At Science of Coffee, we’re passionate about all things coffee, from the bean growing to the brewing processes, from the grind to the packaging. And we love to share what we know with fellow coffee lovers – for what would the world be without this most delicious brew?
At Science of Coffee, we understand that making that perfect cup of coffee is an art and a science – you need to start with top quality coffee (sourced and crafted from only the very best beans) and then use the right equipment to ensure you get the most out of your bean and brew.
At Science of Coffee, we are champions of Direct Trade. But what does that mean and why do we care?
Direct Trade occurs when coffee roasters buy (most often single origin coffee) directly from coffee farmers. The roaster pays the farmer for their coffee beans, establishing a direct relationship with them. This cuts out middle men, as well as regulatory organisations, with the aim of delivering a great product while respecting the farmers’ livelihood.
Have you ever had a bad cup of coffee and wondered what went wrong? As any barista worth his bean will tell you brewing the perfect cup is an art – in fact, we’d say it’s a science.
So, how to make sure you get that perfect cup every time? It might surprise you to know that it doesn’t take the fanciest equipment to make a great cup of coffee – a Chemex coffee maker, Aeropress, or French press will do the job. However, it does take some knowledge and the right blend of select ingredients.