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  • Brewing Methods Part 5: How to Make Pour-Over Coffee

    Pour-over coffee is a popular brewing method for the patient coffee aficionado willing to wait for the perfect cup. The method is central to Japanese coffee culture, where a mug of java is ceremonious, not instantaneous. This method requires some special equipment, but the results are worth the investment. Pour-over flavors are sweet and bright—much...

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  • Brewing Methods Part 4: How to Make Cold Brew Coffee

    No matter the temperature outside, coffee lovers who prefer their java cold year-round need not fear. Making cold brew coffee at home is a simple process and a lot lighter on your wallet than the café version. New to the cold brew game? Here’s the rundown. Despite similarities with iced coffee, cold brew coffee is...

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  • How to Use a Percolator

    We’ve all had our moments where we can be a bit of a flavor snob, particularly when it comes to the best way to brew coffee. If you’re a taste perfectionist like us, it takes a little trial and error to craft a great cup to carry the flavor. That’s why we’re laying the groundwork...

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  • Best Espresso Machine for Home

    There’s nothing better than the aroma of fresh coffee filling your home. The AeroPress and French press are both unique brewing methods that will give you a premium cup at any time of the day. AeroPress: The AeroPress is the ideal coffee maker for the person on the go who wants their coffee quick. Its...

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  • Brewing Method: Make Your Own Chemex Coffee

    There are plenty of ways to brew your coffee at home, but not many can boast a method that has remained unchanged for over 70 years. The Chemex is an easy and convenient way to brew delicious coffee at home. All you need is a coffee grinder, filters and hot water. The Chemex is made...

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  • Spring-Cleaning 101: How to Clean a Coffee Maker

    As winter comes to an end and the snow begins to vanish, it’s time to start thinking about fresh air and spring-cleaning. A recent study found that about half of coffee makers had yeast and mold growing in their water reservoirs, which does not make for an ideal morning mug. Luckily, vinegar not only sanitizes...

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  • DIY Coffee Gift Baskets for the Holiday Season

    Coffee gift baskets make great presents for java lovers. Create your own to place under the tree for a loved one or present as a hostess gift for a Thanksgiving, holiday or New Year’s Eve party. Aside from a few pounds of quality coffee, fill your basket with these unique coffee-themed add-ins and accessories.  ...

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