Popularized from the port of Mocha, Yemen laid the grounds for the international spread of coffee that we know and enjoy today. The post Yemen: The Ancient Origins of Coffee appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
From skincare to housing, people are utilizing coffee waste in unique and environmentally sustainable ways. All hail the mighty coffee shrub! The post All Encompassing Coffee: Something for Everyone appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
CoffeeGeek’s evaluation methods have been refined and honed over the years. Here’s our process and how it developed for anything related to espresso. The post How We Test Espresso at CoffeeGeek appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
Some terminology in espresso machine tech can confuse people: manual vs. semi-automatic vs. automatic vs. super-auto, and how they changed. The post Manual vs. Automatic vs. Super Auto; It’s Gotten Complicated! appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
Have you ever wondered why your cold brew tastes off? While it seems easy to just “grab n’ go” from your local café, why not save yourself some pennies and learn how to make it at home? The post A Preferred Way to Make Cold Brewed Coffee appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
Pour overs and press pots both have great advantages: clarity and brightness for the pourover; consistency in the press. Why not combine the two for a better output? The post French Press Revisited: Polished Immersion Brewing appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
Other than a good grinder and really good coffee, a good scale has the potential to improve your home coffee more than anything else. The post Want to Improve Coffee? Get a Scale appeared first on CoffeeGeek.
Alex Howe explores using a device you might already have as your next pour over brewer: the Aeropress! The post No Pressure: The Cylindrical Drip Brewer You Already Have appeared first on CoffeeGeek.