COFFEE GIZMO: Artisanal Coffee – Brewseful App

COFFEE GIZMO: Artisanal Coffee – Brewseful App

 H ow about a new coffee gizmo that you don’t have to pay for (well, if you already have an iPhone)? Kevin Zweerwink gives you one in Brewseful; a simple timer app for brewing artisanal coffee now available for free on the Apple App Store. [vimeo id=”92414341″ align=”center” mode=”normal”] Brewseful’s app interface gives coffee enthusiasts a minimal and simple timer to easily keep track of their brewing times. You can add events partway through the brew time, calculate water:grounds ratios, and save custom brew timers to use again later. The app’s user interface is designed with a stark black and white contrast with large numbers, clear alert sounds and a green progress indicator, all of which make it easy to keep your attention on your coffee. This new app gives you a gizmo that’s FREE (AWESOME) and takes up no additional space on your countertops or in your bags. Brewseful lets you specify your preferred coffee-to-water ratio, cup size and even coarseness of the grind and save these as presets. This allows you to have a go-to for Chemex brewing that’s completely different from your setting for pour-over — each of which can be further fine-tuned to take the particulars of various roasts and blends into account. Giving even more control, Brewseful’s handy “event” sliders indicate when the pouring begins and ends, when to stir and finally, when it’s ready to enjoy, promising a perfectly customized cup every time cialis canada. You can take your artisanal brewing to the next level now by downloading the app here on the iTunes store for free. Fine tune timing & add custom...
COFFEE GIZMO: The Manual Coffeemaker for Pour Over Coffee

COFFEE GIZMO: The Manual Coffeemaker for Pour Over Coffee

We brew the majority of our coffee in our shop using the pour over method. Traditional electric coffeemakers make it so easy to brew a cup of coffee, but they remove you from the process – taking it out of your hands and resulting in coffee that tastes mass-produced. For that reason alone, pour-over brewing has become the go-to method among people who really care about their coffee. The Manual Coffeemaker is a pour over coffee gizmo that puts the control back in your hands, letting you brew individual cups that perfectly suit your taste cialis 20mg en france. The “contraption” is handcrafted from double-wall sculpted glass, letting you view the process while holding in all the necessary heat. All you have to do is place a filter into the funnel at the top, pour water over the grounds, and let it fill the included carafe. The Manual Coffeemaker brews one cup at a time, making it perfect for small offices or individual use. The Manual Coffeemaker finished its backing campaign today on Kickstarter, garnering over $100,000 in funding. It’s not too late for you to jump in on this project just because the campaign is over. Check out the video below and visit their website to pre-order your Manual Coffeemaker for $80...
Memorization of Scripture Through Music

Memorization of Scripture Through Music

Indelible Worship was created in 2011 and is part of The Common Thread Community generic cialis jelly. The band is a collective of musicians that are spread throughout Common Thread and is led by Taylor McCall, who is an Elder of the church in Five Points. They released their first album, Glory to Glory, in 2011 – which can be downloaded free online. Over the last few years, the band has been working on The Indelible Project, which is “designed to facilitate the memorization of Scripture through music.” The Indelible Project’s First Book Is Set to Launch in October Indelible Worship will be releasing the first book – James – to the public on October 1. Additional details surrounding the release will be announced at a later time. In addition to the Book of James, the band has already completed 1st Timothy and is in the process of finishing Jude – both of which will be released in the near future. When asked to describe The Indelible Project in a few words, band leader Taylor McCall said, “[It is]a soundtrack to the Word of God.” Band member Rob Lee added, “A musical project to promote the Word being hidden in our hearts and sung over us.” Indelible Worship and The Common Thread Community is excited about the upcoming release and hopes the music will assist with helping people across the world with the memorization of scripture in an enjoyable way. To learn more about Indelible Worship or The Indelible Project contact them...