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Dinosaur Coffee, Silver Lake, Los Angeles

Dinosaur Coffee, Silver Lake, Los Angeles

Dinosaur Coffee, Silver Lake, Los Angeles is a post written by FRSHGRND. If you’re viewing this on a third party’s website, please hit the link above to go directly to the source for a better experience 🙂 FRSHGRND – Coffee Reviews, Travel, Photography – Cafe Reviews & Coffee News for Thirsty Nomads Dinosaur Coffee reminds me of what I enjoyed most about the cafes that prompted me to start this blog when I was living in Korea — the shop radiates idiosyncratic personality. Quirky creative touches, …Continue Reading

NOC Coffee – Hong Kong Cafe

NOC Coffee – Hong Kong Cafe

NOC Coffee – Hong Kong Cafe is a post written by FRSHGRND. If you’re viewing this on a third party’s website, please hit the link above to go directly to the source for a better experience 🙂 FRSHGRND – Coffee Reviews, Travel, Photography – Cafe Reviews & Coffee News for Thirsty Nomads Not too long ago, I was lucky enough to visit Hong Kong for a little over a week as part of a month-long …Continue Reading

Best Coffee Subscription Services – Coffee of the Month Club Reviews

If you stumble around every morning in a zombified state until you get your sweet, sweet caffeine, you need to look at coffee subscription services. They offer the latest and greatest in gourmet coffee, and since they leave it right on your doorstep, they couldn’t be any more convenient unless they went into your kitchen and personally brewed it. Here are just a few coffee subscription services that you’ll want to consider! 1. Atlas Coffee Club – Our Top Pick Atlas…Continue Reading

The Beginner’s Guide to Brewing Aeropress Coffee (+Recipes)

AeroPress coffee is taking the world by storm. Invented by a man who was tired of wrangling with gigantic coffee makers just to get a single cup of drip, it creates quick, easy, and solo-sized mugs of your favorite brews. But how do you use an AeroPress coffee maker? It’s a bit different from your standard Keurig. What are the secrets to…Continue Reading

Sudden Coffee Review : I Can’t Believe I Drank Instant Coffee!

Sudden Coffee Review I get daily requests to try a coffee in hopes that I’ll publish a review. I’m always happy to try new coffees and equipment. Come on, who’s going to turn down free coffee? I don’t take joy in posting negative reviews, so the vast majority of products that fall into the “convenient […] The post Sudden Coffee Review : I Can’t Believe Continue Reading

How To Clean a Chemex : #CoffeeTip

How To Clean a Chemex Without Scrubbing I’m sure a great number of people have shared my struggle to clean coffee equipment that has a narrow opening. Coffee oils cling to surfaces and turn rancid. These rotten oils add undesirable flavors to your brew. Nasty! I had a long bottle brush, but it was a […] The post How To Clean a Chemex : #CoffeeTip appeared first on CoffeeNate.com.Continue Reading

Public Espresso

Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map SeriesSubject: Public EspressoLocation Visited: Downtown Buffalo, NYWiFi?: yesRating: 6+ [see key]The first time I went through Buffalo, it was cold, dreary and I could not find a good cup of coffee.The last time I was in Buffalo, it was sunny, mild and I found numerous coffee stops. One of my favoritesContinue Reading

Hivolt

Part of the Fill in the Coffee Map SeriesSubject: HivoltLocation: New Orleans, LAWiFi?: yesRating: 6+ [see key]Getting a quality meal and a good cup of coffee at the same time used to be a rare occurrence. Fortunately the days have grown brighter and coffee is no longer an afterthought. Specifically in the past decade, things have greatly improved in the food world so that brunch spots and fine dinner establishments now purvey quality coffee from excellent roasters instead of capsuled espresso or cooked coffee from an urn long overdue forContinue Reading

Make Concentrated Cold Brew Coffee With the Penguin Coffee

In the past few years, I’ve seen cold brew coffee makers get better and better. How does a method of coffee brewing that requires no electricity get better? After all, making cold brew coffee…Continue Reading

