Gourmet coffee can refer to a number of different qualities - everything from the coffee being fresh roasted, to high end and hard to find coffees. Coffee such as Jamaican Blue Mountain can fetch upwards as $50/lb and Copi Luwak Coffee can fetch over $100/lb. To the average consumer however, these are overkill. What kind of person wants to eat coffee that has been through a cat's digestive system anyways?
How to Make Your Coffee Gourmet
The single best thing you can do to better improve your daily coffee is having it freshly roasted and ground. Buying pre-ground coffee off of store shelves usually gets you a flat, dull coffee that has long lost most of its' flavour. This typically means finding a specialty coffee roaster locally who either roasts their coffee daily or roasts it to order. We specialize in coffee that is roasted specifically for you - whether it's 1 pound or 5 pounds. We can ship beans either whole (if you have your own grinder) or ground for your preferred brewing method.