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Papa New Guinea

Regular price $20.00 USD
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At Slowpokes, we take pride in roasting all our coffee on site, ensuring the freshest and most aromatic coffee beans possible. Stay tuned for our full coffee descriptions, where we'll take you on a flavorful journey through our handcrafted brews.  Full descriptions coming soon!

How To Prepare

When preparing drip brewing coffee, the direction you follow can greatly impact the quality and taste of your coffee. Here's a step-by-step guide on the best direction to prepare drip brewing coffee:

Ingredients and Equipment:

  • Fresh coffee beans (whole or ground)
  • Clean, cold water
  • Drip coffee maker
  • Coffee filter (paper or reusable)


  1. Choose High-Quality Coffee Beans: Start with fresh, high-quality coffee beans. The flavor of your coffee largely depends on the quality of the beans. Consider your personal taste preferences and choose a roast level (light, medium, dark) that suits your preference.
  2. Grind Your Coffee Beans: If you have whole coffee beans, grind them just before brewing. The grind size should be medium for most drip coffee makers. If you're using pre-ground coffee, make sure it's fresh and within the manufacturer's recommended shelf life.
  3. Select the Right Coffee Filter: Choose between paper filters or a reusable metal or cloth filter, depending on your preference. Paper filters can help produce a cleaner cup of coffee, while reusable filters are more environmentally friendly.
  4. Measure Coffee: Measure the coffee grounds according to your desired coffee-to-water ratio. A common starting point is 1 to 2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces (177 mL) of water, but you can adjust this ratio to suit your taste.
  5. Prepare the Coffee Maker: Place the coffee filter in the basket of your drip coffee maker. If you're using a reusable filter, make sure it's clean.
  6. Add Coffee Grounds: Add the measured coffee grounds to the filter, spreading them evenly.
  7. Measure Water: Measure cold, clean water according to the amount of coffee you want to brew. Use the coffee maker's water reservoir for this purpose. Make sure you use the appropriate amount of water based on your coffee-to-water ratio.
  8. Pre-wet the Coffee Grounds (Optional): Some coffee enthusiasts prefer to pre-wet the coffee grounds by adding a small amount of hot water (about twice the weight of coffee) to the grounds and allowing it to bloom for 30 seconds before starting the brew. This can help release trapped gases and improve flavor extraction.
  9. Start Brewing: Turn on the coffee maker and allow it to brew. The machine will heat the water to the optimal temperature and then drip it over the coffee grounds. This process extracts the flavors from the coffee.
  10. Wait and Serve: Wait for the brewing process to complete. Once it's finished, remove the coffee pot from the machine, and pour the coffee into your cup or mug.
  11. Customize and Enjoy: Customize your coffee with milk, cream, sugar, or any other additives according to your preference.
  12. Maintain Your Equipment: Regularly clean and descale your coffee maker to ensure it continues to produce great-tasting coffee.

By following these steps and experimenting with variables like coffee bean type, grind size, and water temperature, you can dial in the perfect cup of drip brewing coffee to suit your taste.

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Patches Choice

One thing we have come to realize over the last few years is that people love sloths as much as they love coffee. Meet Patches, our coffee dude! He might be Costa Rican but his favorite type of coffee is an Ethiopian pour over or a flat white on a cozy day. We make sure to keep it interesting here at Slowpokes!

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