About Special Reserve
At Special Reserve Coffee, we are dedicated to sharing our lifelong love for coffee with our valued coffee family. With a deep appreciation for the origins and craftsmanship behind each bean, we strive to do justice to the farmers and all those involved in the coffee journey. Our mission is to source only the highest quality coffees, seeking out the finest beans from around the world.
Through our meticulous air-roasting process in small batches, we ensure that each coffee retains its unique nuances of flavor, delivering a truly exceptional experience in every bag. We take pride in our commitment to quality over quantity, offering a personalized touch that sets us apart from larger roast houses.
As the owner and roaster, I personally oversee every step, pouring my passion and attention into each batch. We aim to provide you with the freshest coffee and a sensory adventure that transports you to the rich aromas and flavors of our carefully selected beans.
Thank you for choosing Special Reserve Coffee. Your time and trust are greatly appreciated. We welcome your inquiries, special requests, and any questions you may have. Our goal is to serve you with excellence and create a memorable coffee experience. Join us on this journey with Special Reserve Coffee, where every cup is an adventure beyond just coffee.
IT'S NOT JUST COFFEE...IT'S AN ADVENTURE!
The AeroPress is a simple gadget that was invented about 15 years ago by an engineer, physicist, and Stanford lecturer named Alan Adler. He was impatient with the difficulty of making just one good cup of coffee in a drip coffee maker, and also with the time it took to do a pour over, which takes about 4 minutes. He tinkered around and came up with a distinctly non-sexy tool that quickly pressed hot water through the coffee.
This plastic gadget surprised Adler with its ease, but also with the taste of the coffee. He developed a fine paper filter that gave a very clean cup of coffee, without bitterness or the sludge that ends up at the bottom of French press coffee. He started producing the kit commercially and it became a cult success among coffee lovers. He initially marketed it as an espresso maker, but fortunately he dropped that, as it really produces strong, concentrated coffee — not true espresso.