick, fun, and easy. In this blog, we share our tips for creating a stylish, efficient, complete at-home coffee station. A dedicated space Creating a... Continue Reading →

Is it safe for children to drink coffee?

How young is too young to take that first sip? Well, that largely depends on where you live and what you believe. The great debate over if toddlers and adolescents should be able to drink coffee, and if so, at what age, is hotly debated and riddled with uncertainties. Today, we are going to attempt to add some clarity to what we know, looking first at the major fears of child coffee consumption before moving onto the facts and take-aways for the future.

Panama and coffee (it’s a love story)

The history of coffee in Panama is nothing short of a modern day love story. While debate exists over when coffee entered Panama, some claiming the late 18th century and most saying the early 19th century, there is little debate over who transported those precious first beans. The first coffee seeds were brought to Panama by a retired English sea captain and his Panamanian wife, whom together, wished to start a coffee farm.

Introducing the Eco Bag!

Our Eco Bag is an upcycled coffee sack that has been masterfully reconstructed into a durable single-strap mini-tote. Each Eco Bag contains three bags of our RI-roasted, organically-grown coffees, a bag of RI-made natural granola, a package of organic US herb seeds, and instructions on how to transform this sturdy, stylish bag into an environmentally-friendly... Continue Reading →

The breakdown: acidity in coffee

Acidity in coffee is marvelous, wonderful, and often misunderstood. Today, we're breaking down what acidity in coffee means, how to identify it in a coffee description, and where to find high and / or low acidity coffees based on their growing region.

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