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  • The Perfect Solution For Cold Brew Coffee on the Go

    I Need Coffee
    Michael Allen Smith
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    In addition to their regular cold brewer, Primula also makes a Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee Maker. I really like this brewer. The travel version is different than the regular version in a few ways. Besides brewing less coffee, the coffee it makes is not a concentrate. Meaning it is ready to drink as soon as the brew completes. Also the travel bottle does everything. You brew, store, and drink coffee from it. In this tutorial we will make cold brew coffee with the Primula Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The Setup There are five parts to the Primula Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee…
  • Wheat-free Omega-3 Bistro Box

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    Philine C
    31 Aug 2015 | 11:20 am
    The new Omega-3 bistro box was truly inspired by you. Your requests for wheat-free options, plus a few observations we've made about where you tend to eat our bistro boxes (pre-gym, post-gym, in the park, at airports, on study breaks...thanks social media!) So with that information, we decided to put together a snackable bistro box that's easy to eat on-the-go, but still brings you the healthy, wheat-free options you crave.  So what's in the box? Smoked wild Alaskan salmon cream cheese, edamame hummus, wheat-free crackers, and an omega-3 infused trail mix with dark chocolate…
  • How to Buy an Espresso Machine

    CoffeeGeek.com
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:35 pm
    CoffeeGeek's comprehensive guide on how to make the right decision the first time when buying a quality espresso machine. Filled with insider tips, budget recommendations, and more.Read more...
  • Mugged: Screaming Beans

    Pure Coffee Blog
    Bill
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Subject: Screaming Beans Coffee Mugged: Tanzania Kilamanjaro, Machare Estate Rating [see key]: 5+ The Dutch have come up a lot in my year recently. In my travels around the USA, I've come across a lot of old Dutch colonies and monuments. In my readings of books and infrequent cinema perusal, the Netherlands (specifically Frisia) have come up noticeably often. And to top it off, a good
  • For Dynamic Health Green Coffee Bean Juice Blend 30

    WordPress Tag: Coffee
    prejtheoschiptu1972
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:59 pm
    For Dynamic Health Green Coffee Bean Juice Blend, 30 Fluid Ounce 3. bean Bags arrive in great diversity of sizes, colours and shapes. Everything from Adult – sized bean bag sofas to kid sizes, from tiger striped, faux fur to giant. Even bean bags together with your favorite sport group! – bean Bags with a detachable liner is correct for children who tend to spill things, as we all know. The detachable bean bag liner makes the bean bag simple to thoroughly clean and maintain. Some bean bag don?t possess a liner, not required a disadvantage as it assists keeps the cost straight…
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    I Need Coffee

  • The Perfect Solution For Cold Brew Coffee on the Go

    Michael Allen Smith
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    In addition to their regular cold brewer, Primula also makes a Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee Maker. I really like this brewer. The travel version is different than the regular version in a few ways. Besides brewing less coffee, the coffee it makes is not a concentrate. Meaning it is ready to drink as soon as the brew completes. Also the travel bottle does everything. You brew, store, and drink coffee from it. In this tutorial we will make cold brew coffee with the Primula Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee Maker. The Setup There are five parts to the Primula Travel Bottle Cold Brew Coffee…
  • Making Cold Brew Coffee With the Primula Coffee Maker

    Michael Allen Smith
    28 Aug 2015 | 8:15 am
    Cold brew coffee continues to surge in popularity. Most coffee shops are offering cold brew options. But you don’t need to spend a lot of money in the cafes, because making cold brew coffee at home is easy. Save your cafe money for espresso based drinks. In this tutorial, we are going to make a pitcher of cold brew coffee using the Primula Cold Brew Glass Carafe Iced Coffee Maker. Although they call it an iced coffee maker, it is not. Iced coffee is coffee brewed at normal hot temperatures and then chilled. It can even be brewed directly over ice. The Primula is a cold coffee brewer, as…
  • Cowboy Coffee Chew and Major League Coffee Dip Review

    Chris Arnold
    25 Aug 2015 | 6:45 am
    Thoughts of the old west often conjure up images of cowboys sitting around the campfire drinking Cowboy Coffee and chewing tobacco. Those tough old cowboys would probably laugh at us today with our latte art and the fact that spittoons have all but disappeared. Cue the laughter and enter Coffee Chew/Dip, a Tobacco-free & Nicotine-free alternative to chewing or dipping smokeless tobacco from Chew Coffee Dip. They currently offer “Cowboy Coffee Chew” and “Major League Coffee Dip”. They are actually the exact same product inside, only the container is different. Each…
  • Inanimate Objects Comics #54

