Spring Cleaning!

The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, we’re adding ice to our coffee…spring is officially here! People often take this time of year to re-organize and tidy up the house, but this also applies to your coffee/tea brewers, machines, grinders, and dispensers! Whether you are working with commercial equipment or brewing from your own home,…

April Coffee and Tea Specials

Teas This month, we want to highlight some of our unique teas! Our wide variety of teas can sometimes be overwhelming to customers and they find themselves reaching for the same kind time and time again. Though your go-to tea flavor may be tried and true, it is never too  late to try something new!…

March Coffee and Tea Specials

The breezes are cooler, the flowers are blooming, and St. Patrick’s day decor is sprinkled everywhere…it must be March already! Our team has picked out their favorite tea and coffee recommendations for the month. Whether you are entertaining for St. Patty’s Day or looking to switch up your usual order, these flavors and blends will…

Back to Tradition: A Tea Refresher Course

Tea comes in all kinds of varieties. Black, green, yellow, and white teas are all made from the same variety of tea plant, called Camellia sinesis. After the leaves are harvested, they are withered and processed. CTC (cut, tear, curl) and Orthodox are the two types of processing.  The Orthodox processing method rolls out the…

Tea Brewing Guides

Brewing tea from home is an excellent way to start your morning or end a long day. There are several methods of brewing teas, but keeping in mind the type of tea you are using is key. Each type of tea (black, green, white, tisane (herbal/fruit), oolong) has different requirements to produce the best tasting…

Coffee Brewing Guides

Here are all of our at-home coffee brewing guides for the best quality coffee. Everything starts with the right coffee. Note- when ordering ground coffee on our website, select the following grind depending on what brewing method you use: Auto-Drip (medium fine) French Press (coarse) Espresso (fine) Pour Over Tools pour-over brewing device 2# paper…

Coffee Facts to Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner Small-talk.

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! We will all be reflecting on family, friends, and the things we are grateful for in our own lives. You may be familiar with the first Thanksgiving story- but have you heard of the story about how coffee became popularized in the U.S.? Read on if you want to…

Cozy Coffee & Tea Recipes for Fall

As we’ve settled into the fall season, pumpkin spice has found it’s way back into out lives yet again. Pumpkin spice may be the most famous fall flavor, but we feel as though there are other understated flavors that deserve some time in the limelight this season. Sometimes, the smell of warm spices in the…

Fall Coffee Harvest

Fall has finally arrived! Though we are still waiting for cooler weather here in Arizona, several coffee exporting countries are now experiencing the perfect temperatures for coffee growing.tart formatting. Coffee is just like any other crop. During certain months, the fruit is ripe and promises the most flavor. Other times, it is either in the…

Seed to Cup: Coffee’s Harvesting and Processing Journey

According to the International Coffee Organization (ICO) in London, the world consumed over ten and a half billion kilos of coffee last year alone. With an industry worth billions of dollars, coffee is the most exported product in the world behind crude oil. This week we will be taking a look at the harvesting and…