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  • No-Heat Coffee Brewing for Enthusiasts with BodyBrew

    Coffee Maker Picks
    Admin
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:12 am
    Coffee has taken a huge space in the world of culinary specialties because of its flavor and ability to boost up the body’s energy. People of different races have learned various methods to roast and brew coffee beans to bring about flavor that suits their own taste and predilection. Most of these methods involve brewing coffee using hot water. For those who want something even better and tastier, BodyBrew has introduced the Bod, which extracts the perfect brew out of your chosen coffee beans using cold water, slowly but surely. Following the release of the Hourglass coffeemaker, the Bod…
  • How to Brew the Best Coffee Using a Coffee Maker

    Coffee Maker Picks
    Admin
    24 May 2015 | 11:29 pm
    A nation of coffee connoisseurs: Nearly 150 million American people drink 3 cups a day. With the innovations of coffee makers and the all-presence of excellent coffee beans or grounds, we can now enjoy the convenience of brewing the perfect cup of coffee at home. A drip coffee maker is the most common type of coffee machine and most American people owns one at home or in the office. Know the steps on how to make coffee using a drip coffee maker. Steps in Making Coffee with a Drip Coffee Maker Step1: Pour the required amount of water into the tank: Ideally use filtered tap water or bottled…
  • Four Food Blogs to Follow Now

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    Krista
    15 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    From sweet to savory, these four fantastic food blogs will satisfy your appetite. If you enjoy eating (and who doesn’t?!), check them out and follow them in your Reader so you won’t miss a dish. The Dinner Party Collective The Dinner Party Collective is a collaborative blog dedicated to “reinvigorating the delicious lost art of dinner parties.” The DPC features seasonal full-course menus, photos, and recipes from apéritifs to dessert (complete with wine pairings, no less!) ideal for dinner groups of six to eight. Blogger Margot leads an international troupe of food and wine lovers…
  • Coffee Creamer Facts You Should Know

    Brewed Coffee
    Teresa Te
    17 Jul 2015 | 12:02 am
    Coffee can be consumed in various ways – simply black, with sugar, with cream or with milk. While it may not matter much to coffee lovers, those who like to have their coffee with cream should be in the know about the what’s in this powdered or liquid non-dairy creamer. Creamers are fine to use but there are a lot of facts that you need to be aware of. Presence of Milk Protein Non-dairy creamers may not always be what they’re called. By non-dairy, it means the creamer does not contain lactose. But the absence of lactose alone does not make the product safe because it may…
  • How To Brew French Press Coffee?

    Lot of Coffee
    Thomashop
    12 Jul 2015 | 11:19 pm
    http://lotofcoffee.com/how-to-brew-french-press-coffee/How To Brew French Press Coffee? It is often said that “A gentleman is always ready to serve coffee at a moment’s notice”, it’s not much of a problem if you know how to brew French press coffee. The main reason for survival of French press is its simplicity in design and the easiness to use it. And today we are going […] The post How To Brew French Press Coffee? appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
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  • How to Brew Vietnamese Iced Coffee

    Michael Allen Smith
    1 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Vietnamese style iced coffee (ca phe sua da or cà phê sữa đá) is super easy to make and all you need is a stainless steel filter that costs around $7 USD online. If you live in a city with a Vietnamese grocery store, you will likely find them even cheaper. Vietnamese coffee can be served hot, but for this tutorial we are going to brew an iced coffee that is both strong and sweet. Although it is traditional to use dark roasted coffee for this drink, I discovered it is perfectly fine to use a medium roast. However, light roasted coffees should be avoid as they tend to be overpowered by…
  • Making Green Bean Extract Beverages at Home

    Len Brault
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    In the Brave New World of green coffee beverages, a topic that did not really exist just 5 years ago, it’s hard to find good information, techniques and recipes. Plus a lot of what exists has been posted by people who prepare green bean extract for health reasons and seem to believe that if it doesn’t taste bad, it must not be good for you. Recent articles cite stunning research results showing that the “silver skin” of the coffee bean (the paper-like outer coating of the bean, sometimes called the chaff) can contain antioxidants 500 times more powerful than Vitamin C1 [2].
  • Inanimate Objects Comics #53

    Todd Zapoli
    16 Jul 2015 | 1:53 pm
    Previous: Inanimate Objects Comics #52 Inanimate Objects by Todd Zapoli is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to add this comic to your website, provided you attribute by linking back to INeedCoffee. The post Inanimate Objects Comics #53 appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Starbucks Coffee College

    Michael Allen Smith
    15 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    This post was originally written in May 2010. One of the perks of running a coffee website is that I will on occasion get invited to coffee related events. Being in Seattle helps too. Most are for new coffee offerings and product launches. This spring I received the most interesting invitation to date: Starbucks was inviting me to attend a two day Coffee College. Now I am not exactly known for being a Starbucks fan, but I am also not a hater. My position on Starbucks is that it was part of my coffee journey years ago, but I’ve moved on to better quality. I prefer espresso to regular…
  • My Coffee Tis of Thee – America’s Patriotic Coffee History

    CB Miller
    4 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    It is not stretching the truth to say that coffee played an important role in the founding of this country. From its introduction to European culture, coffee had been considered synonymous with intellectual discourse. Because of the connection between coffee and politics, it is perhaps the most important drink for American history. Founding Fathers at the signing of the Declaration of Independence. An American in Vienna In 1672 an American named Pascall sold the first coffee in a public place within mainland Europe. The drink had previously been sold as a delicacy in door-to-door sales.(1)…
 
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  • Mocha-Coconut Frappuccino Returns

    Michelle_S
    23 Jul 2015 | 5:11 am
    When Mocha Coconut Frappuccino® blended beverage first launched in 2002—it became an instant favorite. Blended with our signature Frappuccino® Roast coffee, mocha sauce, and coconut syrup—topped with whip cream, chocolate drizzle, and toasted coconut—this Frappuccino® beverage swept fans away to a tropical chocolaty paradise. When the Mocha Coconut Frappuccino went away—fans let us know how much they missed it. In fact, the Return of Mocha Coconut on MyStarbucksIdea.com became one of the most requested Frappuccino flavors of all time. This year, we’re…
  • Saving energy with LED Lighting

    Amelia N
    11 May 2015 | 9:20 am
    Since 2008, you have shared a lot of ideas about how we can make our stores more “green,” more comfortable, and more energy efficient.  I work on the Facilities Environmental Performance Management Team, and as an environmentalist myself, I am proud to share some of the great strides we’ve made with energy efficient lighting in our stores.  But first, let me share an email from my colleague’s Mom: “This past week I was at my Starbucks getting coffee and the physical setting was so friendly, smelled great, and of course people genuinely friendly. I asked…
  • What’s your favorite Starbucks® dark roast coffee?

