History Of Colombian Coffee

History of Colombian Coffee Colombian coffee is often regarded as some of the highest quality coffee in the world. Colombia has traditionally grown Arabica beans and its unique geography makes it perfectly suited for producing a delicious, high quality brew. Colombia’s excellent growing conditions have paired with an aggressive marketing campaign by the National Federation […]

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Jazz Up Your Coffee at Home

More than 53 percent of consumers age 18 and older drink coffee on a daily basis. That translates into 7.7 million new coffee drinkers in 2 years. With consumers enjoying a wider range of coffee drinks in offices, corner cafes and restaurants, they are also demanding better-tasting coffee at home. Here are a few ideas […]

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Basic Problems With Percolator Coffee

The word “percolator” has come to mean that special coffee pot that used to sit on your Grandparent’s stove and bubble away like mad all morning long. Typically they consist of a heat proof pot that holds the water, a long tube (like a straw) that holds a filter basket at the top. This filter […]

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Coffee Recipe eBook Release

The Coffee Recipe eBook by CoffeeTongue.com and Manfred Schaefer is a collection of favorite coffee flavors. If you love coffee of all kinds and even from other countries, you will get a lot of use from this recipe book. Included are recipes of HOT and COLD coffee drinks. 17 recipes, Easy to make and quick […]

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Coffee Review of Amaretto French Roast

Today I review the Steep & Brew’s Amaretto French Roast. They are roasters from Madison Wisconsin. I’ve reviewed other flavors from them and enjoyed them. This package makes up to 6 cups of coffee, just adjust the amount of water you use to make it strong or weaker. Opening the package and while brewing, this […]

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Coffee Quick Tip – Cappuccino vs Latte

A cappuccino is similar, in ways, to a latte.  They are both made with espresso and frothed milk. The difference is that a cappuccino is made with a more stiff air froth than the latte. A cappuccino is 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 stiff airy frothed milk A Latte is espresso and steamed […]

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