GREAT COFFEE TELLS A STORY: Whether you’re brewing a pot of our popular Major Dickason’s Blend, a classic French Roast, or trying a single-origin coffee like Brazil Minas Naturais or Sumatra, there’s a story behind each batch of beans we roast & grind.
We have perfected the roasting process over many years and we expertly develop each coffee’s unique characteristics and full flavor profile.
Bean Origin 100% Colombian Supremo Stand Up Pouch Packaging 3-Layer Natural Kraft + Foil re-sealable bag.
Size 1 Pound Bag of Ground Coffee HOW TO MAKE COLD BREW COFFEE___________________________________ Using French Press 1.
For example, 4 cups of cold filtered water to 1 cup of ground coffee).
Add ground coffee & cold, filtered water to jar (we recommend a 4:1 ratio of water & coffee).
Stir, cover with lid, & leave in fridge overnight 3.
We take pride in our ethical & intimate sourcing relationships with the best coffee farms and growing regions.
Includes a one-way de-gassing valve to maintain freshness & aroma.
Add ground coffee & cold, filtered water to French Press (we recommend a 4:1 ratio of water & coffee.
After ~ 12 hours, press & enjoy! Using a Mason Jar 1.
After ~ 12 hours, strain coffee using a fine mesh strainer and/or cheesecloth & enjoy! .
NO SLEEP ‘TIL BROOKLYN!__________________________ Stone Street is a specialty roaster located in the heart of Brooklyn, NYC and we’ve been roasting delicious coffee since 2009 Who we are We are dedicated to the fine art of handcrafted coffees.
Who is it for? Coffee lovers who appreciate specialty-grade beans, well-balanced taste profiles, & freshly roasted small batch quality WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OUR COLD BREW RESERVE GROUND COFFEE_________________________________________________________ Roast Level Dark Roast – best for cold brewing/cold pressing Flavor Qualities Less acidic than hot coffee, slightly sweet, very smooth, well balanced, & strong/bold coffee flavor.
Hampton Sides’ superb account of this epic clash relies on years of archival research, unpublished letters, declassified documents, and interviews with scores of Marines and Koreans who survived the siege. While expertly detailing the follies of the American leaders, On Desperate Ground is an immediate, grunt’s-eye view of history, enthralling in its narrative pace and powerful in its portrayal of what ordinary men are capable of in the most extreme circumstances.
This war story — the fight to break out of a frozen hell near the Chosin Reservoir — has been told many times before.
As he was speaking, 300,000 Red Chinese soldiers began secretly crossing the Manchurian border.
What followed was one of the most heroic–and harrowing–operations in American military history, and one of the classic battles of all time.
Hampton Sides has been hailed by critics as one of the best nonfiction writers of his generation.
A masterpiece of thorough research, deft pacing and arresting detail.
But Sides tells it exceedingly well, with fresh research, gritty scenes and cinematic sweep.
The Chinese, he said with near certainty, would not intervene in the war.
As the Miami Herald wrote, “Sides has a novelist’s eye for the propulsive elements that lend momentum and dramatic pace to the best nonfiction narratives.
“—Washington PostFrom the New York Times bestselling author of Ghost Soldiers and In the Kingdom of Ice, a chronicle of the extraordinary feats of heroism by Marines called on to do the impossible during the greatest battle of the Korean WarOn October 15, 1950, General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander of UN troops in Korea, convinced President Harry Truman that the Communist forces of Kim Il-sung would be utterly defeated by Thanksgiving.
Led by some 20,000 men of the First Marine Division, the Americans moved deep into the snowy mountains of North Korea, toward the trap Mao had set for the vainglorious MacArthur along the frozen shores of the Chosin Reservoir.
Faced with probable annihilation, and temperatures plunging to 20 degrees below zero, the surrounded, and hugely outnumbered, Marines fought through the enemy forces with ferocity, ingenuity, and nearly unimaginable courage as they marched their way to the sea.
Hampton Sides’ superb account of this epic clash relies on years of archival research, unpublished letters, declassified documents, and interviews with scores of Marines and Koreans who survived the siege.
While expertly detailing the follies of the American leaders, On Desperate Ground is an immediate, grunt’s-eye view of history, enthralling in its narrative pace and powerful in its portrayal of what ordinary men are capable of in the most extreme circumstances.