Coffee from the Galapagos is unique in the Arabica coffee world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the thirteen Galapagos Islands are highly protected, with only two being approved for agricultural production, San Cristóbal and Santa Cruz. Our coffee comes from San Cristóbal, the larger of the two islands, and the only one with certified sustainability,... Continue Reading →
The summertime temperatures are still raging. Why not try a scrumptious coffee milkshake prepared specially for all of you bourbon lovers out there? It will undoubtedly help cool you off while the heat is most definitely still on. Enjoy!
Here is our take on the classic! This cocktail is a perfect after dinner treat for your holiday party. What you will need 1 tbsp. cinnamon sugar 4 oz. eggnog** 2 oz. milk 1 cup of hot coffee 1 shot of bourbon (@ 1 oz.) A pinch of nutmeg Directions Combine the milk, sugar and... Continue Reading →
Flavor, texture, clarity, crispness -- it all starts with the bean! Coffee is often described using common classifications such as roast, growing conditions, and processing. These descriptives are wonderful at relating the coffee's highest level information but fail to represent the bean's intrinsic qualities, which are defined by its variety or cultivar. Like wine, a... Continue Reading →
Ahhhh, the 2000's! This episode of Coffee & Cocktails with Cindy is pleased to transport you back to a simpler time... When Lindsay and Paris ran wild through the streets of NY and LA. The trucker hats were large, the belly chains fierce, and the jeans...well low... Unfortunately the trendy cocktails of the time period... Continue Reading →
The queen's take on a Kentucky coffee. What you will need 1oz. Kentucky bourbon. 1/2 oz. honey. 1 tsp. cinnamon. 1 cup of Italian roast coffee from TheQueenBean.com. lightly whipped heavy cream. Add the bourbon , honey and cinnamon to a preheated glass. Pour on the coffee until the cup is about 90% full and... Continue Reading →
El Eden's Mexican Guerrero comes to us from the El Eden Cooperative*, located in Atoyac de Alvarez, Guerrero, Mexico. Atoyac de Alvarez is located high in the jungle, approximately 200 miles southwest of Mexico City, nestled between the Pacific Ocean to the south and the Seirre Madre Sur Mountains to the north. Atoyac's location, though difficult to... Continue Reading →