Darktimber Coffee

MTbowhunter36

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This is a great idea. Haven't tried any yet, but have some coming. Plus 10% of your purchase goes to BHA, TRCP or a steelhead conservation.

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jpuckett

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I've been seeing this lately. Definitely giving this a try!!


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jpuckett

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Finally something that is actual coffee. To many guys saying they like via lol and I'm like groooooossssss


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topher89

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I'd be interested in hearing reviews of the ascent coffee

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Me too. I can't quite tell if they are instant coffee packets like Via or single servings of ground coffee for convenient coffee on the go.
 

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Sweet. Ordered up some of the instant packs.

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dreamingbig

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I ordered a bag of beans just to try it out. Who doesn't like supporting public lands when buying coffee?


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_TONY_

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Hey, guys-

Tony from Darktimber Coffee here! Another member shot me an email letting me know about this thread. First off, thanks so much to you guys who placed orders, we really appreciate the support, and thanks for doing your part in conservation.

In terms of the ASCENT PACKS, they arent instant coffee, they are fresh roasted single brew coffee packs utilizing a specific waffle designed filters that lets the right amount of coffee sediments to pass through, giving the same cup profile as a French press, without the mess. These packs are super lite weight and bio degradable, so you just burry them like other "paper".

Let me know if there is any other questions I can answer. If you want to shoot me an email I'm available anytime at [email protected]

Thanks!!
Tony
 

wyosteve

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Tony, do you just throw the coffee packet in a cup and add water or do you 'dunk' them like a tea bag? Sounds like an intriguing product. Thanks
 

realunlucky

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Tony, do you just throw the coffee packet in a cup and add water or do you 'dunk' them like a tea bag? Sounds like an intriguing product. Thanks
X2 great question Steve. Also what size is the disk? Can I use it with my current cup size

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_TONY_

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Tony, do you just throw the coffee packet in a cup and add water or do you 'dunk' them like a tea bag? Sounds like an intriguing product. Thanks

The quick answer to your question is, both.

The coffee in the ASCENT PACKS needs to bloom, to off gas the o2 from the roasting process, and this is done by agitation in water. This isn't a nessasry step, but with any coffee, it makes the cup quality much better. As soon as the off gassing is complete (20 seconds), the pack will extract for 3-4 minutes.
 

_TONY_

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Thanks for the question, realunlucky! Can you expand a little more on your current system/cup size? The ASCENT PACKS will make up to a 12oz cup. I like to run mine right at 10oz, but it's all up to the user.
 
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2ski

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Well the girl in the picture is wearing Kuiu....guess these are a no for Shrek. lol

These look pretty sweet. I sent my buddy the link to look at too.
 

realunlucky

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Thanks for the question, realunlucky! Can you expand a little more on your current system/cup size? The ASCENT PACKS will make up to a 12oz cup. I like to run mine right at 10oz, but it's all up to the user.
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The 5 gallon bucket of Folgers my wife got me from Costco last year finally went empty! Glad to see this Darktimber I will give it a try before she "helps" me out by buying more Folgers.


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