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  • How Coffee is Made? From Seed to Cup

    Coffee Maker Plus
    Admin
    15 Nov 2014 | 11:24 pm
    The post How Coffee is Made? From Seed to Cup appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItHow Coffee is Made? To many of us, we drink coffee everyday. But do you know how coffee is made? In this article we will give you a brief picture of how the coffee is made from the beginning of the planting to the drinks in our cup. 1. Planting Coffee beans are not the fruit but seeds of coffee trees. They used to make coffee after several processes including drying, roast and grinding. However, if the coffee bean never goes…
  • Building on the knowledge of past generations

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    kristina.morris
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    By  Gloria Vera Ruiz Food security project participant in Chiapas, Mexico Gloria sprays biofertilizer in her community’s garden   I have childhood memories of my mother growing garlic, basil, tomato plants, and three or four types of chiles. She always liked to have these things available because she used them a lot to cook. She also grew other vegetables like lettuce, kale and cabbage, but somehow she didn’t manage to harvest much, or they didn’t grow so well. With this project that DERMAC initiated, I’ve started to see a big difference in the community. I’ve attended all…
  • Chinese farmers gain taste for coffee

    liQuid heaVen coffee
    2 Nov 2014 | 9:34 pm
    China has traditionally been famous for its fragrant teas, but the country is emerging as a key Asian producer of a different beverage: quality arabica coffee."The mild taste and aroma is similar to the beans from Honduras or Guatemala,” said Wouter DeSmet, head of Nestlé’s coffee agricultural services team in China.An increasing number of Yunnan farmers are turning to coffee, which offers higher returns compared with other crops. In 2012, farmers’ income from coffee was double that for tea grown on the same acreage, according to Mr DeSmet.Known for its light body and fruity aroma, the…
  • Year after year, sustainability is built

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    kristina.morris
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:50 am
    By Julia Baumgartner One early morning in October, the programs team headed north from Antigua, Guatemala, on a long, winding road, destined for San Gaspar Chajul, El Quiché. The speed bumps, potholes and misty mountain roads kept us from cruising too fast. Seven hours later, we rolled into our final destination: our partner ACMUV’s rustic posada. Women and young girls with red skirts, huipil blouses and pompoms wrapped in their hair walked slowly past cornfields in this colorful highland town with a brutal history and a strong Ixil presence. The programs team was here to meet with members…
  • A Coffee Lover’s Guide to Tea

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    Michael Allen Smith
    22 Nov 2014 | 11:00 am
    I never had much respect for tea. I enjoyed the beverage, but it didn’t hold my interest like coffee. That all changed in September 2007. I went to a tea shop […] The post A Coffee Lover’s Guide to Tea appeared first on I Need Coffee.
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  • A Coffee Lover’s Guide to Tea

    Michael Allen Smith
    22 Nov 2014 | 11:00 am
    I never had much respect for tea. I enjoyed the beverage, but it didn’t hold my interest like coffee. That all changed in September 2007. I went to a tea shop […] The post A Coffee Lover’s Guide to Tea appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Inanimate Objects Comics #50

    Todd Zapoli
    20 Nov 2014 | 6:52 pm
    Previous: Inanimate Objects Comics #49 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 […] The post Inanimate Objects Comics #50 appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Iced Mint Mocha Recipe

    Lola Low
    19 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    So here is something a little different from my wonderful selection of coffee syrup recipes. This is a refreshing beverage, perfect for a hot day or if you fancy something […] The post Iced Mint Mocha Recipe appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Bialetti Diva I Caffe d’Italia Review

    Chris Arnold
    12 Nov 2014 | 10:12 am
    There are several single-serve pod style coffeemakers on the market: the ubiquitous Keurig that takes K-Cups, the Tassimo, and the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf (CBTL) Kaldi, just to name […] The post Bialetti Diva I Caffe d’Italia Review appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • How Climate Change Is Affecting Our Coffee

    Nick Huxsted
    10 Nov 2014 | 11:26 am
    Extreme weather patterns caused by climate change are having a dramatic affect on coffee production throughout the world. Rising temperatures, increased rainfall and the proliferation of pests have all played […] The post How Climate Change Is Affecting Our Coffee appeared first on I Need Coffee.
 
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  • Year after year, sustainability is built

    kristina.morris
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:50 am
    By Julia Baumgartner One early morning in October, the programs team headed north from Antigua, Guatemala, on a long, winding road, destined for San Gaspar Chajul, El Quiché. The speed bumps, potholes and misty mountain roads kept us from cruising too fast. Seven hours later, we rolled into our final destination: our partner ACMUV’s rustic posada. Women and young girls with red skirts, huipil blouses and pompoms wrapped in their hair walked slowly past cornfields in this colorful highland town with a brutal history and a strong Ixil presence. The programs team was here to meet with members…
  • Support sustainable farming in Oaxaca

    kristina.morris
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:33 am
    Eighty percent of the population of Nuevo Progreso, Oaxaca, is food insecure. Decreased yields and readily available processed foods with poor nutritional value are to blame for much of this insecurity. That is why this year we are funding the third stage of the Community Participation in Food Security project. This project builds upon previous accomplishments such as family vegetable gardens, rainwater harvesting tanks and drip irrigation systems while also introducing new economic opportunities. It builds a network throughout the region by implementing farmer-to-farmer methods of…
  • Food Security and Food Sovereignty

