Coffee and Water

What Is The Best Water For Coffee? Taste The Difference

In short, a cup of coffee is 98% water, so the quality of water you use will have a important impact on the quality of your coffee and its taste. When it comes to crafting the perfect cup of coffee, we all know that it’s important to choose high-quality beans and to use an accurate brewing method, but did you …

How to make French Press Coffee

How to Use A French Press – An Essential Guide

In its most basic form, French Press coffee is a immersion brewing method that uses a carafe, a plunger and a screen which work together to mix coarse ground coffee with water between 195 – 205 Fahrenheit for 4 minutes. Anyone who has enjoyed French press coffee will tell you that it is smooth, indulgent and rich. If paired with …

New Orleans Chicory Coffee

What is Chicory Coffee? A Helpful Resource

I had a regular customer come into my shop one day and she has just returned from a vacation to New Orleans and brought in a tin can of Cafe de Monde Chicory Ground Coffee and asked me if I had ever tried it. Up and until that point I had heard about it a couple times here and there …

Honey Processed Coffee

What is Honey Processed Coffee and How is it Different?

The last time you visited the local shop, you might have noticed a new type of coffee. Well, the coffee might not be very new, but the methods used to processing have gone unnoticed for a long time. What I am referring to are the honey processed coffee and pulped natural processed coffee, and in this post I will go …

What does a Coffee Bean Consist Of

The Complete Anatomy Of A Coffee Bean

Most, if not all of us have heard of the word “coffee bean” but are not aware of what makes up the anatomy of a coffee bean and how it affects the taste of coffee. We are often much more concerned, and rightfully so, about the taste of the coffee than the how this taste came to “bean”. Lets start …