Let’s face it, working from home has lots of perks but a custom coffee bar has traditionally not been one of them... until today! Creating a home coffee bar is quick, fun, and easy. In this blog, we share our tips for creating a stylish, efficient, complete at-home coffee station. A dedicated space Creating a... Continue Reading →
Two great things about 2020? More time at home with those we love, and more time for enjoying the small moments that bring joy and comfort to our day, including the time to make a delicious cup of coffee. Today, we are translating results from Mintel's, Minetta's, and Melitta North America's 2020 coffee trends studies... Continue Reading →
Have you tallied your total 2019 coffee spend? It could be well over $1,000 -- and over $2,000 if you are under 34 years old1. That's likely a shocking number when you think about the frequency and type of coffee drink you normally consume. For some, their annual coffee spend is actually greater than their yearly... Continue Reading →
Yes, you can roast coffee in your home! While home roasting cannot, unfortunately, save you from a morning "I'm out of coffee" meltdown, it can be a fun, satisfying way to learn about your favorite beverage.
Love the look of lattes and espresso-based drinks but don't want to invest in fancy equipment? We thought so! While we are calling this a latte...it's not. It's the dressed up version of your regular coffee with milk and a pinch of chocolate. To make this, you need one cup of your favorite coffee, milk,... Continue Reading →
We all know that freshly brewed coffee is a magical smell but many do not know that those same glorious grounds due double duty as odor absorbers. Both brewed and fresh grounds absorb odor. I like to make small oder eaters out of my used grounds and throw them in the back of the fridge... Continue Reading →
For all coffee-guzzling gardeners out there, save your grounds! Coffee grounds are a wonderful supplement to organic fertilizers. They release nitrogen, a natural fertilizer, into the soil, attract earthworms, keep pests away, and increase natural drainage. You can either scatter the grounds directly onto the ground or mix them into your fertilizer. Grounds... Continue Reading →