Coffee Blog

18
May

Cowboy Coffee

Whether you're thinking about making your home on the range or simply spending a weekend roughing it in the woods (or huddled in a pillow fort in your living room), a cup of joe's always close at hand—provided you've got ground coffee and a way to boil water. Just ask a cowboy. So-called "cowboy coffee" is one of the simplest ways to brew a pot of mud, and the extraction technique it uses—called "decoction," the simple act of commingling grounds with boiling water—is the

18
May

French Cafe Frappe Recipe

A French café frappé, Paris. This is the original frappé, once a centrepiece of the French brasserie's coffee and dessert repertoires. The name comes from the French verb frapper, which, though it means "to hit" or "to strike" (maybe like a frappé in a blender), indicates "iced" or "cold" in a beverage context. The classic frappé is in most instances thinner than an American milkshake, which, confusingly, is called a "frappe" (pronounced "frap," not "fra-PAY") in Boston. In Italy a frappè al

12
May

Coastal Luxury Management

“Dean, Janet and the entire CVCRC team consistently roast delicious organic coffee. We serve it in our two restaurants and they have been long-time supporters of all of our culinary efforts including the Pebble Beach Food & Wine and Harvest Farm-To-Table.” David Alan Bernahl, II Co-Founder, Coastal Luxury Management Cannery Row Brewing Co., Restaurant 1833 Coming Soon Monterey, California www.coastalluxurymanagement.com

12
May

“As owners of a commercial flooring company, nothing says thank you to our customers like a few bags of Carmel Valley Coffee Roasting Company coffee hand delivered to their offices. We even have CVCRC put on private labels during the Holidays. It’s a great way to have our business name in our customer’s offices every day. Everyone loves it! Thank you Carmel Valley Coffee Roasting Company.” Henry & Karen Register, Southwest Interiors Phoenix, AZ