It’s only Tuesday and yet I am ready to travel the world and back! A girl can dream can’t she?! Since I technically can’t get half way across the world, I decided to let my taste buds travel instead. We decided to venture off to one of our favorite places Whole Foods Market, this wonderful place is some what of a sanctuary for foodies like us. We literally spend almost 2 hours scanning the aisles.
Today we will travel through the crowds of hungry bystanders right over to the mounds of delicious aromas of black and brown coffee beans. The scent is simply heavenly, of course we stood there for a few seconds taking it all end. After careful consideration, we decided on the Volcan Mild blend.
Did I mention this was the first time ever bought fresh grounded coffee? For some reason we were just drawn to that section, it must have been the lingering aroma.
Luckily our tea press is versatile and can be used for both fresh grounded coffee and loose tea leaves. Now one to this venture, after leaving the market our taste buds couldn’t wait to taste the deliciousness!
Did I mention that we would be drinking coffee at 8 at night?! Are you concerned?! You should be! 🙂
Let’s get brewing!!
(1) tbsp per cup, we added in (2)
Add in (2) cups of boiling water
Allow 4 minutes to brew, I gathered my Blue Diamond almond milk and stevia
Awww yes, sooo delicious!
Fun Fact: The Volcan area is on the opposite side of Volcan Baru from the well-known town of Boquete, all in the state of Chirqui, western Panama. This coffee is a selection of small-farm lots from the higher altitudes of the Paso Ancho area, between the town of Volcan and Bambito, on the way to Cerro Punto. A medium roast blend of Latin America and Sumatra beans with a smoky, light body.