    Amanda W
    5 May 2015 | 8:51 am
    We love our dark roast coffees. Each one has a unique story, aroma, and taste—and all are treasured for their robust flavors. They are like our children we couldn’t possibly choose a favorite. But this isn’t about us, it is about you. We want to know what your favorite Starbucks® dark roast coffees are. Do you love the earthy and herbal notes of our single-origin Sumatra? Do you crave the rich, dark cocoa taste of Caffé Verona®? Let us know which dark roast coffee you look forward to seeing us brew in stores, or which one you like to brew at home. You can vote…
  • S’mores Frappuccino

    Maretta D
    1 May 2015 | 7:40 am
    Sitting around a campfire, roasting marshmallows with a pile of graham crackers and chocolate patiently waiting by your side, hoping you don’t eat that marshmallow right off the stick, but rather, nestle it in between their delicious, meltable layers—It’s one of the most exciting and memorable moments of childhood. Or adulthood… Any hood really. And that’s probably why we have received so many ideas about making a S’mores flavored drink. Well we heard you, and boy did we do our research. After hundreds of recipe iterations, we have finally landed on a…
  • New Caffeine-Free Oprah Chai Herbal Blend

    Carolyn K
    29 Apr 2015 | 12:09 pm
    For years, My Starbucks Idea members have been asking for a caffeine-free chai to enjoy morning, day, and night.  But we weren’t about to give you just any decaf chai. To find a recipe as warm and spicy as the original, we went to the experts. Our teaologists worked with chai lover, Oprah Winfrey, to select each ingredient and create a fresh take that is naturally caffeine-free. Usually, chai contains black tea, which brings caffeine, but Teavana® Oprah Chai Herbal Blend contains only herbs, fruits, and botanicals.  Our Teavana® Oprah Chai Herbal Blend has a light body…
 
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  • Coffee Creamer Facts You Should Know

    Teresa Te
    17 Jul 2015 | 12:02 am
    Coffee can be consumed in various ways – simply black, with sugar, with cream or with milk. While it may not matter much to coffee lovers, those who like to have their coffee with cream should be in the know about the what’s in this powdered or liquid non-dairy creamer. Creamers are fine to use but there are a lot of facts that you need to be aware of. Presence of Milk Protein Non-dairy creamers may not always be what they’re called. By non-dairy, it means the creamer does not contain lactose. But the absence of lactose alone does not make the product safe because it may…
  • More Coffee Benefits Revealed

    Teresa Te
    13 Jun 2015 | 3:34 am
    It’s a known fact that regular coffee consumption has many health benefits. Studies have proven these benefits and more are being discovered today. Researchers have noted that moderate consumption is the key to enjoying these health perks. By moderate, it means drinking at least one or two cups of coffee per day, whether it’s the caffeinated or decaffeinated one. To date, drinking coffee in moderation on a daily basis has been found to protect against type 2 diabetes, prevent Parkinson’s disease and liver disease, reduce the risk of liver cancer and improve heart health.
  • Astronauts Make First Coffee in Space

    Teresa Te
    6 May 2015 | 6:48 am
    This one’s for the books. Astronauts comprising the Expedition 43 have made a remarkable feat by making the first coffee in space. Thanks to a coffee making machine delivered from Earth, the astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) have finally satisfied their craving for coffee. Called the ISSpresso, the Espresso machine was created courtesy of the Italian Space Agency, Argotec engineering firm and coffee company Lavazza. The delivery of this specially designed machine got delayed for months. It was originally scheduled to be transported on the SpaceX rocket early last year…
  • The Art of Coffee Painting

    Teresa Te
    7 Apr 2015 | 5:14 am
    Painting is often associated with the use of acrylic, oil and watercolor. But these days, this visual art form has added a new material – coffee. Coffee painting is popular nowadays and many are happy with the result plus the aroma of their art work. In fact, there are now artists who specialize in using coffee for painting. Painters Using Coffee Pornchai Lerthammasiri is a Thai artist well known for his watercolor paintings. Some 15 years ago, however, he felt the need for more challenge in his work the reason why he ventured into using coffee for a change. For this reason, he is now…
  • Coffee Still a No-No for Kids

    Teresa Te
    11 Feb 2015 | 4:23 am
    With all the various coffee drinks readily available in the market today, many kids and teens have come to like the drink. In fact, there are brands that have come up with coffee drinks especially meant for children. But are these really healthy and okay for kids to consume? Health experts think otherwise. While they believe that coffee does not totally affect the growth of children, it still has not-so-good effects on their overall health. Difficulty Sleeping Similar to its effect on adults, coffee consumption can also cause insomnia among children aged five to 12. Teens, in particular, who…
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    Pure Coffee Blog

  • Endgrain Coffee Bar

    Bill
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Endgrain Coffee Bar Location: Pitman, NJ WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] It's no secret that small towns on the east coast have a devastatingly small amount of great coffee. Chalk it up to the high cost of real estate, or to the low patronage from the give-me-drive-thru-or-give-me-death majority. Whatever the cause, it remains a daunting
  • Lineage Coffee Roasting

    Bill
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:43 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Lineage Coffee Roasting Location: Orlando, FL WiFi?: the East End Market has it I believe Rating: 6+ [see key] In my early life, indoor markets were a constant presence. Always a deal seeker, my mother would drag my siblings and me to a local mart known for its lackluster decor and bottom dollar prices. Needless to say, this impressed
  • Torque Coffee

    Bill
    15 Jul 2015 | 10:52 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Torque Coffee Location: Vancouver, WA WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] No matter how long I'm in the area of Portland, I always make time for a stop in lovely Vancouver. Sitting pretty along the Columbia River, and but a pebbles skip from the expanses of Portland, this border city of Washington has a lot of gems definitely worth mining.
  • Mugged: Driftaway Coffee

    Bill
    10 Jul 2015 | 10:11 am
    Subject: Driftaway Coffee Coffee Mugged and Rating [see key]: - Profile 1 (Fruity): Rwanda Gitesi 6+ - Profile 2 (Classic): Brazil Fazenda do Serrado 4+ - Profile 3 ( Balanced): Nicaragua Las Nubes Co-op 5+ - Profile 4 (Bold): Honduras San Vicente 4+ It's no secret that there are different types of coffee drinkers. Some like the beautiful nuance and vibrant flavors of a lightly roasted
  • United By Blue

