The story of cold brew is an unlikely one. Shipped to Japan’s aristocracy in the 17th during the first boom of coffee, the Japanese didn’t quite know what to do with coffee beans. They ended up storing them in large ceramic jars, soaked in water.
The coffee cycle consists of three processes: growing, roasting, and brewing, or also known as extracting. A lot of the spotlight falls on this last step because it is familiar to us, which most immediately links to our daily dose of coffee.
When it comes to great coffee, most people agree that nothing beats single origin coffee. Let us tell you what precisely single origin coffee is and what is so good about it.