    Todd Zapoli
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    Previous: Inanimate Objects #53 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 #54 appeared first on I Need Coffee.
  • Portland Coffee Roundup 2015

    Evan Dohrmann
    17 Aug 2015 | 10:00 am
    The following summary is written as a follow up the Portland Espresso Vacation entry published by Michael Allen Smith in October 2010 and updated in 2014. This selection of noteworthy Portland cafes includes some destinations previously featured on I Need Coffee, as well as a few businesses that are new. Background I am a fifth generation Oregonian, and I was born and raised in Portland. My earliest coffee memory is an amalgamation of countless mornings spent watching my parents brew large carafes of pour over in our home kitchen. My first gig in specialty coffee was working as a barista at…
 
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  • Wheat-free Omega-3 Bistro Box

    Philine C
    31 Aug 2015 | 11:20 am
    The new Omega-3 bistro box was truly inspired by you. Your requests for wheat-free options, plus a few observations we've made about where you tend to eat our bistro boxes (pre-gym, post-gym, in the park, at airports, on study breaks...thanks social media!) So with that information, we decided to put together a snackable bistro box that's easy to eat on-the-go, but still brings you the healthy, wheat-free options you crave.  So what's in the box? Smoked wild Alaskan salmon cream cheese, edamame hummus, wheat-free crackers, and an omega-3 infused trail mix with dark chocolate…
  • Big News for the Beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte

    Peter Dukes
    17 Aug 2015 | 6:02 am
    We have been trying to keep a lid on some big news for the beloved Pumpkin Spice Latte, but with recipes and ingredients starting to ship to our stores, the buzz is building.   What’s the big deal?   After hearing from customers and partners about ingredients, we took another look at this beverage and why we created it so many years ago. It was simple - espresso, perfectly steamed milk, warm fall spices with delicious flavor of pumpkin pie that reminds you of the cool, crisp days of autumn. So, with that great taste you know and love, the PSL returns this fall, and this time…
  • Pop in for a Snack

    Aparna P
    12 Aug 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Summer is a time for exploring. For traveling, seeing, doing… wandering! And wanted to make sure that you have exactly what you need to get the most of your travels.  So we listened to your ideas. A lot of you want variety, and even more of you have told us you feel like your days are longer, busier, and on-the-go foods are sometimes the only option. So we took all that great information and launched a new selection of foods to cater to your summertime needs.  This summer 3,400 Starbucks cafes across the nation started carrying a new, curated assortment of snacks. From summer…
  • You Are Here Glass Water Bottles

    Grace T
    3 Aug 2015 | 5:51 am
    We’ve received more than 200 ideas showing love for our YOU ARE HERE city and state mugs. So to answer a few requests, and give you a great way to commemorate a memorable summer vacation (or show off your hometown pride), we’re introducing the YOU ARE HERE Glass Water Bottles. Whether it’s the scene of the Golden Gate Bridge peering over the fog in San Francisco or the scene of pink palm trees and flamingos in Florida, these sleek water bottles are the perfect vessels to keep you hydrated. Thanks for all the ideas, and let us know what you think of the new water bottles.
  • Mocha-Coconut Frappuccino Returns

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

  • Mugged: Screaming Beans

    Bill
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Subject: Screaming Beans Coffee Mugged: Tanzania Kilamanjaro, Machare Estate Rating [see key]: 5+ The Dutch have come up a lot in my year recently. In my travels around the USA, I've come across a lot of old Dutch colonies and monuments. In my readings of books and infrequent cinema perusal, the Netherlands (specifically Frisia) have come up noticeably often. And to top it off, a good
  • Bluestone Lane

    Bill
    19 Aug 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Bluestone Lane Location: Manhattan, NY [Bryant Park shop] WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] If there's a continent that seems to burst so much with coffee love that it begins to take over other continents, it's Australia. Having been to both various Aussie operations in the UK as well as in the States, I stand amazed at how much their cup
  • Case Study Coffee

    Bill
    12 Aug 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Case Study Coffee Roasters Location: Portland, OR [NE Sandy Blvd shop] WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] Long, long ago in the pre-smart phone days, I would use the hunt-with-my-eyes method of locating coffeehouses. Essentially I would do minimal research when visiting a new place and wing it, hoping that in wandering the right
  • Mugged: 3fe