    Bill
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:53 am
    Subject: United By Blue Location: Philadelphia, PA WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] Early autumn mornings around a youth group campfire taught me the necessity of good coffee amidst outdoor excursions. While some nights yield a perfect nights sleep under the starry sky, others are met with surprises (such as bears or torrential rain) that cause for a less fulfilling slumber. When you wake up
 
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    emilyanntharp
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:43 pm
    So as a few readers know, I live in Tacoma and my boyfriend lives in Bellingham. We see each other on weekends either down south or up north, and love every minute together! This weekend we decided that I would visit him so I drove up on friday evening, after work, and we have had an amazing time. Today was absolutely amazing; We drove up toward Mount Baker with no destination in hope of finding a cool trail or somewhere to hang up our new hammock. After an hour of driving down country roads, dirt paths and bumpy gravel we found ourselves near Nooksack River. There was a sign for Nooksack…
  • Episode 6: The Art of Coffee with Kevin Sinnott

    rwoodallwgnam
    2 Aug 2015 | 9:54 pm
    In the first episode of our Art of Coffee series, Rachel Woodall chats with author and CoffeeCon founder/host, Kevin Sinnott, about the art of coffee. They discuss everything from why he founded CoffeeCon, to what he believes makes the perfect cup of coffee, and the art of it all.  For more on CoffeeCon, watch for our next podcast or visit the CoffeeCon website here! http://cdn.tribtv.com/wgnam/podcasts/artisticlicense/coffeeconinterview1.mp3
  • Hangover, shotty B.Cooper

    brookestellar
    2 Aug 2015 | 9:40 pm
    The hangover. Oooooh the hangover. Last night was Sarah’s Bachelorette party and it couldn’t of been more wild. We all gathered back there today to get our vehicles and let me tell you, we look like a big ol’ bag of smashed a*holes 😧. Minus the hangover and waking up so broke. Last night was soooo perfect. Jello shots punch, and pin the dick on the man. Got us nice and ready for some clubbin. It’s all a blur, I remember pulling out some old school dance moves, drinking everything. E v e r y t h i n g. Except for water, which I really should have done…
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    Wayne E.
    2 Aug 2015 | 9:01 pm
  • Coffee Break :)

    bypinkypen
    2 Aug 2015 | 8:51 pm
     Woke up 6 am, boiled some water, brought my favorite mug, filled it with hot water, added nescafe after hours of reading instructions, added some milk, sat in the living room with my weekly magazine, waited till my coffee cooled down a bit, sipped a little, spitted it out, drained the coffee in the sink, grabbed a bottle of water, pretended nothing happened. Good Morning ~~~
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    Coffee Strategies

  • Women farmers win first Myanmar coffee competition

    Andrew Hetzel
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:50 pm
    I’m pleased to announce the results of the first national coffee cupping competition held in Myanmar this May, where two women smallholder farmers were awarded first and second place in their category and the overall event. Results were announced and trophies presented at a formal ceremony last week in Pyin Oo Lwin. I had the […] The post Women farmers win first Myanmar coffee competition appeared first on Coffee Strategies.
  • You can save money on coffee — but should you?

    Andrew Hetzel
    16 Jul 2015 | 3:25 pm
    I was quoted yesterday in U.S. News and World Report on the topic of trimming the cost of coffee as saying: “The younger generation, particularly, tends to think of coffee cost in terms of ‘cups’ rather than weight and may be surprised to learn that they’re often paying more than $50 per pound for a […] The post You can save money on coffee — but should you? appeared first on Coffee Strategies.
  • Science backs coffee as a healthy part of your diet

    Andrew Hetzel
    11 Jul 2015 | 12:08 pm
    Popular YouTube medical investigation series Healthcare Triage recently featured coffee and its impact on health. The results are not surprising to those of us working in the coffee or medical industries but still, the image of coffee as a vice persists despite overwhelming scientific evidence to the contrary. Dr. Aaron Carroll, who is featured on […] The post Science backs coffee as a healthy part of your diet appeared first on Coffee Strategies.
  • Falling coffee prices threaten supply

    Andrew Hetzel
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Last week’s interview with the New York Post was a quick one: J.M. Smucker, major producer of American grocery store retail coffee brands Millstone, Dunkin’ Donuts, Folgers and others announced a 6% price cut and smaller package sizes in order to attract customers lost in recent years’ price hikes. It’s a straightforward story of a […] The post Falling coffee prices threaten supply appeared first on Coffee Strategies.
  • Coffee’s latest manufactured health craze

    Andrew Hetzel
    10 May 2015 | 6:20 pm
    About three or four weeks ago, I started receiving calls from journalists reporting on the latest fad plaguing the coffee industry, called “Bulletproof Coffee.” Promoters of the Bulletproof brand of lifestyle products claim that buying (I jest not) “bioactively rich” coffee and mixing it with butter offers vague health benefits including, “energiz[ing] your mind and […] The post Coffee’s latest manufactured health craze appeared first on Coffee Strategies.
 
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  • YeCup- A Smart Cup That'll Keep Your Coffee at the Right Temperature

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:29 pm
    Our Kickstarter of the Week column looks for the coolest new projects you can fund on sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, among others. We're always looking for projects to back because some of the most interesting products we've seen of late - like the Pebble smartwatch and the Oculus Rift - have come from small companies and not giant corporations. We're watching out for what comes next.There's always a chance that a Kickstarter will not work out, even if it's fully funded, so you should always be aware of the risks involved, but even so, crowdfunding is one of the most interesting spaces…
  • Is the plastic used in Keurig K-Cups safe?

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:24 pm
    People continue to think they are not.From time to time we post here comments that are left on the Coffee Detective blog by their readers...Jul 04, 2015Polystyrene water reservoir toxic by: Anonymous I would suggest first looking at your coffee maker. Check the bottom of the water reservoir and see what is the recycle code listing. My Keurig coffee maker had a recycle code of 6 which is polystyrene and cannot be recycled. Worse than that it leaches toxic chemicals into the water reservoir ...especially when heated. I have since called Keurig and have replaced it with an old…
  • The Smart Reason We Waste Our Dollars On Coffee

    25 May 2015 | 1:31 pm
    We adore coffee, and we’ll pay more than we need to for it, even after a devastating recession that left permanent scars on our memories. That says something about our odd human nature, but also about where entrepreneurial opportunities lie ahead.When the global economy began circling the drain in 2008, Starbucks began laying off employees and shuttering stores. Experts debated whether Starbucks could hang on much longer. “[H]onestly, I’m over it,” Dan Macsai wrote in BusinessWeek. “And apparently, so are you.” At the time, Starbucks had 15,000 stores in 44 countries, and Macsai…
  • Coffee’s Next Generation of Roasters