    kristina.morris
    6 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    A community is food secure when it has access to enough food to meet its dietary needs. However, food security doesn’t necessarily address if this food is produced locally or brought in from elsewhere, and it doesn’t always require the community’s participation in obtaining and distributing the food. Food sovereignty puts ownership of food systems into the hands of the communities themselves. It involves a sustainable, long-term process in which a community can establish its own food systems and produce its own local products without being subject to fluctuating international…
  • Building on the knowledge of past generations

    kristina.morris
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    By  Gloria Vera Ruiz Food security project participant in Chiapas, Mexico Gloria sprays biofertilizer in her community’s garden   I have childhood memories of my mother growing garlic, basil, tomato plants, and three or four types of chiles. She always liked to have these things available because she used them a lot to cook. She also grew other vegetables like lettuce, kale and cabbage, but somehow she didn’t manage to harvest much, or they didn’t grow so well. With this project that DERMAC initiated, I’ve started to see a big difference in the community. I’ve attended all…
  • Food security and gender equality go hand in hand

    kristina.morris
    23 Sep 2014 | 9:04 am
    By Bella Luz Clemente Camacho Food security project participant in Chiapas, Mexico Doña Bella Luz cares for her garden and teaches her family to do the same.   Growing your own food is something that I think everyone in the family should do. Traditionally, however, it has been the men’s responsibility to grow corn, beans and coffee. Women would stay home to take care of the children and make food. The only time we women would go to our plot was during the coffee harvest and to collect wood for the stove. Now things have changed for the families that are participating in this project.
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  • There’s a New Turkey Sandwich in Town

    JoAnn O
    13 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    To all the Grandma’s Turkey Sandwich fans  (and anyone who just loves Thanksgiving leftovers more than the actual holiday itself), this one’s for you. Starting in November, we’re bringing back this holiday favorite—but with a twist. Our Holiday Turkey & Stuffing Panini is a warm and toasty version of the classic Grandma’s Turkey Sandwich. Think layers of oven warmed turkey, with cranberry-herbed stuffing and rich turkey gravy layered together on a perfectly crispy but soft focaccia roll. Have I awakened your taste buds or am I the only one who is…
  • Red Cups Contest Results

    Douglas C
    6 Nov 2014 | 1:43 pm
    The results of our Red Cups Contest are in, and we are more than thrilled to celebrate the creativity of our community. Last week, we invited you to send us your most amazing and artful red cups photos on Instagram. You didn’t disappoint. Over 11,000 people sent us their magical first moments with red cups. It made choosing five winners very difficult. But we have your winners. The five photographs that grabbed our attention were taken by: Seattle Starbucks Cup:IG: @TaraDawnArtPhoto: http://instagram.com/p/u81arNFxzG Alaska Mountains:IG: @life_fledglingPhoto:…
  • Eggnog Latte is Back—Thanks to YOU

    Christine_B
    5 Nov 2014 | 7:05 am
    As many of you know, Starbucks made a decision this year to no longer offer Eggnog Latte in all US and Canada regions other than the Pacific Northwest, and no longer offer Gingerbread Latte in the Pacific Northwest. This week you lit MSI up and let us know through email, tweets, and phone calls that these drinks, served up in the iconic red Starbucks cup, are an indispensable part of your holiday traditions. These messages were emotional, personal. They told of times connecting with loved ones over an Eggnog Latte, how the Eggnog Latte became a tradition. We’re honored you care so…
  • Red Cups Arrive and Herald a Season of Connection

    Douglas C
    31 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    Every year, we eagerly look forward to the holidays and time with friends and family. And every season, we issue our red cups to celebrate the wonderful moments it brings. This year, we invite you to participate in a special contest on Instagram that celebrates the beauty and magic of the red cups. The five most artful photos will each be awarded one of our exclusive Sterling Silver Starbucks Cards.   Here are the steps: 1. Snap a photo of your most beautiful and creative red cup moment and post it on Instagram with #redcupcontest2. Check back on this blog; we will post the winners here…
  • Whole Grains + Seeds = Our Multigrain Bagel

    sbx_food
    24 Oct 2014 | 5:31 am
    I’m writing to all bagel fans who also would love a little more whole grain in your day. We’ve seen your ideas about including more whole wheat and whole grains in our products, and I’m pleased to announce that this tasty item is sure to fit the bill. Some of you may know a little about our signature Multigrain Bagel. But what you may not know is this bagel is made with eight different whole grains & seeds. The delicious mixture is made up of cracked wheat, oats, barley, triticale (a hybrid of wheat and rye), millet, flax and sunflower seeds. Cue the applause! And the…
 
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  • Dose Coffee and Tea

    Bill
    16 Nov 2014 | 7:33 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Dose Coffee and Tea Location: Nashville, TN WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] For all of Nashville's sprawl, the area offers a healthy array of things to do across the city. One site I recently was able to visit was Nashville's Parthenon by Vanderbilt. Sadly time was not on my side and this Greek replica only got a fraction of its deserved
  • Mugged: Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Aricha [Artis]

    Bill
    10 Nov 2014 | 6:24 am
    Subject: Artis CoffeeCoffee Mugged: Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Aricha  Rating [see key]: 4+People like having choices and options. We like choosing where we'll have lunch, what program we'll watch that evening or whether we take the long or short way home. With coffee, most folks like to switch up the way they brew, the microlot they're ordering next or the roaster from which they will purchase it.
  • Quills Coffee

    Bill
    2 Nov 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Quills Coffee Location: Louisville, KY WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] While I've been writing about my coffeehouse adventures since 2006, few places have sat on my list of "must visit" as long as Quills Coffee. Way back in the beginnings of my blog, they shot me a quick note and mentioned to stop by the next time I was in Louisville. And
  • Mugged: Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chele'lektu and Aricha [Beanfruit Coffee]