    Bill
    6 Aug 2015 | 8:47 am
    Subject: 3fe Coffee Coffee Mugged and Rating [see key]: - Nicaragua Finca La Escondida: Perla Negra Red Catuai 5+ - Bolivia Finca David Vilca: Yellow Honey Caturra 6+ Long have I yearned to visit the ancient streets of Dublin. Possessing both rich Irish ancestry and an ardent love of European history, a visit to the Emerald Isle has remained out of my grasp. In the meantime while I plan my
  • Endgrain Coffee Bar

    Bill
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map Series Subject: Endgrain Coffee Bar Location: Pitman, NJ WiFi?: yes Rating: 6+ [see key] It's no secret that small towns on the east coast have a devastatingly small amount of great coffee. Chalk it up to the high cost of real estate, or to the low patronage from the give-me-drive-thru-or-give-me-death majority. Whatever the cause, it remains a daunting
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  • For Dynamic Health Green Coffee Bean Juice Blend 30

    prejtheoschiptu1972
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:59 pm
    For Dynamic Health Green Coffee Bean Juice Blend, 30 Fluid Ounce 3. bean Bags arrive in great diversity of sizes, colours and shapes. Everything from Adult – sized bean bag sofas to kid sizes, from tiger striped, faux fur to giant. Even bean bags together with your favorite sport group! – bean Bags with a detachable liner is correct for children who tend to spill things, as we all know. The detachable bean bag liner makes the bean bag simple to thoroughly clean and maintain. Some bean bag don?t possess a liner, not required a disadvantage as it assists keeps the cost straight…
  • Ladurée - go for the macaroons

    meaganmcreative
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:57 pm
    Although the Ladurée at Harrods in London is adorable, I did not love their caffe latte quite as much since it tasted more of soya than espresso, which was so faint you almost couldn’t taste it. It also was too hot for a latte. The macaroons were so delicious that we ordered seconds, which is unusual for me since I hardly ever eat sweets. I strongly recommend their coconut macaroon, which dare I say it was better than the macaroons at Botegga Louie in downtown Los Angeles. The decor of this cafe is similar to that of Bottega, with the white marble floors, high ceilings, glass cases,…
  • Lukewarm (ramble + practice)

    Brett Michael Zeck
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Chalk etchings are scribbled above the seemingly stainless steel machinery stained with the residues
  • "SHE GOES OUT WITH OTHER GUYS"- Keep Away From A Runaround Sue"

    America On Coffee
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:23 pm
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  • Tuesday 01.09.15

    neilirving
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:21 pm
    Had a very restless nights sleep, must have been the thought of being back in work today after a nice weekend, sorted out the chickens and had coffee befor going to work, had a mad busy day in work I’m on my own this week and I have been running around like a mad thing all day, finished work went home cooked dinner and then while the kids where doing the dishes and tidying up I went and checked on Skye when I got home I chilled out with my book till Lynne finished work, we chatted about our day and then got an early night
 
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    CafeMakers

  • Latte Art Increases Coffee Value: Study

    andrew
    10 Aug 2015 | 2:09 pm
    The connection between aesthetics and people's perception of value is something that has been long known and studied by sensory scientists but a direct link between latte art and coffee drinkers' perception of coffee value has remained anecdotal: until now. The post Latte Art Increases Coffee Value: Study appeared first on CafeMakers.
  • Women farmers win first Myanmar coffee competition

    andrew
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:50 pm
    I'm pleased to announce the results of the first national coffee cupping competition held in Myanmar this May, where two women smallholder farmers were awarded first and second place in their category and the overall event. The post Women farmers win first Myanmar coffee competition appeared first on CafeMakers.
  • Coffee discounts – is saving money on coffee a good idea?

    andrew
    16 Jul 2015 | 3:25 pm
    It's important to remember that coffee is a food product and as with most things, you get what you pay for. As with all other foods, there is a sliding scale of cost, quality and convenience when considering dining out versus eating at home. The post Coffee discounts – is saving money on coffee a good idea? appeared first on CafeMakers.
  • Science backs coffee as a healthy part of your diet

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

    andrew
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Last week's interview with the New York Post was a quick one: J.M. Smucker, major producer of American grocery store retail coffee brands Millstone, Dunkin' Donuts, Folgers and others announced a 6% price cut and smaller package sizes in order to attract customers lost in recent years' price hikes. It's a straightforward story of a major consumer packaged goods seller reducing retail costs for the purpose of wooing back customers lost to competition... or is it? The post Falling coffee prices threaten supply appeared first on CafeMakers.
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    Arizona Coffee

