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  • Inanimate Objects Comics #52 – Coffee Poems by a Green Mug

    I Need Coffee
    INeedCoffee
    3 May 2015 | 10:19 am
    Previous: Inanimate Objects #51 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 #52 – Coffee Poems by a Green Mug appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • S’mores Frappuccino

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    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…
  • Nuova Simonelli Oscar, Teddy Burke

    CoffeeGeek.com
    29 Apr 2015 | 6:47 pm
    Bottom Line: A good value in its price class.  Can produce very satifying results. Great steaming.Read review...
  • The Art of Coffee Painting

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    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…
  • Tamp and Tap

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    Bill
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Tamp and Tap Location: Memphis, TN WiFi?: Yes Rating: 5+ [see key] One of my first major road trips back when I was first in college was a whirlwind 32-hour road trip to and from Memphis. Two friends and I decided one weekend we wanted to visit some other friends going to school down yonder, so we alternated shifts and arrived lickety-split
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  • Inanimate Objects Comics #52 – Coffee Poems by a Green Mug

    INeedCoffee
    3 May 2015 | 10:19 am
    Previous: Inanimate Objects #51 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 #52 – Coffee Poems by a Green Mug appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Coffee Cultures: Eritrea and Ethiopia

    Stefanie Spencer
    29 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    In Eritrea (pronounced er-ih-TRAY-uh), coffee is not merely something that starts on a timer and brews into to-go cups, but it is a ceremony, a ritual, a meaningful time to sit down with friends and family to chat. Many Americans have such fast paced lives that they miss out on so many important things, like time with friends and family. In this culture, however, they take time to enjoy coffee or tea together. According to one website, “Ethiopia is the only (coffee) producing country in Africa with a traditional coffee drinking culture. This tradition is reflected in the Coffee…
  • Daily Coffee Drinker? 3 Ways to “Green” Your Routine

    Drew Beal
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:23 am
    Did you have a cup of coffee yesterday? If you’re an American over the age of 18, then the answer is probably ‘yes.’ That’s because 54% of adults drink coffee every day in this country [1]. Which is completely understandable: it’s delicious, it wakes us up, and we’re totally addicted. Here’s another question: did you use a paper cup yesterday? If you visited a coffee shop, then the answer is overwhelmingly a probable ‘yes.’ That’s because 98% of drinks served at coffee shops are served in single-use disposable cups. Full disclosure: that’s the percentage of…
  • Thai Won On – Thai Iced Coffee

    Donald Machado
    15 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    The best way to approach the Thai Won On – Thai Iced Coffee recipe is to pull lots of espresso shots and then place them in the refrigerator to cool. If you do not have an espresso machine, you can brew double-strength coffee. Fill a glass 1/3 of the way with crushed iced. Fill a separate glass with 2 oz sweetened condensed milk. Pour 2-3 oz of coffee (depending upon strength you like) over the sweetened condensed milk (you’ll notice the coffee will sit on top as its own layer). Stir rapidly with a spoon until well blended. Pour over the ice in the other glass. thai iced coffee by…
  • Make Your Own Genmaicha Tea

    Michael Allen Smith
    1 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    I’m a coffee drinker that also loves tea. When I chat with other coffee drinkers they often don’t share my love for tea. One of the big reasons I believe is that often their only experience is with low grade bagged tea or that dreadful Genmaicha tea served at many sushi restaurants. In a future article, I’ll extend my hand and guide the coffee enthusiast into the world of quality loose leaf tea. For this post, I’m just going to tackle Genmaicha. Genmaicha tea is a Japanese green tea that is blended with toasted brown rice. The history of the tea was that poor families…
 
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  • 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…
  • Starbucks app + Apple Watch

    Ben Straley
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:03 am
    Over the years, your ideas have inspired many new features and functions for the Starbucks® app for iPhone® including: Pick of the Week, Mobile Order & Pay, shake-to-pay, digital tipping, Card reload with Apple Pay™, and tracking Stars and earned rewards.  Today we released an update to our app that allows app users in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. to synch with Apple Watch™.  With the Starbucks app for iPhone® v3.2.5 installed and synced with Apple Watch, you’ll be able to: -View your My Starbucks Rewards® Star balance and track earned…
  • New Lunch Wraps at Starbucks

    Jo O
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Lunch. That magical time in the middle of the day that you look forward to all morning. The quick break that helps you reset, recharge, take a breath and take a bite of something delicious. We know how important lunch is, so we listened carefully to all your ideas when deciding which new options to add to our menu. Introducing, the Edamame Hummus Wrap and the Thai-Style Peanut Chicken Wrap. Both under 500 calories. For the Edamame Hummus Wrap, we put a twist on traditional hummus by swapping the chickpeas for edamame—a light and refreshing alternative, and a perfect complement to the…
  • Call For Ideas: Carryout Carriers

    RaNae V
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Thanks to your great ideas, Starbucks now has more food options than ever. And with all these great choices for breakfast and lunch, we want to make sure we are providing you with the best solution for carrying out your food and drinks. We’d love to know your thoughts on how to do this. Our stores currently carry a cardboard cup tray (which can hold up to four drinks) and shopping bags for multiple food items. But we know we can do better. Please let us know the situations that you find yourself wanting for an easier way to carry your order and any suggestions that you have. Thank you!
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  • Nuova Simonelli Oscar, Teddy Burke

    29 Apr 2015 | 6:47 pm
    Bottom Line: A good value in its price class.  Can produce very satifying results. Great steaming.Read review...
  • Baratza Virtuoso Preciso, Howard Karger

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:52 am
    Bottom Line: This is a good machine for light and occasional use, but not necessarily as a daily grinder for 8 or so cups a day. While the initial grind is good the long-term longevity is questionable.Read review...
  • Fiorenzato Grinders, Aman LaChapelle

    19 Apr 2015 | 11:51 am
    Bottom Line: Non-Mazzer that performs like a champRead review...
  • SCAA 2015 Show Preview Report

    8 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    We take an advanced look at this week's 2015 SCAA "The Event" Trade Show and Convention, happening in Seattle, WA, April 9 to 12, 2015.Read more...
  • Isomac Millenium, Lorenzo Cremasco

    7 Apr 2015 | 5:57 am
    Bottom Line: Love this coffee machine. It has been a great investment, no regrets.Read review...
 
