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, …

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 …

Burr vs Conical Grinder

Flat Vs Conical Burr Coffee Grinders: 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 …

What is Mocha Coffee? And How To Make It

Mocha coffee is pretty much a staple of any coffee-serving establishment in the United States. It seems that people can’t seem to get enough of this chocolate coffee drink. We don’t blame them either. Mocha is pretty much a combination of two rather tasty food items. Well, all of those …

How Do You Make Cold Brew With an AeroPress?

To make cold brew with an Aeropress you will need medium coarse ground coffee, room temperature filtered water and time. Then combine those ingredients in your Aeropress and wait for 12 to 24 hours. Afterwards press into your vessel and cut with water, milk or milk alternative. The Aeropress is …

Coffee To Water Ratios

What Is The Best Coffee to Water Ratio?

According to the professionals, the Golden Coffee to Water Ratio is 1 gram of coffee to 18 grams of water. That equates to approximately two tablespoons of ground coffee per six ounces of water. When it comes to making the perfect cup of coffee there are certain arguments that always …