If you make coffee, I'd be willing to drink some of it graphic
A long time ago in a land far, far away, I didn't drink coffee. I'm not sure I was every properly awake during that time. Now, the above graphic (which I created back in my stationery design days) seems to be my mantra. But instead of having other people make it for me, I'm starting to make it for myself.
I have a French press (apartment of 1, people!) and I fire up the grinder and grind my beans fresh every morning. And then over-caffeinate to the point of delirium. And that's how I likes it, folks.
Now, in the world of coffee beans, I certainly have my favorites. Right now, I am singing the praises of Parkside Coffee Roasters, owned, operated and roasted by my good friend Tim Tate.
Tim is an entrepreneur. He's established Parkside as a micro roaster that carefully selects exquisite beans that are guaranteed to caffeinate you in the most delicious way possible. Tim studied and researched coffee bean roasting and has created Parkside to offer you the fruits (or beans) of his labor.
Parkside offers various blends, including a cold brew option (which I like to chug first thing in the morning before workouts) and you can buy them all here.
It would delight the bujeezes out of me if you would wander over to Parkside and show those beans some love. I have sampled all the varieties and am a huge fan. Tim's not paying me to say that — Parkside is a start-up, folks. START UP.
Want to learn more about how a cup of Parkside coffee is brewed at my place? Check out the informative video below (Note: note to scale)
How do I take my coffee? With a little half and half.