I am guilty. I've done it a lot of times and I m sure I am not the only one. I ignored a perfectly good coffee in my home brewing shelf because I got something better, more exciting or just fresher. I've ignored that fine coffee to the point where it got stale.
Finally, here it it: the secret guide to cold brewed coffee goodness from the pros. How does Good Spirits guarantee full-on tastiness with every coffee we brew? And how can you achieve this at home too, to suit your coffee and most of all your personal taste?
Remembering this great day, when the mailman rang the bell twice to hand over a package from Hannover. The nice guys over at NIEMAND sent us a sample of their fine product. Sweet baby Jesus, we said, NIEMAND Dry Gin and BLACK MOON cold brew will be a match made in heav...
The ability to taste and smell isn't something you can read about in books, it is something you need to learn by doing. You need to actually eat and drink and smell in order to save that experience in your memory.
What if you leave out the espresso machine, the grinder and the water kettle in your coffee shop? Could you still call it a coffee shop? Me and my colleagues at Good Spirits set up a pop up cafe just like that, delicious coffee without the equipment.