    Bill
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:45 pm
    Subject: BeanFruit Coffee Co. Coffee Mugged and Rating [see key]: - Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Aricha Natural Process 5+ - Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chele'lektu 5+ Mississippi remains in my mind as a state unfurled. What I speak of is simply that like many other states in our fair union, the fine state of Mississippi, while full of many other wonderful institutions (such as the rebels of Ole Miss),
  • Sump Coffee

    Bill
    20 Oct 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Sump Coffee Location: St. Louis, MO WiFi?: Yes Rating: 6+ [see key] In this glorious day and age, there exist numerous coffee operations doing a fantastic job with their product, truly showing great dedication and extreme zeal for well-crafted coffee. Yet few shops wear their hardcore nature as well as St. Louis' Sump Coffee, known far
 
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  • Alboniko in Europe - Part 5: London and Holy Moments (pt. 2)

    alboniko
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:58 am
    There is a poem by Derrick Brown, called “A Finger, Two Dots, Then Me“. It happens to be one of my favouritest favourites and has grown on me ever since the concept of so-called Holy Moments crept into my life. At some stage in the poem, poet has a rather unconventional conversation with God, asking what is holy, since so many poets have missed it. And the answer given almost baffles one’s mind. A list of the most random things is presented, headed by “armadillos” and continuing to seemingly innocuous moments, such as “the day you got to really speak to…
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    23 Nov 2014 | 2:55 am
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  • Coffee At The Office.

    blogwitht
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:36 am
    After a few caffeine-from-coffee blasts at home, it’s time for the office coffee tray to arrive at the desk. Plain ol’ filter coffee. Sometimes with ideal milk – most times just black. Stirred. Yes please. Three office cups of strong, rich, aromatic, black coffee coming up.
  • The Art of Procrastination

    billclaxton
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:25 am
    My brother had a favorite saying, “Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Or why do tomorrow what you can put off altogether.” As long as there is humanity, there will be procrastination. For some, procrastination is an art form. It’s an effort to see how little they can do and still survive. As a lifestyle, not the best practice. But I’m not necessarily opposed to postponing responsibilities as long as in the end it accomplishes something good and rewarding. Many times I try to cram too many things into life and don’t leave enough space in the…
  • Top Paddock: Overall 6.25

    jennaseamus
    23 Nov 2014 | 2:20 am
    Whenever we drive past this place we see groups of hungry people waiting for a table, which usually makes us keep on driving! This morning our curiosity got the better of us and we did what most Melbournites do when they see a massive amount of people waiting in line at restaurant, we joined the queue. After only a short wait of about 10 minutes we were seated at a nice little table. Now we had pretty high expectations of this place and it was good…but not amazing. J: I started with a skinny flat white which arrived just over room temperature, and not very strong. For my…
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  • Chinese farmers gain taste for coffee

    2 Nov 2014 | 9:34 pm
    China has traditionally been famous for its fragrant teas, but the country is emerging as a key Asian producer of a different beverage: quality arabica coffee."The mild taste and aroma is similar to the beans from Honduras or Guatemala,” said Wouter DeSmet, head of Nestlé’s coffee agricultural services team in China.An increasing number of Yunnan farmers are turning to coffee, which offers higher returns compared with other crops. In 2012, farmers’ income from coffee was double that for tea grown on the same acreage, according to Mr DeSmet.Known for its light body and fruity aroma, the…
  • Is the plastic used in Keurig K-Cups safe?

    2 Nov 2014 | 9:17 pm
    Oct 10, 2014First of allby: Florenzo The brewer and the K cup phenomon is entrenched embedded within the minds of a lazy 'I want it now' public. For those of us who truly enjoy a good cup of coffee, well, we understand it will not be coming from a Keurig brewer or K cup. But, we are in the minority as the American public has bought into lock stock & barrell into the K cup convenience. There are single cup brewers out there that don't deal with proprietory coffeeat usurous prices. Hell, you can even use the coffee of your choice and make it a strong as you like. I know this as a fact,…
  • Free coffee at Chick-Fil-A November 3 through November 7 2014

    2 Nov 2014 | 9:14 pm
    Select Chick-fil-A restaurants will have a free coffee giveaway Nov. 3 through Nov. 7. The promotion marks the introduction of what they say is a speciality-grade Thrive Farmers coffee.The offer is valid on either hot or iced coffee from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. No purchase or coupon is required.No purchase necessary. Offer is limited to one free small hot coffee or medium iced coffee beverage per customer, per day.To find a Chick-fil-A Restaurant, visit Chick-fil-A.com/LocationsSource: al.comRemember for your FREE sample of liQuid heaVen visit us at http://liquidheaven.blospot.com
  • 15 things worth knowing about COFFEE

    9 Oct 2014 | 2:14 am
    Read the rest of the facts over at The OatmealRemember for your FREE sample of liQuid heaVen visit us at http://liquidheaven.blospot.com
  • Keurig 2.0 brews up DRM to freeze out copycat cups

    8 Oct 2014 | 11:45 pm
    The brand's next generation of single-serve coffeemakers won't be brewing anything other than Keurig-approved pods.There's some reason for Green Mountain to be optimistic about the next generation's chances, though. With new features like larger serving sizes and the ability to brew an entire pot, Keurig 2.0 will probably have more direct appeal to coffee lovers than Vue did. Green Mountain's recently announced partnership with Coca-Cola and its plans to release a cold brewer this fall could also engender some excitement about what's coming next. There's also the fact that Keurig 2.0 brewers…
 
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  • Collapse-A-Cup : Coffee on the Go!