    25 May 2015 | 1:27 pm
    After the success of once-scrappy roasters, such as California’s Blue Bottle and Portland’s Stumptown, a new generation of small shops is reshaping America’s coffee obsessionABOUT 15 YEARS AGO, a handful of small-time roasters set out to revolutionize their industry by approaching a cup of coffee with a chef’s reverence for ingredients and a bartender’s flair for presentation. They pioneered a direct-trade system, sourcing beans straight from farms around the world. Thanks to their efforts, America fell in love with flavorful, fragrant single-origin coffees and expertly crafted…
  • Saving coffee from extinction

    25 May 2015 | 1:21 pm
    Photo: Jenny Williams/RBG KewTwo billion cups of coffee are drunk around the world every day and 25 million families rely on growing coffee for a living. Over the past 15 years, consumption of the drink has risen by 43% - but researchers are warning that the world's most popular coffee, Arabica, is under threat.Although there are 124 known species of coffee, most of the coffee that's grown comes from just two - Arabica and Robusta.Robusta makes up about 30% of global coffee production, and is mainly used for instant coffee. As the name implies, it is a strong plant - but for many, its taste…
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  • Lo Fi Coffee

    Chris Tingom
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:26 pm
    I had the good pleasure to visit Lo Fi Coffee in Mesa recently. Located on Main Street in the heart of Mesa, Lo Fi is a coffee shop owned and managed by Sam Clark. On the day I arrived, Sam was behind the bar making drinks for customers. In the time I was there they had a non-stop stream of customers all afternoon. I ordered a cappuccino and one of their iced teas that they’ve been promoting. My cappuccino was really good. I’m impressed with the way they are making their drinks and am happy to recommend Lo Fi as a great destination for a quality cappuccino. I also had a raspberry…
  • Hazelrock Coffee + Sweets

    Chris Tingom
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    Tempe has a lot of really terrific coffee shops. The new Hazelrock Coffee + Sweets in Tempe is a fantastic addition to the line up. The place is huge, too! They have more space than other nearby coffee shops and have capacity for 127 people. Hazelrock Coffee opened up in May, 2015 and occupies the space next door to Einsteins Bagels at University and Rural Rd. They are in the same complex as Tempe Improv. As the name suggests, Hazelrock is doing two things: coffee, and sweets. The coffee portion they’re doing quite well. I ordered a cappuccino and was given a beautifully crafted and…
  • Maverick Coffee in Scottsdale

    Chris Tingom
    8 Jul 2015 | 9:29 am
    Maverick Coffee, the new coffee shop from two Olympic athletes, is now open. Maverick Coffee is a new independent coffee house that is serving Ritual Coffee beans (a popular roaster in San Francisco). The new shop features a pretty big interior layout, and sports lots of comfortable couches. My wife and I, along with our two kids, dropped in for a visit last week. We visited for breakfast, and tried both the coffee and food options. The coffee is fairly standard, and they have all of your normal options as well as a couple of drinks you don’t see that often in Arizona. Such as a Flat…
  • A couple of coffee shops in St. Louis

    Chris Tingom
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:39 am
    I spent the first week of June in St. Louis, MO, and while there I had the chance to visit two coffee shops. When I travel I usually like to try the shops other people recommend, but these ones were a few that I discovered on my own using the Yelp app on my phone. Rise Coffee One of the gems in The Grove district of St. Louis. Located just south of the downtown area of St. Louis, Rise Coffee is a small coffee house located inside a two-story brick home. All of the buildings on this street have been converted to shops and restaurants, so it doesn’t feel out of place. The coffee shop…
  • Matador Coffee

    Chris Tingom
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:53 pm
    Directly across the street from Maricopa Community College is a small coffee shop called Matador Coffee. They’ve been in business for almost a decade in this same location. They do most of their business during spring nd fall, when students are in classes. The owner recently told me that their business drops off by almost 90% in the summer. I visited the shop with my entire family — my wife Jana had a toddy, and I ordered an iced mocha. We tried one of their chocolate muffins, too. We were in the area because I had to drop off my wife’s car for repairs at my mechanic.
 
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    Coffee & Conservation

  • Finca Dos Gatos: 2015 update

    JulieCraves
    10 Jul 2015 | 3:17 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. An update on growing coffee at home in a northern climate. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Nespresso AAA quality program guidelines

    JulieCraves
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:26 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. An overview of the environmental and social requirements for producers in the Nespresso's AAA Sustainable Quality Program. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Starbucks CAFÉ Practices at Daily Coffee News

    JulieCraves
    18 May 2015 | 5:25 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. I have written a post at Daily Coffee News providing an overview and fresh update on the coffee sourcing standards of Starbucks, known as the CAFÉ Practices program. Check it […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Rainforest Alliance drastically revises shade requirement

    JulieCraves
    28 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) is revising the standards used for Rainforest Alliance certification; this review process takes place every few years. Over the last decade, revisions have introduced a […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Caribou Coffee sourcing update

    JulieCraves
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. Unfortunately, Caribou no longer discloses the amount of coffee they buy, but it is still all Rainforest Alliance certified. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
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    Casa Espresso

  • Casa Espresso Featured in Northern Independent Coffee Guide 2015

    Casa Espresso
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    We’re very excited to announce our inclusion in the 2015 Northern Indy Coffee Guide. The inaugural handbook is a bible for coffee lovers here in the North of England, featuring only the best coffee shops and roasters, showing you where to find great cup no matter where you might be. The Northern Indy Coffee Guide […] The post Casa Espresso Featured in Northern Independent Coffee Guide 2015 appeared first on Casa Espresso.
  • Coffee Collaboration with Pilgrim Cycling Co

    Casa Espresso
    28 Apr 2015 | 7:09 am
    We’re delighted to announce a unique collaboration with the guys at Pilgrim Cycling Co, designers of soulful cycling gear. Working together we have created a limited edition, delicious new coffee blend inspired by biking. Continue reading to see what Tom from Pilgrim Cycling Co had to say about our collaboration and discover more about the […] The post Coffee Collaboration with Pilgrim Cycling Co appeared first on Casa Espresso.
  • Job Vacancy: Coffee Specialist Wanted

    Casa Espresso
    27 Apr 2015 | 3:25 am
    At Casa Espresso we have a passion for speciality coffee. We have been established for over 14 years now and we are going from strength to strength. We supply state of the art Sanremo espresso machines and quality coffee equipment to fully kit out the very best coffee shops, and all the sundries and ancillaries […] The post Job Vacancy: Coffee Specialist Wanted appeared first on Casa Espresso.
  • Espresso Brewing Temperature

