Coffee Beans




Colombia, La Palmera
Origin: Pedegral, Colombia


Toffee and toasted sugar are key elements of La Palmera’s taste, often verging on panela sugar of Latin America. The acidity is green grape, which is such a nice compliment to the juicy body that this coffee offers. A flavor of fine Dutch cocoa really becomes apparent in the finish.

Ethiopia, Chire
Origin: Sidamo, Ethiopia

This roast has flavors of currant, honey, and lime juice.


Brazil, Agua Preta
Origin: Chapada Diamantina, Bahia
(Intelligentsia Coffee)

This cup is soft and sweet, the velvety mouth feel supporting flavors of green apple, pomegranate, with sugar cane and cardamom in the finish.The clean, nuanced acidity of blood oranges layered with dried apricots and baking spices produces a level of complexity that exemplifies the very best of what Brazilian coffees have to offer.

Ecuador, Loja
Origin: Loja, Ecuador
(Intelligentsia Coffee)

It has vibrant flavors of persimmon and golden raisin, an intense maple sweetness , and buttery body that reminds us of lemon cheesecake.



Black Cat Espresso
Origin: Brazil, Guatemala, and El Salvador 
(Intelligentsia Coffee)

This syrupy and sweet blend has been the staple of our lineup since the very beginning. The Black Cat Classic Espresso’s hallmark is its supreme balance and wonderful sweetness.

Single Origin Guest Espresso: Brazil, Piata
Origin: Chapada Diamantina, Bahia
(Intelligentsia Coffee)

The espresso tastes like melon, green apple, and fig and has a remarkably smooth body and clean finish.


Chemex Brewing:

1. Place pre-wet filter in the Chemex brewer

2. Grind 55g ground coffee to a medium fine grind

3. Heat 24 oz of hot water to a slow boil

4. Begin pre-infusion of the coffee by pouring 4 oz of water onto the grounds as evenly as possible

5. Allow the grounds to “bloom”, expanding as the water is absorbed. Once the “bloom” begins to fall, evenly pour the water over the grounds in a spiral fashion starting in the center of the chamber working your way to the outer edge

6. As the water in the top chamber begins to transfer into the bottom chamber, maintain a consistent water level in the top chamber. This will require multiple pours.

7. Once all of the pre-dosed water has been distributed to the top chamber, allow 1-2 minutes for the brew to complete and the coffee to transfer into the bottom chamber.

8. Remove the filter


Pour Over:

1. Weigh out 22 grams of coffee

2. Grind 22 grams of coffee to a medium/coarse grind and place into a #4 filter

4. Place filter & coffee into the dripper and set it on a scale

5. Set timer to 2:30

6. Heat up kettle with 11.5 oz of water; start timer as you pour 2 oz water onto the grounds, try to get them all wet

7. Give the coffee 30 seconds to bloom, in the meantime dump and refill kettle (all the way)

8. Once the bloom is done, add remaining 9.5 oz of water, agitating the coffee as you pour

9. Cover with a plate and wait for timer to sound

10. Place dripper on pre-heated mug or 12 oz paper cup.

11. Cover with a plate and wait for timer to sound

12. After approximately 1 minute (when coffee has finished dripping) – SERVE THE COFFEE, do not let it sit on the bar and get cold!


French Press:

1. Weigh out 30 grams of coffee for a 16 oz french press (60 grams for a 32 oz press)

2. Warm press with water.

3. Grind the 30/60 grams you’ve weighed out into a paper cup.

4. Make sure press is empty. Pour grounds from cup into press (make sure to get them all)

5. Set timer to 3:30 and start timer as you pour water directly from water tap onto the grounds, just enough to get the ground wet.

6. Let the grounds bloom for 30 seconds

7. Fill with water from the water tower, making sure you agitate the grounds as you pour. When full, give the top a stir.

8. Cover with a plate and wait for timer to sound


Syphon Brewing:

1. Place bowl on scale to the G setting and weigh out 400 grams.

2. Wet the filter and attach it to the upper glass bowl stem.

3. Gently and snugly place the stem into the lower bowl.

4. Place it evenly under the lower bowl.

5. The vapor pressure will cause the water to heat and travel up the syphon into the upper glass bowl.

6. Lower the heat of the Bunsen burner to a lower setting.

7. Add coffee into the water/ start your timer/ agitate coffee back and fourth to make sure all grounds are wet.

8. Gently stir coffee twice more during extraction.

9. When the timer goes off turn off the burner and give one last final stir around the sides of the upper glass bowl.