An award-winning coffee cocktail; espresso myths that need a thorough debunking; new trends in the coffee industry – these are just some of the niceties you’ll learn from this round-up. Give these posts a read and learn how to whip up a better cup of Joe!
Yasmim – this intricate combination of flavors of espresso, Grand Mariner, homemade coffee, and Moscato bagged the 4th spot in the 2015 World Coffee In Good Spirits Championship. And this post will show you how to create this great cocktail at home.
Making an espresso even without an espresso machine? More caffeine means more “bold” flavors? Espresso-based drinks having more caffeine than brewed coffee? This post from Coffee Geek debunks these myths and more! If you’re a barista or a serious coffee enthusiast, this is a must-read.
“They’ve got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil,” says Frank Sinatra in “The Coffee Song.” Brazil produces about a third of all the coffee in the world, making it the world’s largest coffee producer. It’s unsurprising that the country has plenty of specialty coffees that locals and tourists can’t get enough of – and one of them is the cafezinho.
Butter in coffee – many coffee lovers are swearing by this new trend that’s sure to boost the brain and keep people going for 6 hours or even more! And if this sounds like a good idea to you, read this post from Coffee For Less and discover how you can infuse your usual morning cup with healthy fats from unsalted, grass-fed butter.
While coffee is traditionally consumed hot, cold brew coffee is making quite a scene in the coffee industry. Not only does it make for a refreshing drink during hot summer afternoons, cold brew coffee also leads to unique flavors as well as health and environmental benefits! Check out this post and discover everything you need to know about cold brew coffee – its benefits along with the techniques and coffee gears you’ll need.