Colombian Coffee Beans
Coffee has been around for centuries, and there are many different ways to drink it (read up on our cold brew article here or our French press article here). One of the most popular ways to consume coffee is to add cream, sugar, or both in order to create a creamy coffee drink that tastes great.
However, you can also take that to the next level and make whipped coffee. Not sure how to make whipped coffee? It’s truly as easy as 1, 2, 3 (okay, and 4 and 5, but we promise that’s it!).
Gather your ingredients (we’ll tell you what those are below) and prepare to learn how to whip your own whipped coffee at home so you can enjoy this delicious beverage any time!
Interested in the history of the coffee bean? In this article, we'll discover the origins of one of the world's most beloved drinks. And where might that be, you ask? Well, though there are several theories on the origin of the coffee bean, most historians believe that it originated in Ethiopia.
But, there’s more to the coffee bean than just where it came from and how it spread across the globe. We’ll also be talking about what a coffee bean looks like when it’s unripe, ripe, and before roasting. You’re in for quite a history lesson, so settle in and prepare to learn more about your favorite drink.
Where Does the Coffee Bean Come From?
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Cold brew coffee is one of the most popular methods of brewing coffee, especially during the warmer summer months. The cold temperature produced by the slow extraction process creates a sweeter, less acidic drink that can be enjoyed at any time of day.
There are many different types and brands available on the market today but which one is best? How do you even begin to distinguish between what’s actually the best coffee for cold brew and a bean that’ll taste watery and earthy once it’s brewed cold instead of hot? These are great questions, and we’re
While there are countless ways to brew your morning cup of coffee, the French press method is one that often yields the strongest taste. Plus, we can’t deny the fact that it feels like a pretty fancy and, well, French way to enjoy your coffee every day.
If you're a fan of this method of brewing, you might be a bit shocked to learn that not all coffee is created equal; some beans are better suited for brewing via a French press. Follow along as we talk about what the heck French press coffee actually is and how to choose the best coffee for French press brewing so that you'll be able to enjoy a perfect cup every time.
What is French Press Coffee?