In this episode, we talk with David Wasserman from Joes on the Nose in San Diego, CA. David’s mobile coffee company has been operating since 2007 and they’ve been cold brewing coffee for the duration of that time. When it comes to equipment, David has tried it all, and was always left looking for more. Recently, he upgraded to the Cold Brew Avenue Stainless Steel Cold Brew Coffee System and he hasn’t looked back. We talk with David about some of his processes, from steeping time to coffee to water ratios, and finally, we talk about why he loves the stainless steel so much.
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On this episode, we tackle a topic that still has a lot of curiosity surrounding it – Nitro Coffee. Some of the biggest questions regarding nitro coffee is whether it will sell, will customers like it, is it just a fad. We’re joined by our buddy Chris on this episode, who is a self-proclaimed coffee lover, but had never had nitro coffee, so we get his reactions to the process, the pour, the taste and his overall first impression of nitro coffee.
Today we talk with Ryan Reaux from Bright-Eyed Brew Company based out of the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. Ryan’s got a very interesting nitro-cart setup where he serves nitro-coffee mobile, plus he’s got a couple different serving options, one of which he calls the Kentucky, which absolutely sounds amazing. I imagine that Cary or myself is probably going to try making a version of that very soon here.
On today’s show, we’re joined by Connor Knapp from Piper & Leaf Artisan Tea Co. based out Huntsville, Alabama. We recently did an episode on cold brew tea and we thought Connor and his company Piper & Leaf could contribute a lot of good information about different styles of tea and way to serve it. Piper & Leaf specializes in artisan blended teas – teas mixed with local fruits and herbs.