If you are new to the Whole Bean Coffee world and need help- the Madrinas Team put together a list of different brewing methods to make you the next all-star barista! Our Coffee Beans are only available in Whole Bean - if you don't have one, you will need a grinder! Whole Bean Coffee gives you the opportunity to make your cup of coffee the way you like it best! See below for brewing methods:
Traditional Coffee Maker: The easiest way to brew hot coffee is by using a typical coffee maker - Just set it and forget it! (But don’t forget coffee filters!
Cold Brew: If you love cold brew (and have some extra time on your hands) try using a Cold Brew Coffee Maker! Cold Brew is made without heat, which creates lower acidity for a smoother, naturally sweet taste.
French Press: If you like your coffee strong with more body, use a French Press! French Press allows you to make a cup of coffee to your individual taste. You can vary the amount of time that the coffee grounds are steeped, the type and size of grounds used, and the temperature of the water.
Pour Over: Pour Over brewing can create a more flavorful cup of coffee. The slower the water filters through the grounds, the more flavor that is extracted. If you want the prefect temperature water for your Pour Over or French Press, we recommend getting an electric kettle.
K-Cups: If you currently use k-cups & a Keurig - we recommend grinding up our Whole Beans and using a reusable k-cup in your Keurig!