  • King Coffee

    Chris Tingom
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    The other day I was having a business lunch at Thai Elephant in Tempe and decided to get coffee after my meeting. I had heard about this new coffee shop called King Coffee and decided to check it out! King Coffee is a micro-coffee shop located on Mill Ave. just across the street from Gammage Auditorium. They’ve got their own parking lot which is convenient. Inside, is a small coffee shop that features a coffee bar directly central in the store, with seating all around. This location used to house an ice cream shop. I ordered a cappuccino, despite the 110 degree day. Even the barista…
  • Alan Adler: Inventor of the AeroPress

    Chris Tingom
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:29 pm
    I found this video really interesting, and wanted to share it with you. This guy, Alan Adler, invented both the AeroPress and the Aerobie disc. Cool! The post Alan Adler: Inventor of the AeroPress appeared first on Arizona Coffee.
  • Jobot Coffee

    Chris Tingom
    25 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    I noticed something called the “Sunrise” on the menu at Jobot, and thinking of myself as some sort of Andrew Zimmern of the food world, I ordered it. You should, too! If you like orange juice with espresso shots. I know, you’re probably thinking to yourself “that’s a lot of acidic taste, does that work?” I assure you, everyone who tries this drink says it works! And, I tried it and really loved it. The orange juice is cold, and the espresso is hot (but it quickly cools down). The two ingredients don’t really mix, but instead the orange juice settles…
  • Nitro Coffee in AZ

    Chris Tingom
    10 Aug 2015 | 9:39 am
    Nitro coffee is the newest trend in coffee drinks, and it’s hitting the valley this year. It’s so popular, even Buzz Feed did an article about it. I have a sense that Nitro will remain an exclusive drink in the valley. I’ve asked a few coffee shops if they’ll be serving Nitro, and several either didn’t know what it was, or had no interest. Coffee shops selling Nitro: Letha Mae’s — San Tan Valley Songbird Coffee & Tea House — Phoenix Press Coffee at Scottsdale Quarter — Scottsdale FiftyOneWest — Tempe Peixoto Coffee —…
  • Press Coffee Updates Scottsdale Store

    Chris Tingom
    3 Aug 2015 | 9:56 am
    Press Coffee has undertaken a major update and rebranding at their Scottsdale Quarter location. They were doing construction for two days last week and reopened with new floors, walls, and equipment. They updated nearly everything in the store and it’s fresh and new. As you can see from my photo, they have new wood paneling on the walls and on the bar. They took out the old black countertop and replaced it with a brilliant white counter. It’s really beautiful, and offers a nice contrast. They’ve also got a brand new Synesso MVP espresso machine. They have some other new…
 
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  • Kimera Koffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Kimera Koffee Coffee with cognitive enhancers: Boosted Energy Level Optimized Focus and Concentration Enhanced Athletic Performance I tried Kimera Koffee during my morning coffee routine to see if it had a noticeable difference on my cognition as outline above. I can truly say after 1 cup of this coffee I was good to go, energy wise, for a good 6 hours without any need for more coffee until well into the afternoon. If you are a coffee drinker that consumes energy drinks everyday as well then I would definitely recommend you giving this energy coffee a try. Author informationJason CoffeeHead…
  • 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…
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  • Kimera Koffee Review

    Jason Coffee
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Kimera Koffee Coffee with cognitive enhancers: Boosted Energy Level Optimized Focus and Concentration Enhanced Athletic Performance I tried Kimera Koffee during my morning coffee routine to see if it had a noticeable difference on my cognition as outline above. I can truly say after 1 cup of this coffee I was good to go, energy wise, for a good 6 hours without any need for more coffee until well into the afternoon. If you are a coffee drinker that consumes energy drinks everyday as well then I would definitely recommend you giving this energy coffee a try. Author informationJason CoffeeHead…
  • 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…
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    Coffee & Conservation

  • Bird-friendly coffee short

    JulieCraves
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. A film about the decline of North American songbirds called The Messenger includes a segment about coffee and bird habitat. Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Coffee berry borer research

    JulieCraves
    20 Aug 2015 | 6:15 am
    Copyright Coffee & Conservation. The Journal of Insect Science recently published an open-access paper: A coffee berry borer (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) bibliography.  This updates previous compilations of research, and now contains nearly 1900 references […] Not reading this in a feed reader or on Coffee & Conservation? Then it's stolen.
  • Finca Dos Gatos: 2015 update

