Coffee Tag

Walk into a supermarket or a local grocer and you will see products lining the shelves. Some have flashy labels, some more natural looking. Others will have little official logos attached to the labels stating the product is “Organic Certified,” or it is part of...

Is it organic? Fair trade? Does the milk come from grass-fed cows? Is this flavoring all-natural? Can you make it soy with whip? These are the typical questions that many coffee lovers toss at their baristas during their daily coffee ritual. However, there is a...

“I’m sorry, that coffee is out of season and we won’t have any more back until this winter.” That is probably one of the saddest things we have ever had to tell a customer. Even though they nod in acknowledgement and order another origin they...

There are many different ways to process coffee once the cherries have been harvested. But to understand this particular processing method, one must understand the coffee cherry. Inside Out Just like any fruit, coffee cherries contain a few different parts: Skin/Pulp – a cherry-like outer skin or...

The act of grinding coffee is more than merely preparing for the brew process. Its main purpose is to remove the soluble characteristics of the coffee, otherwise known as extracting the flavor compounds and oils. There are particular brewing methods that go with certain grind...

With the influx of third wave coffee, we are being introduced to some pretty cool, though often more traditional than we realize, brewing methods. One of the more frequently touted methods is Chemex. A Chemex coffee brewer is a glass vase-like vessel that is made...

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