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What is Chai Tea?
Chai Tea: Chai Tea is a version of tea that combines the different flavors of natural spices with tea leaves. Since Chai Tea can be made with so m...
What is a City Roast?
City Roast: City roast is another name for a medium roast. During this roasting process, coffee beans reach the first crack of roasting (shortest ...
What Is Misto Coffee?
Misto Coffee: Misto Coffee is the American version of Café au Lait, a popular drink of choice in France. The Café au Lait is found at almost every...
What Is Blonde Coffee Roast?
Blonde Coffee Roast: In this method, the coffee beans are made to be even lighter than in a light brew (roasted for less time) compared to the mor...
Blonde Coffee Roast
What is Coffee Percolation?
Coffee Percolation: Percolation is the process of filtering liquids through a porous material. In terms of coffee, the coffee grounds are filtered...
What is Coffee Extraction?
Coffee Extraction: When making coffee, the most important thing to consider is extracting the most flavors out of the coffee. Whether you add in ...
What is Third Wave Coffee?
Third Wave Coffee: Third Wave Coffee is the third installment amongst waves of coffee whose goal is to achieve high quality coffee. This movement...
What is a Moka Pot?
Moka Pot: Moka Pot is a method of brewing coffee that changes the flavor of the coffee and makes it stronger. The taste of coffee made with a Mok...
What is Coffea Canephora?
Coffea Canephora: Coffea Canephora, or Coffea robusta, is a coffee plant that is most commonly known to grow Robusta coffee beans. The canephora b...
Instant Coffee Powder vs. Crystals: What's the Difference?
Why are some instant coffees are powdered and others crystals? What is the difference and is one better? We hear these questions all the time, so i...
What is a Drum Roaster?
Drum Roaster: One of the most common ways to roast coffee beans is by roasting the beans in a drum. Not a drum that you would find in a band, but ...
What is Cascara?
Cascara: In order for coffee to be brewed, beans have to be harvested from coffee plants. Coffee beans are actually the seeds of the fruit grown o...
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