What’s the difference between Kona and Kona Blend

What’s the difference between Kona and Kona Blend

Similar to champagne, Kona coffee comes from Kona, a specific region on the big island of Hawaii. Other islands grow coffee, but no other coffee can be call Kona, with exception of a KONA blend. What’s The Big Deal This coffee is a big deal. It is a unique type...
Coffee Processing: Washed method

Coffee Processing: Washed method

Did you know that processing coffee is as important as tree variety and roasting when it comes to quality flavor? When Americans shop for coffee, we tend to focus on where it comes from as an indicator for taste. If we had one great coffee from Colombia, we assume...

Elevation and its affect on coffee taste

In the coffee industry, we often talk about elevation. We list it on all of our single origin coffees labels at A&E. This information can tell you a lot about the coffee you’re buying if you know what it means. How does elevation affect taste? Elevation ...
Coffee Culture on the Mountainside

Coffee Culture on the Mountainside

Our coffee ambassador When Emeran and I visited La Voz Coffee Cooperativa along the shore of Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, we had the privilege of being guided up the Nariz mountainside by a coffee farmer named Erwin. Erwin was the type of person who can bridge cultures....
Coffee Bean Flour {Treat yourself}

Coffee Bean Flour {Treat yourself}

Something green is cooking at A&E Coffee beans? Well, yes.  Always. Right now I’m referring to coffee beans that are left a little more green and then used in baking. Dan Perlman, a Brandeis professor, recently discovered a way to use lightly roasted coffee beans...
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