Coffee inspires creativity—this is merely an overflow of that. A bit of my coffee journey in the form of doodles and sketches.
February 21, 2012

I’m continually blown away by how diverse, unique, and complex the coffees I’ve had from Kuma Coffee are. I didn’t think the Honey Pot Espresso could live up to the Panama Elida Estate, Kenya Gichatha-ini, or Kenya Gethumbwini I tried from Kuma, but it does. Kuma continues to impress me and has really started to separate itself as a premiere coffee roaster.

Nice job, Mark.

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In case you haven't seen the great mugs I collaborated with Kuma on, you can check them out here:

On a completely separate note, the Bonavita electric kettle that @myBonavita was kind enough to send me has been a godsend. Before I had the luxury of a gooseneck kettle, I was basically splashing water all over my pourovers and chemex to brew coffee. Now, I get a nice, skinny, even pour that doesn’t require much tipping. Highly recommend this kettle.

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Ben Blake

I want to learn everything there is to know about coffee. I have an amazing wife, a great family, and a beautiful white husky, and I love coffee.