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

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

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

  • Interview: Bruce Constantine of ESPRO Press

    Jennifer
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:21 am
    To kick off the Interview series again, here is someone you may have seen on Kickstarter. Bruce Constantine is the CEO of ESPRO Press. We discuss the ESPRO Press and what’s next for the company.     Daily Demitasse – When did you start drinking coffee? Bruce Constantine – I don’t even remember! My grandmother’s... The post Interview: Bruce Constantine of ESPRO Press appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • Infograph: The Cold Brew Coffee Revolution

    Jennifer
    8 Aug 2015 | 4:50 pm
    Cold brew coffee has become increasingly popular over the past few years. With up to 67% less acidity than your average cup of hot coffee, it’s no surprise why people are turning to cold brew coffee. This infographic by Espresso Works, a leading provider of quality coffee machines in Perth, Australia, offers an insight into... The post Infograph: The Cold Brew Coffee Revolution appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • 5 MORE Cities with a Killer Coffee Culture

    Jennifer
    2 Feb 2015 | 11:26 am
    This is a guest post by Jay Deratany. If you would like to write for Daily Demitasse, please check out our guidelines. Assuming you have already decorated your passport with cities pulled from the first installment on coffee capitals of the world, here is a whole new batch to try. The number of cities that... The post 5 MORE Cities with a Killer Coffee Culture appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • Interview: Josue’ Morales of Mayaland Coffee

    Jennifer
    28 Nov 2014 | 8:34 am
    This month’s interview is very special. I’ve been looking forward to writing this one for over a year now. A little background first. I had the privilege of working for Josue’ Morales at Mayaland Coffee in it’s very beginning stages. It’s amazing to see how far they’ve come already and the changes that’s been made. It’ll... The post Interview: Josue’ Morales of Mayaland Coffee appeared first on Daily Demitasse.
  • 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.
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  • Coffee Lyrics in Your Favorite Songs

    Tim
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:49 pm
    What is it about coffee that makes people love it so? Is it the fact that coffee drinking is steeped in tradition? Possibly. Is it the flavor? Maybe, but there are other drinks that taste great and they’re not such a universal companion like coffee. We suspect that coffee is a go-to beverage around the world because it speaks of love: warm, comforting love. Or, kick-in-the-butt kind of love that many of us need to get (or keep) us going on any given day. Just as coffee is a global symbol of feeling good, so is music. Love songs, expressive songs, contemplative songs, get fired up songs, you…
  • Try Coffee Scrub for Glowing Skin

    Tim
    26 Aug 2015 | 6:01 am
    You love coffee, and we know you do. It’s your go-to drink in the morning, and it sometimes serves as a nice evening treat, too. But did you know that you could enjoy the beverage in yet another way, and in a way that will give you glowing skin? That’s right, you can turn your beloved beverage into a fabulous, great-smelling coffee scrub for your whole body. Making a coffee scrub for your feet, hands, and even your face is quite easy, and it’s a fun way to take care of your skin naturally. After all, beauty products made from natural ingredients are gentler and safer on your skin than…
  • A Coffee Diet Can Help You Lose Weight

    Tim
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:15 am
    Coffee can help with the many facets of weight loss. Have you ever heard anyone say that a coffee diet can actually help you to lose weight? Well if you haven’t, then rest assured: it can. You may be thinking that we’re talking about drinking only coffee as part of a fad diet, or else doing something extreme or bizarre to lose weight while drinking coffee, but it’s not like that at all. Here’s a few reasons behind the coffee diet connection, and how you can have your daily dose, experience weight loss, and a live an even happier life without putting that cup of Joe down. Coffee…
  • The Coffee Sleeve: Hot Coffee’s Best Friend

    Tim
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Coffeeshop Prop Humor No. 1 | Pen Waggener, Flickr Of course we love coffee! Who doesn’t? There are a lot of coffee enthusiasts out there, and the world attracts plenty of enthusiastic connoisseurs. Coffee lovers fetishize many aspects of preparation, from vintage Italian espresso machines to retro-futuristic steampunk labs. But one piece of paraphernalia often goes uncelebrated. Yes, we’re talking about the humble coffee sleeve. The coffee sleeve or coffee cozy is generally unremarkable. They’re often made of paperboard, and some have cool designs or advertisements. And coffee sleeves…
  • Get Your Kids Back to School With Your Favorite Morning Coffee

    Tim
    21 Aug 2015 | 12:19 pm
    Morning routine | Liz West, Flickr Summer is coming to a close and it’s near time to get the kids back to school. Along with shopping for school clothes and school supplies, you also need to plan how you’re going to manage your morning coffee time, once those classes begin. There’s a lot to do on a school morning: getting kids out of bed, making sure everyone is dressed and teeth are brushed, and remembering lunches and backpacks – and really, that’s just for the children. Even if you work out of the home, then you still need to get yourself ready, too! Plan for Coffee in the…
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  • Keurig 2.0 K200 + 48 k-cups + 24 k-carafe pods + $15 best buy gift card only $87

