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Pour Over Brew Review

Just Brew It: Pour Over Demystified I hear this question a lot: what’s so different about pour over, anyway? It seems like an awful lot of work for your coffee. Well, I can see how it would seem intimidating, and I can certainly relate to feeling impatient when it comes to my morning coffee--but pour over brewing does have a lot to offer in the way of flavor. You’ll especially notice a difference if you’re buying quality beans. Have you ever seen the flavor notes...

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Coffee Gear for Brewing Outdoors

Explore the outdoors with coffee! Marc and Morgan from wholelattelove.com present the gear you need to brew and enjoy coffee or espresso outdoors. Perfect for brewing coffee when hiking, camping, boating or enjoying outdoor activities. Hario Canister Ceramic Coffee Mill: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/hario-canister-ceramic-coffee-mill Impress Coffee Brewer in Silver: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/impress-coffee-brewer-in-silver ROK Espresso Maker:...

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Aeropress: What is it?

There are a lot of alternate brew methods out there. You’ve got Pour Over, French Press and then there's the Aeropress which is very popular around the office here. One thing that I like with the Aeropress is just how many different ways you can brew with it. One thing’s for sure; devoted fans of the aeropress say it makes the best coffee. On top of being very easy to use! It is a full immersion method like a French Press. Put coffee and water in, give...

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Grind on the Go!

In the market for a small footprint, high performance grinder at a low cost? The Hario Skerton grinders are amazing! The burrs are ceramic and allow you to grind fine enough for espresso and coarse enough for French press. These grinders are perfect to travel with and simple to use anywhere. Follow these few steps and you will be ready to brew:  turn the locking screw to remove the handle, remove the stopper, adjust to your desired grind setting (to the right for fine/to the left...

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Just Brew It: Vietnamese Coffee For the Impending Zombie Apocalypse

  Hannah        Recipes

If you like your coffee sweet and are afraid of the caffeine deprivation sure to accompany the zombie apocalypse, Vietnamese style coffee is the way to brew. So break into that pantry you stocked up for that whole Y2K thing, and grab some sweetened condensed milk, ice from the freezer that didn’t lose power, and mix yourself up a scrumptious new coffee drink! There’s a few different ways you can brew the coffee for this drink: a pot off your drip brewer [our favorite in the...

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Coffee in the Office - Part 2

  mjackson        News

Preparing your own coffee at work can be fun and also very useful. In my opinion it can really help you have a better day at work. I Why not start a trend if the coffee at work does not please you? There are many ways to do this; let’s start with drip coffee. I will walk you through some great suggestions. First, start with great beans like our Whole Latte Love Ethereal, it’s one of my favorites. Or you can try some of our micro roasters, perhaps even a sampler pack like this from...

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Coffee in the Office - Part 3

  mjackson        News

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 easy, very reasonable to purchase and makes a great full-bodied cup of coffee. There are many French presses we sell. I really like the Espro Press. It has a unique design that uses two filters instead...

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