Hario v60 Set

Monday, April 7th, 2014No Comments


Easter is just around the corner and soon you’ll be sipping your fresh, morning coffee outside watching the kids hunt for easter eggs. What if we could make that even better. What if that delicious coffee you just brewed was made using a classic Japanese pour-over coffee brewer.

What if you could get a beautiful Hario glass server, dripper and bag of coffee for $69.  Now you can!

The pour-over technique allows you to brew directly into your server and the unique design leads to a uniform brew. Hario’s V60 range server has become the standard carafe for manual brewing in homes and cafes alike. Tough glass is formed to complement the style of the V60 dripper and is paired with a glass lid and rubber seal to maximize thermal stability. The Hario V60 has become one of the most popular manual coffee brewers available, going from odd design, to specialty coffee mainstream in a short time. The unique design of the V60 create a nice even brew. In addition, the V60 is simple and easy to clean up.

This set includes the plastic V60 dripperV60 Server, dosing scoop and 12 oz bag of our Fino coffee from El Salvador. Get hopping, and get the Hario v60 Set before this offer expires April 21st!

Easter Hours

Monday, April 7th, 2014No Comments


Easter is just around the corner! Just a reminder that we’re closed over Easter for an extra long weekend (Friday, April 18th – Monday, April 21st) so you’ll need to stock up on coffee by end of day Thursday – and you wouldn’t want to be without coffee for four days, especially with all that chocolate and hot cross bun goodness. We’ll be back roasting and making coffee Tuesday.

Hands-On Coffee Workshop

Thursday, March 6th, 2014One Comment


Join us March 28 for a hands-on workshop where we’ll focus on pour-over techniques for making great coffee at home. Our brew school class will cover a variety of brewing methods like Chemex, Hario and Aeropress. Manual brewing and tasting exercises will help coffee lovers detect flavour attributes and recognize taste characteristics, refining your palette and raising your coffee IQ. Learn how Cherry Hill Coffee roasts coffee and see for yourself our artisan approach to coffee roasting. This is also a great opportunity to try some different coffee’s and get a sneak peak at new arrivals. You won’t find another coffee tasting experience like this in Kelowna or the Okanagan Valley. There’s no cost but be sure to RSVP to save your spot through EventBrite! This workshop will take place at 3PM March 28, 2014 in Cherry Hill Coffee’s lab at the Kelowna roastery. 1-1404 Hunter Court, Kelowna BC, V1X 6E6

Hipster Pedal Powered Coffee Grinder

Friday, January 10th, 2014One Comment


Not only does Cherry Hill Coffee count a number of two wheeled, pedal powered bicycle enthusiasts among our legion of fans but they tend to be the most loyal, die-hard coffee drinkers to boot. And now we have evidence of the lengths they will go to for a fresh brew from across the pond. Two English hipsters have created the world’s first pedal powered coffee grinder that will fit on almost any type of fixed wheel/single speed bicycle.

Gear Grinder is a small chain driven coffee grinder that grinds a single hopper of coffee, and is attached to the seat stay of a single speed bicycle. It works with a normal chain on a flip-flop hub and allows cycle loving coffee aficionados to grind their morning brew the best way possible, by foot.

As they explain on their website: “There’s a clear, often moustachioed, overlap between those who love great coffee and ride fixed-gear bikes to work every morning. We saw that as a brilliant opportunity. As far as I’m concerned this is up there with the discovery of fire and the creation of the internet in its value to the people of earth. We are massively excited about bringing something totally unique to market.”

Billed as the “the coolest grinder on the street”, the Gear Grinder can turn 20 grams of beans into fine espresso powder after a short ride. But the price tag might be tough to saddle up to even for the prêt à pédaler set, at over $625 Canadian. That could buy you a lot of beard oil.

If you do snag one, let us know…and may we recommend the light-weight and versatile Aeropress coffee brewer? Happy trails!

Brew School | Jan 2014

Friday, January 10th, 20143 Comments

Brew School Jan 2014

If your New Year’s resolution was to drink more coffee, then this is the event for you. Brew School is a hands-on coffee demo taking place at Cherry Hill Coffee in Kelowna, BC. Register for the 1st Brew School of 2014

Join Cherry Hill Coffee’s James Calder as he guides you through four coffee’s using a variety of pour-over methods. Familiarize yourself with the Hario V60, Aeropress, Able Brewing’s Kone and Fine filters and the timeless Chemex coffee brewer. Over the course of this workshop, you’ll learn about coffee production, flavour profiles, grind settings and brewing techniques as you taste your way through a flight of coffee. This is a great class for coffee geeks who can’t get enough coffee and those looking to learn a bit more about their favourite drink while trying some new beans.

There’s no cost but be sure to RSVP to save your spot! This workshop will take place at 3PM January 31, 2014 in Cherry Hill Coffee’s lab at the Kelowna roastery. 1-1404 Hunter Court, Kelowna BC, V1X 6E6

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