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  • 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…
  • How Coffee Can Aid in Weight Loss

    Teresa Te
    9 Jan 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Coffee may be more famous for being a drink that perks you up whether in the morning, mid-afternoon or in the evening. But medical experts have found more benefits to drinking coffee other than what most people know of. For one thing, it also helps promote a healthy weight. Medical researcher Chris Kilham who’s also an author and founder of Medicine Hunter Inc. said that drinking coffee after a meal aids in digestion. This means coffee helps the body slowly process the meal you just consumed. Cornell University professional of nutritional science David Levitsky also agreed saying that…
  • Brewing Vietnamese Coffee at Home

    java queen
    25 Sep 2014 | 1:10 pm
    To me, Vietnamese coffee is one of the unsung heroes in the world of java. When brewed properly, Vietnamese coffee is rich and dark with an amazing smoothness on the palate. Family and friends, well-aware of my coffee habit, happily enable my addiction by always bringing me coffee from their travels around the world; receiving coffee from Vietnam is always a thrill to me, and I’ve tried a variety of beans from the country. Vietnam is a beautiful country with amazing people, amazing food, and amazing coffee. It’s a shame that its history has been so turbulent, marked by war and its…
  • 4 of My Favourite Coffee Projects On Kickstarter Now

    Gavin Shaw
    22 Aug 2014 | 1:59 am
    Crowdfunding has been a popular gateway for start-ups, in this instance, for coffee shop business owners. So, if you are a coffee lover, Kickstarter is a good avenue to get a hold of must see or must buy Kickstarter project ideas. There are a wide array of interesting coffee shop stories you can choose from, but the following are four of my favourite Kickstarter projects to date. Chemung Coffee Tree – What is it about? It is a drive-thru coffee shop with a cool motive—to help improve the local economy. Products sold from their drive thru coffee shop are products that can be found…
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  • Tamp and Tap

    Bill
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Tamp and Tap Location: Memphis, TN WiFi?: Yes Rating: 5+ [see key] One of my first major road trips back when I was first in college was a whirlwind 32-hour road trip to and from Memphis. Two friends and I decided one weekend we wanted to visit some other friends going to school down yonder, so we alternated shifts and arrived lickety-split
  • Peddler Coffee

    Bill
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:15 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Peddler Coffee Location: Philadelphia, PA WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] For as long as I've been drinking coffee, I've been a firm believer in imbibing while learning. Clearly any academic or scholarly venue becomes better ten fold with a cup of good coffee in hand. This applied firmly to classes in college, small group Bible discussion,
  • Fill in the Coffee Map - Next Leg

    Bill
    21 Apr 2015 | 10:36 am
    With the great response to the last Fill in the Coffee Map leg, the series is making its second go. We'll be heading out to new places and giving quality coffee establishments lots of limelight, adding bright, shiny pins to the coffee map. Similar to the the past FitCM campaign, it will be brought to you in part by the aid of sponsors. To clearly designate their assistance, at the bottom of
  • Arbor Lodge

    Bill
    14 Apr 2015 | 8:19 am
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: The Arbor Lodge Location: Portland, OR WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] Not every city neighborhood has a name that also works perfectly as a coffeehouse name. But Arbor Lodge, Portland is such a neighborhood with such a coffeehouse. Born to provide quality, responsible goods in an easily accessible spot, the Arbor Lodge sits on a
  • Mugged: The Coffee Dispatch

    Bill
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:58 am
    Coffee Subscription Service: The Coffee DispatchRoasters / Coffees / Rating [see key]: - Messenger Coffee Co: Papua New Guinea Waghi Valley 5+ - Thou Mayest: Ethiopia Kochere 5+ - Broadway Roasting Co: Ethiopia Sidamo 5+ - City Market Coffee Roasters: A Brewed Awakening 4+ - Parisi Coffee - omitted (see below) - The Roasterie - omitted (see below) Kansas City is the one Missourian city I have
 
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  • Beautiful Florida Mornings

    Florida Minimalist
    3 May 2015 | 4:26 am
    The last few mornings here on the Florida East Coast have been unusually chilly. So this morning I’m wrapped in a blanket writing this early blog, sipping my coffee and enjoying the sounds of all the birds. We live in a neighborhood, but have nothing but woods behind our house. This is the favorite part of our house. It was a nice feature when looking to buy, but quickly turned into a feature we now couldn’t live without! I had time between soccer games and a wedding to declutter my back porch. It’s very large, but the only thing left are the two chairs you see, a big six…
  • I am officially home.

