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Equipment at home

We have plenty of coffee equipment for home brewing so that both filter coffee and espresso can be brewed.



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Aerobie Aeropress A80
Sale price$30.00 USD
Chemex Classic
Sale price$40.00 USD
V60 Range Server 600 Clear
Sale priceFrom $25.00 USD
Hario 800 ml Termokande Sort
Sale price$42.00 USD
Huskee 1 Cup with Lid - 12oz
Sale price$17.00 USD
Huskee 1 cup with lid - 6oz
Sale price$13.00 USD
Huskee 1 Cup with Lid - 8oz
Sale price$14.00 USD
Huskee 4pack without lid - 12oz
Sale price$48.00 USD
Huskee 4pack without lid - 6oz
Sale price$36.00 USD
Huskee 4pack without lid - 8oz
Sale price$41.00 USD
Huskee Lid 4pack
Sale price$16.00 USD
RattleWare Milk Jug 32oz/1000ml
Sale price$30.00 USD
Rhino Barista Cloth Set
Sale price$15.00 USD
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Rhino Knock Chute
Sale price$59.00 USD
Rhino Knock Chute replacement bar
Sale price$12.00 USD
Urnex Bio Cafiza
Sale price$16.00 USD

We're geeks so you don't have to be

Brewing the perfect cup of coffee

Anyone can brew a good cup of coffee – it just requires fresh coffee beans and a good guide.

We know it well when the coffee doesn't taste quite as good as it actually could. That's why we've put together a series of guides for the perfect cup, regardless of which brewing method you use.

It tastes best when the beans are of high quality and roasted gently, so that the sweetness and characteristic flavor of the coffee bean is preserved. Our coffees are from micro lots all over the world, carefully selected and gently profile roasted to the light side, which is why they are really good for hand brewing. We omni-roast all our coffees, so you can brew them exactly as you want - whether you prefer a light and delicious Hario V60 hand brew, or you want to let your espresso machine do the work.

It may come as a surprise, but the quality of the water also matters a lot for the outcome of your coffee. Therefore, we always recommend that you use filtered water when brewing coffee.

In addition, you can also go a long way with a good coffee grinder. It can vary from coffee to coffee, how coarse or fine it should be ground. It is therefore a good idea to use a grinder where you can change the degree of grinding.

We have plenty more tips and tricks to share, but we know that a good cup of coffee can take a while. We collected our ultimate brewing tips and brewing guides here.


We're geeks so you don't have to be

It takes over 10,000 hours to become really good at something. Since 2014, we have spent every waking minute specializing and upskilling ourselves in coffee.

Our foremost mission is to make the coffee adventure easily accessible and simple for you. But of course we also love it when you want to geek out with us.

That is why we have made brewing guides for you.