New Page Added – What’s on the Roasting Log

New Page Added – What’s on the Roasting Log

Posted by on Nov 25, 2017 in Blog, Feature News

Something We Were Waiting To Tell You So in this edition of the Roasting Log, we have added a new page under “Responsibly Harvested.” We have done this to communicate the new arrivals of coffee and what is no longer on our shelves. As a fresh crop roaster, we are constantly varying our single origin beans which impacts our blends. Lots of people ask “What’s New,” for us there are so many changes during crop cycles that it is difficult to communicate them to our costumers. This is why we have added the page “On the Roasting Log.” Crop Cycles Each crop cycle is four to eight weeks and all beans have  different outcome each time. It takes a lot of work in sample roasting to pick the right ones for taste. We normally are able to pick one of three options on samples.  Now thankfully the entire markets has become more transparent on farm names to allow us to provide confidence in our selections. As always, try new things and see the variety available in craft coffee. Never settle for lack of variety in life. The taste in the variety of coffee is maximized when you drink Black Coffee. But the beans can handle some additives like cream and sugar to find your perfect brew. On the Roasting Log...

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Charleston Coffee Cup

Charleston Coffee Cup

Posted by on Nov 5, 2017 in Event, Feature News

Black Powder Participated in the 4th Annual Charleston Coffee Cup in South Carolina on November 5, 2017. This event was an amazing way to meet 1,000 avid coffee lovers. We had performed pour-overs with the ChemEx system using Bourbon Infused coffee (Customer Favorite), Colombian, One-Eyed Jack, and Ethiopian Yirgacheffe...

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