Everything you need to know about the three waves of coffee from first wave canned coffee and second wave Starbucks to third wave specialty coffee roasters.
This is Coffee Science, a recurring guide helping you understand the science behind that cup of coffee you have every … More
The process through which green coffee beans transform into the delicious flavored beans used to brew the coffee we love … More
Similar to the job of wine sommeliers, coffee cupping is the practice of observing the tastes and aromas of a … More
This week we are diving into light and dark roasts. What’s the difference? How does the roast affect taste? Does … More
Know the Difference Between Manual Coffee Brewing Methods There is no one right way to make the perfect cup of … More
The Minimalist Approach to Coffee Gone are the days of clunky coffee makers and wasteful, tasteless, single-use cups. What people … More
You can’t make a good cup of coffee (or any coffee at all) without one important ingredient: water. Water is crucial to the brewing process because it helps to extract all of the flavors from the coffee grounds, so using the perfect temperature of water can play a big role on how that final cup will taste.
Having to deal with a frustrating coffee maker each and every morning is the #1 cause of being bummed out. Don’t worry about fact checking that. We already did the research. But seriously, a nice coffee maker really can make your morning just a little bit better by optimizing your route from sad and coffeeless to buzzing and caffeinated.
If you’re feeling sluggish from all that summer heat, there’s no better way to cool down and perk up at the same time than with some cold brew or iced coffee. Regardless of which you prefer, we can all agree that these drinks are better the colder they are. We’ve written a lot about keeping your drinks hot, but what about keeping them ice cold?