    Casa Espresso
    27 Jan 2015 | 2:37 am
    Coffee is a complex and delicate beast, espresso particularly. To get the best from it, you have to treat it with respect. A full extraction will find the best flavour in most coffees, and temperature is crucial to achieving this- if the brewing water is too hot there will be a risk of over-extraction (bitter, […] The post Espresso Brewing Temperature appeared first on Casa Espresso.
  • Coffee Machines for Mobile Cafés & Catering Vans

    Casa Espresso
    30 Oct 2014 | 4:02 am
    Alongside working with coffee shops, cafe’s, bars and restaurants we are also able to take on less ordinary projects. Supplying a commercial coffee machine for a mobile unit, whether its from within a van, trailer or catering unit, requires a different approach from the conventional café setup. At Casa Espresso we’re often asked if our […] The post Coffee Machines for Mobile Cafés & Catering Vans appeared first on Casa Espresso.
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  • The Inside Story on the Flat White Coffee Craze

    Tim
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:06 pm
    Have you overheard more people ordering a flat white at your local coffee bar lately? Are you wondering what a flat white coffee even is, and whether you should get one? Maybe you’ve already tried one and you’re still trying to figure out what all the fuss is about.   def: A flat white is a coffee beverage that originated around the 1970s-1980s in Australia and later in New Zealand. It is prepared by pouring microfoam over a single or double shot of espresso   For anyone pondering “What is a flat white?” or “What’s the inside story on the flat white coffee craze?”…
  • Coffee Movie Scenes We Love

    Tim
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Image credit: deviantart.com If movies were made about our morning routines, then coffee would likely win an award for best supporting actor, or at least be a major plot point. And while we may never become Hollywood A-listers, our favorite wake-up beverage is no stranger to the silver screen. Here are some of our favorite coffee movie scenes from a few films you might have seen and loved. Office Space – Lumbergh Nightmare When disgruntled programmer Peter Gibbons learns that his love interest (played by Jennifer Aniston) once had a romantic relationship with his insufferable boss, Hal…
  • Why a Coffee Date Makes the Perfect First Date

    Tim
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:48 am
    “Do you want to grab a coffee sometime?” has become the opening line of choice for many hopeful people who are putting themselves out there in the dating world. And it’s often a preferred first-date strategy for those on the receiving end of a proposal. So why exactly does a coffee date make so much sense for the perfect first date? Why coffee instead of dinner – or drinks, hooking up over a workout, or attending events together? It turns out that there are actually quite a few reasons why you might want to do what other first-daters are doing, and embrace the casual coffee outing for…
  • From First Starbucks Café: Starbucks Pike Place K Cups Available Now

    Tim
    16 Jul 2015 | 2:27 pm
    These days, Starbucks is a household name when it comes to coffee, known as much for its excellent brews as it is for its friendly service, tantalizing treats, and music, too. But legend has it that it wasn’t always that way… Read on for details! Humble Beginnings Three former University of San Francisco classmates opened the first Starbuck’s Café in 1971 at 2000 Western Avenue. It was later moved to Seattle’s Pike Place Market, where it has remained ever since. It’s amusing to think of these three scrappy young entrepreneurs hashing out the details of what would become one of the…
  • Could The Ethiopian Town Of Yirgacheffe Be the Birthplace of Coffee?

    Tim
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:21 pm
    Ethiopia is well known by many for being the birthplace of coffee. Legend has it that a goatherd witnessed goats eating berries from a tree, becoming extra high-spirited, and later sleepless in the evening. The goatherd relayed his finding to the priests of his local monastery, who began experimenting with the berries. The abbot discovered that it enabled him to increase his alertness and stamina through long evening prayer sessions. Soon, the whole monastery was using coffee to improve their performance. Ethiopian Coffee Culture Coffee would eventually become a large part of Ethiopian…
 
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  • World of Coffee Gothenburg 2015

    seaislandcoffee
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:12 am
    Every year, the SCAE (Speciality Coffee Association of Europe) hosts a trade exhibition for the speciality coffee sector of Europe in a different European city. This allows the coffee community to all gather in the same place for a few days and find out about new and exciting coffee and equipment being launched and also meet new and old customers that are spread out over our lovely continent. At the same time the visitors also get to enjoy the showmanship of the contestants in the Barista World Championships, displaying new and innovative ways of brewing the perfect cup of coffee. This year…
  • The Clever Dripper Coffee Brewer

    seaislandcoffee
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:18 am
    Sea Island Coffee are excited to introduce the Clever Dripper to our range of coffee equipment. The Clever Dripper offers the best of Drip and French Press brewing, without the drawbacks of either. We’re a fan and think it is set to be a fixture in every coffee lovers kitchen.  Here’s why. How it works? Like many brilliant things, the Clever Dripper is a marvel in its simplicity.  Sat on a flat surface the cone is a closed container, but once lifted onto the rim of a jug or decanter of the right size the Clever valve is activated and the coffee begins to flow through the filter and…
  • How to make iced coffee: Clara’s way

    seaislandcoffee
    10 Jul 2015 | 10:19 am
    Clara, Head of sales at Sea Island Coffee 1. Brew your favourite coffee The first step when making ice coffee is to brew a regular pot of coffee. Use your standard brewing method, I love a filter/cafetiere brew. You usually get the real taste of coffee when it cools down – I like Geisha Costa Rica coffee and Peru Unicafe coffee.. 2. Cool down When your coffee is done brewing, pour it in to a jug and allow it to cool down to room temperature. Once it is no longer hot, put the jug in the fridge to get it nice and cold. 3. Add ice Ice coffee should preferably be drunk out of a glass and…
  • The London Coffee Festival 2015

    seaislandcoffee
    1 May 2015 | 8:12 am
    The London Coffee Festival is 5 years old this weekend, but the festival already feels well and truly established. Located in The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, the London Coffee Festival is a key event in the coffee caledar, and a must visit for any coffee lover. The event is open to the coffee trade from April 30th, although it will also open to the public this weekend of May 2nd to the 3rd. London Coffee Festival and UK Coffee Week ensures a great beginning of May for UK coffee lovers First and foremost, The London Coffee Festival is about the coffee, and you will not be left wanting…
  • From The Blue Mountains to Your Coffee Cup: Sourcing Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee

    seaislandcoffee
    16 Apr 2015 | 2:32 am
    The life of a coffee buyer can often evoke the sense of adventure in most modern people. Travelling all over the world, in search of the perfect coffee bean, exploring remote islands, and trekking through dense jungle on your journey to bring home luxurious coffee, is all part of the job description. Sea Island Coffee Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee tin at the Clifton Mount Estate   At Sea Island Coffee the sense of adventure is not dead, and our coffee buyers still travel the world in search of coffee farms and single origin estates to source rare and exotic coffee for our coffee…
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    Rocky Mountain Craft Coffee Alliance

