How to work with me

I always look for people who enjoy tasty coffee. Do you want to serve my coffee to your customers, drink it in your office, sell the beans in your shop? Lovely – just give me a call. Don’t worry about having the right equipment or know-how. I can help you with that as well.

HOW TO BREW MY COFFEE 

Brewing coffee is a craft and there are tons of brewing methods. But no matter what method you use, there are a few fundamental steps and some basic knowledge about the extraction of ground coffee in water that can help you brew a tasty cup over and over again.

How to brew
1.TEMPERATURE

The most optimal water temperature for brewing coffee is 91 – 94 degrees Celsius. Warmer than this may over-extract the coffee, and cooler than this may under-extract the coffee. Using a water boiler with thermometer is an easy way to control water temperature. You can also boil the water, wait a couple of minutes and then start to brew.

2.RATIO/PROPORTIONS

The most common brew ratio out there is using 60 grams of coffee per 1 litre of water. A more accurate way to meassure is to use a scale for both coffee and water. The ratio will differ between brew methods and preference, but I like to start using the ratio 15 grams water / 1 gram ground coffee for most coffees and brewing methods.

3.GRINDING

Fresh grinding is essential for brewing a good (or great) cup of coffee. Roasted coffee age when in contact with oxygen, heat and sunlight. A ground bean has many times more area that meet the air around it and hence it ages, or looses aromatics, much faster. Always grind right before you brew and your coffee will taste better.

4.TURBULENCE

The movement of the water will speed up the extraction. If you stir the coffee while brewing you will agitate the coffee and increase the extraction. The important thing is to be consistent so you can repeat a perfect brew again and again and again.

5.FILTERING

To brew coffee you can use many different filtration methods. Paper is by far the most common filtration method; metal and cloth are less so. The texture of your coffee is affected by what you filter it with. Metal will let oils in coffee slip through and give the coffee more body, while paper will keep the oils and give a lighter, but more transparent cup. If you use paper, make sure to rinse it with hot water before brewing to wash out the papery flavour and to prevent the paper to soak up the first drops of your brew.

6.TIME

The time it takes for water to pour through the coffee, or the time the coffee is immersed in water will affect how much coffee is extracted. More time means higher extraction, less time means lower extraction. If you do a pour over and the extraction is to long – set your grinder a bit coarser (and vice versa).

ENJOY!

Now you have your crafted cup of coffee. Remember, coffee is not just your craft; its also the craft of the producer, the miller, the roaster, and a couple of people in between. Make sure you drink it in a lovely environment with people you like. If you have a favourite mug, make sure to use it often. If I happen to be the roaster of the coffee you like, let me know by tagging #kafferostarepernordby or #kafferäven  on your social media. Thank you!

How to find my coffee around town

COFFEE BARS

Bar Centro
Kyrkogatan 31
GÖTEBORG

Kale'i Kaffebar
Kyrkogatan 13
GÖTEBORG

Llama Lloyd
Väderkvarnsgatan 16
GÖTEBORG

Matería
Mariagatan 13
GÖTEBORG

Råda Gelato
Landvägsgatan 28
GÖTEBORG

The Coffee Room
Tredje Långgatan 8
GÖTEBORG

Viktors Kaffe
Geijersgatan 7
GÖTEBORG

Artisan Bread
Kasernhöjden 4
KARLSTAD

Krukmakeri Hemjord
Gamla Kyrkogatan 16
KRISTINEHAMN

Momoichi
Revoluční 764/17, Staré Město
PRAGUE
CZECH REPUBLIC

Österlen Choklad
Tranesvägen 37
SKÅNE-TRANÅS

Bonniers Konsthall
Torsgatan 19
STOCKHOLM

Coffice
Tjärshovsgatan 5
STOCKHOLM

Snickarbacken 7
Snickarbacken
STOCKHOLM

Kaffeverket
St. Eriksgatan 88
STOCKHOLM

Socker-Majas
Gamla flygplatsvägen 4
TORSLANDA

Don't Blink
Birger Svenssons väg 16E
VARBERG

RESTAURANTS

Bifångst
Lilla torget 1
GÖTEBORG

Brewers Beer Bar
Tredje Långgatan 8
GÖTEBORG

Burgersson
Skanstorget 4
GÖTEBORG

Burgersson Frigga
Friggagatan 14B
GÖTEBORG

Folkbaren
Olof Palmes Plats
GÖTEBORG

Hagabion
Linnégatan 21
GÖTEBORG

Hoze
Stigbergsliden 17
GÖTEBORG

Pompom
Andra Långgatan 27
GÖTEBORG

Trattoria La Strega
Aschebergsgatan 23B
GÖTEBORG

Almars Krog
Almars Gård 433
Karlstad

Amarillo
Schweitzergränd 5B
VISBY

COFFE STORES

Happy Vegan
Olivedalsgatan 2GÖTEBORG

Kaffelabbet
Landsvägsgatan 15
GÖTEBORG

Kaffepåsen
Odinsplatsen 9
GÖTEBORG

Lokalen GBG
Ånäsvägen 44-46
GÖTEBORG

Bergströms Diversehandel
Hörken 134
HÖRKEN 

Te & Kaffehuset
Storgatan 24
MALMÖ

Kaffecompagniet
Torsgatan 47
STOCKHOLM

Arrenius & Company
S:t Eriks Torg 8
UPPSALA

Fyristorget Kaffe & Te
Fyristorg 10
UPPSALA

Kaffetheket
Slakterigatan 10
VÄSTERÅS

Kränku
S:t Hansplan 4
VISBY

Kaffemästaren
Drottninggatan 7
ÖREBRO

Baristashopen.se
WEBSHOP

GUEST GRINDERS

Scandinavian Embassy Coffee
Sarphatipark 34
AMSTERDAM

Happy Baristas
Neue Bahnhofstraße 32
BERLIN
GERMANY

Companion Coffee
Oranienstrasse 24
BERLIN
GERMANY

Full Court Press
59 Broad St
BRISTOL
UK

Laynes Espresso
16 New Station Street
LEEDS
UK

Lyles
56 Shoreditch High St.
LONDON
UK

Prufrock Coffee
23-25 Leather Lane
LONDON
UK

The Peanut Vendor
6 Gunmakers Lane
LONDON
UK

Store Street Espresso
40 Store Street
LONDON
UK

Puzzle Café
4 rue de la Poulaillerie
LYON
FRANCE

Djäkne Kaffebar
Djäknegatan 9
MALMÖ

Fuglen
Universitetsgaten 2
OSLO
NORWAY

Nancy Lee Café
Szpitalna 8, wejscie od ul. Gorskiego
WARSAW
POLAND

Roasters.cc
TAIPEI
TAIWAN

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