You found us! Yes, this is the same Coffee Barrel you have been ordering from since our website was activated back in 2007. The old site was antiquated and difficult to manage. Because we have hundreds of products and variations of most products, we finally found a way to offer a user friendly site for you. Stick with us while we work out the bugs. Create your account either at checkout or initially. Your orders .
Many people wonder if they can pick up gift baskets in the cafe, or if you can order a gift box to be sent to a loved one or special client. The answer is YES! With a day or two notice, we will package up coffees and other treats for that special someone in a festive shipping box or hand basket. You can even have us hand-write a note to go in it! Simply .
Want that perfect gift? Select from any of our flavors each month for your enjoyment. Choose 3, 6, or 12 months of delivery service. We promise it will leave a warm and lasting impression. The selected package will consist of one 1 lb., whole bean or ground coffee. Includes shipping in the mid-west region of the US. Outlying regions will be charged additional shipping. Contact us to start your subscription today! Or go to Your .
Please store your coffees whole bean and grind just before brewing. —What to Avoid in Coffee Storage | Air (oxygen is the enemy) | Moisture | Heat | Light —Coffee Container Types— Glass, ceramic or stainless steel containers with airtight gaskets are ideal for storing coffee. Opaque, airtight containers are best for counter top storage. —Coffee Storage Locations— Cool, dark, dry places (such as pantries and cabinets) are best for coffee storage. Freezers should be .
Coffee is everywhere, through history and across the world. And increasingly, science is demonstrating that its popularity is a good thing. Harvard scientists have for years put coffee under the microscope. Last year, researchers announced they had discovered six new human genes related to coffee and reconfirmed the existence of two others. The long-running Nurses’ Health Study has found that coffee protects against type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Researchers are continuing to follow up on .
Chai is a generic word for spiced tea in many parts of the world. In the United States it means a sweet, exotic mix of milk, tea and spices. Traditionally a mix of sweet and savory spices such as clove, cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, peppercorn, ginger and fennel are ground and boiled in water. Then black tea is added to the spice mixture which is steeped, added to milk and then sweetened with honey. In .
Organic— The organic label is regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture which requires proof that the product is produced without the use of synthetic chemicals or pesticides. The producer must also show a plan that addresses issues of bio-diversity, watershed management and the creation of buffer zones to prevent any cross contamination in growing or processing of the coffee. Fair Trade— Fair Trade certification is an effort to improve the lives of workers and .
Ever wonder how coffee is prepared and consumed around the world? How do you ask for a coffee in another country? What is a Yuanyang and where can it take you? Mixing coffee and world travel is definitely a great idea. Here’s a compilation of facts, habits and history surrounding one of the most universal drinks ever – from all over the globe. Italy is the country with more cafes per capita in the .