  • RMCCA Extract Series | Summer 2015 Coffee + Beer taproom takeover

    RMCCA
    30 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
      Extract Series | Summer 2015 Coffee + Beer taproom takeover Tuesday August 18th, 2015. A day of coffee and beer pairings across the state of Colorado! In all of our coffee beer collaboration experiences, both the brewers and roasters always talk about how the part of it that was the most fun was tasting all the different combinations. We thought, why not deliver that experience to the consumer!?! Set up a taproom tasting with a brewery that you’ve collaborated with in the past. This is as simple as bringing 1-5 coffees that you can have prepared (cold-brew is preferred, or you can…
  • Barista Nation Event Denver

    RMCCA
    21 Jun 2014 | 8:39 am
    Denver, there is no doubt this event will be one of the largest Barista Nation events to date. The sponsors have developed a epic weekend full of relevant specialty coffee events, discussions, education, and entirely appropriate social gatherings that you won’t want to miss! New this year is the first ever Barista Nation Pre-Party Throwdown, 7/25/14, sponsored by Huckleberry Coffee Roasters complete with affogatos, local brews, and the latte art competition! We will wrap up the weekend, Sunday 7/27/14, with the first ever Barista Nation Boot Camp, sponsored by Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters.
  • A film About Coffee-Denver Premiere

    RMCCA
    14 May 2014 | 1:15 pm
    “A Film About Coffee” is coming to Denver thanks to the generous support of Allegro Coffee, Rocky Mountain Craft Coffee Alliance and many of your favorite local roasters. Join us at the Mayan Theater and while watching, enjoy coffee from Allegro Coffee, Huckleberry, Novo, BoxCar, Corvus Coffee and more. Immediately following the film, a Q + A will be held with director, Brandon Loper, and local coffee people including Darrin Daniel who is featured in the film. Purchase tickets in advance. Be sure to bring your paper printout or bar-code on your mobile device. Doors open at 6:30…
  • Brewed event at Epic Brewing

    RMCCA
    24 Jan 2014 | 4:38 am
    This previous Saturday, Rocky Mountain Craft Coffee Alliance members and the Brewer’s guild convened at Epic Brewing here in Denver for a collaborative event. Many roasters, myself among them, have seen a rise in the quality of coffee and beer collaboration projects over the last two years or less. Brewers are turning from darker Stouts and Ales brewed with darkly roasted coffee, and giving the same consideration to coffee as is given to other additions in any beer. Similar to choosing varietals for hop additions in a 90 minute IPA, or the specialty malts in a flagship winter porter brew,…
  • SCAA/IDP Celebration at OZO Coffee

    RMCCA
    16 Oct 2013 | 6:56 am
    Hello RMCCA OZO Coffee Company Is hosting an event this Saturday October 19th. In Celebration of Coffee Education, The SCAA’s  Instructor Development Program     Start Time: 5:30PM The Brew Bar presentations Andy Sprenger The US Aeropress Champion and Owner of Sweet Bloom Coffee Roaster. NOVO Coffee of Denver will have a Competitor in training for the up and coming competition season. The Espresso presentations Corvous Coffee of Denver, CO Conscious Coffees of Boulder, CO  will be presenting up to three SO coffees with Joel, from The CUP, of Boulder, CO Latte Battle Begins @ 7PM…
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    Coffee Bean Direct Blog

  • Thousand-Flavor Syrup Recipe

    Kate
    31 Jul 2015 | 10:49 am
    Hibiscus is a beautiful thing, but a little hard to drink straight up as a tea. Steep the dried flowers and the you get a purply-red infusion that is almost painfully tart. On the lookout for new ways to tame the flavor, we were excited to discover this recipe from Bon Appetit for a sweet, spicy, hibiscus-rose syrup. Try it in cocktails (thousand-flavor gin and tonic anyone?) and over fruit or ice cream. What you’ll need 1/4 cup sugar 2 cups water Seeds from 1/2 vanilla bean, split lengthwise 1 vanilla pod 3 wide strips lemon zest 3 lightly crushed green cardamom pods 1 star anise…
  • Smoked Coffee Barbecue Sauce

    Kate
    23 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    If you haven’t tried smoked coffee yet, here’s another reason: it’s fun to cook with. Available during the warmer months of the year, our smoked coffee is wood-smoked in an actual smokehouse and tastes exactly like campfire coffee tastes in your dreams (minus the overcooked bitterness and mouthful of grounds). Coffee is a great way to add complexity to recipes, and the smokiness  complements more robust flavors, perfect for meats as a rub or marinade, or as an addition to chili. This recipe uses our standard Smoked Coffee blend, although we also offer French Roast…
  • Cold Steeped Almond Tea

    Kate
    17 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Most of the recipes we try  in our kitchen/laboratory here are a combination of ideas and flavors we love. Flavored almond milk, cold-steeped iced tea, and spicy tea lattes are things that make the world better, and we decided to bring them together to form a super-beverage: almond milk flavored with loose leaf tea, cold-steeped overnight. We’ve tried this with flavored black and green teas. Our favorites include French Toast Chai, Horchata (a cinnamon-y blend of black and green teas and toasted rice), and our sweet and spicy Churro black tea. Cold-steeped overnight (12 hours),…
  • Fresh From the Kiln: Our New Artisan Mugs

    Kate
    14 Jul 2015 | 12:09 pm
    It’s been a while since we’ve carried a Coffee Bean Direct mug, but we recently updated our bean and arrow logo and decided to celebrate with a new mug design. Our durable and beautiful Artisan stoneware mugs are for you lovers of things rustic, beautifully imperfect, and one of a kind. Here’s our first batch, fresh from the kiln at Goose Creek Pottery in Rosemont, NJ, where potter Ted Green makes each wheel-thrown mug, one at a time.         These mugs are a labor of love and made by hand. As a result, they vary slightly in size and glaze pattern.
  • Super Easy Cold Brew: Two Methods

    Kate
    10 Jul 2015 | 1:38 pm
    A while back we posted a fantastic article on how to cold brew coffee in large batches. Sweeter and less acidic than traditional iced coffee, cold brew truly deserves its current popularity. The instructions in our post couldn’t be easier, but they do involve cheesecloth, which is a turn-off to some (what aisle is that in?). Recently we’ve been experimenting with some alternate cold brew methods using equipment intended for other things that we happened to have around. Here are two, cheesecloth-free cold brewing methods we like that get the job done without a mess. What you…
 
