Entries by Anne D.

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Brewing with the Aeropress

The AeroPress may be a small coffee maker but it’s is one of the most flexible coffee makers on the market. Depending on the recipe, you can brew anything from a single cup of coffee to concentrated espresso-like coffee. The entire brewing process for the AeroPress takes about 30 seconds. After pouring coffee and hot […]

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Ethiopian Harrar is back!

It is said that absence makes the heart grow fonder. Yes, we would agree. And so we are happy for the return of Ethiopian Harrar. This is a truly unique coffee and there isn’t another region quite like Harrar. Grown near the town of Harrar in the Eastern Highlands of Ethiopia this is a natural […]

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Now Roasting: Holiday Coffees

It’s already November and that means we’re now roasting our holiday coffees for our Tasting Room and mail order customers. Jingle Bell Java: Dash through the snow then warm up with caramel, pecan and cinnamon. You’ll jingle all the way. By far the most popular coffee of the holiday season. Want to make sure you […]

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Brewing with the Hario v60

The Hario v60 is one of the easiest ways to brew coffee 1-3 cups of coffee at a time. Small and portable the Hario v60 has become a favorite brewing method for the office and for those that brew their coffee on the road. The small ridges of the v60 help the filter from sticking […]

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How to Store Coffee

You’ve taken the time to select your coffee and now you’ve brought them home. Now how do you store your coffee? Here are four helpful tips for storing your coffee beans. The original packaging does a pretty good job keeping your coffee beans fresh. When you purchase coffee from Red Cedar Coffee Co. you will […]

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Why we like single origin coffees

The term single origin means coffee that has been sourced from a farm, cooperative, coffee variety, or region. This differs from a blend which is a coffee made up of several single origin coffees. In short, we enjoy single origins because they showcase the flavors of a particular place. What creates the unique flavors of […]

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Brewing with a Chemex Coffeemaker

“What is that?” is a question we often overhear during our coffee tastings when we brew coffee using a Chemex. And for many reasons it is one of our favorite ways to brew coffee. This brew method is a piece of art that is represented in numerous art museums including the Corning Museum of Glass […]