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Love the clean taste of Every Day Beans dark roast. The mixture of the berry and coffee is what I really value and crave.

Karl S.
Missouri City, TX

Wow and Wow... I am an avid coffee drinker, so I would say I know the good from the- not so good... but this one .. FINALLY, a personal favorite.. delish. The freshness of the blends are phenomenal. Placing my brunch order now!! Love It!

Quista S.
Houston, TX

I really enjoyed the Brazillian coffee I bought last month from Everyday Beans! Myself, family and friends loved the strong, but mild flavors of the coffee. The medium roast was roasted to perfection!

Jason V.
St. Simons Island, GA

I thought I tasted coffee until I had this. Hands down the best coffee I've ever had.

Troy R.
Missouri City, TX

It's so good I gave up Starbucks. The coffee speaks for itself.

Antonio H.
Houston, TX

Everyday Beans is so refreshing and brisk; it's the perfect way to start my morning. The office is hooked!

Kai M.
Houston, TX

I'm not much of a coffee drinker but really liked this coffee. Smooth, mild flavor, not acidic! Good coffee for the morning time.

Park L.
Houston, TX

Each time I have purchased coffee, it has been fresh and the roasts were exactly as I ordered. The medium was actually medium. The dark was actually dark. Not burned, dark. I will definitely continue to purchase my coffee from Everyday Beans.

Marcus S.
Missouri City, TX

I could never drink coffee black until I tried Everyday Beans. This coffee is great for coffee snobs AND regular joe schmoe’s! Cause it was only after tasting this coffee did I learn that coffee could be so pure, clean, and rich.

Bonnie T.
Houston, TX

Recent Blogs

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    Easy Home-Brewed Coffee: How To Make Barista Quality With Just a Measuring Cup.
    Coffee shops with 10-step theatrics may seduce us with the allure of third-wave elegance. At home though, must our daily morning routine mimic such fussiness? Between specialty pourovers, cold brew taps, and gleaming espresso machines—coffee loving has become costlier and overly complex. But here’s the thing—brewing gourmet tasting coffee doesn’t require such effort. The key is returning to the basics. And often, simplicity results in better flavor, wallet savings, and consistent quality.
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Recent Podcast Episodes

  • Season 1, Episode 51: My Coffee Journey: Reaching the Masses and Growing My Skills

    Episode Summary:
    In this podcast episode, I discuss my journey with my coffee business Everyday Beans. I share how I am preparing to launch on Amazon, including optimizing for SEO and building out a content strategy with podcasts, YouTube videos, and more to share insights into coffee and connect with customers. While selling on Amazon brings challenges like competing on price, I see it as an opportunity to reach the masses and give my business idea one good final attempt.

    I reflect on how this venture is pushing me to grow in new ways. My goal is to provide an experience beyond just selling coffee - to share my passion for the process and help listeners discover coffee in their own lives. This episode provides an inside look at my ambitious plans to build Everyday Beans into a 360 degree brand, engage customers on multiple platforms, and keep improving my skills along the way. Tune in to join me on this business journey.
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  • Season 1, Episode 50: Grinding as an Entrepreneur: Coffee, Amazon, YouTube, and Self-Care

    Episode Summary: 
    In this episode, I share updates on my coffee roasting, YouTube channel, and selling products on Amazon. I discuss my process for roasting Kenyan coffee in different ways to experiment with taste, including a very light roast at 95 on the scale. I also open up about feeling a bit overwhelmed with YouTube and wanting to improve my content by doing more overhead shots of the coffee making process.

    On the Amazon front, I share that my Everyday Beans coffee has finally been cleared to sell in the Food and Gourmet category. I plan to focus on getting my Brazilian coffee, the best seller, up on Amazon this month while I figure out the logistics.

    I also give listeners a peek behind the scenes of my home studio setup. I talk through my plans to arrange lighting and camera angles in the small space. The goal is to maximize the studio while eliminating tripods and unnecessary equipment.

    During the process of working on these entrepreneurial projects, I am reminded to slow down and take care of myself. I share that I am getting a vasectomy and have doctor's orders to take it very easy for a few days. I reflect on how past injuries have forced me to chill out and examine things in a new light. I decide to embrace this short phase of relaxing as a creative reset.

    Listeners will learn what it takes to continuously improve multiple passion projects while balancing health and family. I offer an authentic look at the ups and downs of grinding as an entrepreneur.
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  • Season 1, Episode 49: Finding My Voice: My Journey to Rediscover Kenyan Coffee

    Episode Summary:
    In this candid podcast episode, I provide an introspective look into my week, sharing updates on my coffee roasting endeavors and ecommerce business journey. I discuss experimenting with different roast profiles for a Kenyan coffee, troubleshooting equipment like audio mixers and cameras, and optimizing my home office setup.

    I also read two drafts of a video hook I wrote, demonstrating my process for crafting compelling stories and finding my unique YouTube voice. I talk through refining the narrative, pacing, and descriptive details to draw listeners into the quest to rediscover the flavors of Kenyan coffee.

    Listeners will get a glimpse into my creative process, pick up tips on coffee roasting and video production, and learn how I maintain motivation on an entrepreneurial journey filled with ups and downs. The episode is an open conversation on chasing dreams authentically.
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