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 5:12 pm
    David Faris has figured out a way to make a cup that is no wider, when collapsed, than the average cell phone and can stand up to over 200 pounds of weight. (Check out the video below of David actually standing on the Collapse-A-Cup.) It’s crazy to think that something like this hasn’t existed before now! The Collapse-A-Cup is a travel mug that actually makes it easier to travel with, what a revolutionary idea! Collapsable Travel Mug I know I plan on placing an order for the whilte one once they become available. The only way these mugs will become a reality is if you and I help…
  • 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…
  • Seattle Coffee is Online! – Bean Box

    Jason Coffee
    22 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Have you ever wished you could have the absolute best coffees from America’s best known coffee city of Seattle without traveling all the way to Washington just to get it? Lucky for you a couple of local entrepreneurial guys, Matthew and Ryan (pictured below), felt the same way. They live in Seattle and wanted to bring every amazing, delicious coffee that Seattle has to offer right into your home with the click of a button. I was lucky enough to interview you them and ask some questions about their new business and what drives them to do what they do everyday. There are so many…
  • Luck Bros Peru – MyCoffeePub.com Subscription

    Jason Coffee
    4 Aug 2014 | 2:43 pm
    My Coffee Pub In this episode Jason reviews Luck Bros Finca Chonti Cajamarca PERU with his son Caleb Coffee from the Vine app. This PERU coffee was sent to us by My Coffee Pub. My Coffee Pub is an online subscription based company which sends out a new coffee every month to it’s customers. Based on the performance of this coffee Jason highly recommends that you sign up for MyCoffeePub.com‘s monthly subscription. What did the Coffee taste like? The coffee has a very delicious grapefruit acidity with granny smith apple and cherry notes. It was a sweet and evenly balanced coffee…
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  • Collapse-A-Cup : Coffee on the Go!

    Jason Coffee
    15 Nov 2014 | 5:12 pm
    David Faris has figured out a way to make a cup that is no wider, when collapsed, than the average cell phone and can stand up to over 200 pounds of weight. (Check out the video below of David actually standing on the Collapse-A-Cup.) It’s crazy to think that something like this hasn’t existed before now! The Collapse-A-Cup is a travel mug that actually makes it easier to travel with, what a revolutionary idea! Collapsable Travel Mug I know I plan on placing an order for the whilte one once they become available. The only way these mugs will become a reality is if you and I help…
  • 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…
  • Seattle Coffee is Online! – Bean Box

    Jason Coffee
    22 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Have you ever wished you could have the absolute best coffees from America’s best known coffee city of Seattle without traveling all the way to Washington just to get it? Lucky for you a couple of local entrepreneurial guys, Matthew and Ryan (pictured below), felt the same way. They live in Seattle and wanted to bring every amazing, delicious coffee that Seattle has to offer right into your home with the click of a button. I was lucky enough to interview you them and ask some questions about their new business and what drives them to do what they do everyday. There are so many…
  • Luck Bros Peru – MyCoffeePub.com Subscription

    Jason Coffee
    4 Aug 2014 | 2:43 pm
    My Coffee Pub In this episode Jason reviews Luck Bros Finca Chonti Cajamarca PERU with his son Caleb Coffee from the Vine app. This PERU coffee was sent to us by My Coffee Pub. My Coffee Pub is an online subscription based company which sends out a new coffee every month to it’s customers. Based on the performance of this coffee Jason highly recommends that you sign up for MyCoffeePub.com‘s monthly subscription. What did the Coffee taste like? The coffee has a very delicious grapefruit acidity with granny smith apple and cherry notes. It was a sweet and evenly balanced coffee…
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  • 5 Cities with Killer Coffee

    Jennifer
    6 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    This is a guest post by Jay Deratany. If you would like to be a guest writer, please see our guidelines. You can get a cup of coffee almost anywhere, anytime.  But an excellent cup of coffee served with panache in a city that’s as obsessed with java as you are?  That’s a little harder […] The post 5 Cities with Killer Coffee appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • Now Closed: Coffee Gear Giveaway

    Jennifer
    10 Oct 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Kick off the Holiday Season and win coffee gear as an early present for yourself, for family or friends. Here’s how! Thanks to Planetary Design for donating the prizes – please check them out online at www.planetarydesign.com and like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/planetarydesign – that would be much appreciated. What you’ll Win Planetary Design […] The post Now Closed: Coffee Gear Giveaway appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • Interview: Dr. Alvaro Gaitan

    Jennifer
    16 Sep 2014 | 4:15 am
    Since I haven’t done an interview in awhile, I thought you would enjoy a whopper of a topic with Dr. Alvaro Gaitan, Head of Plant Pathology, National Coffee Research Center (Cenicafe), Colombia. This month he’ll cover the impact of climate on coffee in Colombia and the 25th International Conference of Coffee Science. DD- What are […] The post Interview: Dr. Alvaro Gaitan appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • 6 Teeth-Saving Tips for Coffee Lovers

    Jennifer
    28 Aug 2014 | 4:22 am
    This is a guest post by Kenneth D. Mack, DDS  one of the top Dentists in Los Angeles. Would you like to write a guest post for us? Check out our guidelines. You’re probably here for the very same reason that I decided to explore this topic:  You love coffee and you’re not planning on giving […] The post 6 Teeth-Saving Tips for Coffee Lovers appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • Recipe: Coffee Brownies

    Jennifer
    15 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    This is a guest post from Elly McCausland that was originally posted on AO at Home. If you would like to be a guest writer, please see our guidelines. These are everything you want from a chocolate brownie, but given added depth with a generous dose of (concentrated) black coffee. There’s melted butter and chocolate, […] The post Recipe: Coffee Brownies appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
 