    Thomas Samuel
    3 May 2015 | 3:47 am
    As my followers and readers will know, 99% of my body is made up of coffee. This morning, for the first time in 2 weeks, I went to Costa, and only now do I finally feel home. It also made my walk to work considerably nicer. I tried Costa’s food for the first time today. I had a chicken fajita panini and it was lovely. I do feel sorry for all of the elderly people who live in houses with big ugly orange signs asking for people to vote for them. I’m not sure what I’d do, vote for them so that they’d take down their signs, or vote for the person who puts the least…
  • Gotta Have It

    kmoser56
    3 May 2015 | 3:40 am
    The convenience of small village lifestyle: no traffic, no lines. Just a convenience store selling the half and half, and a freshly baked doughnut.  I cave and buy both.  Life is good.   
  • 超級英雄 - Beans & Beats

    kevin5012
    3 May 2015 | 3:26 am
    Beans & Beats 02-27655533 台北市松山區富錦街346號 Maps Tue ~ Sat: 13:00 ~ 21:00 Sun: 13:00 ~ 19:00 Off Mondays Facebook Page 富錦街的悠閒氣氛與咖啡店相得益彰 Beans & Beats是唱片廠牌顏社Kao Inc的咖啡店 致力推廣台灣嘻哈 旗下藝人有蛋堡與葛仲珊 味覺與聽覺的雙重滿足 咖啡品項味道規矩 菜單上的老實人鮮奶油雞蛋糕攬莓果醬 就是未組合的鮮奶油蛋糕 Beans & Beats的嘻哈塗鴉風格 無畏地在日系店家掛帥的富錦街獨樹一格
  • My Left Is Not My Right

    billclaxton
    3 May 2015 | 3:19 am
    Ever wonder why in a court of law you’re required to raise your right hand and swear to tell the truth? Why not the left hand? Sometimes when you join a church or club, you are given the “right hand of fellowship.” In America, when we say the “Pledge of Allegiance,” put our right hand over our heart. Why is the world so right-handed? While most scientists agree that genetics are the major contributors to determine handedness, there is little agreement on anything else. Even the percentage of right-handed people is a big question mark; the results will be…
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  • Roasting coffee ... by bike!

    15 Apr 2015 | 2:06 am
    Davis is one of America's best bike cities. Bikes are everywhere. That may be why Alex Roth rides an old Schwinn for a living. He's the "Pepper Peddler."Roth used to roast peppers and never changed the company name. On his rickety stationary bike, with the assist of propane, Roth pedal-powers a giant steel drum. Inside, coffee beans roast. A low cost, environmentally friendly way to run a coffee business.How Davis is this?Roth described his roasting drum as a "glorified dryer. Clothes dryer, basically. Tumbling the coffee in there."Roth has been peddling coffee behind an industrial warehouse…
  • The Space Station Gets A Coffee Bar

    15 Apr 2015 | 2:01 am
    In space, all they have is instant."For an instant coffee, it's an excellent instant coffee," says Vickie Kloeris, who manages the space station's food supply for NASA. Astronauts are allotted up to three freeze-dried cups (pouches, actually) a day, and Kloeris says it's "extremely popular."But, she adds, "can it compete with brewed espresso? No."And that is a problem, particularly for the Italian astronauts that occasionally come to the station. In 2013, Luca Parmitano reportedly said the only food he missed from Earth was espresso coffee.Now a resupply mission with a space-aged espresso…
  • How to make Coffee cubes

    14 Apr 2015 | 10:07 pm
    In this instructable I will show you how to simplify your coffee routine with coffee cubes. We've all been in a hurry, fixed a cup of coffee and then experienced the agony of not being able to drink it because it is too hot. I'm going to show you how to keep your coffee at the perfect temperature (hot or cold) without sacrificing the integrity of your coffee's flavor with watery ice cubes. Let's get started!-A pot of room temperature coffee. I used Mexican Chiapas. (Yum)-Your favorite creamer or flavor shot-Ice cube trayThat's it. You should have all these things on hand if you are a coffee…
  • How to keep your coffee healthy

    14 Apr 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Your morning coffee may give you the energy to start your day, but did you also know that daily coffee habit is good for your health, especially your cardiovascular health?The coffee plant and its beans are chock full of thousands of chemicals and polyphenol antioxidants, vitamins, bioflavonoids, and minerals that promote heart health and help to neutralize the effect of naturally occurring caffeine.Drinking a moderate amount of coffee each day—one to five cups—can help you avoid clogged arteries. The plaque that forms in arteries consists of calcium deposits that contribute to hardening…
  • These Dissolving Coffee Pods Are The Anti-Keurig

    14 Apr 2015 | 10:01 pm
    THESE SUGAR-COVERED PODS DISSOLVE IN YOUR COFFEE, SO THEY'RE GENTLE ON THE ENVIRONMENT.A minimally designed new coffee maker from Singapore-based designer Eason Chow fixes one of the biggest problem with single-serving coffee machines, like Keurig: their plastic coffee pods are incredibly wasteful. Chow's Droops Coffee Maker—unfortunately just a concept at this point—uses coffee pods covered in sugar, which dissolve as hot water pours through the pod. His pods come in various shapes and sizes to include different coffee flavors and to adjust the amount of sugar to the drinker's liking.
 
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  • On grief, in springtime.

    Carolyn
    1 May 2015 | 1:38 pm
    I learned a lot this week. I learned what it’s like to say goodbye to the last member of a whole generation. That it feels like a seismic shift. A sudden reframing of our place in the world. A time to talk about goals and plan big things. That change begets change, all on its […]
  • August in Seville

    Carolyn
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:35 am
    You might remember when we left Málaga last summer. We belly-crawled like Navy SEALs out of our hotel in the middle of the night and shared the back of a pickup with live chickens as we hitchhiked our way to Seville. Whatever it took to escape to a place more fitting before the clock struck midnight on Cope’s […]
  • A Hot Mess: Grilled Cheese with Sauerkraut and Dijon

    Carolyn
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:43 am
    Of course I knew it wasn’t a good idea to search “hot mess” on Urban Dictionary. Maybe it’s because I watched the whole two seasons of Broad City in as many days, but I couldn’t stop myself anyway. Turns out it wasn’t a good idea. It was a great idea. Here’s what the top entry said: […]
  • Nut Loaf. Trust Me.

