I drink a shit-ton of coffee. Single origin to blends, local roasters to Starbucks, pretty much the gamut. If they brew it , I will come...☕️
I run a lot of local roasts through my espresso machine & chemex at home, choosing different beans for different days... And if that doesn’t sound pretentious enough, now I’ve discovered the art of home roasting green coffee beans!
All jokes aside, I’m proud to nerd out on some coffee. Different varietals, roasts, and extraction methods are interesting AF to me.
I want to give a shout out to one of my new favorite stores I stumbled upon recently @diycoffeeroasting . I chatted for about 30 minutes with Dirk in their shop, and he gave me all the info I need to start roasting at home. I appreciate when someone is passionate about their craft, and the folks @diycoffeeroasting certainly are!
Pictured here: 1) Options in shop for green beans ready to roast. 2) Walter White looking extraction set-ups 3) First beans I tried from Bali, exotic & nuanced flavors, naturally processed, Instead of washed. 4) green beans. 5) roasted beans.