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  • How to use an espresso Moka Pot the easy way

    mark
    9 Nov 2014 | 5:10 am
    Our Senseo machine is out of action so I thought I’d bring out the old Moka pot for my Sunday morning hit, but the memories of using it previously, and the clean up afterwards reminded me why we got a senseo machine in the first place. So this time I thought I’d try to merge the new technologies with the old, and use some espresso pods with the old pot, and here are the results.   Pro’s Con’s No measuring out required More expensive than loose coffee Faster to prepare Less authentic Tasted authentic Used 3 pods So easy to clean up Paper pods less compostable?
  • Fine Food Digest

    mark
    5 Feb 2014 | 5:51 am
    Look who Fine Food Digest magazine mentioned? – Yes us ! They have featured our award winning Boost blend ese pods, that were awarded a Gold Star at the Guild of Fine Foods, Taste of Britain awards. Sweet !
  • Where can you buy Delonghi coffee pods?

    mark
    5 Jan 2014 | 11:48 am
    As far as I know Delonghi don’t make their own pods, but at Aromo we make 44mm Delonghi coffee pods of our own. They are hand roasted and come in 4 varieties. But will they fit my Delonghi machine? I hear you ask. Read this guide to see, which machines our ESE pods will fit.
  • The Origins of Your Origin

    mark
    2 Dec 2013 | 3:59 am
    Morning Campers! Came across this useful little info graphic on my travels courtesy of the SCAA Invaluable reading for the coffee nerd on the origins of your cuppa origin coffee… The coffee family shares an amazingly small DNA pool And this is simply because from the few original species found in the 17 th century – the subsequent explosion in trade meant, that this same genus spread around the globe  and today feeds our all consuming caffeine addiction! worldmapper_1037_coffee_production_ver5
  • Top 10 coffee machines for Christmas

    mark
    19 Nov 2013 | 7:04 am
      The Telegraph has published a top 10 coffee machines you might like to buy for Christmas, and we sell coffee pods Gaggia ESE Pod machine in The Telegraph’s top 10 coffee machines for Christmas for 3 of them, which is nice. A lot of the other machines are either very expensive, or use very expensive pods, so choose carefully. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/christmas/christmas-food-and-drink/10315783/The-10-best-coffee-machines-for-Christmas.html
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  • K Cup Coffee Prices Rising This Year

    Tim
    31 Oct 2014 | 9:53 am
    Have you heard the news about K-Cup prices? Yes it’s true, prices will be rising and it’s not exclusive to K-Cups — coffee prices are going up across-the-board, from Starbucks’ announcement earlier this year to Keurig’s intention to increase prices on its K-Cups, the cost of your morning brew will be going up. Why Are K-Cup Coffee Prices Rising This Year? Blame it on the drought. A sustained drought and much-lower-than average harvests in Brazil, the world’s largest supplier of Arabica coffee, have played a large part in the price increase. Add to…
  • Tassimo Latte vs. Tassimo Caramel Latte Macchiato

    Tim
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:47 pm
    The other day, I had some friends over for coffee. I had forgotten they were stopping by, and my nearly empty pantry had only two options left: Tassimo Latte and Tassimo Caramel Latte Macchiato. Luckily, these were among my friends’ favorite drinks. Unsurprisingly, they cleaned me out of both beverages. When it came time for my last guest to pick her drink, she couldn’t make up her mind. She couldn’t decide if she wanted to keep things simple or if she wanted that hint of caramel. Being a notorious flip-flopper, my friend began to irritate everybody else. Each person took turns trying…
  • Get Up, Stand Up With Marley Coffee

    Tim
    7 Mar 2014 | 6:49 pm
    Jamaica is famous for Reggae music and having some of richest soil for growing coffee. That’s why Rohan Marley, son of the legendary Bob Marley, has returned to his father’s estate in Jamaica to create Marley Coffee. Founded in 2009, Rohan set out to complete the other half of his father's dream by coming back home to farm. Varieties of Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee began flourishing in the 1700's and continue to be some of the most sought-after coffees in the world. What makes Rohan’s brew of coffee unique is that the beans are grown on the family's 52-acre…
  • 5 Reasons Why Tassimo Makes Great Coffee Machines

    Tim
    4 Mar 2014 | 8:45 pm
    In case you haven’t heard, Tassimo has a unique line of coffee makers that brew the perfect beverage every time, be it at home or in the office. This innovative machine offers features like T-Disc technology, multiple beverage types, and liquid foam for a Tassimo latte. Before you run out and buy your next coffee machine, check out these five great reasons to consider a Tassimo. 1. T Disc Technology T-Discs can be filled with coffee or espresso grounds, tea leaves, or milk creamer (the milk creamer can be frothed to make cappuccinos or lattes). In less than a minute, your machine will brew…
  • The Top 7 Flavored Syrups To Put In Your Coffee

    Tim
    22 Jan 2014 | 4:43 pm
    It’s estimated that 1.6 billion (with a “b”) cups of coffee are consumed worldwide everyday. Considering the variety of flavors brewed in coffee beans – let alone flavored syrup for coffee – the possibilities for concocting a perfect cup of coffee are endless. There are plenty of occasions where I sit down with a particular roast and think that it could use an additional flavor or two. I can readily add these flavors with a small contribution from my stock of flavored syrups. If you are unfamiliar with flavored syrup for coffee or want to broaden your horizons,…
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  • Keurig Elite : I’m Lovin’ It