    Danijela
    5 Aug 2015 | 3:34 am
    Want to know the very best coffee deals this week? We’ve got you covered! STARBUCKS Get 15% off syrups and sauces online with code SWEETS15S through 8/16. KEURIG 1. Get $2.00 off most pods, plus 15% off accessories & free standard shipping at keurig.com . Use code CAREFREE. Ends 8/23. 2. Buy 4 boxes of […]
  • Keurig 2.0 K250 Review

    Danijela
    3 Aug 2015 | 9:42 am
    If you didn’t like Keurig before because you could do just one cup at the time, you will love this new brewer. This small and compact 2.0 brewer can do a single cup, a to-go travel mug and it can also do a carafe. design The Keurig K250 is the only model with the water […]
  • How to Make Iced Coffee With Keurig

    Danijela
    10 Jun 2015 | 9:56 am
    Today, I’m going to show you how to make iced coffee with Keurig coffee makers. Grab a k-cup and let’s dig into these easy recipes. HOW TO MAKE ICED COFFEE WITH REGULAR KEURIG K-CUPS If you’re like me and you love making drinks from scratch, then you’ll love this method. Here’s what you need: 1 […]
  • Pour Over Iced Coffee (Japanese iced coffee method)

    Danijela
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:53 am
    Achieve iced coffee perfection using this simple instant cold-pour-over technique. This Japanese iced coffee is loaded with great flavors, always freshly brewed and will give you a first class iced coffee. The technique is simple, yet genius. It calls for the same coffee grounds to water ratio like when making regular coffee, with one difference: […]
  • 7 handmade coffee items Etsy | I’m lovin’ it

    Danijela
    1 Jun 2015 | 1:06 pm
    I LOVE handmade items on Etsy. Monograms, things with my name on them, nice prints…There’s so many beautiful things to choose from. I know you love Etsy too, so I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite items that could make great gifts, or perhaps an addition to your own collection. 1. Handmade personalized coffee […]
 
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  • Coming Soon…Be Part of the Coffee Magic

    seaislandcoffee
    28 Aug 2015 | 4:23 am
    As coffee enthusiasts we are always excited about what’s brewing in the coffee world. We believe that coffee should be an experience, something to be savoured and enjoyed; there is nothing worse than a disappointing cup of coffee. We have all been there, a beautiful hotel, the ideal holiday, perfect company and yet a dull instant cup of coffee is presented to you. Gone are those dreary instant hotel brews, now you can roast your own green beans to ensure every cup is as perfect and the next. The solution comes in a sleek modern creation by Hario. Whether its a medium or dark roast you…
  • World of Coffee Gothenburg 2015

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

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

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

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

    Kate
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:53 am
    If you’ve followed our recipes lately, you know we’re fans of fancy looking frozen desserts that require no machine and little effort. Continuing in that tradition, we present the refreshing tea granita! If you’ve never had a granita, it is usually made with water, sugar, and flavor, sometimes fresh fruit, and has a unique texture somewhere between sorbet and shaved ice. It’s exactly what you want on a hot day and a refreshing way to enjoy the sweet, floral flavor of our Jasmine First Grade green tea. Ingredients 3 cups near-boiling water 2 teaspoons Jasmine…
  • No-Churn Coffee Fudge Ice Cream

    Kate
    21 Aug 2015 | 6:58 am
    Having mastered super-simple Vietnamese Iced Coffee Pops, we decided to try another lazy, low-tech frozen dessert: no-churn ice cream. This one might be slightly more lazy, given that an appliance does most of the work and the freezing happens in one step, not two. Inspired by The Kitchn’s easy recipe for no-churn, 2-ingredient vanilla, we decided to try a coffee version, swirling fudge into the mixture before letting it set. It took minutes to make the ice cream base and the possible variations are endless. Tea, spices, or even herbs would make interesting flavoring alternatives,…
  • Chai-Infused Rye Whiskey

    Kate
    6 Aug 2015 | 3:11 pm
    If you’ve ever added a splash of whiskey to your mug of tea, you know the flavors can pair very nicely. Tea softens whiskey’s bite while whiskey adds warmth and complexity. Inspired by the success of our Earl Grey Goose, we decided to see what a tea  infusion would do to a traditional old-fashioned. We decided to use spicy and robust rye as the base for our Spiced Chai Black Tea infusion. With a strong flavor of its own, the tea needed to steep for only two hours to infuse well. Instructions Add 1 tablespoon of loose leaf chai black tea and 8 ounces of rye whiskey to a…
  • Recipe of the week: Dirty White Russian

