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Coffee Storage

Coffee Storage

Here are some elements to avoid when storing your coffee in order to make it stay fresh longer. Although at Calusa we recommend that you only by enough coffee in small amounts in order for you too always have fresh roasted coffee available. We also recommend that you...

Coffee is technically a fruit

It grows on trees, originally appearing as white blossoms and quickly developing into round ‘cherries’. Inside the cherries are twin coffee beans that coffee growers harvest. Occasionally there is only a single bean inside: these are called peaberries and are prized...
Five myths about caffeine

Five myths about caffeine

I saw this from the Washington Post and I thought it might be of some interest to fellow coffee drinkers: Chances are, you have some caffeine in your system right now; you might even be reading this article with a cup of coffee, a can of soda or a mug of tea in hand....

Using a French Press for Coffee from Calusa

Automatic coffeemakers may be quick and convenient, but nothing beats the French press for flavor intensity, as well as style. By allowing the coffee grounds to mingle with the water, it creates a stronger, thicker and more piquant cup of coffee, retaining essential...

Who or What does Calusa mean

The Calusa were a Native American people who lived on the coast and along the inner waterways of Florida’s southwest coast. Early Spanish and French sources referred to the tribe, its chief town and its chief as Calos, Calus, Caalus, and Carlos. Hernando de...