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Review of Parisi Artisan Coffee’s Kenya Windrush AB Coffee

Review of Parisi Artisan Coffee’s Kenya Windrush AB Coffee

Review of Parisi Artisan Coffee's Kenya Windrush AB Coffee When I first opened my bag of Parisi Artisan Coffee's Kenya Windrush AB I have to admit I wasn't overwhelmed with the aroma. Not that it was bad, only that it was almost non-existent. But what there was...

Panther’s Nicaraguan Finca La Amistad is a Sweet Coffee

Panther’s Nicaraguan Finca La Amistad is a Sweet Coffee

Panther's Nicaraguan Finca La Amistad is a Sweet Coffee The coffee tasted today is from Panther Coffee a Miami-based specialty coffee roaster that specializes in small-batch roasting. Panther Coffee has three retail locations in Miami where they sell their roasted...

Kilenso Ethiopian from Slate Coffee Roasters is a Fruity Explosion

Kilenso Ethiopian from Slate Coffee Roasters is a Fruity Explosion

Kilenso Ethiopian from Slate Coffee Roasters is a Fruity Explosion Bean Box sent me this wonderful Ethiopian coffee roasted by Slate Coffee Roasters out of Seattle, Washington. From the second the bag was open, the faint aroma of strawberries waffled through the...

Seattle Coffee Works Seattle Space Blend from Seattle, Washington

Seattle Coffee Works Seattle Space Blend from Seattle, Washington

Seattle Coffee Works Seattle Space Blend from, Seattle, Washington ♦ Follow this link to learn how I review coffee. As you can see I received my bag of Seattle Coffee Works Seattle Space Blend from my monthly Bean Box subscription. Bean Box delivers...

How Much Coffee? A Better Question is – How Much Water?

How Much Coffee? A Better Question is – How Much Water?

How Much Coffee? A Better Question is How Much Water? A common coffee internet search phrase is "how much coffee do I use to make a cup of coffee." I think a better question is how much water do I use to make a cup of coffee. Here's the reason why I say that. The...

The Hario V60 Coffee Dripper, Quick, Easy, Outstanding Coffee

The Hario V60 Coffee Dripper, Quick, Easy, Outstanding Coffee

The Hario V60 Coffee Dripper, Quick, Easy, Outstanding Coffee The Hario V60 Coffee Dripper makes pour over coffee with a bright, clean taste with little fuss. The brewer is inexpensive, easy to store, comes in a couple of sizes, and it will easily slip into a suitcase...

Hyman Smith Mexican Coffee – Syracuse, New York

Hyman Smith Mexican Coffee – Syracuse, New York

A review of a Hyman Smith Mexican Coffee roasted in Syracuse, New York. The coffee has a citrus sourness followed by sweeter notes as it cools. This is a good breakfast coffee and also brews excellent coffee in a Moka pot.

16 Awesome Gifts For Coffee Lovers – Holiday Gift Guide

16 Awesome Gifts For Coffee Lovers – Holiday Gift Guide

16 Awesome Gifts For Coffee Lovers - Holiday Gift Guide Does your significant other or best friend love drink good coffee? If so then here are some excellent gifts for coffee lovers! These coffee lover gift ideas are for those people that are interested in great...

The Best Way to Clean a French Press Pot

The Best Way to Clean a French Press Pot

The Best Way to Clean a French Press Pot If you like rich and bold coffee the French Press has to be your coffee brewer of choice. That is until it is time to clean out the pot. Cleaning out the French Press pot has to be the biggest pain of all brewing methods. With...

What is Coffee Bloom and Why Do I Need to Do It?

What is Coffee Bloom and Why Do I Need to Do It?

What is Coffee Bloom and Why Do I Need to Do It? I'm sure you've heard the term "coffee bloom" or "bloom your coffee," but what does it mean? You probably have other questions too. Such as why does coffee need to be bloomed? And how do you bloom coffee? This post will...

From Coffee Bush to Ripe Coffee Cherries

From Coffee Bush to Ripe Coffee Cherries

From Coffee Bush to Ripe Coffee Cherries Coffee is a wonderful beverage. One that we often take for granted. But how does it get from the coffee bush to the roaster? Whether we buy pre-ground coffee or freshly roasted coffee beans, we shouldn't neglect the journey...

Is a Coffee Plant a Tree or a Bush?

Is a Coffee Plant a Tree or a Bush?

Is a Coffee Plant a Tree or a Bush? We've all seen coffee beans, but I couldn't tell you what a coffee plant looks like. I've seen photos and short videos of laborers picking coffee. Usually, they show the branches and fruit, but never the whole tree, or is it a bush?...

Review of a Papua New Guinea Peaberry from Recess Coffee

Review of a Papua New Guinea Peaberry from Recess Coffee

Papua New Guinea Peaberry from Recess Coffee My first experience with the Papua New Guinea Peaberry (PNG) was at a cupping class. I was surprised by the way the coffee tasted as it cooled, and had to try brewing it at home! Recess Coffee roasts and serves coffee from...

Where Did Coffee Originate and How Did It Spread Across the World?

Where Did Coffee Originate and How Did It Spread Across the World?

Where Did Coffee Originate and How Did It Spread Across the World? Coffee is now grown across the tropicals, but where did coffee originate? Coffea arabica is indigenous to the highland plateaus of Ethiopia and southern Sudan and possibility Kenya. There're many...

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