The Surprising History of Cold Brew Coffee

Cold brew is a type of coffee that is made by steeping coarse-ground beans in cool water for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. In this way, it differs from the majority of other coffee-making methods that utilize hot water. With cold brew, the water is generally held at room …

Ground vs Instant Coffee

Instant Vs. Ground Coffee: What’s the Difference?

There’s an argument to be made that coffee is just coffee. After all, both instant coffee and ground coffee do basically the same thing. You know, it’s a brownish liquid that’s a little bitter and serves as a caffeine delivery system. But, like most things, it’s a bit more complicated …

What is Proffee and How Good for You is It?

If you have heard about proffee, you might be wondering what it is and whether it’s right for you. Proffee has been trending recently, but what are the benefits, and are the claims being made about it really true? We look at what proffee is and how it can benefit …

Why Is Kona Coffee So Expensive?

1. Labor Costs Labor has to be the most significant factor making Kona priced the way it is. Kona coffee is grown in Hawaii, a US state, and is therefore subject to all of the regulations and rules of US industry. Growing and selling coffee is done all over the …

What is Excelsa Coffee?

I can’t imagine that you have heard of the Excelsa coffee bean. It is one of the rarest coffees in the world. The rarity of the coffee bean makes it incredibly expensive. A lot of coffee providers will steer clear of it as a result. It also has a rather …

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 …