    Carolyn
    9 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    Yesterday evening at 5:23 we were slipping pungent, silky pieces of Taleggio onto a few crackers for a snack and settling in to start our homework. Then, in a surge, the lights went out, and everything that beeps was beeping. We heard a noise so loud that I’m convinced I saw it. And the telephone pole with the […]
  • A Musical Visit to Tallinn and Helsinki

    Carolyn
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Here’s something I don’t talk about much: I sing. Kind of a lot. Not just in the car (though, come on, definitely in the car), and usually not just that awkward kind of sidewalk singing where you’re wearing your noise-canceling Beats by Dre headphones and assume you sound awesome. (It’s not your fault — you paid […]
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  • Introducing Leaner Creamer

    Jason Coffee
    27 Apr 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Leaner Creameris a coffee creamer that is intended to help suppress you appetite and provide a healthy alternative to your cream and sugar. In this Episode Jason Coffee tastes Leaner Creamer and shares his thoughts on the flavor. Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Introducing Leaner Creamer appeared first on Coffee Cup News - Coffee Blog & Website.
  • Single Origin Coffee Subscription Marketplace

    Jason Coffee
    13 Mar 2015 | 3:36 pm
    No one can deny that coffee subscriptions have been exploding in popularity recently. Small and established players alike are making moves to bring curated small-batch coffee to your doorstep, with even Starbucks now offering a monthly “Reserve Roastery” subscription. The newest upstart, Crema.co, just announced a Kickstarter campaign at CoffeeCon 2015 in New York City on Saturday. Prior to that, I had a chance to interview Tyler Tate, Crema.co’s founder, to ask about their plans. We’ve seen a lot of new coffee subscription services recently. What makes Crema.co different from the…
  • Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:35 am
    In this episode Jason Coffee reviews a coffee fresh roasted coffee from Cafe Corazon. Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea This Papua New Guinea coffee was so smooth and delicious. I would highly recommend signing up for Cafe Corazon’s bi-weekly coffee subscription so that you can enjoy it in your own home. It is also a risk free proposition, if you are not fully satisfied they will refund your order and make it right! Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review appeared first…
  • Bean Box Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 4:41 pm
    In this episode Jason reviews 4 coffees from the new Bean Box. After three months of trying Bean Box offerings I can confidently say that I highly recommend ordering a subscription of Bean Box Coffee for yourself. Bean Box Coffee Review Ladro Roasting: Limoncillo Javanica (91 Points) This coffee from Ladro Roasting filled my tongue with a vibrant acidity that was orange in flavor. Limoncillo Javanica is smooth, bright and has a pleasing aftertaste. Keala’s Coffee: Hapuna Espresso Blend (90 Points) This coffee has a mild grapefruit like bubbling acidity with a very nice body and smooth…
  • Bean Box Coffee Introduction

    Jason Coffee
    9 Oct 2014 | 4:47 pm
    I interviewed the founders of Bean Box last week and hear about their vision of providing the best coffees that the Seattle has to offer. Their passion was inspiring and I just had to know if the quality of coffee matched their enthusiasm, so I sat down with all four coffees from the September/October bean box and went for it! My main concern with coffee subscriptions is making sure I am getting to taste the best possible coffees and that my palette is not going to get bored or sideswiped with a bad selections. As I went through each coffee it was clear that these coffees were carefully…
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  • Introducing Leaner Creamer

    Jason Coffee
    27 Apr 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Leaner Creameris a coffee creamer that is intended to help suppress you appetite and provide a healthy alternative to your cream and sugar. In this Episode Jason Coffee tastes Leaner Creamer and shares his thoughts on the flavor. Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Introducing Leaner Creamer appeared first on Coffee Cup News - Coffee Blog & Website.
  • Single Origin Coffee Subscription Marketplace

    Jason Coffee
    13 Mar 2015 | 3:36 pm
    No one can deny that coffee subscriptions have been exploding in popularity recently. Small and established players alike are making moves to bring curated small-batch coffee to your doorstep, with even Starbucks now offering a monthly “Reserve Roastery” subscription. The newest upstart, Crema.co, just announced a Kickstarter campaign at CoffeeCon 2015 in New York City on Saturday. Prior to that, I had a chance to interview Tyler Tate, Crema.co’s founder, to ask about their plans. We’ve seen a lot of new coffee subscription services recently. What makes Crema.co different from the…
  • Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:35 am
    In this episode Jason Coffee reviews a coffee fresh roasted coffee from Cafe Corazon. Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea This Papua New Guinea coffee was so smooth and delicious. I would highly recommend signing up for Cafe Corazon’s bi-weekly coffee subscription so that you can enjoy it in your own home. It is also a risk free proposition, if you are not fully satisfied they will refund your order and make it right! Author informationJason CoffeeHead Writer, Owner & Founder. at Coffee Cup NewsTwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInThe post Cafe Corazon Papua New Guinea : Coffee Review appeared first…
  • Bean Box Coffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 4:41 pm
    In this episode Jason reviews 4 coffees from the new Bean Box. After three months of trying Bean Box offerings I can confidently say that I highly recommend ordering a subscription of Bean Box Coffee for yourself. Bean Box Coffee Review Ladro Roasting: Limoncillo Javanica (91 Points) This coffee from Ladro Roasting filled my tongue with a vibrant acidity that was orange in flavor. Limoncillo Javanica is smooth, bright and has a pleasing aftertaste. Keala’s Coffee: Hapuna Espresso Blend (90 Points) This coffee has a mild grapefruit like bubbling acidity with a very nice body and smooth…
  • Bean Box Coffee Introduction

