Black Powder Coffee Roasting Fresh Coffee For Fundraising To Support Mission Trips In Guatemala.
About All In Guatemala Mission
All In Guatemala is a fundraising partnership with Davidson United Methodist Church.
The Guatemala mission team helping the local community in Chuguexa with supplying them what they need to create vented cooking stoves and equipment for water purification.
Fresh Roasted Coffee For A Cause
Proceeds from our All In! Guatemalan coffee supports the progress and growth of everyday necessities in which the locals need. Our donations have helped the community of Chuguexa 4, supply 35 water filters and 47 vented gas stoves. Goals of 700 water filters and 700 vented stoves are set for this year.
Interested in finding out more about fundraising and how we can partner with your non-profit to develop a positive relationship to help others? Inquire with us to see how we can help! Contact us or visit our partners page.
Shop our Coffee blends that support the mission work in Guatemala. Fresh roasted in support for the DUMC (Davidson United Methodist Church).
Limited Edition Seasonal Release
Just in time for you to enjoy for the season of LOVE! We enjoy creating new and delicious flavors and each year we look forward to our Valentine’s seasonals.
14 Karat Blend
Delicious flavors of strawberries and chocolate come out in this special blend that we created. Chocolate notes from our Sumatra Mutu Batak and hints of strawberries from our Ethiopian Sidamo Rophi to create this delicious flavor profile.
Lover’s Lane Flavored
Strong flavors of dark cherry and vanilla are created for this Valentine’s Day treat! This limited edition flavored coffee is the perfect match for the special cup of coffee that you need for the season of love!
What’s The Deal About The Cold Brew Coffee
There is no doubting that coffee is among the most popular drinks on the planet, and has been for a long time. In fact, there are 450 million cups of coffee consumed in the USA each and every day. In total, there are hundreds of billions of cups consumed around the world, and this shows no signs of slowing down.
There are hundreds of different flavors, additions and types of coffee that you can enjoy. Some like a strong coffee with no additions, while others like a more toned-down cup of joe, complete with things like milk and sugar. No matter what your flavor preference or interests, there is surely a cup of coffee that you will love.
Being that coffee has been around for centuries, it is no surprise that coffee and the industry itself has gone through a lot of changes over the years. However, one of the largest recent trends in the industry is the emergence and sudden popularity of cold brew coffee. This article is going to take a look at the history of cold brew coffee, what it is, how to make it and more.
What is Cold Brew Coffee?
As you could likely gather from its name, cold brew coffee is coffee that is brewed or steeped in room temperature to cool water for a prolonged period of time, normally from 12 to 24 hours. The coffee grounds will be soaked in water and then filtered out once the desired taste and strength have been reached. Cold brew is generally more mellow and full-bodied than standard brewing methods, and this is largely due to the fact that cold water is used.
However, it is important to know that cold brew coffee is different from iced coffee. Iced coffee is just regularly brewed coffee that is allowed to cool down, and then has ice added to it, so is very different from cold brew, and the tastes of each will reflect that.
The coffee concentrate you get when steeping the coffee grounds in cold water is very often combined with things like milk or water. Also, there is no rule saying that cold brew coffee is to be sold and consumed cold, as that only refers to the method in which it is created.
Also, while the cold brew craze only materialized over the last few years, it has actually been around for quite a while. While it used to be very artisanal and niche, you can now find cold brew coffee cans in retailers all over the world and many coffee shops of all shapes and sizes sell it as well.
Benefits of Cold Brew Coffee?
So now that you know a little bit about cold brew coffee, what are some of the benefits of the coffee compared to standard brews? Well, there are plenty of them, including:
- Cold brew is much less acidic than regular coffee, because less oils are released during brewing. This lower acidity also means cold brew is sweeter than hot brew, which means you likely will need less extras like sugar, which aren’t all that healthy for you.
- Cold brews are also rich in antioxidants because there is less heat-triggered extraction of chlorogenic acid from coffee beans, which help your body fight off disease.
- Cold brew is very easy to make as all you need are some grounds and some room temperature or cool water. Sure, the process of cold brewing can take a while, but the process can often lead to large quantities of coffee being made, which can last multiple days.
- Cold brew coffee generally contains less caffeine than hot brewed coffee. While caffeine isn’t all that bad, it is an addictive substance that can increase your risk of certain diseases like osteoporosis.
Many would argue that a better and more toned-down taste is a benefit, but that is completely subjective as everyone has different tastes.
How to Make Cold Brew Coffee?
As you can see, there are quite a few different reasons to choose cold brew coffee over traditional kinds of coffee, so now, how do you make it? Well because of the popularity of the cold brew trend and the relatively simple process that is involved in it, there are actually many different ways you can prepare cold brew coffee for yourself at home.
You can use a specially designed cold brew maker, a french press, a mason jar and a wide range of other things. It is definitely among the simplest ways to make coffee, which could be part of the reason why it has become so popular.
Hopefully this article has helped you understand a little bit more about the cold brew coffee craze and what the coffee is and more. If you want some more information on cold brew, be sure to check out this in-depth guide from Home Grounds.