A powerful and precise home coffee grinder with café capabilities, Ode Brew Grinder does things differently. When grinders try to tackle both brewed coffee and espresso, they become a master of none. In stark contrast, Ode was designed to perfect your daily brewed coffee— AeroPress®, pour-over, French press, cold brew, and more.
With 64 mm professional-grade flat burrs, 31 grind settings, and unique single dose loading for maximum bean freshness, Ode is ready to hit the grind running.
WE TASTE: Plum and berry aromas lead to notes of candied orange and maple, with a sweet jammy finish. We're really excited to share this special coffee.
ROAST PROFILE: Light
GROWER: Smallholder farmers organized around Chelbesa mill
OTHER: Traceable, Single Origin
This coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Chelbesa coffee mill located in the Gedeo Zone. Small coffee farmers deliver ripe cherries to the Chelbesa mill where the cherries are carefully selected and immediately placed on raised beds carefully constructed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control for an optimal drying process. Cherries are also turned regularly on the beds to prevent damage during the drying process. The cherries are stored in a local warehouse after the moisture is reduced to between 11.5 and 12 percent, and then transported to Addis Ababa where the coffee is milled and exported.
Origin photo by Royal Coffee
Intro Latte Art - Our trainer will demonstrate and break down aspects of free-pouring latte art followed by hands-on training. You will learn how to control height, flow and wiggling the pitcher to pour a heart. Milk steaming is not taught in the intro level class.
Intermediate Latte Art - The objective of this class level is to teach techniques on how to steam, pour, and practice a more advanced Rosetta design. It is highly recommended that participants take Intro to Latte art first or already have a general understanding of how to pour a heart. This class is limited to 6 participants.
Enjoy 30% off 12oz bags of beans on the day of the class.
LOCATION: Barefoot Coffee Campbell
1819 S Bascom Ave, Campbell, CA
*NOTE: Classes may start and end after the times listed above. We reserve the right to change the class date based on number of participants. Unfortunately we are unable to provide refunds for any classes. We will try to reschedule for a future date with 24 hours notice or issue a gift card.
Nose: Dried plums, oak, floral.
Palate: Dates & plums, nutty, plush whisky.
Finish: Whisky, drunken plums, nutty.
To'ak makes the world's finest and most expensive chocolates, with some of their single bars costing up to $450! Why? The cacao is grown in Manabi, Ecuador, which is to cacao what Burgundy is to wine. Beans come from the rarest variety, pure 100% Nacional, which is over 5,300 years old. To'ak also promotes sustainability and conservation. Barefoot is proud to offer these one-of-a-kind chocolates.
Tasmanian Whisky Cask Aged Story: Winner of the prestigious World Whisky Awards, Sullivans Cove is a rising star in the world of whisky. To'ak's 2019 harvest was aged in an ex-Tawny Port cask that Sullivan's Cove used to age its whisky. Notes of dates and plums are imbued with plush notes of whisky throughout…from Tasmania to Ecuador.
Pairing Recommendations: If you can get your hands on a rare bottle of Sullivans Cove whisky, you have found the perfect pairing. As a backup option, look for a single malt from Speyside, a triple-distilled whisky from Ireland, bourbon, or cognac. Tawny port is another obvious choice. In the realm of cheese, opt for something creamy or nutty—like Brie, triple-cremes, Pyrenees sheep’s milk cheese, and Alpine-style cheeses.
Size: 1.76 oz (price is per bar)
Ingredients: Cacao beans, cane sugar
*Waitlist is on a first come basis
NOTE: chocolates will only ship if ordered with a coffee bean order. We do not ship in summer or hot weather but do have a wide selection at our cafes.