    Jason Coffee
    9 Oct 2014 | 4:47 pm
    I interviewed the founders of Bean Box last week and hear about their vision of providing the best coffees that the Seattle has to offer. Their passion was inspiring and I just had to know if the quality of coffee matched their enthusiasm, so I sat down with all four coffees from the September/October bean box and went for it! My main concern with coffee subscriptions is making sure I am getting to taste the best possible coffees and that my palette is not going to get bored or sideswiped with a bad selections. As I went through each coffee it was clear that these coffees were carefully…
 
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  • 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.
  • Corporate money and pseudo-certifications

    JulieCraves
    17 Mar 2015 | 7:41 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. In return for financial support that represents a tiny fraction of profits, large corporations are receiving “endorsements” in the form of product badges promoting health benefits or sustainability efforts — despite the fact that many of these corporations have rotten sustainability records. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Keurig purchasing less certified coffee

    JulieCraves
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. Keurig Green Mountain is buying more and more coffee, but less of it is eco-certified. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • K-Cups: Still trashy after all these years

    JulieCraves
    2 Mar 2015 | 3:33 pm
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. K-Cups still can't be recycled. Same old, same old. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
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    Casa Espresso

  • Job Vacancy: Coffee Specialist Wanted

    Casa Espresso
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:45 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 from speciality coffee to milk pitchers, to create a one stop shop for prospective café’s and coffee bars. We service West Yorkshire and the surrounding areas and concentrate on looking after our customers. We are also in the early stages of speciality coffee roasting, and looking…
  • Espresso Brewing Temperature

    Casa Espresso
    27 Jan 2015 | 2:35 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, woody, astringent flavours and aromas). If the brewing water is too cool, the chances are that the coffee will be under-extracted and taste sour, caused by an inherent lack of sweetness. How do I control the brewing temperature? This depends entirely on the design of the espresso…
  • Verona RS Review

    Casa Espresso
    22 Oct 2014 | 2:40 am
    Made famous by its 5 year stint as the official machine of the UK Barista Championships, the Verona returns to offer even more power and performance in the form of an RS edition. With a background of success, can the Verona RS make a name for itself and live up to the high standards set by its predecessors? Continue reading our review to learn about the evolution of the Sanremo Verona RS, making it one of the leading commercial coffee machines available to buy in the UK. Internal Improvements Temperature Stabilisation The most important aspect of the RS is the way it manages temperature for…
  • Eco Friendly Coffee Machine

    Casa Espresso
    6 Oct 2014 | 2:07 am
    Last year, Sanremo surprised the coffee industry when they unveiled details about the Verde, an environmental themed coffee machine. Unlike anything the company has designed in the past, the Verde represents Sanremo’s commitment to ensuring that coffee is enjoyed today, tomorrow and long into the future. “Because we love coffee so much we are continuously finding ways to sustain the environment by giving coffee a second chance.” Sanremo Now the Verde has launched, lets take a look through its environmental credentials to see why it is now known as the most eco-friendly coffee machine in…
  • Barista Tips – Guide to Tamping

    Casa Espresso
    12 Sep 2014 | 1:09 am
    As part of our series of coffee making guides we take a look at the skills behind every great barista. In recent blogs we have taken an in-depth look at the processes behind milk steaming and the techniques involved in creating fabulous Rosetta latte art. In this post we explore a process of tamping and outline its importance in the production of great tasting espresso drinks. Continue reading to learn how to use the tamper correctly and the steps to take to transform your ground coffee into delicious espresso. What is Tamping? Portafilter with tamper Tamping is the process of compressing the…
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    The Coffee Blog | K Cup Reviews | CoffeeForLess

  • Turn Your Coffee Obsession Into a Profession and Learn How to Become a Barista

    Tim
    28 Apr 2015 | 12:44 pm
    People who are passionate about wine can become sommeliers, but people who are passionate about coffee become baristas. Because about 65% of adults drink coffee every day, there is no shortage of opportunities out there for baristas. Espresso, coffee, or cappuccino – most of us know that the recipes are all different. And while the average coffee drinker might not know if their beans are Arabica or Robusta, their barista surely knows the difference. Passion for coffee is the most important ingredient to creating a great cup of coffee, so let’s look at how to become a barista. How to…
  • Your Favorite Coffee Flavors Taste Even Better as Coffee Smoothies

    Tim
    23 Apr 2015 | 11:22 am
    It’s that time of year: the flowers are blooming, the night is losing its chill, and the birds are filling the mornings with song. Soon, it will be summertime. We love the warm weather, but drinking hot coffee on an equally hot day isn’t necessarily the most refreshing experience. And yes, we’ve heard those dubious rumors that drinking a steaming cup of java on a hot day can actually cool you down, but our money’s on cold brew, or better yet, coffee smoothies! Coffee smoothies are the ideal warm-weather pick-me-up. They’re a frosty morning treat that will give you your daily jolt of…
  • Spent Too Much Time in the Sun? Try This Black Tea Sunburn Solution

    Tim
    21 Apr 2015 | 1:58 pm
      With summer right around the corner, it’s definitely time to start thinking about the beach, the lake, or spending time outdoors in the sun. And there are so many important items to consider: What books and magazines should I be saving up? What’s the best spot for surfing, windsurfing, or simply soaking up the sun’s rays? It is also important to consider what, apart from a pulpy novel and towel, to pack in your beach bag. And namely, it’s vital to have some sort of plan to deal with the potential for sunburn. Sunscreen is known to come off in water, or to lose its effectiveness…
  • Liven Up Your Friday Night with These Coffee Cocktail Recipes

