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 …

what is Anaerobic coffee

What is Anaerobic Processed Coffee?

Anaerobic processed coffee is coffee that has been fermented in an environment that lacks oxygen. The coffee is put into massive containers where CO2 is pumped in and the oxygen is forced out. Since the recent rise in the popularity of of pour-over and manual coffee, the specialty coffee industry has gone through many changes this last decade and more. …

History of Irish coffee

What is the History of Irish Coffee?

The history of Irish Coffee began on boat in Foynes, Ireland when a chef decided to add whiskey to coffee to warm the passengers as they waited. We learn at the Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum and also the Irish Coffee Centre, that the boat terminal was home to an aircraft that was a huge seaplane of the 1930s, …

What is coffee creamer

What is the point of Coffee Creamer?

Coffee creamer is a dairy free powder or liquid alternative. It comes in different varieties such as sugar free, fat free as well as flavored and put in coffee to make it sweeter and to weaken the strong taste of black coffee . Have you seen coffee creamer on sale recently? Are you wondering what is coffee creamer and should …

Jura Superautomatic i Espresso Review

Jura A1 Review: Is It A Good Superautomatic Espresso Machine?

The Jura A1 is a automatic coffee machine and one of the most popular versions in a wide variety of espresso machines from Jura. While I generally like all of Jura’s super auto machines, I like this one in particular due to the combination of price and features. Read on to learn more! The Jura A1 Review: A Solid Design …

Nespresso Vs Keurig

Keurig vs Nespresso: What is the Difference?

One in four American households owns a single-serve coffee maker. Just about all of them are made by either Nespresso or Keurig, the two biggest names in the coffee pod world. They allow even novices to make coffee like a pro—just pop in a pod and press a button, and you’ll get a freshly brewed cup of joe in a …