Coffee Facts to Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner Small-talk.

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! We will all be reflecting on family, friends, and the things we are grateful for in our own lives. You may be familiar with the first Thanksgiving story- but have you heard of the story about how coffee became popularized in the U.S.? Read on if you want to…

Cozy Coffee & Tea Recipes for Fall

As we’ve settled into the fall season, pumpkin spice has found it’s way back into out lives yet again. Pumpkin spice may be the most famous fall flavor, but we feel as though there are other understated flavors that deserve some time in the limelight this season. Sometimes, the smell of warm spices in the…

Fall Coffee Harvest

Fall has finally arrived! Though we are still waiting for cooler weather here in Arizona, several coffee exporting countries are now experiencing the perfect temperatures for coffee growing.tart formatting. Coffee is just like any other crop. During certain months, the fruit is ripe and promises the most flavor. Other times, it is either in the…

Pour Over Coffee Guide

Pour over coffee has been around before the 1900s in Europe. This method of brewing coffee is similar to an automatic drip coffee maker, except the water is manually poured over the coffee grinds. To perfect your pour over cup of coffee you need to have the right filter size. The filter size varies based…

Why You Should Be Drinking Matcha Tea?

“The potent powdered tea is the strongest type of green tea offered and is consumed today for its many believed health benefits.” Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea. The green tea plants used for matcha are shade-grown several weeks before harvest. This slows down growth, stimulates an increase in…

10 Tips For A Better Espresso

Espresso is a simple drink at its core, yet it takes knowledge to pull a great shot. If properly extracted, espresso is smooth, rich and delicious with a well formed crema. Many variables can alter the taste of your shot, leaving you with a bitter, burnt or even a sour taste in your mouth. Follow…

Your Favorite Tea at Home: A Definitive Brewing Guide

Tea is an infusion made from the dried leaves of a flowering evergreen plant camellia sinensis. Originally native to Eastern and Southern Asia, it is now grown successfully in Africa, the Middle East and South America. The earliest records show that tea has been enjoyed in China since the year 3 AD. This popular drink…

Your Favorite Coffee at Home: A Definitive Brewing Guide

There are many ways to make a your perfect cup of coffee from the comfort of your home. If your favorite spot is closed, don’t panic! If you follow this basic brewing guide you can easily enjoy your coffee, whichever way you take it. Hot Coffee: Learning to make your own drink enables you to…