The majority of coffee pots and coffee systems have mildew and build up from months or even years of neglect. In fact, studies have shown that a coffee pot is one of the moldiest appliances in the American kitchen.
Coffee ain't cheap, ya know. And few things are more disappointing than forking out five bucks and a tip for a bad latte. Fortunately, there are at least five surefire signs that will tell you the type of coffee shop you're walking into before you drain your wallet.
Before even taste-testing your espresso, you can have a decent understanding of the espresso shot just by watching it do its thang.
If you're ready to try a new method, but perhaps you're overwhelmed by the options, check out this Infographic we made. It should give you a brief overview of the most popular options.
Cold Brew may seem magical, but making it at home is actually pretty muggle-friendly -- all you need is water, quality coffee and a French Press.
If you're hoping to save some hard-earned cash, budgeteers suggest cutting the small expenses first. That's not good news for your coffee addiction.
If you're looking to develop your palate as well as your pantry, and find out if the coffee you're buying is actually quality, here's the simple litmus test.
If only you could harness that sweet coffee shop experience for your wedding day...Oh wait! You can. In fact, here are five unforgettable ways to have a coffee shop come to you in celebration of your new life together.
Well-steamed milk doesn't necessarily make the latte but it can CERTAINLY break the latte.
There's a saying I use a lot when training new baristas. "Honor the bean." Simple, right? The only question is: What does that even mean?