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  • Google Fonts: Free Typefaces for Your Site

    Payton Swick
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:50 am
    We’re really happy to announce that we’ve added over 30 free Google Fonts to your Theme Customizer. Even better, you don’t need any upgrades to access them; these fonts are free for everyone. Go to WordPress.com → Customize to see the new Fonts section in the sidebar. From there you can browse and preview typefaces like Gentium Book Basic, Libre Baskerville, Merriweather, and Ubuntu. When you select a font, you’ll immediately see your site in the preview with that font applied. For most font choices, you can also change the size and style of the text. Click to view…
  • WordPressers Making a Splash

    Ben Huberman
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    We read hundreds of blogs and websites every day, from up-and-coming voices and established pros alike. We love visiting those sites on WordPress.com, but it’s just as rewarding to see other platforms embrace the work of writers, journalists, and artists who regularly publish here, introducing it to new audiences. Here’s a selection of WordPress.com bloggers who recently made a splash. A mathematician at work Terry Tao is a veteran blogger, publishing prolifically on his site since 2007. He also happens to be a Fields Medal recipient and one of the leading mathematicians…
  • August in Blogging U: Blogging 101

    Michelle W.
    28 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Have you just started blogging (welcome!), or are you looking to breathe new life into a blogging habit that’s fallen by the wayside? Blogging U. is a great way to get on track, with bite-size assignments, a supportive community, and staff to support you. This August, we’re offering Blogging 101— and registration is now open! Blogging 101: Zero to Hero — August 3 – 21 Blogging 101 is three weeks of bite-size blogging assignments that take you from “Blog?” to “Blog!” Every weekday, you’ll get a new assignment to help you publish a post, customize your…
  • New Themes: Libretto, Lovecraft, and Publication

    sarah semark
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Happy Theme Thursday! Today we’re introducing three new free themes to our collection: Libretto, Lovecraft, and Publication. Libretto Featuring big, bold drop caps and oversized images, Libretto is ideal for showcasing longform writing or stunning imagery. Its classic design and typographic details will give your blog a sophisticated, elegant look. Fully responsive, the theme adapts easily to tablets and other mobile devices, ensuring that your content is easy to see. Libretto is a fork of Readly, originally designed by WPShower. Get to know Libretto in the Theme Showcase, or give it a…
  • Four Food Blogs to Follow Now

    Krista
    15 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    From sweet to savory, these four fantastic food blogs will satisfy your appetite. If you enjoy eating (and who doesn’t?!), check them out and follow them in your Reader so you won’t miss a dish. The Dinner Party Collective The Dinner Party Collective is a collaborative blog dedicated to “reinvigorating the delicious lost art of dinner parties.” The DPC features seasonal full-course menus, photos, and recipes from apéritifs to dessert (complete with wine pairings, no less!) ideal for dinner groups of six to eight. Blogger Margot leads an international troupe of food and wine lovers…
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    Coffee Area

  • How to Make Iced Coffee: Ultimate Guide for Iced Coffee

    Admin
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:13 pm
    The post How to Make Iced Coffee: Ultimate Guide for Iced Coffee appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin It4 Ways for How to Maker Iced Coffee Iced-coffee is among many people’s favorite especially in a scorching summer. It is much cheaper to make iced coffee at home than buying one from coffee shop. Besides, you get the freedom to make a cup of coffee of your own flavor and strength. Few coffee shops offer customized coffee, but you can make this dream come true by doing it yourself.  The most important thing of…
  • Coffee Roundup: Coffee and Global Warming, Prolong Your Life, Right Drinking Time

    Admin
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:20 pm
    The post Coffee Roundup: Coffee and Global Warming, Prolong Your Life, Right Drinking Time appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItHere is Coffee Roundup for June 2015 from coffeearea.org. Today’s Coffee Roundup Articles include: Coffee for the Homeless, Indian Coffee Chain Overtakes Starbucks, Correlation Between Coffee and Stronger Penis, Effects of Global Warming on Coffee, Coffee with a Cop, How Coffee can Prolong your Life and the Right time to Drink Coffee 1. Customers at Black Sheep Coffee Buy Coffees for…
  • Coffee RoundUp: Coffee Made in Space, Coffee and Climate Change, Poverty…

    Admin
    5 May 2015 | 7:40 pm
    The post Coffee RoundUp: Coffee Made in Space, Coffee and Climate Change, Poverty… appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItIn today’s Coffee Roundup from CoffeeArea.org, we have picked out 7 interesting articles that deserve your reading it. They are: Coffee Made in Space, Effect of Climate Change on Coffee, Alleviating Poverty through Coffee, Having Coffee with the Police Chief, Genius Uses of Coffee and Learning Life Skills through a Coffee Shop. 1. First Space Coffee, Ever! from International Space…
  • Coffee Roundup: Coffee Benefits, Coffee Apps, Events and More

    Admin
    11 Apr 2015 | 6:42 pm
    The post Coffee Roundup: Coffee Benefits, Coffee Apps, Events and More appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItToday’s coffee roundup news will be focusing on the latest coffee gadgets in the market, health benefits of coffee, socializing with cops over a cup of coffee, current coffee conferences, working with local coffee farmers. Coffee-roundup 1. Caffeine in Coffee Protects Against Skin Cancer: (http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2015/04/caffeine-in-coffee-protects-against-skin-cancer) According to the…
  • Factors Related with Health When Drinking Coffee

    Admin
    1 Apr 2015 | 5:45 pm
    The post Factors Related with Health When Drinking Coffee appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItThe Right Ways to Have Coffee From onedollarbar.com << 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee THE TIMING: When is the best time to drink coffee? Since caffeine stays in your body for quite a while, you should drink it many hours before going to bed. 2 p.m. is usually the best time. Also, it should be drunk while having a meal. But, if you find that drinking it by 2 p.m. still interferes with your…
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    Coffee Brew Guides

  • The Black Box – Angel’s Cup Launches Another Winner

    Garrett Oden
    25 Jul 2015 | 9:27 am
    I’ve made it very obvious in recent months how much I love the unique coffee subscription service Angel’s Cup. Their approach to training subscribers to taste coffee well is nicely developed, their products and mobile apps are well executed, and their impact on the industry is very significant. I once wrote about the original Tasting Flight that Angel’s Cup launched late last year – make sure you check that out! Angel’s Cup’s new product launched this month, The Black Box. It is essentially a larger Tasting Flight with four 2.75oz bags instead of four…
  • Brewing Ratios for Dummies

