We’ve been working with our friends over at Food52, teaching them a bit about brewing better. Today’s installment in The Perfect Cup series: How to brew a Chemex. Read the post over here.
Ideal for the traveling or wilderness types, or those looking for a durable, portable, hard-knock coffee brewing experience. This kit comes with a Porlex mini burr grinder, Snow Peak coffee dripper, our new enamel mug, filters, and bag of Hair Bender. Bon Voyage!
This is a perfect basic pour over set-up for the home brewer. It includes the lovable Bee House dripper (a breeze to use and brewer of a great medium-bodied cup), the Hario ceramic burr grinder, Bonavita gooseneck kettle, filters, ceramic military mug and a bag of Hair Bender. Keep calm and journey on.
The Chemist kit is ideal for those exacting, Chemex-loving brewers among us. The Chemex is known for it’s classic, high-design and its lab-grade filter, which collects many of the oils and fines and allows for a bright, clean cup. This kit comes with the Chemex glass handle coffeemaker, filters, a Baratza Encore electric grinder, Bonavita gooseneck kettle, ceramic military mug, bag of Hair Bender and pocket scale to see how things measure up.
This is the kit for the touch and go types or those who want to make killer coffee for a crowd. It includes the Bonavita Thermal Carafe Brewer (the best in its field because of its ability to regulate temperature), filters, a Baratza Virtuoso electric burr grinder, ceramic military mug, pocket scale, and a bag of Hair Bender. Party on dudes.
We are deeply saddened to hear that Ace Hotel founder Alex Calderwood has passed away. He was a true visionary and an inspiration to all of us at Stumptown. Sending our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Today Joni Mitchell turns 70.
She’s widely considered to be one of the most influential female recording artists of the 20th century, and tends to spin on morning rotation in many of our cafes in the blue days of winter. Cheers to you, Ms. Mitchell. Hope you’re out wrecking your stockings in some jukebox dive.