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Gundog Grind Coffee Review

Gundog Grind Coffee

It’s officially coffee weather and as luck would have it, I had some new coffee to try out.  Gundog Grind sent us out a few bags of coffee to test out. We are going to enjoy every cup of this process.  Gundog Grind is a small batch coffee company with a passion for hunting, dogs, amazing coffee and giving back. Every bag of coffee sold gives money to conservation organizations. 

I know September 22nd is the official first day of Fall but today was really the first cool fall day we actually had here in Nebraska.  I had to wear pants, the wind was blowing and when I took out the dog(Miko) this morning, it was crisp and I had to throw on a new flannel.  It’s officially coffee weather and as luck would have it, I had some new coffee to try out.  Generally in the Summer the only coffee that I drink is made by baristas at fancy coffee shops on a weekly date with my wife. Otherwise, I drink a whole lot of sun tea during the summer.  Once Fall hits I start to make coffee every day during the week and that continues all the way until Spring.  I use a cheap coffee grinder, grind the beans, pour the grind into my Espro French press, drop in some water at 200 degrees, let it bloom, give it a stir and wait 4 minutes until I can press it down.  Coffee for me is part ritual and part perfection and it is the ritual that I enjoy as much as I enjoy the drinking of the coffee.  I have a cheap milk heater/milk frother and I add in half and half up to the line and I pour it over my coffee along with a teaspoon of sugar into my Klean Kanteen cup and sit down at my desk and take on the day.  It’s a ritual for me every day.  If it’s going to be a long day, I use the big Espro P7 which gives me a full pot of coffee. On a short day, I use the Espro Ultralight Press P0 which makes just one cup but goes with me everywhere along with my cup and my jetboil when I am not at home.

Yesterday, it was all about the Gundog Grind Waterfowl Roast and this coffee is the kind of thing you can get excited about when you open the bag.  The caramel and vanilla smell on this coffee is just unreal and it comes through in the whole beans, in the grinding process and in every single sip of this coffee.  I made a full pot and the first cup was as good as the microwaved cup that I reheated almost 8 hours later at a little after 4pm.  This is great coffee.   Not just great coffee, it is truly exceptional and I know several people who are going to be a getting a bag of this coffee as a gift because holy heck is this stuff good. 

Today, it was all about the Dark Roast, I really needed a little bit of kick in the pants.  It is also National Coffee Day today and so what the heck, time to kick it up a notch.  This coffee is your traditional bold and strong flavor, perfect for those early morning trips out to the duck blind.  This has a strong flavor and feels great on the tip of your tongue even after you have swallowed it down.  It smells great and I am excited to be drinking this coffee today as I have a lot on my plate. Most of all, I like knowing that I am supporting this small batch coffee company that is just as passionate about the things that I love like great bird hunting, great dogs and the conservation of our public lands. 

Gundog Grind offers subscriptions and they have created partnerships with organizations like Chukar Chasers, Ruffled Grouse Society and Delta Waterfowl and an entire line of Conservation Coffee as well as their small batch coffee line.  This is a company that I am excited to support because I know they believe what I believe and I am happy to add them to my Fall and Winter ritual of a homemade cup of coffee. 

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