How should I brew for best results with Drip or AeroPress?

Start with our recommendations for brewing Drip and AeroPress.

What about other methods like espresso, cold brew, or pour over?

Check out this post about our current brew methods and what may be coming soon.

How does Scription test its beans?

Our beans undergo an extensive testing process before they reach your home and your cup. First, we brew and test each single-origin bean in both whole and pre-ground form. We fine-tune the right ratios for each bean to achieve the perfect levels of extraction. Next, we select the best method for each bean, optimizing for flavor and experience. Once we dial in the optimal brewing method and ratios, we deploy our own experimental design framework and use the industry-standard caffeine analyzer to test each cup for precise caffeine content.

How does Scription analyze caffeine content?

Read more about our experimental design process here. We use The Lighttells CA-700 Caffeine Analyzer to determine Caffeine Content in each cup.

What exactly is a “cup” of coffee?

We’re glad you asked. Definitions are all over the place and there is not one standardized definition.

We believe that a cup of coffee delivers the right taste and caffeine content for your day, regardless of the volume. Actual volumes vary across brewing methods, and that’s perfectly ok. No matter what volume you use, if you use our recommended Drip and AeroPress methods, rest assured you’re still getting your perfect cup with precise caffeine content. Read more in our post here.

Where do we source our beans?

Scription Coffee sources all of its beans from an independent, family-owned coffee roaster offering single-origin beans ethically sourced from local farms in renowned coffee-growing regions across the globe.

Have a question not listed here or anywhere else on our website? Email us at info@coffeescription.com and we’ll get right back to you!