Our first summer specials are here, and we’re pretty thrilled with the results. From left to right: Our Honduras Santa Rosa de Copan cold brew nitro, our Captain Crosby espresso tonic w/lime, and our Cascara lime spritzer. (Cáscara is the dried fruit from the coffee cherry). Thanks for the photo @derekjamieson90 !
Yet again, a coffee from Burundi has won over our hearts and taste-buds; this time thanks to
@olamcoffee ! This scrumptious coffee was grown on a microlot in the northern province of Kirundu in Burundi. At the Gomba washing station, this coffee was processed using the natural method, which means that the cherries were sun-dried on beds before they were de-
pulped. The result is a super sweet and fruity flavor, with bright notes of lime, cherry and plum. This is probably the sweetest coffee we have offered to date and simply can’t wait to share it.
Note: the sweet fruit flavors in this coffee will make this a great cold brew, just in time for summer!
Hot days, cool shirts. Many thanks to @fishermansdaughter for the style inspiration and to @dflaxstore for designing and printing our merchandise again this year!
Owning a business in the food service industry inevitably leads to waste. We try and make the right decisions in terms of what we buy, what we sell, and how we dispose, but there is always room for improvement. That said, we have never and will never sell beverages in plastic containers. Thanks to all who understand this decision and buy our $8 stainless steel bottles. Here’s an old photo that was sent to us by @sazdeto from somewhere in the Caribbean. It’s nice to see the wear and tear on what could have been a disposable water bottle!
The power of these toasted nuggets to connect humankind should never be underestimated.
We’re cooking up something last minute and exciting for summer 2018 🙊. 📷 by @thepourco
Good morning Cape Cod!
#tbt to this traveler’s first time raking coffee.
We’ve said it before we we’ll say it again; we are nothing without our exceptional staff. We left town this Memorial Day weekend (!!), and this team - including this guy @soarsful - just rocked it. We are especially grateful to our leaders- @missquinones + @derekjamieson90 + @to8i - for going the extra miles and keeping the team on point this past weekend. We sure feel lucky 🍀 📸 by @thepourco
Well that was a nice taste of summer. 📷 @thepourco
Snowy Owl Coffee is proud to present this Limited Edition Direct Trade coffee from the farm of Gregorio Quispe Mamani. The passion Gregorio and his family have for their coffee is as rich as its flavor. Gregorio hand selects only the ripest cherries and manually pulps and processes them on his farm, located in the Cusco region of Peru. This attention to detail and quality yields a deliciously sweet cup, with notes of lemon and cocoa with a nutty finish. We are thrilled to be partnering with @campesinomateo to bring this delicious coffee from Gregorio’s home in Peru to our home here on Cape Cod. (Available in store and online)
These two 🧠🖤 They are mapping out some changes; we are launching three new coffees this weekend ☕️🙌🏽 🇧🇮 🇵🇪 🇪🇹 @longlostlizard @derekjamieson90 📷 by @to8i
A huge THANK YOU to those who voted for us in this year’s Best of Cape Cod and the Islands in @capecodlife Magazine. It’s an honor to be among so many great Cape businesses.
May showers bring....flowers, lots of greenery, and @mem_tea matcha hearts.
Meet the new roaster of your Snowy Owl Coffee! We are thrilled to announce to the social media world that this fantastic barista - @sesouthwick - has been snatched by our Production Team and will now (wo)man the roaster. While we will miss her behind the espresso bar, we are beyond thrilled to have someone as dependable, honest, meticulous, and hardworking as Sarah ensuring that every roast is as delicious as possible. Give her a 👋🏼 on your next visit.
Even the seagulls are smiling this spring. (coincidence or 💫 that our friends up @seabird_coffee also posted gulls today?!)
The good ‘ol Moka Pot / Bialetti coffee brewer gets far too little attention. It really can brew a delicious, rich cup if you pay attention to some key details: 1. Preheat the water! This allows the water to boil more quickly before the entire apparatus is scathing and burning the grounds. 2. Try a medium to fine grind instead of a fine, espresso grind. 3. Make sure to level the grounds and not overpack the basket. 4. Leave the lid open so you can see it brew, and take the pot off the burner when the coffee is a golden color. 5. Season the pot a few times with cheap coffee before you use a new pot with specialty coffee. Try our signature blend Captain Crosby for a bold yet fruity mokapot ‘o coffee!
“If at first you don’t succeed, try doing it the way Mom told you to do in the beginning.” ~unknown