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Coffee in the Office - Part 3

In our last blog we talked about grinders, and now we’re going to look at some great brewing methods to make exceptional coffee for one.  I still think one of my favorite ways to brew coffee for one or, perhaps two if you are willing to share is the French press. It is extremely...

Cozy And Warm With A Technivorm

I'm serious when I say I love drip coffee. One of these days I'll be sure to review a semi-automatic or super-automatic, but with the coming of Autumn, I'm perfectly content having a machine like the Technivorm Moccamaster to make me coffee. Yet, this isn't a normal drip coffee....

Coffee and Weight Loss: Deflating the Green Bean Bubble

The trouble for a number of us here in America is that we have an easier time finding weight than we do with losing it. As 2014’s 8th most overweight country in the world, it comes as no surprise to me that the green coffee extract fad hit us pretty hard over the last few years. For those...

By Nick B
Coffee in the Office - Part 1

I thought it would be fun to look a little closer at office coffee service.  I think one thing we really don’t look at much or talk about much is office coffee service. In the world of coffee sales it is abbreviated as OCS. The trend has been as with most things to make coffee more...

Savor the Flavor

While shopping the other day at one of those large mega mart shopping centers, I noticed a big display attempting to hypnotize shoppers into buying a popular coffee company’s “Pumpkin Spice Flavored Coffee.” Now I love me some pumpkin spice but I also know flavored coffees are...

Don't Skip The Drip

I like my coffee made the way I like my work day to pass by- quick and efficient. That being said, drip coffee is my preferred method of preparation, and I thought I would share my three favorite items that help me get through the day.  I never considered coffee as chemistry until I was...

Is that Coffee I'm Tasting? - Part 1

Last week I had the pleasure of catching up with my college buddy Ed when he came to Rochester for a visit. Like all of my friends, he was eventually persuaded into taking a trip with me to the awesome third-wave shop on Park Avenue called Pour Coffee Parlor. Now, for those of you who don’t...

By Nick B
New Brew: New Day Coffee Roasters

A micro-roaster located in North Tonawanda New York, New Day Coffee Roasters has made a name for itself with its meticulous control of the coffee they sell and their wide variety unique drip flavors. New Day pursues the use of Fair Trade and Single Origin coffees when possible and are dedicated...

Introducing New Day Coffee Roasters

I've always been around drip coffee. Growing up it’s what I was first exposed to, and I became accustomed to the simplicity of a freshly made pot in the morning or after dinner. Coming from a giant Italian family, it never struck me as something out of the ordinary to have coffee a few...

Quick Tip: Alternate Brew Methods

Are you getting bored with brewing regular drip coffee? If you are looking to get adventurous with a new brewing method, watch this video to discover additional ways to prepare your java! Shop everything coffee here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/

Quick Tip: Espresso Misconceptions

Do you know espresso? In this Quick Tip we set the record straight on 3 common misconceptions: What is espresso, is it bitter and which has more caffeine: espresso or drip coffee? The answers may surprise you. Shop everything coffee here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/

New Lavazza Drip Coffees at Whole Latte Love

Introducing four new ground coffees perfect for drip or press brewing by Lavazza, Italy's favorite coffee. Lavazza Classico: http://www.wholelattelove.com/Lavazza/lavazza-classico.cfm Lavazza Gran Aroma: http://www.wholelattelove.com/Lavazza/lavazza-gran-aroma.cfm Lavazza Gran...

Lavazza: Passion in a Cup

Lavazza takes you on a sensory tour of exquisite drinks and exotic coffee creations. Lavazza Drip Coffee: http://bit.ly/1iHPv01

Drinks Decoded - What Your Coffee Habits Say About You

In an age when everyone seems to be an armchair psychologist, everything from your choice of vegetables to seating preference is subject to scrutiny. Why should beverage selection be exempt? In their book, The You Code: What Your Habits Say About You, James Moore and Judi James attempt psycho...

Surviving Summer: Cold Brew With the Aeropress

Hi everyone, I came across an Aeropress in our kitchen and decided to mess around with it. With weather pretty much having gone from winter and straight into summer, it's gotten rather hot lately. After seeing a post on Reddit about cold brewing with the Aeropress, I decided that I would give it...

By Nick B
Single-Serve Coffee Cups and Capsules Go Eco-Friendly

Ask the experts and many of them will tell you the same thing: the single-serve coffee category is hotter than freshly brewed java. Fueled by convenience, the time-saving system that lets users prepare drinks by the cup is gaining popularity worldwide. Yet, since their inception, single-serve...

The Local Gourmet: Rochester Coffee Roaster Among Finalists in 2013 Good Food Awards

The results of this year’s Good Food Awards were a pleasant surprise for us Rochester, NY residents, with our very own Joe Bean Coffee Roasters’  Nicaragua Don Roger direct trade coffee being selected as one of 15 finalists in the coffee category. For those of you who didn’t know, the Good...

By Nick B
Hario V60 Coffee Dripper from Whole Latte Love

Featuring high quality construction the Hario V60 Coffee Dripper from Whole Latte Love is designed for manual, pour-over style coffee brewing and it is perfect for two cup brewing. Large curved ridges on the inside of the cone aid in the control of water flow as it interacts with coffee grounds....