    Tim
    16 Apr 2015 | 12:20 pm
    True lovers of morning coffee often face a disappointing realization. Sure, if you work in an office environment, chances are pretty good that around 2 or 3pm, you’re ready for an afternoon pick-me-up, but after that… what are you supposed to do? Too much caffeine in the evening or after dinner may adversely affect your night’s sleep, and brewing up a full pot of coffee at home might be a bit much as you head into the later part of the evening. Enter the amazing world of coffee cocktails, a paradise where two flavorful worlds collide to create something truly special – specifically,…
  • Recent Studies Have Found the Benefits of Caffeine for ADHD

    Tim
    13 Apr 2015 | 12:38 pm
    One of the most beloved effects from your morning cup of coffee comes in the way that it wakes you up. Because of the caffeine, you become more alert and focused. Well it turns out that the caffeine in coffee can also help to allay symptoms related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD.) Studies are starting to show that drinking the caffeine in coffee for ADHD can help to treat a problem that doctors tend to refer out to the pharmacy. For decades, children and adults with ADHD have been treated with powerful prescription amphetamines such as Ritalin and Adderall. While patients…
 
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    coffeestylish.com

  • Favorites: Best drip coffee makers (10-12 cup)

    Danijela
    2 May 2015 | 12:23 pm
    I know that finding just the right coffee maker isn’t easy. Far from it, actually. So, I thought it would be helpful to share few of my favorite drip coffee makers. But those good, classic 10 to 12 cup models. All these are pretty simple to use, some make relatively good coffee but are affordable, […]
  • 15 fantastic iced coffee recipes | I’m lovin’ it

    Danijela
    15 Mar 2015 | 8:23 am
    If you are looking for iced coffee recipes, you are going to love this round up! I found some really amazing recipes and I’m sharing them with you today… Lavender-Honey Iced Latte at Offbeat + Inspired Mocha Coconut and Fresh Mint Iced Coffees from How Sweet It Is S’mores Iced Coffee at A Night Owl […]
  • Keurig Problems and How to Solve Them

    Danijela
    22 Feb 2015 | 9:42 pm
    Your Keurig won’t brew a full cup, it turns on/off by itself or it just seems broken – then then this episode is for you. Today, we’re covering a really important topic: how to solve the most common Keurig problems. It’s important to say that Keurig machines are not as durable as coffee maker used […]
  • Starbucks Verismo Recipes , Simplified

    Danijela
    10 Feb 2015 | 8:39 am
    Welcome back! Today I’m doing a post on how to make Starbucks Verismo drinks at home, as requested. Now, with the Verismo brewers, you can use classic recipes but, I will also show you how you can use certain products strategically to get the perfect result – and spend less. Below you’ll find a collection […]
  • The 20 Most Popular K-cups (Among our Readers)

    Danijela
    5 Feb 2015 | 9:01 am
    The following is a compilation of the most purchased k-cups on Amazon – by our community. Here are the most popular ones from the last quarter. Popular regular k-cups 1. The Original Donut Shop 2. Green Mountain Dark Magic 3. San Francisco Bay k-cups (all varieties) 4. Green Mountain Breakfast Blend 5. Coffee People Jet […]
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    Journal

  • 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…
  • Dubai Coffee Museum: The History of Coffee in the Middle East

    seaislandcoffee
    23 Feb 2015 | 4:16 am
    In the midst of reconstructed traditional Emirati houses, in the Dubai Heritage district, you will find the Dubai coffee museum. The Museum hasn’t officially opened yet, but the owner Khalid Al Mulla decided to do a soft opening as there was so much interest from people passing by whilst visiting the “old city” of Dubai. The museum is dedicated to the origin and history of coffee, showcasing different coffee equipment old and new, from near and far. The coffee museum allows you to explore the development of coffee and how it differs across the globe but also how coffee plays a vital…
  • Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee: A Short Documentary

    seaislandcoffee
    26 Jan 2015 | 4:44 am
    Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee was James Bond’s coffee of choice in Ian Flemming’s novel Casino Royale, and is often described as the best coffee in the world. But what exactly makes Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee so special? A couple of years ago, on a visit to Jamaica, we filmed a short documentary on Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee. We are back again in Jamaica this week, and it seems like a perfect time to post our Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee documentary for you all to watch. The post Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee: A Short Documentary appeared first on Journal.
  • The Coffee Bean: Arabica vs Robusta

    seaislandcoffee
    24 Dec 2014 | 6:57 am
    To understand coffee, is to understand the bean. There are actually only two coffee species cultivated today, namely Coffea arabica known as Arabica and Coffea canephora or Robusta. Arabica is the preferred bean of the two, being richer and less bitter than Robusta with half the caffeine content. Three-quarters of the world’s beans are Arabica and there are several dozen varieties grown in very different environments. Robusta is a harsher bean with an earthy flavour that produces a good foam head (crema). The plants are hardier making it cheaper to produce and it tends to be used as fillers…
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    WordPress.com News

  • New Themes: Nucleare and Afterlight

    Caroline Moore
    30 Apr 2015 | 11:00 am
    Nucleare Nucleare, by Cresta Project, is a classic blog theme with a crisp, elegant design and plenty of handy features. A built-in search box, links to your favorite social networks, four widget areas, and beautifully styled post formats make this an ideal theme for your personal blog. Check out Nucleare on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site from Appearance → Themes. Afterlight Afterlight, designed by Takashi Irie, is a different take on his Cyanotype, featuring an option for a full-screen background image. Add your favorite background image or color to lend your personal…
  • All WordPress.com Sites Protected Against Zero Day Vulnerability

