The good news about your morning cup(s) of joe keeps pouring in. Drinking two or more cups of coffee daily reduces your risk of death from liver cirrhosis by 66 percent. And the findings aren’t a fluke.
How does a specialty coffee roaster with just 14 cafes in two cities get to national scale in a country in the size of the US, without losing its reputation for quality? Blue Bottle has an answer for question.
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Makes 5 cups concentrate Cold brew goes down easy, but watch out: This is high-octane stuff. For a clear liquid, use coarsely ground coffee. (Finely ground beans make for a cloudier drink.) July 2012Print
The evolution of coffee from commodity to craft has come a long way in the last few decades. The Third Wave coffee movement has turned many a casual caffeine-seeker into full-blown coffee nerd, and with
Addicted to coffee? Well, you are in excellent company. You can't even make it out of the house without a double cappuccino, and you can't survive that two o'clock meeting without your trusty espresso
[Photographs: Nick Cho] When it comes to coffee, people have been talking about micro-roasters for awhile. Now there's a new trend happening: the nano-roaster. How did we get here? Let's dig through the
Author's Note: For the month of November, I'm going to explore milk and its (delicious) relationship to coffee. Got questions about milk? E-mail me: [email protected]. What milk do you like in your latte?
[Photographs: Nick Cho] Should you knit your own socks? Should you remodel your own kitchen? Should you bake your own bread? Should you give yourself a pedicure? Should you perform your own appendectomy?
When I was in Istanbul in March, I stopped by a tiny cafe called Mandabatmaz, near Taksim Square. Ten Bulgarian tourists were inside, waiting for demitasses of rich, strong coffee "so thick even a water
Advice for anyone thinking about opening a coffee shop. [Photograph: Liz Clayton] When I was planning to open my first coffee shop back in 2002, there was very little information available online to help
How Doug and Barb Garrott–coffee geeks and tinkerers–invented one of the world’s best coffee grinders. This is a story about the life-changing power of tinkering. This is also a story about a really good
[Image: Counter Culture Coffee] As a new year dawns, we've got our eye on a few exciting players and trends we're expecting big and bigger things of in the coffee world in 2014. Counter Culture Coffee
Espresso has more CBV (caffeine by volume), but not more caffeine. [Photograph: Meister] Coffee misconceptions are as ubiquitous as Starbucks locations: Every time you turn around it seems like someone's
Make better coffee at home in your French press. [Photos: Nick Cho] A French press is often treated like Jason Segal's character in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. He's actually the one you want, but people