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The Quick Guide To Coffee Roast Terminology

Posted on 23. Nov, 2012 by .

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Roasting is probably the most important aspect of preparing great coffee. The roasting process brings out the aroma of the coffee bean, as the chemical structure of the coffee oils changes in the heat. Without it, the rich, familiar smell of coffee would not exist. In this article, we will discuss the degrees of roasting […]

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The Quick Guide To Coffee Tasting Lingo

Posted on 22. Nov, 2012 by .

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When it comes to talking about coffee, the true coffee lovers will know to use coffee jargon. Why? Just because they can. Be one step closer to becoming one of these well-respected coffee connoisseurs by familiarizing yourself with some of the basic coffee terminology. In this article, we will focus especially on the specific adjectives […]

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Coffee Tasting – Do It Like A Pro

Posted on 11. Nov, 2012 by .

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If you have ever been to a relatively good restaurant and ordered wine, you are most probably familiar with the eloquent procedure of wine tasting. First, the waiter serves you a small dosage, which you are to swirl around in your glass to observe its texture, smell to check its aroma and finally savor it […]

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How To Make Caramel Coffee

Posted on 10. Sep, 2012 by .

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Most diners and coffee bars offer their own version of this drink that will appeal to those who like their coffee a bit out of the ordinary. What will make this recipe so special is the mix of chocolate, caramel, vanilla and coffee all in one drink. The result will be an aromatic brew with […]

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Coffee Drink Recipes

Posted on 05. Sep, 2012 by .

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Coffee is such a versatile thing and there are always new ways to incorporate it into a food recipe or to make a new exciting drink recipe if we feel like trying something new. We’ve posted a few recipe articles over the past few months and since the list has started to grow a little we […]

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How To Froth Milk With A Steam Wand

Posted on 20. Aug, 2012 by .

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Sometimes the key to a great cappuccino or latte isn’t anything to do with the coffee beans, the grind, or even the coffee at all – it’s in the frothing of the milk! Having nicely frothed milk can be the difference between having a coffee that tastes smooth and delicious and having one that tastes […]

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How To Get The Best Tasting Coffee At Home

Posted on 27. Jun, 2012 by .

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What does it take to make the best tasting coffee at home? Well, a lot of it will depend on what type of coffee you like to drink. For example, are you an espresso fan, or do you prefer a french press? There are a lot of variables that can change in terms of the […]

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How To Roast Coffee

Posted on 27. Jun, 2012 by .

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You have a number of options when it comes to learning how to roast coffee at home, ranging from DIY options on a budget to appliances that will take care of it for you. Before we get into the details, here’s a quick summary of the different ways in which you can achieve the freshest […]

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How To Make Turkish Coffee

Posted on 21. Jun, 2012 by .

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Turkish coffee for those hearing the term for the first time, is not a type of coffee. It describes a certain method of preparing a coffee, which is quite different to what you will be used to when making your cappuccino’s and your lattes. Firstly, the coffee is ground to the finest possible powder. Most […]

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How To Buy The Best Coffee Grinders

Posted on 01. Jun, 2012 by .

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There are a lot of different coffee grinders available these days which are often all advertised as being better than the rest, but what are the differences between them all and what actually makes the best coffee grinders? There are two main types of grinders that you are likely to come across, blade grinders and […]

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How To Make Irish Coffee

Posted on 20. May, 2012 by .

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It looks so simple yet there is a real technique to getting an Irish coffee just right. In this article we are going to walk you through how to make an Irish coffee without it going all cloudy as the two parts mix together. First things first though – for anyone who hasn’t seen or […]

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