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Why You Need A Gooseneck Kettle – And When You Don’t Need It

The gooseneck kettle is perhaps the most iconic symbol of contemporary manual coffee brewing. Their elegant swan necks, ergonomic handles and tapered spouts make them ideal for precision brewing. Their eye-catching and modern designs make them the perfect representatives for the third wave manual coffee movement. They are stylish and highly functional, a deadly combination in today’s coffee culture. Please do not let the fact…

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Coffee Hacks That Will Make Your Mornings So Much Better

We all NEED that morning cup of brew, right? So don’t settle for “meh.” We’ve put together some tips on how to brew a better cup and some hacks on how to switch it up!  Tips Use fresh beans – grind before using Coffee beans are roasted, allowed to cool, ground and then put in cans or packages. By the time you take them home, it…

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Hario V60 Brew Guide

Why Hario v60? The V60 is responsive to numerous variables—more, in fact, than many other drippers on the market. This is because of three design factors: The cone shape (60º angle): this allows the water to flow to the center, extending the contact time. A large single hole: this enables the brewer to alter the flavor by altering the speed of the water flow. Spiral ribs: these rise all…

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7 Ways That Coffee Affects Productivity (The Good and The Bad)

It’s not uncommon for employers and employees alike to reach for a caffeinated beverage when they need a bit of an energy boost. And while some might prefer to get their caffeine in the form of soda or an energy drink, the majority of consumers’ favorite mood-lifter is coffee itself. That addiction is likely fueled by caffeine, which seems to have an impact on mental…

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Flash Brewed Iced Coffee Brew Guide

What is Flash Brewed? Brewing iced coffee Japanese-style is very similar to how you brew your hot coffee. Same machines, same grinds, same water temps, same technique. It is produced by pouring near-boiling water over coffee grounds, and then chilling it immediately. Is it the same as cold brew? No. Cold brew and ice brew taste very different because of the way they’re prepared. Cold brew…

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