Coffee Recipes

Great coffee is a personal taste. Some like it stronger than others so there is no “perfect” coffee recipe. We encourage you to find the right way to brew your coffee. 


Moka Pot

The Moka Pot is a classic European stove-top device that brews a strong coffee concentrate using steam and pressure. It’s fairly easy to use, and the device itself is just so darn adorable you’ll want to cry.

Brew Method: Pressure
Time: 2 minutes
Grind: Fine
Filter Method: Metal
Coffee / Water Ratio: 20g / 11 oz.
Water Temp: 195-205 F

You’ll Like This Method If: You want a taste similar to espresso, you like simplicity, you want to feel like you’re at a tiny tea party with the Queen.

Black Coffee

If you prefer really dark coffee, simply add an extra spoon or two.

Have you tried the single serve K-CUP® coffee and decided it tasted aweful? K-CUP® a great for simplicity but pretty weak coffee.

Our coffee pods already have 33% more coffee than the traditional K-CUP’s® and are shipped direct to you from the coffee roaster.

You will always get fresher and better tasting coffee from us so why not try our coffee pods? 

Naked coffee

You may add sugar and/or cream to your existing coffee for a smoother, less acidic flavor. We encourage you to try our coffee Naked – without cream or sugar. 

Drip Coffee Machine

Auto-drip coffee machines are one of the most common household brewing methods due to their ease of use, convenience, and ability to make large amounts of coffee at once. If you have counter space to spare, a drip machine is definitely one of the most convenient methods money can buy.

Brew Method: Drip
Time: 5-10 minutes
Grind: Medium
Filter Method: Paper
Coffee / Water Ratio: 60g / 34 oz. (may vary based on machine model)
Water Temp: 195-205 F

You’ll Like This Method If: You want a consistent taste, you have multiple coffee-lovers in your household, you do not have the time to mess around in the morning and need that caffeine mainlined into your bloodstream ASAP.

Poor Over

While there are many different pour over devices available, the principle method is standard: Pour hot water over a cylindrical filter containing coffee grounds. However, don’t let the simplicity fool you. Pour over allows you to have a lot of control over the flavor profile of coffee, which is appealing to many coffee connoisseurs.

Brew Method: Drip
Time: 2-3 minutes
Grind: Medium-Coarse
Filter Method: Paper, metal, or cloth
Coffee / Water Ratio: 30g / 17 oz.
Water Temp: 195-205 F

You’ll Like This Method If: Consistency is not your number one priority, you like tinkering with flavor and aroma profiles, you seek higher states of consciousness via the incredibly meditative practice of pouring hot water over coffee grounds.

French Press

A French Press is a simple manual brewing method that involves steeping and filtering coffee, similarly to a cup of tea. Because of the steeping, this method takes a bit longer than other manual brewing processes, but produces an incredibly flavorful cup.

Brew Method: Steep
Time: 5-10 minutes
Grind: Coarse
Filter Method: Metal
Coffee / Water Amounts: 50g / 28 oz.
Water Temp: 195-205 F

You’ll Like This Method If: You want a simple manual brewing method, you enjoy a full-bodied taste, you like anything that makes you feel French.