    Danijela
    14 Nov 2014 | 2:17 am
    Pretty much my favorite tool when creating new recipes or testing k-cups for the blog: Keurig Elite. Keurig Elite comes in black, white, blue and rhubarb. The machine has a 48 ounce removable reservoir – that’s enough to make 6 standard cups and it’s really easy to refill. You can either remove the reservoir or […]
  • How to Make a Latte ( with & without espresso machine )

    Danijela
    31 Oct 2014 | 10:14 pm
    When life gives you lemons…make a latte. I know that lattes sound super complicated, but they are not. In fact, today I’d like to encourage you to have a very relaxed and traditional approach to lattes…Because in the real world, latte is just “coffee with milk”. And all you need to make a good latte, […]
  • Dulce de Leche Iced Coffee

    Danijela
    28 Oct 2014 | 10:47 pm
    Dulce de Leche iced coffee comes together quickly and easily, and is perfect if you love caramel… The recipe is delicious with the homemade dulce de leche. You can prepare it in advance, it makes a full jar and you can store it in the fridge for one month. I always use this dulce de […]
  • Americano Coffee Recipe

    Danijela
    24 Oct 2014 | 10:27 pm
    Take espresso, add some hot water and you have an Americano, a wonderful espresso version of the classic drip coffee. How to make an Americano at home? It’s so easy. Americano is literally a shot of espresso + hot water. And, you can put them together in two different ways. I like to keep my […]
  • Starbucks Verismo Review : Your Verismo Questions Answered!

    Danijela
    24 Oct 2014 | 3:19 am
    Hi guys and welcome back! Just like I promised, today’s post is going to be about Starbucks Verismo System, including a highly requested FAQ! I have everything organized by category so, I guess we should start off… Design If you want to organize a little coffee station at home, the Starbucks Verismo might be just […]
 
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  • Matcha: 800 years of history, culture, and wisdom in a neat little can

    CBD
    14 Nov 2014 | 8:35 am
    It only took us 8 centuries, but Coffee Bean Direct is proud to say, “we finally carry matcha!” Famous for being the only tea used in the formal Japanese Tea Ceremony known as chado or “the way of tea,” matcha is stone ground green tea powder. Only the highest quality shade grown green tea is used. The soft and supple leaves at the top of the tea plant are picked by hand then processed to remove the veins, stems, and impurities. The result, known as tencha, is stone ground into a fine powder. Over-grinding can give matcha a burnt taste, so the process must be done very slowly and…
  • Behind the Mugshot: Meg

    Kate
    11 Nov 2014 | 6:40 am
    If you don’t already know about #MugshotMonday, check out our post on the subject and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more behind the scenes photos, new products, and discounts on staff favorites. Last month Meg, our Tech Whisperer, was kind enough to share her sunny mug with us, and answer a few questions too. A Tech Whiperer’s day starts early. How many cups of coffee do you typically have before noon and how do you drink it (hot/cold/cream/sugar, etc) ? Most mornings, I have 2 cups of hot coffee. The first one of the day, I add 2 sugar packets and a…
  • Behind the Mugshot: Liz

    Kate
    7 Nov 2014 | 6:46 am
    If you don’t already know about #MugshotMonday, check out our post on the subject and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more behind the scenes photos, new products, and discounts on staff favorites. Here’s a look inside the mind of Liz, our Commercial Accounts manager, and October mugshot star. You are our Commercial Accounts Manager, but if you were a utensil, what would you be? I’d be a spoon because it has no sharp edges and it’s like a tiny bowl for your mouth. Why was Organic Bai Mu Dan was your pick for favorite beverage?  It’s smooth,…
  • Behind the Mugshot: Joel

    Kate
    4 Nov 2014 | 7:14 am
    If you don’t already know about #MugshotMonday, check out our post on the subject and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more behind the scenes photos, new products, and discounts on staff favorites. Here’s a little more about Joel, our Label Master, reining chili cook-off King, and October mugshot star. Would you care to share any of your previous career incarnations before becoming our label master? Sure I’ll share. Going way, way back, while going to school, I was at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital, it’s where I met my lovely wife (uncomfortably…
  • Behind the Mugshot: Marie & Joanne

    Kate
    30 Oct 2014 | 12:17 pm
    This past month we released another batch of staff mugshots on the world of social media, resulting in a lot of buzz about our improbably good-looking staff. If you don’t know what #MugshotMonday is all about, check out last month’s post and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more behind the scenes photos, new products, and discounts on staff favorites. Here’s a little more about two of our October stars.   Marie & Joanne, Small Bag Specialists How long have you two been working together? One year. So you clearly don’t root for the same…
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  • The Roasterie-Big Central Coffee Championships

    BeanPoster
    14 Nov 2014 | 9:15 am
    The Roasterie has been involved in coffee competitions for over a decade. In 2003, we hosted the Midwest Regional Barista competition. Since that time, the competition has grown and is now known as the Big Central. The Big Central is a three day event that hosts 75+ baristas from 16 states in the two competitions all vying for spots in the US Coffee Championships in February. This year The Roasterie was represented in the Brewers Cup by our own Brookside Barista, Skylar Cowdry. Bean Hunter (Jon Ferguson)Bean Hunter Jon Ferguson and Professor Bean Simeon Bricker and I  were there to coach…
  • Brew Like a Barista

    BeanPoster
    11 Nov 2014 | 8:05 am
    Brew Like a Barista We have a crew of really talented baristas at all three of our Roasterie Cafe locations. They will make any drink to order exactly the way you like it, and with educated skill. But what do these coffee connoisseurs use when they are in the comfort of their own homes? How do they prefer to make coffee for themselves and their friends when they don’t have to be professional? We asked! Here are some of our baristas’ top home-brewing recommendations… Rebekah (Factory Cafe) - Clever Dripper “I like the Clever Dripper because it’s a mix between both…
  • #TheRoasterie Moments

