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 …

Coffee Leaf Tea

What is Coffee Leaf Tea?

Coffee leaf tea is made from the leaves of the coffee plant. Coffee leaf tea tastes full, earthy and lightly sweet on its own, but has absolutely no coffee flavor. That plant is called the Camellia sinensis and is responsible for black tea, green tea, and white tea. We are all familiar with the coffee bean, which comes from the …

How to drink espresso

How to Drink Espresso Like a Pro

Espresso has become a staple of modern coffee drinking. Originally, espresso was designed as a way to quickly consume the amount of caffeine in a full cup of coffee by pouring hot water over pressure-packed, ground coffee beans. Brewing espresso should take no more than a minute with the proper machine, but espresso is not just about the brewing process. …

Mexico Coffee

Mexico Coffee: Where its Grown and Why Its Unique

Mexican coffee produces top quality coffee due to the pristine growing conditions, the way the coffee is harvested and dried as well as and the unique flavors that it produces. It is not as popular as other coffee from around the world, but Mexico produces coffee that is some of the best quality that you can find. But why is …

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 …

What is Coffee Chaff

What is Coffee Chaff?

Coffee chaff is the dry scaly protective skin of the seed of a coffee bean and falls off during the coffee roasting process. Chaff is normally thrown out but can be used in compost for gardens. For coffee roasters chaff can be big nuisance as its produced in large amounts during the roasting process and since light it seems to …