An Open Letter To Karl Wienhold And Roast Magazine

On why we will not be changing the name of the No Free Refills podcast.Continue Reading

A Brief History Of Decaf And The Color Orange

How did orange become the color designating that a coffee was decaffeinated?Continue Reading

The Cosori Pour Over Coffee Maker

When I first saw the Cosori Pour Over Coffee Maker I saw the resemblance immediately. It looks a lot like a Chemex except that the brewer is set up to use a metal cone filter instead of a paper…Continue Reading

Lelit Bianca, Dave S

Lelit Bianca, Dave S

Bottom Line: Well-made machine that packs a lot in for the priceRead review…Continue Reading

CoffeeGeek Pour Over Event Contest Giveaway!

CoffeeGeek Pour Over Event Contest Giveaway!

Here’s our huge giveaway contest in association with CoffeeGeek’s Pour Over Event, sponsored by Bonavita and Baratza. Over $800 in prizes to be won!Read more…Continue Reading

Best Conical Burr Grinders for Use at Home

I think anyone who enjoys drinking coffee on a regular basis has heard that it is better to have freshly ground beans compared to pre ground beans when you are brewing coffee. There are a whole host of reasons for this, which would take up the whole article, so we won’t get into it now. Essentially, coffee degrades after it has been ground, so fresh is best. There are two options if you want to drink freshly ground coffee. Your first option is to buy all…Continue Reading

18 Amazing Coffee Quotes

Coffee quotes  are something that I see and read regularly. Some are funny while others are inspirational quotes. Many quotes about coffee have loads of truth in them but also remind me why I am such a coffee enthusiast. Today I am going to share eighteen amazing coffee quotes I have come across…Continue Reading

Cold Coffee Beans Produce Better Brews

Cold Coffee Beans Produce Better Brews

It is common knowledge among coffee enthusiasts that kona beans produce the best coffee when they are freshly roasted, when the beans are full of the oils that give coffee so much flavor. It is also common knowledge that beans should be ground just before brewing, if at all possible, for optimum flavor. While we talk a lot about keeping the beans fresh, we don’t spend much time talking about the temperature of the beans – other than to say that…Continue Reading

Global Coffee Consumption Hits All Time High

Global Coffee Consumption Hits All Time High

While many people still reach for tea over coffee, coffee consumption is at an all time high all across the globe. The spike in global demand is thanks, in part, to a 1.5% increase over the past 12 months in US coffee consumption alone. That’s our highest level ever. But the US isn&#…Continue Reading

Mix Your Coffee With Your Passion

Some things in life are fun to appreciate on their own. Other times, it’s way more interesting to mix different passions. For example, if you love coffee, you probably love coffee with no other activity associated with it. However, if you want to take your entertainment and enjoyment to the next level, why not figure out what you can mix with your coffee habit to have a synergistic relationship with …Continue Reading

5 Reasons Coffee Can Be Good For Seniors

It may seem like drinking caffeine as a senior citizen would be a discouraged practice, but recent studies have shown a much different picture.? Seniors who drink coffee the right way have a chance to really enhance their life experience.?? If you?re getting a little older, you may be wondering about this…Continue Reading

Kitties and Coffee? Welcome to the Cat Cafe!

There is wave of new coffee shops popping up across the nation, and the coffee here benefits more than your health! Cat cafes seem to be all the rage lately. …Continue Reading

Colombia Quinchia, Shearwater Coffee Roasters

Shearwater Coffee Roasters’ Colombia Quinchia is a smooth full bodied coffee with fruity notes. It has a delicate cocoa finish which lingers on the tongue with a medium to mild …Continue Reading

Yield To Admire This Glass French Press

Yield To Admire This Glass French Press

The French Press, my personal gateway to home brewing, is often overlooked because it seems so archaic, so basic, so much less exciting than pour over. Also, the resulting cup is far less clean than coffee made with paper filters. But it can still be incredibly delicious and it’s so simple to use. You can also do a few things differently when using a French Press that will help reduce the gritty sediment that most people dislike about this brew method. James Hoffmann made a nice tutorial…Continue Reading