    BeanPoster
    7 Nov 2014 | 11:18 am
    In our expert opinion, the best moments in life are best shared over a cup of coffee, especially #TheRoasterie coffee! We love when you share your favorite caffeinated Instagram moments with us – keep taggin’ #TheRoasterie and you could be featured next time! Here are the latest and greatest:
  • The Roasterie Cafe Barista Spotlight: Skylar Cowdry

    BeanPoster
    4 Nov 2014 | 7:45 am
    The Roasterie prides itself in providing exceptional air-roasted coffee to discerning coffee-lovers throughout Kansas City. Even more than that, we are proud of our team of baristas who go through grueling coffee education to learn how to brew the perfect cup of coffee in the most efficient ways. This month we are excited to spotlight a very special member of the team, Skylar Cowdry. Skylar is a barista at our Brookside café. He is also a full time student, a versatile musician, a kind hearted member of the Kansas City community, and soon to be a Brewer’s Cup competitor. We recently…
  • 5 Tips for brewing the best cup of coffee

    BeanPoster
    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 am
    Picture yourself in a fine restaurant in Venice, Italy. (Or better yet, in one of our fine Roasterie cafés, if Italy is a little more of stretch than your imagination allows.) Imagine ordering a cup of coffee and think of the sweet fragrance, the delicious, complex flavor, and the smooth, velvety texture. Now imagine yourself in the kitchen of your great aunt Mable with the lacking, bitter, flavorless depression-era coffee she sets before you at the table. Aunt Mable is a sweet lady, but what is doing with her coffee? Or if this is an experience you have with your own coffee maker, what are…
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  • What is Fair Trade Coffee?

    Admin
    18 Nov 2014 | 10:01 pm
    The post What is Fair Trade Coffee? appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItWhat is Fair Trade Coffee? What Does it Mean? Fair trade coffee means to do transactions with local coffee farmers using fair price to help them develop coffee industry in a environmental sustainable way. The management and business operations are also transparent. Fair trade coffee also helps to guarantee workers’ working environment and local environment. At the same time, fair trade offers technology and training for workers. It…
  • How Coffee is Made? From Seed to Cup

    Admin
    15 Nov 2014 | 11:24 pm
    The post How Coffee is Made? From Seed to Cup appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItHow Coffee is Made? To many of us, we drink coffee everyday. But do you know how coffee is made? In this article we will give you a brief picture of how the coffee is made from the beginning of the planting to the drinks in our cup. 1. Planting Coffee beans are not the fruit but seeds of coffee trees. They used to make coffee after several processes including drying, roast and grinding. However, if the coffee bean never goes…
  • What Are The Best Coffee Beans in the World?

    Admin
    7 Nov 2014 | 10:21 pm
    The post What Are The Best Coffee Beans in the World? appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin ItEnjoy the Five Finest Premium Gourmet Coffees in the World What is your favorite coffee? “Latte.” you might come up with an answer easily. But when it comes to a question like “What are the best coffee Beans in the world? ”you probably have no idea about it. It is natural because there are so many different kinds of coffee beans and they are planted in more than 70 countries around the globe. However, the…
  • Tips for Coffee Grounds Recycle (2)

    Admin
    17 Oct 2014 | 12:53 am
    The post Tips for Coffee Grounds Recycle (2) appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin It 4. Remedy wood scratches Coffee can be a remediation for minor scratches or dings in your wooded furniture without any damages. This method is practical and economical. Stir coffee grounds with a bit of olive oil to make a paste, and then wipe it slightly into scratches along with the grain of the wood. After a couple of minutes, remove it with a clean and lint free cloth. 5. Natural deodorizer for kitchen Coffee can absorb…
  • 6 Steps for How to Clean A Coffee Maker

    Admin
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:44 pm
    The post 6 Steps for How to Clean A Coffee Maker appeared first on Coffee Maker Plus, a website focusing on coffee maker reviews and best coffee maker information.Pin It6 Steps for Cleaning A Coffee Maker Step1 Clean out the coffee grounds in the coffee maker, then add water into it, cycle for once to ensure it free for cleaning. Prepare an empty filter and put it into the coffee maker, it will be used in next steps. Step2 Make a mixture that each half for water and lemon juice. Turn off your machine and pour out the water. Step3 Pour the mixture into your machine, then let the mixture stay…
 
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    Coffee Brew Guides

  • Hario Mini Mill Mod Grind Comparison

    Garrett Oden
    3 Nov 2014 | 10:33 am
    Stumbling upon the Hario Mini Mill tape mod didn't happen through good science or strategic planning. It was mostly the result of not having a rubber band nearby. There is another mod out there that uses a rubber band to stabilize the inner burr, but I didn't have one - so I just used tape. Then I figured I would try adding some tape to the metal rod. Thus, the tape mod was born. The guide has been very well received. It's been shared over 200 times in the last year (mostly on /r/coffee - thanks guys!) and has become the most visited article on coffeebrewguides.com! Despite all that, there…
  • Bean Box Has Arrived

    Garrett Oden
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    There’s another coffee subscription service making its way into to the vicious battle for dominance, and this one with a unique approach: only coffees from Seattle’s independent roasters will be featured. I give you, Bean Box! Why You Want To Subscribe If you’re a coffee enthusiast on any level, you know the delight in trying a multitude of coffees. Tasting many coffees leads to a better understanding of how varied and intricate the world of coffee is. That’s the experience that Bean Box provides. Every box includes four different Seattle roasters with four…
  • Experiment and Explore: The Depths

