The biggest lie? That coffee comes from a bean. Our lovely little roasted friend is actually the seed of a sweet coffee cherry. Myths, lies, and down right terror-inspiring tales of our favorite black magic brew have been deceiving devotees and abstainers for decades. It's time you learn the truth. Coffee causes cancer. Nope! In... Continue Reading →
Few things disappoint as much as brewing a cup of coffee only to discover the beans are bad. Thankfully, there are a few quick actions you can take before brewing to assess a bean freshness: smell, look, touch, and test.
Coffee has over 1,500 unique compounds that go into creating individual flavors and aromas. Developing the ability to distinguish and identify those unique flavors is an art anyone can learn. All it takes is time, patience, a strong love of coffee, and a sense of sensory adventure. In this entry, we'll walk you though the process and tools needed to develop a refined, expansive coffee palate.
Seduction, smuggling, coffee barons, slavery... No, we are not promoting a new film. We are talking about Brazil's colorful, captivating history with coffee. From the Brazilian beans illicit beginnings to world arabica domination, Brazil's coffee history is as bold and strong as her beans
One drink that helps employees learn new things faster, confidently express ideas, engage in constructive debate, and increase overall happiness? Coffee. While it may sound too good to be true, recent research shows that coffee offers employees numerous social, psychological, and intellectual benefits. If you like the sound of that, keep reading to learn about the advantages of drinking coffee in the workplace.
A great cup of coffee starts with a great bean. While this may sound easy, identifying a great coffee can be very challenging if you don't know what to look. In this entry, we are going help you distinguish buzz words from words that universally indicate high quality coffee, starting with the bean type right through the roast.
Strong, dark, bold, and caffeinated! These four words may sound great together but whether they go together really depends on the combination of coffee type, roast, and grounds-to-water ratio when brewing. n this blog, we break these terms down and hopefully, bust the myth that strong and bold means dark and power-packed.