How to Find the Best Coffee. Coffee Chat
#vanlife #fulltimevanlife #groundworkcoffee Coffee packaging is, in my opinion, the key to finding great coffee. Coffee producers all to often try to sell us coffee by making the bag pretty. Or by marketing coffee under a major brands name. But there are some companies and roasters who provide details and information that gives us as buyers all the info we need to make an informed purchase. By paying attention to the description written on well packaged coffee, we are able to find new coffees that will suit our tastes. In this video, I talk about what descriptors are important to look for. And how we can decipher some of the rather odd verbiage used on some coffee bags. We don’t all have the same taste preferences, but with a little sampling and a little consideration, we can quickly find our favorite coffee. Or at least very tasty coffee. As a side note, I talk a great deal about Groundwork Coffee in this video. Groundwork is one of my favorite coffee roasters. They have been roasting and blending some of the best organic coffee here on the west coast. Part of what makes their coffees so great is that they are local to my area. Finding a roaster that is as close to where you live can be a great key in finding the best and freshest coffee. https://teespring.com/stores/static-campervan https://www.patreon.com/StaticCampervan CashApp: $StaticCampervan Venmo: @Static-Campervan https://www.paypal.me/StaticCamperVan My name is Scott and in 2015, I bought a Ram ProMaster City to live in. Even though I didn’t know much about RV’s and campervans, I set about building the van out as a minivan camper. And in April of 2016, I moved into my minivan full time. Over the years, I’ve learned you don’t need to have a big skill set to build your own campervan. And that living as a minimalist and utilizing solar power can be a less expensive way to live. I’ve also learned that a minivan can be a very comfortable home. Please follow along as I document my journey. My Channel Stickers are now available for purchase through PayPal. If you would like to purchase them, please send me $4 for one sticker or $7 for two stickers. At this time, I will only be accepting PayPal for payments. Please make sure to include your mailing address in the notes. Unfortunately, I will only be able to ship to the US and Canada. Also, I will be mailing out all orders once a week. So please be patient with me. In an effort to help viewers search for the best prices on products that I use, I’ve started an Amazon Influencer link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/staticcampervan I don’t earn money when you use this link. My hope is that you will use this link as a starting point to search for the best price. If you're looking for an item that isn't listed, feel free to drop me a question or comment and I will do my best to find a link. Get 10% off Solar Power equipment from Renogy with this link: http://73renogy.refr.cc/staticcampervan I earn a small referral fee if you use this Renogy link.
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