From the way they smell to how they taste, there’s really nothing quite like a fresh batch of coffee beans. Unfortunately, coffee beans don’t stay fresh forever. They are, in fact, perishable and expire in about one to two weeks once exposed to air. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to extend the life of your precious coffee beans. We’ve come up with a few storage hacks to help you out.
Chocolate covered strawberry coffee milkshake
Strawberries and cream and coffee? The answer is most definitely yes!!! The combination of strawberries, ice cream, and coffee may seem unexpected, but the result is an explosion of flavor! It's sweet and velvety with a burst of berry freshness. What's more, adding dark chocolate to the mix enhances both the tanginess of the berries and the richness of the coffee. One sip of this strawberry treat will make your taste buds sing!
The curiosity that is instant coffee and how to use fresh coffee in its place
The Dalgona coffee craze is running high and we thought this a prime time to cover a topic we frankly never thought we'd cover... instant coffee.
Don’t believe everything they told you. Debunking coffee myths and lies, part II
Coffee is bad for your health, dark roast means strong, decaf is caffeine-free ... that's just the start of the deception. 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.
How fresh are your beans?
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.
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