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.
Did you know that some of the best (or at least most expensive) coffee in the world comes from this little critter? This little guy (or possibly gal) is an Asian Palm Civet, which is also often called a toddy cat. Typically, they weigh anywhere between 4 and 11 pounds and are omnivores by nature. Available at Seeds April 14 while supplies last.
Despite the large number of coffee consumers within the country, a small percentage of them know about the flavor wheel for coffee. For the last eighteen years, those who have utilized a flavor wheel have turned to the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Now, however, Counter Culture Coffee has their own version of the wheel
At Seeds, everything essentially starts and stops with the coffee roasting process. In fact, we have found that to be true with most coffee shops that do their own roasting. How you roast ultimately determines the environment of your café, including everything from your customers to the style and décor of your shop. Learn more about how we roast our coffee.
We’re humbled to announce that our own Jeff Huey has been nominated for the 2013 Epoch Awards, which honor unsung heroes who are committed to helping those across the world to “serve where poverty, drought, HIV/AIDS, sex trafficking, homelessness, and fear reign.” Learn more about the nomination and the mission of Seeds.
Indelible Worship was created in 2011 and is part of The Common Thread Community. 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 have a new album, James, which puts the book to music to help with the memorization of scripture.