How coffee is processed

How is Coffee Harvested? A Complete Guide

To get the most out of your coffee experience, you need to know more about the coffee that you are drinking. While the country of origin is important, the coffee processing method that is used should also be considered. There are 4 coffee processing methods commonly used in the industry …

Kopi Luwak Coffee

Kopi Luwak Coffee: Why Is It So Expensive?

Today’s coffee market is full of diversity. There’s bound to be a little bit of something for everybody, from organic blends raised exclusively using eco-friendly farming methods to beans harvested from exotic locations But, of all the types of coffee out there, none stand out more, both because of its …

Chemex vs Hario Which is better

Pour Over (V60) Vs. Chemex : What is the Difference?

There are a lot of ways to make a good cup of coffee and the V60 and Chemex pour over methods are just a couple. The main differences between a V60 Pour Over and a Chemex is grind size, filter paper thickness, amount of coffee made, how long it takes …

Pods vs K Cups

Coffee Pods Vs K-Cups: What is the difference?

When it comes to k-cups vs coffee pods, most coffee enthusiasts cannot differentiate the two; but they share the same love for single serve coffee brewing. Its important to know that the pods and k-cups are distinctly different and unmistakable. Therefore, Today I am here to show you what the …

Coffee and Milk

What Milk Is Best For Coffee? Dairy Vs Non Dairy

Unless you’re one of those coffee drinkers have only black coffee, you’re probably in the habit of adding some sort of creamer, milk, or non dairy milk alternative into your morning coffee each day. On its own, coffee can be too strong for many people, but by just adding a …