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Keeping a Coffee V60 Ritual will Reduce Depression

Posted by Bart Jawien on

Erin & Barty make a V60 pour-over using Hario & Origami kit while discussing how important it is to keep a daily ritual, staying present & grounded through tough times especially in a pandemic. Also, coffee and its health benefits help with reducing depression.

We drink some speciality coffees, the Peach & Blue Decaf Barty and riff on what's coming up, new articles, people we're connecting with and a new coffee we're about to release, it will be the Dom Perignon of coffee with less the Lux and more the high quality, sustainable produce theme. Including a pricing breakdown sheet direct from farm to cup. 

Also, here's the V60 recipe we followed;

17grams of coffee in and 230-270grams out of water, using a ratio of 1:15.0, also the grind we use is 14 points on the EK Mahlkonig grinder.

  1. Bloom 60grams 40 seconds
  2. 2nd Pour 90grams 
  3. 3rd Pour 90grams 
  4. 4th Pour 30grams 

Erin wrote an article on Depressions & Coffee a week back, caffeine contains the following: chlorogenic acid, ferulic acid, and caffeic acid. These acids can help reduce the inflammation of nerve cells that occur in the brain of people who experience depression.

Important to mention you can for anything 'funky' or keen to have a chat feel free to Ask Erin’ our Qualified Mental Health case Officer for a chat anytime.

Feel free to drop by, just say, ‘Hey Erin’ in strict confidence and stay anonymous if you wish. Or, do not hesitate to leave a question in the comments below any time.


 

About Bart Jawien

Am the Master Roaster and COO at Barty Single Origin. Philanthropist, coffee enthusiast, cyclist, hiker, runner, foodie, YouTuber and serial Instagrammer. Dedicated to raising awareness, the importance to staying present, grounded and healthy in mind as it's at the core of the Barty brand & initiative.


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