Grind your coffee at home and enjoy the freshness
of whole bean coffee.
Remember to freeze your beans in an airtight
container (ziplock bag, old plastic grocery bag),
anything that makes sure the beans are not touching
the freezer (freezer burn does not taste good).
Whole bean coffee will stay fresh in the freezer up
to one month, ground coffee about one week.
The French Press was originally popularized in France as a wonderful, rich way to make a full-bodied cup of coffee. The press is a beaker made of glass or unbreakable plastic. The tightly fitting lid has a metal rod that has a fine wire or nylon mesh filter at the end. Place freshly ground coffee at the bottom of the beaker, add hot boiling water, and let the coffee steep for a few minutes.
Press the filter down over the grounds, trapping them in the bottom and voilà, you've made yourself a deliciously rich cup of coffee!
Cold Brew Coffee Toddy Maker
The Toddy coffee maker extracts the coffee bean's true delicious flavor and eliminates much of the acidity, producing a bold, super-smooth coffee that can be served one cup at a time.