Duane is the co-owner of Hogg Batch Coffee and creative genius behind the brand. Along with his twin brother, Hogg Batch specializes in experimental coffee, taking premium coffee to the next level to create unique flavors. Duane is a roaster/coffee connoisseur who’s also passionate about fitness, art, fashion, and helping people reach their goals.
IG: @hoggbatch @livefreeartist
Brewing a Barrel Aged Coffee - Papua New Guinea Timuza with Duane Hogg
Papua New Guinea Timuza, fully washed - Barrel aged and roasted by Hogg Batch Coffee, St Pete, FL
“Coffee + Whiskey” (Hogg Batch Coffee) - This limited release barrel-aged coffee features a single origin coffees from Papua New Guinea Timuza paired with the warm notes from a fresh dumped Tin Cup Whiskey barrel.
*This brew recipe uses lemon peel and sugar to make a “Coffee + Whiskey Limón” (non-alcoholic) drink. The additional sweetness and acidity pair with the barrel-aged coffee to make a truly unique beverage! If you don’t have lemon peel and sugar, feel free to omit those steps in the recipe, and brew as usual*
Ratio: 1:15 (15g coffee: 225g water)
Medium fine (sea salt)
Water Temp: 200 FAuthor:
Duane Hogg (He/ Him)
Bring filtered water to boil approximately 200°F
While the water is heating, slice a 2-inch piece of lemon peel and place in your carafe/mug, along with ½ tsp raw sugar, and about a tablespoon of water
Measure and grind 15g of coffee a little finer than normal to achieve consistency similar to sea salt.
Set up your Origami dripper and holder over your carafe/mug atop a scale, preferably with a timer.
Place the paper filter in the Origami dripper and rinse your filter over the sink in order to reduce the paper taste. *Make sure not to do this rinse over the carafe/mug you already put the lemon peel/sugar into.
Add the fresh coffee grounds to the filter and swirl gently to even them out.
Once the water has reached the approximate temperature, wet the grounds evenly just enough to coat them and start your timer. Allow the grounds to bloom for approximately 30 secs.
Begin pouring the filtered water over the grounds in a slow, circular motion, allowing them rise and fall gradually but never letting them dry out.
Keep pouring until you’ve measured approximately 225 ml of water. This should take roughly 2 – 3 minutes total time. Remove Origami dripper and enjoy!
TIPS AND TRICKS
Stay focused while brewing, everything moves pretty fast!