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SUBSCRIPTION - Color Block Blend

SUBSCRIPTION - Color Block Blend

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Our light-medium blend. Milk chocolate sweetness, a hint of red fruit, some honey, and sweet almonds. 

How much coffee do you need? 1 bag every week? Maybe 2 bags every month? You have enough to worry about, don't make your coffee inventory one of them. Set it and forget it with a simple subscription! 

How often should I get a delivery?

I drink 1 cup a day I drink 2 cups a day There are two of us and we both have 1 cup a day
bi-weekly weekly  weekly

When will my first subscription arrive? 

Coffee is roasted fresh every week on Tuesday. Your first order will be roasted and shipped on the next Tuesday roast date. 

Pause or cancel anytime!

Access your customer portal via the email confirmation from your first order. Here you can pause, cancel, or tack on a second bag at any time. 

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Brewing ratios for drip and cold brew

Brewing ratios are the base for coffee brewing recipes. It's a way to make sure coffee brews to the strength we enjoy it!

For example, 1:15 would mean one gram of coffee to 15 grams of water and would make for a heavier cup of coffee. Increasing this to 1:20 would mean a more tea like brew.

Adjust these ratios to taste on any coffee, but we have a

Pour over, drip brews, and other paper filter methods

  • 1 : 17 for our light and light-medium roasts
  • 1 : 18 for our medium and medium-dark roast levels
  • Grind size fine-medium sand size

Cold Brew Concentrate

  • 1 : 4.6
  • Grind size as coarse as your grinder goes
  • A french press recipe with ratio above would be 170g coffee to 793g water.
  • Steep in cold water in fridge for 12-14 hours
  • Cut 50/50 with water or to taste for diluted brew.

How long should I wait after the roast date to use?

Coffee is off gassing from the time it is roasted. Brewing coffee that is too fresh is difficult to extract because CO2 will repel water and make it hard to extract what makes coffee tastes great!

Paper filter or full immersion brew method (ie. pour over, brew pot, french press)

At least 3 days.

When you go to pour hot water over your coffee grounds you see the coffee 'bloom' or bubble up. Depending on your brew method, this can be a way to open the coffee up for continued brewing.


At least 5-7 days.

Espresso is a highly concentrated and pressurized brewing method. CO2 has nowhere to go so it's best to let the coffee release this naturally past the roast date.

Where are your Espresso Roasts?

Did you know that Espresso is a brewing method and not a roast level?

Any coffee from any roaster can be an espresso, but some coffees in our lineups work better than others!

Relative coffees that work best for espresso

Our blends and light-medium roast offerings are great for espresso 5-7 days off roast.

If you try our lighter roasts as espresso, give it an extra couple of days to off gas so extraction is easier.

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