    Kate
    6 Aug 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Or Filthy Caucasian? Call it what you like, this recipe is for coffee fiends who believe that even coffee liqueur would be better with more coffee. This recipe was inspired by our dark roasted White Russian Iced Coffee, one of the best flavors of the summer. A shot of chilled coffee makes for a welcome addition to the classic drink. Try it with White Russian flavor or your favorite coffee brewed strong. Ingredients 2 oz. vodka 1 oz. coffee liqueur 1/2 oz. fresh-brewed coffee, cooled 1 oz. cream Instructions Add the first three ingredients to ice in an a old-fashioned glass. Add the…
  • Thousand-Flavor Syrup Recipe

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

    Ernesto Méndez
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    On this Theme Thursday, we have two new free themes for you: Colinear and Franklin. Colinear Colinear — our update to the older Coraline — is a squeaky-clean theme featuring a custom menu, header, background, and layout. Colinear supports featured images and six widget areas — up to three in the sidebar and three in the footer. Primarily designed for magazine-style sites, Colinear is a flexible theme that also suits any personal blog or content-rich site. Check out Colinear on the Theme Showcase, or activate it on your site. Franklin Franklin is a lightweight blogging theme,…
  • Introducing: Our New Action Bar

    Andy Peatling
    26 Aug 2015 | 11:10 am
    We strive to make all aspects of using WordPress.com streamlined and intuitive, from following a great new blog to editing a post on the go. Today, we’re happy to present the new action bar, which allows you to do all this (and more) no matter what device you’re on. Following and more When you visit a site you’re not yet following, look to the bottom-right corner of the screen and you’ll see this: Clicking on Follow will make it so new posts from that site will appear in the WordPress.com Reader. Becoming a new follower has never been easier, whether you or your…
  • Get Up to Speed at learn.wordpress.com

    Krista
    26 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    If you just started a spandy new WordPress blog or site and want to work on setup and configuration in your spare time, we’ve recently refreshed a resource that might be just the thing for you: learn.wordpress.com. Have you just created a blog or website to: Showcase a personal project? Maybe you’re working on a photo-a-day project, some short stories, poetry, or a memoir? Highlight your business’ offerings and attract new customers? Promote an organization and want to know how to get connected to potential supporters on social media? No matter the reason you created that…
  • Next Stop for Accelerate.LGBT: Dublin, Ireland

    Anne McCarthy
    21 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, is committed to diversity: providing a platform for everyone to publish on the web and building a diverse, distributed workforce around the world. A collaborative effort between Accelerate with Google and Automattic, the Accelerate.LGBT conference series is designed to help diverse businesses and nonprofits optimize their web presence, empowering professionals through focused workshops and hands-on, one-on-one support from Automattic and Google employees. We held our first event in San Francisco this past April, which was a great success.
  • What a difference a header makes!

    Michelle W.
    19 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Our websites are our online homes. It makes sense that we want to give them personality and warmth, just like we do with our physical homes. One of the simplest updates with the biggest impact is a custom header, a completely free feature that’s available to the majority of themes on WordPress.com. A header instantly sets your blog apart — and with free online photo and graphic editing tools, a custom look is accessible to any blogger, no graphic design experience needed. Take a look at the world of possibilities with these ten blogs: Text, taken up a notch A custom header…
 
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  • Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Advanced Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker

    admin
    12 Aug 2015 | 12:06 am
    Mr Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT Advanced Brew 12-Cup Programmable Coffee Maker If you are a coffee drinker, you have probably heard the Mr. Coffee brand name a million times or more, because it is one of the most popular electric, coffee makers of all time. The high quality designs and longevity are what make this coffee maker one of the most sold coffee brewing machines ever and if you want to save yourself a lot of money, you definitely ought to consider purchasing a Mr. Coffee BVMC-SJX33GT. Don’t Have The Patience To Wait? Have you ever had to stand and wait for your coffee maker to complete…
  • 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…
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  • Drinking Coffee Out of a Straw?: The Latest Craze

    Vili
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:09 pm
    It’s summer and let’s face it, in summer we don’t usually feel like sitting down to our hot cup of coffee. Instead and in the US especially the latest craze is iced coffee. All too often in a cafe you heard the phrase, “Would you like that iced?”, followed by a very prompt, “Of course, it’s so hot outside.” Usually it is just your standard drink except with ice added to make it cold. It’s all the craze at the moment, with it becoming even rarer to see a cafe serving every single drink they offer in an iced version. Be it a latte,…
  • The Difference Between Coffee Roasts: Light Medium and Dark Roasts

