Rescue Coffee Blog

  • The Greater Moncton SPCA!

    The Greater Moncton SPCA!

    Here at Rescue Coffee, we care about the issues surrounding the positive welfare of our furry friends. That’s why we teamed up with one of our partners, The Greater Moncton SPCA (GMSPCA) to highlight the importance and logistics of operating animal shelters and the impact your support has!   Each year The Greater Moncton SPCA provides a safe haven for over 3,000 animals who need help finding a home in the Greater Moncton Area. It is the largest animal shelter east of Montreal. They provide care for sick, injured, homeless, lost, and unwanted animals and with so many animals in...

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  • Top 5 Reasons to Adopt a Rescue!

    Thinking of getting a pet? Whether it’s for unconditional love and companionship or the wellness benefits they provide, owning a little fur ball can add plenty of joy to your life! And just as Important as deciding to get a pet, is deciding where you actually get them. Here are our Top 5 Reasons to Adopt a Rescue! 1. It's good for your wallet! Not only is it cheaper to get your new best friend from a rescue organization over a breeder, most will already have been spayed/neutered and gotten first vaccinations (sometimes even microchipping!)  2. It’s good for your...

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  • Brewing with a French Press

    Brewing with a French Press

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    Brewing with a French Press is my "go-to" brew method. Not only is it quick, but it makes a delicious cup of coffee that will be sure to help you tackle your busy day! Step 1: Bring enough water to a boil to fill your French Press Step 2: While water is heating, coarsely grind your whole bean coffee to resemble the consistency of sea salt. We recommend about 2 tablespoons of ground coffee for every 6oz of water. Step 3: Add grinds to empty French Press Step 4: Slowly pour enough of the boiled water in the press to...

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  • Brewing with a Chemex: 8 Easy Steps

    Brewing with a Chemex: 8 Easy Steps

    The Chemex is one of my favourite methods of brewing coffee! It takes a little more time (so I usually reserve it for the weekends) but oh so worth it! There's nothing better than the wafting aroma of freshly brewed coffee that this brewing method creates. And the result? a smooth, flavourful, delicious cup of heaven! Step 1: Unfold your paper filter and place on top of the pour over Step 2: Bring water to a boil Step 3: While water is heating, grind beans to a medium-course grind Step 4: Fully saturate the clean filter with some of the boiled...

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