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Ethiopia Yeppo Village Sidama
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Masha coffee comes from Masha Woreda Yeppo Village, a coffee farm owned by world-renown running champion Haile Gebrselassie. The land was a gift from the Ethiopian government in thanks for his achievements representing Ethiopia. Among his accomplishments, Haile is a two-time Olympic champion, a four-time World Champion, and the holder of 27 world records for distances from 1,500 meters to the marathon.

Haile transformed the 1,500 hectares into a stunning coffee farm with 200 hectares of dedicated conservation forest land, through which the Gahamay and Bosoko rivers run. The farm has 46 identifiable plots, each with specific planted varieties and processing methods. And in addition to following socially and environmentally friendly practices and meeting the requirements for Organic, Rainforest Alliance certification and other certifications, Yeppo Village offers local coffee farmers training opportunities in agronomy best practices and methods for increasing cup quality.

Haile was president of the Ethiopian Athletics Federation for a time, and he founded the Great Ethiopian Run—a 10-kilometer race around Addis Ababa. He also organizes the Girls Run race in Addis annually, encouraging and empowering young women through sports.

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Everyday Coffee Roasters - Santa Rosa, Laguna
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

We are introducing our newest locker cafe, Everyday Coffee Roasters - Santa Rosa, Laguna.


In 1571, Santa Rosa was still part Biñan and was called Barrio Bukol, discovered by a Spanish Conquistador named Juan de Salcedo while exploring Laguna Lake. Later on, in 1792, It was politically emancipated as the Municipality of Santa Rosa, named after Saint Rose of Lima of Peru.


The facade of our cafe is made from sustainable materials to look like a small cocoon with lockers among the many stores surrounding it. If you are in the area, stop by for a surprising moment of peace within the non-stop movement of the bustling neighborhood.

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The Best Coffee Beans to Celebrate the Holiday Season
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Introduction: Why is it Special to Enjoy Coffee This Holiday Season?

The holidays are a time for celebration and family. It is also the time of year when we spend more time with each other. With all the hustle and bustle of the season, it is easy to forget to take care of ourselves. This holiday season, try to make coffee one of your new traditions and enjoy a cup every morning as you start your day or at night as you wind down.

We should not think about coffee as a beverage that helps us get through our day but also as an essential part of our health routine this holiday season.

How to Choose the Right Coffee Beans for a Festive Season

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. It is drunk by millions of people every day. It has been a part of our lives for centuries and will continue for years to come.

There are many different types of coffee beans available at Everyday Coffee Roasters. But not all beans are created equal. Some are better than others, depending on your needs and preferences. To help you choose the right kind of coffee beans for your festive season, here are our latest offerings:

- Honduras: COMSA Manos De Mujer. Notes profile of Almond, Papaya, Milk Chocolate

- Guatemala: ASPROGUATE Organic. Notes profile of Black Cherry, Brown Sugar, Nougat

- Colombia: Palestina La Argentina. Notes profile of Almond, Dark Chocolate, Lemon

- El Salvador: Finca El Gobiado Orange Bourbon. Notes profile of Honey, Lactic Acidity, Floral

What Equipment You’ll Need To Brew The Perfect Cup of Joe?

The perfect cup of coffee is a subjective matter. There are many different ways to brew coffee, and each has its benefits.

French Press: The French press is a simple way to brew coffee. It’s easy to use and doesn’t require any special equipment. The downside is that it can be messy, and the grounds can get into your cup of coffee.

V60: The V60 is a pour-over method that uses paper filters to make a clean cup of coffee with no grounds. It’s also easy to use but requires more time than other methods because you must wait for the water to drip through the filter before you can pour another cup of coffee.

Pour-Over Brew With Your Friends & Family

The V60 is a cone-shaped coffee filter to make a pour-over brew coffee. It’s one of the most popular brewing methods in the world and can be a great conversation starter with your friends and family.

