Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Gusta Java coffee


One of my favorite local businesses is Gusta Java (blogged about here). They roast the coffee here in town, and also have a drive-thru cafe. I finally decided to try making some of their coffee at home and I went with the Zimbabwe (thanks, Anna!)



I got it ground there and had them leave it pretty course for my French press. It takes a little more time, but I love the process of using the press! It's just so relaxing in the morning, and I don't have to worry about leaving it on. The drawback is that it cools down a lot quicker, so I'm looking for a cozy to put around it. If anyone has a good suggestion for one, feel free to let me know in the comments.



yummmmmmmm. I just finished the Zimbabwe coffee today and tomorrow I will make Tanzanian Peaberry! My buddy Joe picked it out for me, so if I don't like it, I blame him. If anyone wants to try some of Gusta's coffee, check out their website to order, or email me and we can work out a way for me to get some to you.

4 comments:

Holly said...

Girl, I am a coffee freak! How appropriate that I should come across this post as I'm having my morning coffee. I will check out their website for sure! It's always nice to find a new brand that you love.

As a side note, I've heard French press is the way to go. It sounds like you would agree with that! Where is the best place to buy one in your opinion?

b. said...

that is just about the cutest kettle ever!

x.

cb said...

hmmm french press...so good! i am dying for some yummy coffee! the disney cruise makes some super yummy food but the coffee there is no bueno! one of my favorite things on the weekends is having my coffee in my owl cup of course!

xo,
cb

Morgan and Lua said...

Such a great way to start the day. I use a French press too, but I use mine for tea in the morning. It's so convenient that your favorite coffee shop has a drive through!

I really like your teapot! Where did you pick it up? I've been looking for a smaller one since the full sized pots are just too big to store in my tiny apartment.
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