    Krista
    27 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
    You may have seen news of a new zero-day vulnerability regarding comments in self-hosted versions of WordPress 4.2. All WordPress.com sites — including WordPress.com VIP sites — are not vulnerable: your WordPress.com sites are protected by the Akismet anti-spam service, which is already blocking those comments.Filed under: Security
  • A Large-Screen Interface and Filters for Notifications

    Dan
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    A few months ago we released a new notifications interface on WordPress.com — we made notifications faster and created a more unified visual experience to match what users see in the iOS and Android apps. Today, we’re releasing filters for notifications and a new design for large-screen desktops, both of which will help make managing your notifications easier and more efficient. Filters There may be times when you want to see only a certain type of notification, such as just comments or just likes. You can now use the brand-new filter bar to do just that: The notifications filter…
  • Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your Account

    Eric Binnion
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    Because we want to make WordPress.com accounts as secure as we can, we’ve made it easier for you to set up two-factor authentication for your account, so you can take advantage of the top-of-the-line security standard. WordPress.com has supported two-factor authentication (2FA) since 2013. Also known as two-step verification, two-factor authentication allows you to protect your WordPress.com account with both a password and a time-sensitive code you get from your mobile device. To enable two-step authentication, tap your profile picture to jump into the “Me” section and hit the Security…
  • New Themes: Ecto and Coherent

    David A. Kennedy
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    Today, we’d like you to meet the two newest themes added to the WordPress.com collection: Ecto and Coherent. Ecto With a light color scheme, bold typography, and full-width images that draw readers straight to your content, Ecto is perfect for blogs of all kinds. Inspired by the Casper theme, Ecto lets you add a personal touch to posts and pages with large featured images in the header area. Ecto also includes these features: Social Links Menu Featured Images Site Logo Post Formats Custom Menus Widgets Custom Background and Custom Header Read more about Ecto on the Theme…
 
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    Coffee Area

  • 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…
  • 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee

    Admin
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:43 pm
    The post 6 Healthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItHealthy Factors to Keep in Mind When Having Coffee Growing up, we are surrounded by a whole load of misconceptions that make us develop an unexplainable dislike for coffee. By falling for these beliefs – such as coffee causes insomnia, indigestion and headaches, we end up programming our bodies and minds to desist from ever drinking this beverage. Thus, when the time comes for us to take our first sip of coffee,…
  • Coffee Roundup:Recipes and Coffee News After St. Patrick’s Day

    Admin
    18 Mar 2015 | 7:31 pm
    The post Coffee Roundup:Recipes and Coffee News After St. Patrick’s Day appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItWelcome to Coffeearea’s leading source of the best coffee news. Today we’ll be looking at the most expensive coffee in town, why everyone is so much into cold brew coffee, the right amount of coffee that you should be drinking, decoding of various coffee words, the new bulletproof coffee, using coffee to maximize your health benefits and a special St. Patrick’s Day coffee recipe. 1.
  • 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing A Coffee Grinder

    Admin
    23 Feb 2015 | 5:11 pm
    The post 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing A Coffee Grinder appeared first on Coffee Area, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information. Pin ItThe secret to getting fresh and flavorful taste of coffee lies in buying your own quality coffee beans and grinding them. In response to this, you need a basic coffee grinder to make your work easier in the kitchen. In fact, every coffee enthusiast needs one in their kitchen, and it doesn’t have to be a high end model either. Available Coffee Grinders in the Market Even though ”coffee grinders” is the…
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    Roast Lab Coffee Blog

  • By Hand

    Matt Brock
    18 Apr 2015 | 4:37 pm
    Building a workbench without a workbench is hard. But, Building a workbench without handtool skills is just dumb. The first time I roasted a batch of coffee it was so under roasted it wouldn't even grind. I wish there was a grinder big enough to shred my workbench into a fine powder. I was pretty naive to believe my first major hand tool project should be to make the most important tool in the shop. I'm going to finish this god forsaken workbench but I am not ruling out buying one. I am sure I would be breaking some sort of woodworking code buy doing so but the monstrosity I have…
  • 20 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am

    Matt Brock
    20 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    Chris Kresser takes on the long held belief of coffee being an unhealthy vice and explains why most people don't need to feel guilty for having their 3rd or 4th daily cup.In his latest podcast Chris lays out all the reasons why coffee is actually healthy....for most people. I follow most of Chris' work in the health and nutrition world. His research of research is as good as anyone's and I really respect his opinions. He isn't a die hard "paleo" guy but more of a natural foods and natural living guy. He is a also a firm believer in everybody being different. Still, he lays out a…
  • 19 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am

    Matt Brock
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    I am glad I didn't buy the Behmor 1600 last year when I was thinking of upgrading to a larger roaster. They have unveiled the "1600 Connected" with roasting app integration. It comes out in September and for "only" $600 it is a great deal. Read the full story and Daily Coffee News.
  • KFC Plans to Roll Out Edible Coffee Cups in the U.K.

