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Guelph, ON
Canada

Grizzly Bear Coffee is a small coffee roaster in Guelph, roasting coffee in small batches using fair trade, organic green beans from around the world using sustainable energy.

My aim is have a coffee resource in Guelph that is personal, friendly and as fresh as can be.

The Canadiano

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Grizzly Bear Coffee is Joe Harrison, a coffee roaster in Guelph, roasting coffee slowly, in small batches using fair trade, organic green beans from around the world using sustainable energy. My aim is have a coffee resource in Guelph that is personal, friendly and as fresh as can be. 

 

The Canadiano

Grizzly Bear Coffee

If you are looking for a simple approach to making coffee, similar to the Hario pourover method, have a look at the Canadiano Coffee Maker.  This is the latest design from Toronto based design company called Fishtnk Design Factory.

It uses a single block of either cherry, walnut or maple with a metal filter in the middle (so no paper filter).  The filter is permanent and each block of wood is meant for a certain kind of roast

Each type of wood is matched with different beans and roasts from around the world. We encourage brewing single origin beans in the Canadianos. The Walnut edition is crafted and designed for use with darker roasts and earthier flavors such as beans from South East Asia. Maple and Cherry is designed for beans with slight citrus hints and nutty taste.

Overtime the coffee oils of your beans and roasts will supposed to be absorbed into the wood.

Each block will cost you $60-$80 depending on the type of wood you buy. If anyone has used one of these, let me know - I'm thinking of picking one up to try it out.