Entries by Anne D.

Explore the world with single origin coffees

Contrary to what some suggest, there is no one “coffee” taste. Rather, there are endless taste based on geography. Single origin coffees are beans that are sourced from a coffee farm, cooperative or region. These coffees differ from blends which are a combination of beans from different regions or countries. Similarly, to the wine industry, […]

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Now Hiring: Production Assistant

Job Title: Production Assistant Job Description: A Production Assistant will join the production team and assist with tasks related to roasting, bagging, and blending our coffee and assistance in delivering coffee to wholesale accounts within our delivery radius. The Production Assistant is a year-round part-time position (approximately 25-30 hours a week). Shifts will be between […]

Helpful Tips for Cleaning Your Brewer and Grinder

Have you ever cleaned your coffee maker? If you are like most, the answer is likely never. It is easy for overlook your coffee brewer and grinder as equipment that needs to be cleaned. By regularly cleaning your brewing equipment you help extend the life of your coffee brewer and grinder. Plus, you can continue […]

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Choosing the Best Coffee Grinder

Did you know coffee begins to start losing some of its flavor and aromatics as soon as it is ground? Grinding your coffee beans fresh is one of the best ways to brew a more flavorful cup of coffee. If you like to have the flexibility of grinding for different brewing devices or wish to […]

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Step up your coffee brewing game with this one tool

At Red Cedar Coffee Co. we consider the digital scale as the secret weapon in coffee brewing. Put away the tablespoons and little scoops, and instead use a scale. Not only does a digital scale take the guesswork out when using a pour over brewer, it helps prevent issues of using too much coffee when […]

Exciting New Coffee Partnership with Baldwin Wallace University

On Monday, November 23, 2020, Red Cedar Coffee Co. will launch a coffee named Yellow Jackets Java in partnership with Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Proceeds from the sale of Yellow Jackets Java will benefit the YJ4th Year Scholarship Fund. The fund provides support to students who have positively contributed to the BW community and […]

Introducing the new Red Cedar Coffee Rewards Program

ABOUT THE PROGRAM: How the Red Cedar Coffee Rewards program works: Earn one point for each dollar spent on a 14 OZ/16 OZ bag of coffee purchased directly from Red Cedar Coffee Co. Earn 200 points and receive a reward good on your next visit (expiration dates apply). Reward value is $15 off a 14 […]

The honey process, explained

Have you noticed coffee has changed? Coffee has changed…specifically, the way the coffee has been processed at the farm/micro-mill. Coffee has traditionally been processed one of two ways, washed process or natural process. Both provide unique flavor profiles. When clean water is abundant coffee producers may use a washed process to separate the fruit from […]

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Acidity and Coffee

In our retail store we are often asked about acidity in coffee. While there’s not a one size fits all approach to answering this question, we have outlined a few points to consider. The term “acidity” is used a few different ways in the coffee industry. Acidity can be used to describe the bright and […]