    Vili
    19 Aug 2015 | 8:08 am
    This article will explore not only the difference between coffee roasts, but also the reason as to why you may prefer a certain shade of roasting. How do you like your coffee roasted, light medium or dark? If this is a question that bemuses you then you are not alone. What is the difference between coffee roasts and how do they affect the flavor of what’s in your cup. The premise is simple, for coffee to be edible (most of the time) it has to be roasted to extract the natural flavors and aromas present in the coffee bean.  It’s like any live plant or animal product, it has to be…
  • What is cold brew coffee

    Vili
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:56 am
    Cold brew coffee is everywhere I look. Starbucks, Stumptown and basically every single speciality coffee shop you can think of has now reinvented cold brew coffee. I know what you must be thinking, wow it must be this great and wonderful discovery that has unearthed itself from the foundations of science in the past few years. After all why else would it be so gosh darn popular and expensive to boot. The truth is that there is really no great secret to the way that this great and amazing drink is made. The key is in the name. Cold brew coffee, it is literally your average cup of coffee brewed…
  • What’s the Difference Between a Latte and a Cappuccino?

    Vili
    30 May 2015 | 5:52 pm
    As a professional barista, one of the most common questions I get asked is “what’s the difference between a latte and a cappuccino.  (Along with why is there no caramel in my macchiato.) I always hate these sorts of questions. Like most things in life, everyone does things a little bit different. For instance I currently work at is Italian style espresso bar in New York. This means that what an American might call a cappuccino would be very different to what an Italian or an Australian might call a cappuccino. The Simple Answer Latte – The term latte means milk. It is a…
  • What is a Coffee Percolator: Knowing the difference.

    Vili
    22 May 2015 | 7:43 am
    Thе coffee percolator once reigned supreme in the world of coffee making. Sadly today the coffee community has long since outmoded any use for a coffee percolator. With more convenient, electrical and automatic brewing options available, this almost ancient brewing has been restrained use primarily around the camp fire. What even is a Coffee Percolator? Thе “coffee percolator” wаѕ dеrіvеd frоm the word “percolate,” whісh means “tо саuѕе a ѕоlvеnt to pass thrоugh.” The реrсоlаtоr wоrkѕ bу kееріng thе boiling water uр…
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    Best Coffee Maker Picks 2015

  • Nespresso Capsules and Nespresso Machines (GUIDE)

    Admin
    18 Aug 2015 | 12:02 am
    What Is Nespresso? What Are Nespresso Machines? Nespresso is the official brand name of a company owned by Nestle Group, headquartered in Switzerland. Nespresso machines make espresso with special coffee capsules, a kind of single-use cup of ground-up coffee and proprietary flavorings. Nespresso machines and capsules are sold around the world. Nespresso Machines Nespresso offers several different machines for sale. The machines have the brand names of well-known manufacturers of kitchen equipment (DeLonghi, Siemens, Miele etc.), but Eugster/Frismag manufactures most of them, and the company…
  • The Cost to Make a Cup of Coffee at Home

    Admin
    11 Aug 2015 | 3:52 am
    Every time I wake up, I look forward to my morning coffee. I am in control of what to add in my coffee and the amount, basing on my unique coffee preferences. But I never did wonder how much is the cost for each cup of coffee that I’m brewing at home. Instead, I base it primarily on the price of the coffee beans or grounds. Which should be is the main cost contributor when making coffee. My Total Cost: 51 cents per 8oz cup of coffee (35 cents for Coffee) + (3 cents for Filter) + (2 cents for Water and Electricity) + (11 cents for Coffeemaker ). K-cup only: 45 – 65 cents each Buying…
  • The Way to Brew French Press Coffee to Perfection

    Admin
    3 Aug 2015 | 8:39 am
    Coffee purists praise the fine qualities of a French press, contesting that it produces the finest coffee flavor. It captures more of the coffee’s flavor and essential oils compared to paper filtered brewers. Taste is the best reason why French press coffee makers became popular. In order to make your perfect French press coffee – you need to know the brewing preferences recommended by the leaders in the coffee industry as a good starting point. Awesome ways to tweak the brewing methods to your heart’s content, one key element that should not be missing, and the things needed to…
  • No-Heat Coffee Brewing for Enthusiasts with BodyBrew

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

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