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Coffee Grinders: Blade vs. Burr vs. Hand

Grinding coffee is about achieving the ideal particle size based on the extraction method, and different grinders create different sizes. For example, because it's extracted quickly under high pressure, espresso requires a fine particle size. On t...

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Roast Showdown: Exploring the Bold Flavors of Dark vs. Light Coffee

Are you team light roast or team dark roast? The battle between these two coffee roasts has been brewing for years, and coffee enthusiasts everywhere have strong opinions on which is superior. Let's dive into the heart of the matter and uncover th...

Botanical Harmony: A Natural Approach to Comprehensive Health

Botanical Harmony: A Natural Approach to Comprehensive Health

Whether you’re just beginning your journey into the world of botanicals, or a seasoned vet looking for a refresher, this guide will highlight some of the essential functionalities that botanicals may bring into your life, from stress management to...

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Central American Coffee: An Expert's Guide

Central America boasts a rich coffee culture, offering a diverse array of specialty brews. As coffee connoisseurs, we're excited to share insights into the main coffee-producing countries in the region, their unique histories, and the exceptional ...

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New Gear: BruTrek Camp Hand Coffee Grinder

Coffee is all about repeatability, and there's nothing more repeatable than cold, hard numbers. If you nail your extraction and your cup is perfect, you're going to want to replicate that. Unless winging it is your thing, putting yourself at the m...

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Medium > Light Roasts, Coffee Cherry Sorting, and 3D Coffee

Your Nose Smells Coffee In 3D By Zac Cadwalader for Sprudge “All of our senses come through in stereo. Except smell, arguable the most important one for drinking coffee. Our ears tell us which direction sounds come from, our sense ...