How to buy coffee from a local roaster

7 Best Reasons For Buying Locally Roasted Coffee

I was at the supermarket the other day and I just happen to be going down the coffee isle and I saw shelves full of all kinds of coffee from Starbucks to Dunkin Donuts to even the supermarkets own brand. There were plenty of options as well from Light Roast to Dark Roast and blends with some very interesting names. …

Coffee Brewing at Home

How Do You Make A Good Coffee at Home?

Many people are serious about their coffee.  Yet, they don’t think they can make a cup as good as they get at their local coffee shope. However, learning how to  make a good if not great cup of coffee at home is not nearly as difficult as you might think. To make the best a good cup of coffee at …

Useful ways to use Coffee Grounds

Coffee Grounds: 9 Creative Ways To Use Them

Having had both a combination of a wholesale coffee roasting business and a coffee shop, I would have a lot of spent coffee grounds due to the making of espresso’s, latte’s, Cappuccino’s etc. In the beginning I would throw them all away at the end of the day. Then one day a client came into the shop and asked me …

Making Coffee when Traveling

How to Make Great Coffee When Traveling

Have you ever been traveling on a plane or at a hotel and you just wanted a good cup coffee? Or perhaps you decided to go on a road trip to the middle of nowhere. If this is you, then I can tell that having the right coffee equipment when traveling is for you. A great way to make coffee …

How is coffee decaffeniated

How Is Decaffeinated Coffee Made?

Coffee is the world’s second most popular beverage, after tea, and takes the crown in both the Americas and Europe. For over 100 years now, coffee has been undergoing various methods of decaffeination but the question has always been: How is decaffeinated made? In short,  decaffeinated coffee is made by taking green or raw coffee beans, filling them with water …