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Evolution of AeroPress Recipes, Green Tea's Buzzier Than Coffee, and Cascara

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Christopher C. Jun 27, 2022
  • How have AeroPress recipes changed in recent years?

    By Zoe Stanley for Perfect Daily Grind

    “Because of its versatility, there are a seemingly endless number of ways to brew coffee with the AeroPress coffee maker. Naturally, this means there is plenty of space for innovation where the brewer is concerned. The [World AeroPress Championships have] helped the push for innovation when brewing with the AeroPress coffee maker, including experimenting with dose weight, water temperatures, and diluting or concentrating coffee by bypassing.”

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  • The Unexpected Ingredient You Might Find in Mexican Coffee

    By Derek Helling for Mashed

    “Mexicans in the northern part of the nation add dairy and sweeteners in a style that many from the United States are familiar with. The further south you travel, though, the less familiar the coffee becomes. Thus, you might find yourself encountering some preparations foreign to you if you don't spend a lot of time in Mexico.”

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  • Does green tea contain more caffeine than coffee?

    By Manuel Otero for Perfect Daily Grind

    “Generally, it’s accepted that coffee contains much more caffeine than tea. A quick Google search shows that in 100ml of coffee, there’s 40mg of caffeine, whereas for the same volume of ‘tea,’ there’s only 11mg. But one type of tea stands out among the rest as far as caffeine is concerned: green tea. Depending on how long they’re steeped for and where they come from, green tea leaves can actually contain much more caffeine than other types of tea.”

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  • What Is Cascara?

    By Liz Clayton for Sprudge

    “In an effort to explore the coffee plant’s wider possibilities, as well as reduce waste, finding ways to use cascara has become a recent interest for those who previously only focused on the inside of the coffee fruit.”

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