Journal

Do You Think It’s Hard to Get Great Coffee at Home?
Let's start by saying that there is no "right" way to drink or make coffee. Whatever tastes good to you is what you should do. If that means that you have an elaborate ritual where you brew coffee on a coffee syphon, then that's great. If that means you are scooping instant coffee granules every morning because that's what you enjoy, then you should keep doing that. Yet, if you're brewing coffee at home in any way, knowing it's not as good as it could be, but you're afraid making it better is going to be too hard, then we've got something for you.
Better Coffee at Home
Sometimes making coffee at home can be a real challenge. Between finding the exact grind size, and knowing exactly how and why to use filtered water, there is a lot to get wrong when it comes to a simple cup of coffee.
Home Brewing Tips: Grind Size
Beginning to brew coffee at home can be a massive step towards ethical coffee consumption. But with this newfound adventure comes industry jargon and nonsense of which it's hard to make heads or tails.
Coffee By Colour
One of the most noticeable features of Timely Coffees is our coffee colours. Whether you're looking through the catalogue on our website or a shelf at one of our cafe partners, you'll see an array of coloured labels.
Ground Coffee
There's nothing quite like the smell of fresh ground coffee in the morning. In fact, science has shown that the smell of coffee alone can have a stimulating effect.
How To Read A Coffee Label
If you've ever picked up a bag of Timely coffee, you might notice that there's a lot of information. Everything from farm name and altitude, to region and country is listed in detail on every coffee we pack.