Strong Artificially Flavored Roasted Coffee Beans

Strong Artificially Flavored Roasted Coffee Beans When I first started to drink coffee 9 years ago I wasn’t very aware of the different flavored coffee beans.  I’m still not sure if it’s flavored in the bean or sometime before or after roasting (topic for another article later). I do know that it’s flavor is present […]

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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 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 – Aroma

Coffee plants grow in a number of geographical areas, and for this reason the oils and fats that determine the bean aroma vary according to temperature, the degree of humidity and the earth the plant grows in. CARIBBEAN AND CENTRAL AMERICA COFFEE BEANS Caffee Arabica is the predominant type cultivated by the washed method. The […]

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