Brewing Basics

Coffee can be complicated, but we’re here to help. We’ve answered all of your burning questions about brewing that perfect cup. Grab your favorite mug and let’s get started.

Choosing a Roast

Whether you’re into light or dark, delicate or bold, we’ve got the roast level to suit your mood. Carefully roasted just for you!

Cameron's Coffee Roast Level Infographic
Cameron's Coffee packaging

Choosing a Blend

You know what they say, variety is the spice of life. Our vast selection of coffees will tantalize your taste buds and wake you up for the new day. Organic blends, classic staples, flavored coffee of your dreams- we’ve got it all! Take a peak at our selection of blends here.


With your preferred roast and blend chosen, you’re ready to brew a perfect cup of always smooth, never bitter coffee. Whether you’re experimenting with a new brewing method, or refining an old classic, follow these tips to take your at-home coffee experience to the next level.

Grind size infographic


Measuring the perfect ratio of coffee to water is a science. We always recommend using 1-2 TBSP ground coffee for every 6oz. of cold, fresh water, but brewing for a large crew can get complicated. That’s why we created this quick and easy tool to keep your mornings as smooth as your coffee.

Coffee Storage

Storing Your Coffee

In order to keep your Cameron’s Coffee as fresh as possible, we recommend following a few simple tips.

Store your coffee in an airtight container away from the light.

Whether your preferred coffee format is whole bean, ground or pods, we recommend keeping it in an airtight container. This guarantees that your coffee is exposed to a low amount of oxygen, resulting in the freshest flavor.

Room temperature is ideal for storing coffee.

Cold temperatures (like your freezer) can dry out the coffee beans and can even change the molecular makeup of the coffee!

And for those of us not wanting to purchase another container to sit on the counter…

Make sure to reseal your coffee using the tin tie attached to your ground or whole bean Cameron’s Coffee bag, or the tapedown attached to your EcoPod inner bag. For best results (and for caffeine filled days) try to brew your coffee within 7 days of opening. Leveraging these tips will help ensure your coffee doesn’t get stale!