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Boyds Coffee Coffee Ground Breaktime - 12 Oz
Coffee, Ground, Breaktime
Established 1900. Seriously. Flavor: A strong, full-bodied, get-back-to-work coffee. Building the St. John's Bridge required a strong work ethic, a good stomach and a thermos full of Boyd's Coffee. Rainforest Alliance Certified. 30% certified coffee. Portland Oregon. The photo on this bag is right from our own back yard (not literally). If you'd like to know roughly where and when, visit boyds.com/coffee-espresso/. 1900: P.D. Boyd starts delivering coffee door-to-door in Portland, Oregon. 1903: Orville Wright flies first airplane. No coffee served during flight. 1910: P.D. Boyd replaces horse and wagon for truck. Horse is relieved. 1920: Boyd's Coffee available in restaurants. Boyd's first to loan brewing equipment to restaurants. 1929: Stock market goes sideways. Tough economic times begin. Coffee becomes an affordable luxury. 1946: Rudy Boyd takes over his father's business. His personal coffee consumption goes way up. 1952: Elizabeth becomes Queen of England. Prefers tea to coffee.
Directions Instructions (As If You Need Them): You could probably make coffee with your eyes closed (not recommended). So, we thought we'd show you how to tie a necktie instead. Okay, now that we've got that out of the way, here are three things you might not already know about. Brewing the Best Cup of Coffee: 1. Freshness matters. Sounds obvious, but after you open the bag, the freshness clock is ticking, so brew Boyd's coffee within one week of opening for best results. (No freezing or refrigerating, or you'll compromise flavor). 2. Use 2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 fluid ounces of water. 2 tbs per 6 fl oz. If you aren't fond of measuring, use two big spoonfuls for every large cup you want to brew. Or, just experiment until you love it. 3. Brew with cold water heated to precisely 200 degrees F.
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