Where can you get the smoothest CDA coffee company? Before I tell you that, let’s define smooth coffee.
First of all, coffee was never intended to be burnt and bitter. Burnt and bitter industrial coffee is a relatively new phenomenon. In your great-grandmother’s day, coffee was gently roasted at home and then fresh brewed within a week. What that produced was a naturally sweet, super smooth cup of coffee with a variety of subtle flavors including chocolate, nut, spice, etc. With coffee that smooth, there was no need, or interest for that matter, in sugar or cream.
Unfortunately, shortly after WWI industrial coffee companies were born and wanted to create a long shelf life coffee product. Hence, they sourced cheap bitter beans and then burnt the snot out of those beans. As a result, a vast majority of today’s coffee in the United States has been sitting in warehouses or on store shelves for months if not years. Maybe that’s why most people, in an attempt to make industrial coffee palatable, they add a ton of cream, sugar, chocolate, caramel, whip cream, or sprinkles.
Getting back to the original question; where can you get the smoothest coffee in Coeur d’Alene? Well, you could try going to any one of the specialty coffee shops in Coeur d’Alene. Or you could even try Beverly’s in the Coeur d’Alene Resort. Unfortunately, what you’ll find is bitter and burnt industrial coffee no better than what you’d find at the grocery store.
The fact of the matter is that the best place to fine the smoothest coffee in Coeur d’Alene is in your kitchen. That’s right. Your kitchen has a far superior coffee brewer than the industrial brewers in any coffee shop. Additionally, you can choose to purchase a far superior and infinitely fresher coffee bean. Lastly, you can grind the fresh roasted coffee beans right before brewing.
The biggest factor of making the smoothest coffee in Coeur d’Alene is buying coffee with a roast date of less than a week. Then only buy enough coffee to get you through three to four weeks. You see, all coffee starts going stale in 3-4 weeks. And it doesn’t matter what space age packaging that you use. It’s still going to go stale in three to four weeks.
Smoothest CDA Coffee Company
Bottom line is this. To make the smoothest coffee in Coeur d’Alene, you should buy your coffee fresh from Lake City Coffee.