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Countdown!

Spirits are high here at the roastery, to say the least....  We have been busy experimenting and have come up with a whole new coffee experience. Move out of the way morning coffee, here comes a whole new cup of joe!  Your new coffee treat is set to launch October 31st. Pre-orders will be available 2 weeks beforehand.  A limited quantity will be available, hence the pre-orders. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with the sneak peeks and spoilers! @atlinmtncoffee Talk soon!

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Coffee grind Size, and why it makes a difference

Coffee Grind - What Is the Proper Grind Size and How It Affects Your Cup? Coffee is a versatile ingredient. The same ingredient can be turned into various drinks ranging from strong and pungent tasting to light and delicate on your palate. All these flavors can be obtained by tweaking the brewing variables such as grind size, water temperature, and extraction time. The result of these variables is the extraction, Atlin Mountain Coffee Roasters has a post about it here. A very often ignored variable in home coffee brewing is the grind size. Grind size can make or break your cup, but not for the reasons you might think. I’ll explain in a bit. The three variables of the extraction...

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Coffee brewing: Extraction.

What happens when you mix water and coffee? Coffee extraction! In this post we will discuss extraction,  brewing ratios and the importance of a proper grind. Strength of coffee has to do with water to grounds ratio. The more grounds and the less water are used for brewing, the stronger your coffee gets. Coffee strength preferences are very personal.

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Coffee brewing: Extraction.

What happens when you mix water and coffee? Coffee extraction! In this post we will discuss extraction,  brewing ratios and the importance of a proper grind. Strength of coffee has to do with water to grounds ratio. The more grounds and the less water are used for brewing, the stronger your coffee gets. Coffee strength preferences are very personal.

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