    Matt Brock
    27 Feb 2015 | 3:10 am
    I can not imagine edible coffee cups will become a thing...so, it is probably very likely to become a thing.Permalink
  • Press App

    Matt Brock
    20 Feb 2015 | 12:28 pm
    In my never ending search for the best coffee brewing and logging app, I am now trying out Press and so far I am really liking it. They have said some great upgrades are coming. For example, the ability to add pictures to your coffee logs. Anyway, test if for yourself. Go spend a few bucks so these folks continue to develop this app. It has really great potential and has become my top used coffee app as of late.
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    Daily Coffee Roast

  • Cafe Deluxe French Press Coffee Maker Review

    admin
    21 Apr 2015 | 1:42 am
    Throughout the years, manufacturers, who design and build coffee and espresso makers, have added extra technological features to their products. While some add digital thermometers or timers, others are offering free eBooks, with every purchase. Café Deluxe is taking this ideal one step further, by offering a free video to everyone, who makes a purchase of the company’s French press coffee and espresso maker. While this might be an interesting and compelling approach, it makes one wonder, whether or not it is a gimmick. Within this review, you will be able to find out, whether or not the…
  • How To Remove Stubborn Coffee Stains

    admin
    8 Apr 2015 | 12:53 am
    Are you a coffee lover? If so, you are not alone. There are millions of people, who enjoy a coffee fix, especially first thing in the morning. However, there is nothing more troublesome than a coffee stain. Unless of course, you spill your hot coffee on yourself, after you just got dressed in the morning. Although you may not be Ichabod Crane, it is still possible to make a mess from time to time. When this happens, you will want to use this guide, since it will show you how to remove those stubborn coffee stains from your clothes. Items You Will Need Here are a few things that you are going…
  • How To Roast Coffee Beans

    admin
    28 Mar 2015 | 8:49 pm
    If you like to wake up to the aroma of fresh coffee, then you should consider roasting your own coffee beans. There is no better way to get a genuine, fresh cup of coffee than by using your own roasted, coffee beans. The roasting process is very simple and only requires about twenty minutes to complete, but you will have enough roasted, coffee beans to make several pots of brewed coffee. Keep in mind that you should try to use your coffee beans, before the normal, fourteen-day expiration date, but this date will depend on how you choose to store them. The storing process is very important,…
  • Keurig K130/B130 Review 2015

    admin
    14 Mar 2015 | 8:02 pm
    When it comes to coffee brewers, there is one manufacturer that has consistently upped its game and established itself, as one of the leaders in the industry. The Keurig Company, which specializes in personal and commercial coffee brewing systems, has a wonderful reputation, but also the stigma of relatively high prices. Generally, most people recognize higher prices and instantly believe they’ll receive a higher-quality product than they would, if they paid a little bit less. At almost seventy dollars, the Keurig K130/B130 Brewing System is definitely capturing imaginations and attracting…
  • Braun: The Company’s Best Coffee Makers

    admin
    11 Mar 2015 | 8:41 pm
    Sometime in the 1920s, the genius engineer, Max Braun, founded a workshop, which focused on building machines, which are household friendly. During the company’s operations, Braun has certainly established itself as one of the leading manufacturers of household products and appliances. The company has put together an impressive repertoire of household items ranging from toasters to juices, and more importantly, coffee makers. Although the other products are impressive, coffee enthusiasts will certainly want to get their hands on a powerful, sleek Braun Coffee Maker. The company offers a…
 
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    Freaky Coffee

  • What is a Cat Cafe: Love Of Coffee Gone A Little Too Far

    Vili
    3 May 2015 | 9:59 am
    There are many types of cafes around the world for coffee lovers to sit down and enjoy a good quality drink, but one craze at the moment in Singapore and now New York City is the Cat Café. This new craze has caused a huge split in public opinion. What is a Cat Cafe? A Cat Café is where you can sit down and enjoy a hot drink surrounded by cats. The idea behind it is for cat lovers to have a place where they can mix with cats in a relaxed environment, but is the cat café a fad. According to the majority of people who have been asked, the answer is yes. Many believe cat cafes will be a thing…
  • Coffee to the End: To Coffee Enema or Not to Coffee Enema.

    Vili
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Coffee is a deliciously, energizing beverage, enjoyed all over the world over for countless generations. However, recent findings are finding it to be more than just a pick-me-up. We have the German’s of the 1920s to thank for what alternative medicine practitioners now purport to cure the body of practically everything. By taking in coffee through the rear in the form of an enema, the wacky generation that was also into eugenics claimed that it helped the gastro-intestinal tract. Not good enough, this list soon grew into one that included curing tuberculosis, killing cancer and removing…
  • How To Find A Coffee Machine: What Coffee Maker Suits You?

    Vili
    25 Apr 2015 | 1:03 pm
    If you want to find out how to buy a coffee machine, then you have come to the right place! When choosing a coffee machine, there are plenty of things that you need to think about. You need to think about how much coffee you need out of each application, what type of coffee you would like to make and even the price of the coffee itself so you’ll want to make sure that you fully explore your options before you make your final decision. Take a look below to see what coffee makers are available and how they work! Filter Coffee Machines Filter coffee machines come in different volumes.
  • Make Your Favorite Starbucks Drinks from Home

    Vili
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:52 pm
    Starbucks is the empire of the coffee world. The leaders in the speciality coffee industry and with more than 80 000 different beverages according to a recent article by the Huffington Post it’s no surprise. But I often wonder as I am sure many others have what the secret to Starbuck’s success is? Forbes suggests three reasons Starbucks are the powerhouse of the coffee world. These were A place for everyone Ambiance Convenience Not one of which has anything to do with the coffee or even the quality of the coffee. So I figure what better place than the comfort of your own home to provide…
  • How to Make your Own Godiva Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans

    Vili
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:13 pm
    Are you a Godiva chocolate lover but love and love a hit of coffee at the same time? Stop paying a premium for a very simply product that you can make at home. If you enjoy the delicate taste of the combination of coffee and chocolate, below are some of the basic steps on how to make your own Godiva chocolate covered coffee bean at home using just two ingredients:         The first step is to prepare the following ingredients: Godiva chocolate A variety of coffee beans that suites your taste. If you want a dry but with a taste of lingering sweet and spicy you can have the…
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