    Garrett Oden
    15 Oct 2014 | 2:00 pm
    It seems my ability to write and publish here once a week has come to a halt. Recently it’s been more like once every two or three weeks. This is due to an odd feeling I only recently identified, a feeling that is the opposite of what I expected. The more I learn about coffee, the less qualified I feel to write about it. My coffee journey of late has taken me from the old forum of Coffeed, tracing the footsteps of some of specialty coffee’s big names, to the wild west that is coffee roasting chemistry in the GreenCoffeeBuyingClub.com forum. Despite all that I’ve learned from…
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    Matt Brock
    2 Nov 2014 | 6:46 am
    I put a little milk in my coffee several times this weekend...and I enjoyed it. It wasn't much milk but it was just enough to change the mouthfeel of the coffee and give it a little more of a creamier texture. I don't look down on people who add cream or milk to their coffee. Unless it is 2% milk or fat free milk. That just makes no sense to me. Oh and sugar. I can't get behind that either.
  • Brewing One Way

    Matt Brock
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:58 am
    I haven’t been on the site much lately. It’s not because I haven’t had time. It is because I have been redirecting the time I used to spend on the site writing to a new hobby. Handful woodworking. I have really gotten into it. Anyway, I am not abandoning the site but I must won’t update as often as I used to. I think it is better this way. I didn’t like the few times I posted something because I felt like I needed to do so. Who knows, maybe I will post a little bit about my newest hobby here in the future. Either way, stay subscribed. I'm not getting rid of the site. When I do post,…
  • Further Thoughts On Palate Changes

    Matt Brock
    1 Oct 2014 | 4:39 pm
    I have written a couple of posts about how my coffee preference seems to change with the seasons. It seems my palate and taste preference has also changed over the past few years. Around 2012 or so I stopped drinking beers. I started living a very strict paleo/primal lifestyle. I gave up all grains. I didn’t even eat grains on cheat days. The bread and pasta was no big deal. I had, however, grown in love with the rapidly growing craft beer industry. It was a tough break up. One of the reasons I really got into coffee more was because I needed something to replace the love I had for the…
  • Coffee Kevin Weighs In On K-Cups

    Matt Brock
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:24 pm
    Kevin Sinnott is as much a “coffee expert” as anyone and his book, The Art and Craft of Coffee is a must read in my opinion. He recently weighed in on the continuously growing K-Cup industry and his opinions are very much in line with my own. I am certainly not urging anyone to discard their Chemex, Hario or French press makers for K-Cups, nor for that matter their Technivorm, Bonavita or Behmor traditional automatic drip machines. What I am suggesting is to consider what this offers in terms of consumer choices and the possibility of getting a good-to-near-great cup of coffee…
  • Roasting Routine vs. Roasting Profile

    Matt Brock
    11 Sep 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Great post about home roasting from Sam Hampton. Worth reading.Permalink
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  • Delicious Coffee Drink Recipes From Around The World That You Probably Never Heard About

    Alessandra Branco
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:10 am
    Tired of finding the same coffee drinks at the your local shop or making that same cup at home? Need some new ideas on how to prepare your beans? Or are you just curious to know what kind of coffee drinks people serve in other parts of the world? Here you will find a few coffee drinks where you probably won't see at your local coffee shop (unless you live in one of the described places) and their respective recipes, so that you can try it at home and use some ideas from around the world to innovate or "cosmopolite" your coffee break. Arnaud's Café Brûlot DiaboliqueThis…
  • Coffee Brewing Methods

    Alessandra Branco
    12 Nov 2014 | 3:12 am
    Have you ever been in a situation where you bought or want to buy that amazing coffee, but you are not sure how to brew it properly or don't know brewing device to buy? For those of you who are not a barista or in the coffee field, the world of coffee brewing may be an unfamiliar territory and knowing how to properly make your coffee is a tricky subject. For that reason, I have put together some brewing methods, as well as some tips and the difference between them, so that you can pick and choose what best suits your taste and/or available apparatus. And, hopefully, you will be able to make…
  • 6 Coffee Dessert Recipes that Will Make Your Mouth Water

    Alessandra Branco
    3 Nov 2014 | 7:40 am
    Nothing is better than a nice cup of coffee. Well, the only thing that can be better is a nice cup of coffee accompanied by a delicious coffee dessert. So whether you are looking for some ideas to add to and brighten your coffee break, or you are searching for a mouth-watering dessert for a romantic dinner date, I have put together 6 recipes which use coffee as an ingredient that will help sweeten up your days. Enjoy!  TiramisuIngredients·         3 egg yolks (if possible use pasteurized eggs, Safest Choice Eggs is what I…
  • kofiMe New Video

    Alessandra Branco
    29 Oct 2014 | 4:43 am
    If you are curious to know what our kofiBoxes contain exactly, here is our little video that will give you a clue of what the kofiMe susbcription is about. Just for your entertainment, we decided to call it "kofiMe from the Eyes of the Beholder".
  • Specialty Coffee Producing Countries

    Alessandra Branco
    27 Oct 2014 | 5:20 am
    Speciality coffee is a higher quality and more complex version of the commodity coffee, and its flavourful beans are produced under specific circumstances in special micro climates. So which countries are the world's specialty coffee producers, you may ask? And does being a coffee producing country mean that it produces higher quality coffee as well? Well, not necessarily. But here is a list of countries that produce a considerable amount of speciality coffee, along with some interesting information about the characteristics of its coffee.  BrazilRanked the world's largest coffee…
 
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