If you are currently #WFH and your home brewed coffee doesn't taste quite as good as the coffee brewed by your favourite barista, read on!
High quality beans and expert roasting is only half of the craft coffee drinking equation. Did you know that different brewing methods and equipment can greatly affect the taste of your coffee?
Let us take you through the craft coffee journey.
Step 1: Start with Better Beans
We may be partial, but we believe that good coffee should taste good, be good for the environment, and the coffee farmers.
Our coffee is certified fair trade, organic, and delicious :)
Step 2: Not Too Much, Not Too Little
A coffee scoop is handy, but depending on roast level, the same scoop of beans could vary drastically in weight, affecting the taste.
Take the guessing out of coffee making with a coffee scale and timer. We recommend the Hario Coffee Scale & Timer.
Step 3: Mind the Grinds
When it comes to coffee grinds, it is not one size fits all. For example, French Press requires a coarser grind whereas Drip coffee requires a finer grind.
Get the right grind everytime. With 40 grind settings, just set it and forget it with the Baratza Encore.
Step 4: Choose Your Brew
Love the bold, rich taste of the Aeropress? Or do you prefer a clean, smooth brew from the Chemex?
Browse our Coffee Gear to find your perfect match.
Step 5: Savour the Flavour
The most important step of all: sit back, and enjoy your coffee creation.