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Making It With MaryAnn - Garbage Disposal Cleaner

Have you ever wondered how to clean and sharpen the blades in a garbage disposal? I found a recipe specifically for cleaning, deodorizing and sharpening a garbage disposal. This is such a great idea and it actually uses used coffee grinds!   Here’s what you’ll need to get...

Making It With MaryAnn - Coffee with an Irish Twist

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than with an Irish recipe? Irish Coffee anyone? The recipe is quite simple; a splash of coffee, some whiskey and a smidge of Guinness. But! There are other ways to shake things up and that’s what I’ll be sharing...

Coffee Health Benefits: We Heart Coffee

Marc and Morgan from Whole Latte Love share another health benefit of coffee. A new study shows drinking coffee may be good for your coronary arteries. Shop Everything Coffee: http://www.wholelattelove.com/ Original article: http://www.wholelattelove.com/

Making It With MaryAnn - Irish Coffee Cake

It’s that time of year again! St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and I’m excited to try a new recipe for the occasion! I wanted to share a nice dessert to serve for after the corned beef and cabbage dinner most of us will enjoy on March 17th. Irish Coffee Cake actually...

Coffee Health Benefit: Reduced Risk of Melanoma

Marc and Morgan from Whole Latte Love share recent news of another health benefit of coffee. New research suggests coffee may reduce risk for skin cancer. For the full study from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, click here:...

A Brief History of Turkish Coffee

Like many of you, I really enjoy a great espresso but I also appreciate the finer things in life. More finely ground that is. If you’re willing to take a step out of your normal range and try a finer beverage, a good place to start is with Turkish coffee.  Turkish coffee was first...

Join the Dark Side! Coffee, Acid Reflux, and N-MP

It’s always nice when I get to use science to explain things, especially when it’s stuff that can have an impact on peoples’ day to day lives. Recently I’ve come across a few articles on the subject of dark roast coffee and it’s relation to acid production in the...

By Nick B
Quick Tip: How Coffee Brewing Temperature Affects Flavor

Is your coffee or espresso turning out sour or bitter? Marc and Morgan tell you how to adjust brew temperature based on flavor in your cup and the roast level of your beans. Behmor Brazen Plus Coffee Maker:http://www.wholelattelove.com/products/behmor-brazen-plus-coffeemaker Bonavita Kettles:...

Quick Tip: How Coffee Cup Color Affects Flavor

Marc and Morgan from Whole Latte Love share how the color of your coffee cup affects flavor based on a study published in the online journal Flavour. For the full study visit: http://www.flavourjournal.com/content/3/1/10 Shop Everything Coffee: http://www.wholelattelove.com/

Making it With MaryAnn: Coffee Martini

I have a few friends who bartend and I enjoy my coffee; we put our heads together and decided to make Coffee Martinis!  We had so much fun playing around with the ingredients and different coffee blends. We came up with a number interesting combinations, but this one was my...

Cyber Monday Holiday Shopping for Coffee Lovers

No need to wait, shop the Cyber Monday sale today: http://www.wholelattelove.com/pages/sale Shop Black Friday Deals: http://www.wholelattelove.com/pages/black-friday-2014

Making it With MaryAnn: Hot Butterscotch Toffee Coffee

It’s that time of year, the frigid temperatures are here and I don’t like it! As I sat by my fireplace last night with a delectable Butterscotch Toffee Coffee, I watched the local weather and thought to myself “wow Buffalo got hit hard with lots of snow and freezing...

Making it With MaryAnn: Cafe Caribbean

My favorite vacation spot is down in the Virgin Islands.  I have enjoyed many delicious beverages there; one stood out as a must have back up north in the cold autumn and winter months called Café Caribbean.  The Café Caribbean is a warm drink with a unique taste which can...

A Coffee Head Scratcher

A Coffee Head Scratcher   Which costs more?   Coffee #1:       As I approach the counter, a warm welcoming smile gleams at me upon the sight of my arrival. I’m pleasantly greeted with a “Hello Dan! How are you doing...

Coffee: It’s In Your DNA

Some java drinkers jokingly refer to themselves as “coffee addicts” but, as a new study has recently concluded, there may be more truth to that statement than people realize. According to the study led by Marilyn Cornelis, a research associate at Harvard School of Public Health, there...

By Erik
Making it With MaryAnn: Treats for Espresso Lovers

The fall marks the beginning of the holiday season, a time of sharing and socializing. Each year I usually like to try something different. This year I was thinking it would be nice to make a treat with espresso mixed in!  A bit of searching and I found a delicious idea, rich brownies with a...

Coffee in the Office - Part 4

In our last blog we looked at some great brewing methods to make exceptional coffee for one. This time around let’s take a look at brewing for a few. We are talking about options for brewing coffee for a small office, let’s say about 10 people . There are many factors that go into...

Is that Coffee I'm Tasting? - Part 3

It’s been a little while since I last wrote about coffee tasting, over a month in fact. Between this blog and my last entry in the series I’ve tried quite a few different coffees. Some of them I liked and some of them not so much. The other day I found myself inspired yet again by a...

By Nick B