Everything You Want To Know About Ethiopian Coffee, But Are Afraid To Ask.

Everything You Want To Know About Ethiopian Coffee, But Are Afraid To Ask.

by Zoe Maiden March 07, 2019 2 min read

 As some of you may know, Ethiopian coffees are always my favorite. A dry-processed, fruit forward Ethiopian bean is always a winner in my book. For many years, they have been the world's best-reviewed single-origin premium coffee beans. As the 5th largest coffee producer in the world, Ethiopia has mastered the art of harvesting and processing the beans and the flavor profiles are perfectly complex and delicious.
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The Decaf Process and How it Works

The Decaf Process and How it Works

by Zoe Maiden February 14, 2019 2 min read

Decaffeinated coffees often get a bad rap, and for a while, we were those people that saw decaf coffee as lesser than the real deal, but we have realized now, after searching long and hard for quality decaf beans, that this is far from the truth. A high-quality decaf coffee, when roasted correctly, can actually taste like regular coffee!
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This Latin American Country Produces Our Best-Selling Coffee

This Latin American Country Produces Our Best-Selling Coffee

by Zoe Maiden January 15, 2019 3 min read

 We have offered a variety of Latin American coffees, but the country that continually becomes a top-seller is Guatemala. Guatemala is one of the world's largest high-quality coffee producers. Their coffee is the perfect balance of bold and sweet, with a pleasant acidity and complex flavor notes. The versatile flavor notes allow the beans to appeal to a wide range of people. 
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A History And Brief Overview of the Colombian Coffee Growing Region

A History And Brief Overview of the Colombian Coffee Growing Region

by Zoe Maiden January 14, 2019 4 min read

Colombian coffees have been a staple at Sagebrush since the very beginning. I continue to offer them on the site because they are versatile, incredibly smooth to drink and often sell very well. If you drink coffee, which why else would you be reading this, you have most likely had a cup of Colombian coffee in your lifetime. Many restaurants serve a Colombian blend for their morning coffee, and the origin is usually a top seller at grocery stores. So why are Colombian coffees so accessible and well-liked?
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A Guide to Gifting Coffee From Sagebrush Coffee

A Guide to Gifting Coffee From Sagebrush Coffee

by Zoe Maiden December 01, 2018 5 min read

We at Sagebrush understand how challenging thinking up a creative gift can be, and we would love to make the process easier for you. Socks and gift cards are nice, but why not change it up and give the gift of high-quality coffee. Your loved ones will start their mornings with a delicious brew and each sip will remind them of the person that gifted it. Now, figuring out which coffee to purchase is the next challenge. Since we know how overwhelming that decision can be, we decided to create a helpful guide on how to pick the perfect coffee gift.
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The Chemex Coffee Brewer Will Bring You A Bright, Nuanced, Perfect Cup Of Coffee.

The Chemex Coffee Brewer Will Bring You A Bright, Nuanced, Perfect Cup Of Coffee.

by Jenna Kellso September 07, 2018 4 min read

For people who think of coffee as a bit ‘one-note’ or bland, a well-prepared cup of African coffee can come as a big surprise.  There truly is a vibrancy and depth of flavor that is rarely found in a can of pre-ground coffee or an urn. 
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Out of Stock

Out of Stock

by Matthew Kellso September 01, 2018 2 min read

Oh, No!  It seems like you have been searching for a Sagebrush Coffee product that is no longer in stock.  We are sorry.

No one gets more frustrated about out of stock products than we do!  We wish we could continue to offer the same great products to our customers year in and year out.  Unfortunately, we can not, and there are a few reasons why...

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Kenyan Coffee, The Organization of the Beans and Industry In A Country That Needs These Crops.

Kenyan Coffee, The Organization of the Beans and Industry In A Country That Needs These Crops.

by Jenna Kellso August 17, 2018 5 min read

In the article posted last week, I introduced the readers to my study of the African coffee region.  I wanted to continue looking at the area but focus on one country and share a bit of the unique perspective on coffee growth and production offered by that country. 
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A Little Research About The African Coffee Growing Region

A Little Research About The African Coffee Growing Region

by Jenna Kellso August 10, 2018 4 min read

“I would like your first writing assignment to be about coffee regions.”

My husband and assigning editor quickly back-pedaled “I know that’s not a very exciting topic...”

I’m not sure if it was the look on my face or his genuine feeling on the topic that prompted the follow-up statement, but I had to agree that it was not the type of topic I was expecting as we set out to begin growing the information section of SagebrushCoffee.com

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What is Cold Brew & Why is it the Buzz of the Coffee World?

What is Cold Brew & Why is it the Buzz of the Coffee World?

by Zoe Maiden July 20, 2018 3 min read

Many people believe that the only way to enjoy a cold cup of coffee is adding ice to brewed coffee or purchasing a blended beverage from a coffee chain. Although those are both legitimate options, there is another method that has been thriving in the coffee world and may be my personal favorite. This chilled treat is called Cold Brew. 
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Coffee Grinds Explained

We currently offer 4 different coffee grind levels.  Listed below with descriptions.

Whole Bean: Unground coffee for a home grinder.

Coarse: Think sugar in the raw, maybe more coarse, recommended for Chemex Brewer, French Press, Cold Brew

Medium: Slightly coarser than table salt, recommended for Metal Kone filters, Flat bottom brewers including Kalitta, Cloth filters

Fine:  Slightly finer than table salt, recommended for V60 pour overs, Cone filter coffee pots, Moka Pot, Aeropress.

Extra Fine: Like powdered sugar, recommended for Espresso.

If at all possible, we recommend grinding at home. We prefer Baratza coffee grinders and offer several of their models for sale. Click here to shop for one of their brewers.