Learn About Coffee Processing by Tasting Irving Farm’s ‘Experiments’
A number of factors affect the taste of your morning coffee (milk and sugar included — although that ubiquitous profile-altering duo is eliminated for the...
What is Natural-Processed Coffee?
Finca Los Popitos, Capucas, Honduras Deep inside the Capucas community in western Honduras, at an elevation of 4,429 feet above sea level, Pedro Romero lives on and manages a piece of coffee heaven: Los Popitos coffee farm This farm is a model for agroforestry, with perfectly lined timber and fruit trees that provide shade to the coffee plants and that are also home to different species of birds. Pedro is known in the community for diversified crops and being an expert in NATURAL-PROCESSED…
I HAVE not been to the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) annual show for about 15 years now. Since I got into coffee franchising, and eventually concentrating instead on coffee production as an advocacy, I left the “third wave” coffee culture to the younger generation, and sat content with my usual black drip coffee,
Why This Coffee Costs $75 A Cup
Klatch Coffee in Southern California carries the Elida Geisha 803 sold for $803 per pound ($75 per eight-ounce cup). It became the most expensive coffee when...
Cold Brew: How to Brew Toddy Coffee
Cold Brew. Coffee bother your stomach? Toddy Coffee Maker is a cold water coffee brewing process that removes 67% acidity from coffee. The easiest way to bre...
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Stumptown Coffee Roasters Blog
Everything you need to know about the lesser known part of the coffee fruit. - Stumptown Coffee Roasters
What is Coffee Flour?
Coffee flour is a flour made from coffee cherries, the fruit that surrounds the coffee bean. The fruit is usually a byproduct of the coffee industry, but turning it into flour gives it a whole new purpose. Coffee flour is finely ground and very similar to cocoa powder in consistency. Though it looks like cocoa powder, it doesn’t taste like chocolate or like coffee. The flour is very fruity and has a floral, tea-like flavor to it. I recommend tasting it before you…
How to start a ... coffee shop
Focus on the quality of your product, face up to the big chains and don’t assume that high margins mean easy money, say our experts
How to Cold Brew Coffee
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What good is organic coffee?
With so many titles thrown around (fair trade, shade grown, bird friendly) some start to sound preposterous. What difference does bird friendly coffee make when I drink it? Another ambiguous term…
Learn About Specialty Coffee
Learn about coffee beans, coffee growing regions, roasting, brewing tips for the perfect cup of Joe, flavored coffees, specialty coffee and more.
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How to Best Brew Coffee in An AeroPress
| By Savannah Phillips | One of my own personal favorite methods of brewing coffee is an AeroPress. I love it because it's durable, compact and lightweight, so
How to Drink Black Coffee
Learn to ditch that cream and sugar once and for all by learning how to drink black coffee and enjoying all the natural flavors that it provides.
French Press Coffee Tutorial
If you are looking for purchase recommendations, check out our French Press Guide. Of all the different coffee brewing methods, the one I’ve used the most has been the French Press. Also known as a press pot or Melior, the French Press is a simple way to make a rich delicious cup of coffee. The …
A Coffee Lover's Guide to Tea
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 in Seattle and tried several teas. Not the boring Earl Grey or the herbal crap, but real high-quality loose leaf tea. I got to drink …
The Beginner's Guide to Cold Brew Coffee
Welcome to The Beginner’s Guide to Cold Brew Coffee! Cold Brew coffee, by definition, is simply the process of steeping coffee grounds in room temperature or cold water for an extended period of time. The result of this process is much different than what you would get by simply icing a hot brewed coffee. The …