The Perfect Cup of Coffee
Let the coffee be transcendent. Let it take you somewhere you’ve never been before.
I'd be remiss if I didn't tell you all about it.
It was grown on the mountain sides of the Peruvian mountain,
It was then collected by a farmer named Almenyo and his familia.
He has two sons, Jorge and Rodrigo.
They support different football teams, which leads to some friction at
the dinner table, and sometimes, you can really taste the arguments.
Peru had 8% more rainfall than any other South American country this year.
That means they had two harvests,
which means this guy is really excited about these seeds.
So, let's get started.
Now, you have to respect your tools like you respect someone you love.
So, I like to talk to it,
ask it permission, may I take your top off please?
Next, you got to put some scoops in there,
now most people put two scoops, some people just eye it.
I've done this once or twice.
[LAUGH] Now this is rainwater, that I've been collecting on the roof for
about a year and a half.
Then you heat the water.
[SOUND] I boil every scoop by hand, this is going to be good.
This takes about nine hours, but trust me, it's worth it.
It is worth it.
Let the coffee be transcendent.
Let it take you places that you've never been.
I'm on a tropical island.
Morning dew drips softly off the leaves.
I'm wearing a Speedo.
And, I totally okay with that.
Like I feel great about myself.
>> I'm backpacking through the Alps.
I found a great spot with lush green grass and a waterfall.
It's somewhere between France and Switzerland.
>> I, I really have to go to the bathroom.