Coffee Cupping

Cupping coffee is a fine art, but not one that is limited to professionals. A sensitive palate is developed through experience and experimentation.
What is Coffee Cupping?
Coffee cupping is the process of analyzing and determining the flavor, aroma, and quality in a coffee selection, which is similar to the process of wine tasting. It's part of our strict quality control process where we select only the best, high quality coffee beans for you.

Analyzing the Cup
There are some things to observe while you are conducting the process. The elements of a coffee are usually a combination of two categories:

Acidity: this descriptor determines how bright and lively the coffee tastes
- This is basically your first impression. It's not a reference to sourness or bitterness, both of which are bad qualities.
Body: this descriptor refers to the fullness or richness of a coffee
- It's the secondary impression, often called the finish. A heavy-bodied coffee will taste full, thick and syrupy, even chewy on the tongue, and the impression will be lasting.

How to Cup Coffee

Step 1 - Brewing
Step 2 - Steeping
Step 3 - Aroma of Steeping Cup
Step 4 - Break the Grounds & Aroma
Step 5 - Scoop Out the Grounds
Step 6 - Slurp