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Grind Size for all brew methods

Grind Size for all brew methods

Nailing your coffee grind is the key to an amazing cup of coffee. Different brew methods require different sized grind to ensure you are getting enough contact between the brew water and coffee grounds. We are going to run through the most common brew methods people use to make coffee and the cor...
JX-Pro VS Comandate hand grinder

JX Pro VS Comandante

JX Pro vs Comandante The Comandante C40 has been the gold standard for hand grinders for many years now and was one of the first grinders to hit this upper echelon of high end hand grinders. However since the release of its infamous mark 3 version there have been many other hand grinders enterin...
Intro to Coffee Roasting, beginners guide for basic bitches

Intro to Coffee Roasting, beginners guide for basic bitches

Coffee roasting is the process of turning the green coffee beans supplied to us from farms and processing facilities across the world into the brown and fragrant beans we associate with a delicious cup of coffee. For the purpose of this article we will focus on coffee roasting but if you’d like t...
How We Source Our Coffee

How We Source Our Coffee

Traceability and sustainability in coffee has always been very important to us at Grouch and Co and for that reason we’ve always maintained direct trade relationships with farms, buying high grade green beans at well above commodity prices.  Fair Trade vs. Direct Trade Direct traded coffee diffe...
What is the best way to store your coffee beans?

What is the best way to store your coffee beans?

Great, you've just invested in your first bag of specialty coffee, made yourself a bangin’ pour over and now you find yourself standing in front of the fridge wondering if you should be putting that open bag of coffee in there.  Let's cover the basics: The taste you will get from coffee will chan...
Coffee Processing

Coffee Processing

Coffee production is described in a number of ways that work to describe the process of fermentation the coffee has undergone and the type of flavours we can expect in the cup. But before talking about processing methods, let's talk about the green bean. Coffee, when grown resembles a cherry and ...