what is mushroom coffee

What is Mushroom Coffee?

Head to pretty much any major health food store nowadays and you will likely find mushroom coffee somewhere in their aisles. It seems that there has been a huge push when it comes to mushroom coffee in recent years. Now, while I don’t really see this as the future of coffee. That will remain with good old standard coffee, but …

Cup of joe

Why is a Cup of Coffee called “Joe”?

If you live in the United States, then you have probably heard coffee referred to as ‘Joe’ at some point. Have you ever wondered why it is called a cup of “Joe”, though? I have, so I started to do a little bit of research into it. Truth be told, nobody actually knows why coffee is sometimes called Joe. It …

Coffea Stenophylla

What is the rare Coffea Stenophylla?

Coffee Stenophylla is a coffee that you are never likely going to be drinking. However, if you are a coffee drinker, then this is an incredibly important coffee plant. In fact, if scientists get their way, then Coffee Stenophylla is going to help ensure the survival of commonly consumed coffee beans e.g. arabica coffee. Although, we will come to that. …

Burr vs Conical Grinder

Coffee Grinders: Burr vs. Conical – What’s the Difference?

Whether you’re a budding barista or a coffee connoisseur, you probably already know the importance of a good coffee grinder. This essential tool is what determines how flavorful your coffee will be and is one if not the most important part of the coffee brewing process.  During your search, you’ll come across a large variety of types and styles of …

Keto Coffee

What is Keto Coffee?

Keto Coffee is coffee, grass fed butter and coconut oil. Keto Coffee increases a body’s ketone production that breaks down fats, which leads to an increase in physical energy and sharper mental focus If your looking into starting Keto diet, you might be wondering how this might affect your morning coffee routine. You may have also heard of Keto Coffee …

What is the History of Vietnamese Coffee?

In the early history of coffee in Vietnam, the cafés scene in early urban areas of Vietnam divided into the two types. First is the chic French-style cafes for the French and the Vietnamese officers working for the colonial government, who learned the habit to fuel their day with coffee. Second is the more affordable café served in restaurant or …