When you sip your morning coffee, you are on the receiving end of a Hobbit-worthy journey. A lowly pit of a coffee cherry travels many miles, through many hands, and climactically transforms into noble deliciousness. The specialty coffee movement honors that story of the bean and ensures it remains a good story for everyone involved. That’s what makes specialty coffee so special. The people are valued, the process is ethical, and the product is delightful.
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A deeper understanding of what goes into providing you with your morning coffee can enhance your experience, educate your purchasing, and enrich your perspective. So, let’s get to the heart of the matter—well, we should say the bean of the matter because at the heart of every coffee cherry is a coffee bean.
If you’re looking to get serious about your coffee game at home, one of the first investments you should consider purchasing is a quality grinder. But, from blade grinders and burr grinders to the excitable guy-at-the-club-grinder, it can be easy to get tangled in a web of internet search results.
We all know that even in quarantine, people need their coffee, so we asked the coffee professionals in our home community of Lansing, MI to weigh in.