• A Minimalist Guide to Low Acid Coffee

    A Minimalist Guide to Low Acid Coffee
    There are over a 1,000 chemical compounds in coffee, making it one of the world’s most complex drinks. The acids in coffee range from chlorogenic to citric to even lactic and malic acids. It’s not always straightforward as to which coffee will be low acid and have a higher pH.
  • How to Brew Cold Brew (Cold Coffee for the Cold at Heart)

    How to Brew Cold Brew (Cold Coffee for the Cold at Heart)
    Brewing coffee with ambient or cold water can produce an interesting, nuanced cup of coffee absent many astringent characteristics that coffee is known for due to the lack of hot water producing less titratable acids in your finished cup. This gives cold brew coffee its signature bold chocolaty notes with sweet tones that can range from molasses and hazelnut to stone fruit and brown...
  • How to Brew in a French Press (Impress in a French Press)

    How to Brew in a French Press (Impress in a French Press)
    As one of the most widely used methods of brewing coffee, the French press can produce a beautiful cup with strong notes that highlight your coffee’s character and origin. Only requiring a French press, filtered water, and your coffee of choice, the brewing process takes less than five minutes and can be done at home, in the office, or while traveling to any destination.
  • Canadian Research Suggests That High Levels of Coffee Consumption May Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer

    Canadian Research Suggests That High Levels of Coffee Consumption May Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer
    Canadian research suggests that high coffee consumption levels may reduce the risk of breast cancer among women with BRCA1 gene mutations.
  • Slow Coffee Maker

    Slow Coffee Maker
    Have you ever wondered why your coffee maker that use to make a pot coffee now quickly seems to take forever? Well, you are not imagining things. The problems are with lime and other water deposit build-ups that slow down the heating and water flow.
  • Kopi Luwak Coffee: The Most Expensive Coffee In the World

    Kopi Luwak Coffee: The Most Expensive Coffee In the World
    Why is Kopi Luwak Coffee so expensive? It is because it is very rare due to the way the Kopi Luwak beans are harvested.
  • Geisha Costa Rica Coffee

    Geisha Costa Rica Coffee
    Our Geisha Costa Rica Coffee is a top seller and we bought the entire crop from one of our farmers to ensure a better supply, but the demand continues to be high. This coffee has been a surprise hit over the last 12 months since a significant coffee chain added it to their upscale line. 
  • Reusable Coffee Filter for Keurig® and K-Cup

    Reusable Coffee Filter for Keurig® and K-Cup
    With the Reusable Coffee Filter for Keurig® and K-Cup you will save money and drink better coffee at the same time. This will work with most Keurig®, Cuisinart®, Breville®, and Mr. Coffee® single-cup brewers. 
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