The are different kinds of brewing techniques using a V60, but here’s its most straightforward step to follow:

1. Place your ground coffee in the bottom of the cone, then wet it with hot water to saturate it.

2. Make sure your ground coffee is evenly wetted and compressed into a puck shape at the bottom of your filter cone.

3. Pour hot water over its borders, saturating all sides before pouring over the center (this will help keep grounds from escaping).

4. Wait 2-3 minutes before removing the filter from the cup or mug, allowing for complete extraction before drinking.

5. The most important of all. Please share it with your friends and family, and enjoy the brew together!

For more details, you can always visit our brewing guide section.

Happy Holiday Everyone!

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Colombia Huila Palestina La Argentina Tabi
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

From the coveted department of Huila, Colombia, a vibrant regional blend profile was created through the efforts of 28 producers. Each producer carefully harvested cherries, de-pulped, and fermented them using their micro-mill for 70 hours. After this prolonged fermenting process, the coffee was washed and dried on raised beds. The harmony between these producers in post-harvest practices was impressively precise to achieve such a clean and consistent blend.

Released in 2002 as part of Colombia’s efforts to combat leaf rust, it is a hybrid of Bourbon, Typica, and Timor. Tabi means “good” in the Guambiano (a native Colombian tribe) dialect. This coffee displays the positive cup qualities of its bourbon and Typica parents while being more resistant to leaf rust.

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The Ultimate Guide to Dessert Degustation
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Introduction: What is a Dessert Degustation?

A dessert degustation is a tasting of various desserts.

Dessert degustations are becoming more popular in recent years as they offer a unique experience for customers who want to try different desserts without ordering them separately and help chefs showcase their skills.

A dessert degustation menu varies, but it can cost as little as P2,000 for a three-course dessert degustation menu. But at other restaurants, it can cost as much as P6,000 for a six-course dessert degustation menu.

What to Expect When Going for Dessert Degustations?

A degustation menu is a tasting menu of dishes served one by one. It is usually more formal than a regular menu, and the food is generally in smaller portions. The menu typically has six to eight dishes, starting with an amuse-bouche or small bite-sized hors d'oeuvre.

The guests then go through the main course, which consists of three or four courses. The first dish has no description, and the guests are encouraged to taste it before they know what it is. The other dishes have menu descriptions, and often there will be some discussion between the guests and the chef before they start tasting them.

Different Types of Dessert Degustations

There are two main types of dessert degustations:

1. A tasting menu where the chef chooses a selection of desserts, usually three or four, to be served at the end of the meal.

2. A dessert buffet where guests can choose their desserts from a selection usually displayed on a table.

The main difference between these two types of dessert degustations is that there is more control over what kind of desserts and how many will participate in a tasting menu. However, in a buffet-style dessert degustation, guests can choose as many as they want, allowing for more creativity with flavors and textures.

How the Chef Selects the Menu?

The Chef selects the desserts for the degustation menu based on criteria.

What is the Chef looking for in a dessert?

- The Chef considers how many courses guests will participate in on the degustation.

- The Chef wants to balance sweet and savory flavors.

- The Chef wants to showcase seasonal ingredients.

- The Chef wants to balance textures and temperatures (i.e., hot and cold).

How Long Does it Take to Complete Your Degustation Menu?

Dessert degustations are a great way to indulge in all your favorite desserts, but they can be time-consuming. They require a lot of time and patience. It is best to have patience, as you will not regret it.

Many people are curious about how long it takes to complete the dessert degustation. Many want to know if they can finish the entire thing before their stomachs start hurting from overindulgence. The answer is that it varies depending on what kind of dessert you order and how quickly you eat them.


Dessert degustation is not just about the dessert. It is a journey that starts with the first dish and ends with the last one. It is a journey of taste, texture, and flavors.

This article has shown you that desserts are not just for eating but for exploring different textures, tastes, and flavors. If you want to enjoy desserts properly, try out this dessert degustation experience at your next meal!

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