    Garrett Oden
    20 May 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Reading coffee brewing guides can be quite confusing if you’re not familiar with how coffee brewing ratios work. They aren’t complicated, but can appear confusing without a good explanation of the math and reasoning behind their purpose and use. After reading this guide, you should be a ratio master! Just like all variables, ratios are about manipulating strength and yield to achieve the greatest cup possible. A jar of water poured on top of a single coffee bean is not going to make a very strong cup of coffee. That same amount of water poured over 60 beans will be relatively…
  • Crema.co – A New Specialty Coffee Marketplace

    Garrett Oden
    31 Mar 2015 | 11:32 am
    Coffee is not new to online marketplaces, but the landscape is changing. Some of these multi-roaster marketplaces have focused on technology, photography, or internationally-recognized roasters, but a new player is joining the league – one that focuses on the origin. Crema.co seems to be the answered prayer to many coffee enthusiasts, professionals, and average drinkers who are concerning about their buying habits. Where is the money going? Are the farmers receiving a legitimate wage? Who even grows my coffee? All of these questions will be answered with the up and coming Crema.co…
 
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    Lot of Coffee

  • How To Brew French Press Coffee?

    Thomashop
    12 Jul 2015 | 11:19 pm
    http://lotofcoffee.com/how-to-brew-french-press-coffee/How To Brew French Press Coffee? It is often said that “A gentleman is always ready to serve coffee at a moment’s notice”, it’s not much of a problem if you know how to brew French press coffee. The main reason for survival of French press is its simplicity in design and the easiness to use it. And today we are going […] The post How To Brew French Press Coffee? appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
  • Best French Press Coffee Maker

    Thomashop
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:42 am
    http://lotofcoffee.com/best-french-press-coffee-maker/Best French Press Coffee Maker French press or coffee press no matter what you call it, it stood the test of time and is going to stay here for long. And it is making a great comeback in the recent time. May be the simple design or the particular brew it produces, whatever may be the reason, we cannot deny […] The post Best French Press Coffee Maker appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
  • Best Way To Store Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans In Home

    Thomashop
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:24 am
    http://lotofcoffee.com/best-way-to-store-fresh-roasted-coffee-beans-in-home/Best Way To Store Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans In Home We all love freshly brewed coffee. Don’t we? However the freshness and the aroma of the coffee does depend on all of the factors starting from the plantation, roasting, storing, grinding to the brewing of the coffee. Although, we cannot control the factors related to the plantation, we can be sure that if the beans […] The post Best Way To Store Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans In Home appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
  • Best Siphon or Vacuum Coffee Maker

    Thomashop
    13 May 2015 | 10:50 am
    http://lotofcoffee.com/best-siphon-or-vacuum-coffee-maker/Best Siphon or Vacuum Coffee Maker The Lost Art of Siphon or Vacuum Coffee Making The vacuum or Siphon coffee maker was invented in the year 1830, by Loref of Berlin, and was quite popular those days for the quality and clarity of brew it produced. However, it got left behind, as it was a bit complex for daily use then. […] The post Best Siphon or Vacuum Coffee Maker appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
  • Best Milk Frother Review For 2015

    Thomashop
    6 May 2015 | 9:14 pm
    http://lotofcoffee.com/best-milk-frother-review-for-2015/Best Milk Frother Review For 2015 What’s the Best Milk Frother? When you are making coffee, you need not only think about creating a great espresso, or latte. You also need to take care of foaming the milk that goes with it. Almost 50 percent of the taste depends, on how well the milk has been frothed. Nowadays even the cheapest […] The post Best Milk Frother Review For 2015 appeared first on Lot of Coffee.
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    Coffee Maker Picks

  • No-Heat Coffee Brewing for Enthusiasts with BodyBrew

    Admin
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:12 am
    Coffee has taken a huge space in the world of culinary specialties because of its flavor and ability to boost up the body’s energy. People of different races have learned various methods to roast and brew coffee beans to bring about flavor that suits their own taste and predilection. Most of these methods involve brewing coffee using hot water. For those who want something even better and tastier, BodyBrew has introduced the Bod, which extracts the perfect brew out of your chosen coffee beans using cold water, slowly but surely. Following the release of the Hourglass coffeemaker, the Bod…
  • The 10 Most Expensive Coffee Machines

    Admin
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:18 am
    Coffee is considered as a powerful gift from Mother Nature. Moreover, its participation in the global market for culinary produce dates is recognized as one of the firsts.With more and more cups of coffee amounting to approximately 2.25 billion being consumed every single day, an equivalently growing number of coffee bean-producing regions are now being recorded. Ecuador, Ethiopia, Vienna, Rome, and Paris are among the most famous suppliers of high-quality beans all over the world. In places throughout the United States and in almost all countries all over the world, premium coffee has put on…
  • 10 Effective Ways to Remove Coffee Stains from Clothing

    Admin
    26 Jul 2015 | 11:49 pm
    One of the most annoying things that can happen is when your favorite coffee drink spills off the cup and leaves a visible stain on your shirt. You think you’re starting the day right as you have your daily dose of caffeine, but things just go seemingly wrong when this unfortunate accident takes place. You can either change your shirt and put on a new one if you are in a hurry, and try to remove the stain later on. However, if you are already on your way to school, or in a conference hall to meet with your boss, then you should be able to do some wise hacks to clean up the mess right there…
  • DIY Vacuum Coffee Maker Made of Light Bulbs

    Admin
    2 Jun 2015 | 2:43 am
    There are coffee lovers who are also do-it-yourself die-hards. A famous YouTuber in Europe, Rulof Maker posted a cool video this year 2015 about a do-it-yourself coffee maker. The Italian youtuber demonstrates how to make a vacuum coffee maker made of old light bulbs. Although this isn’t for beginners and it requires skills, but odds are that you will not find anything more satisfying than to finish this DIY project with your own hands. Rulof figured a way on how to convert old light bulbs into a fully functional vacuum brewer in this 8-minute video.   The things you’ll need for this…
  • How to Brew the Best Coffee Using a Coffee Maker

    Admin
    24 May 2015 | 11:29 pm
    A nation of coffee connoisseurs: Nearly 150 million American people drink 3 cups a day. With the innovations of coffee makers and the all-presence of excellent coffee beans or grounds, we can now enjoy the convenience of brewing the perfect cup of coffee at home. A drip coffee maker is the most common type of coffee machine and most American people owns one at home or in the office. Know the steps on how to make coffee using a drip coffee maker. Steps in Making Coffee with a Drip Coffee Maker Step1: Pour the required amount of water into the tank: Ideally use filtered tap water or bottled…
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