21 Jan 19

Cone-shape ensures uniform extraction for pure coffee flavor
Thicker (20-30% more than the competition) specialty fiber filter design keep bitter elements, oils, and grounds in their place (and out of your cup)
Prefolded for convenience

20 Jan 19
Nutrition Facts

Quick Navigation Intro Why Grind Coffee Beans? When To Grind Coffee Beans How To Grind Coffee Beans How To Use a Blade Grinder How To Use a Burr Grinder How To Use a Hand Grinder How To Grind Coffee Without a Grinder Grind Size Guide (for various coffee brewers) Best Coffee Grinders Conclusion Intro Grinding […]

20 Jan 19
I've Been Thinking About...

Well, not actual insanity where an institution or a criminal lawyer are necessary. Just this quote: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”. This quote of often attributed to Albert Einstein. In my exhaustive research online (that took 3 minutes and 8 clicks of the […]

20 Jan 19
Bridge the Gap

Take a look at some of the best cafes in Kitchener Waterloo! If one thing is certain in life, it is that there is never. enough. coffee. For some, Starbucks or Timmies just won’t cut it. If you are one of us who often crave a handcrafted, good quality cup of coffee then take a […]

20 Jan 19
lisapomerantzster: Are we there yet?

Forgive me now my friends, for I am writing while in a fog. No, not like I’m ‘in brown study’ or a deep within a place of inner mindfulness. I’m not even feeling pensive. I am literally in a fog. It is Sunday morning. Gatsby woke me up so he can bark about town in our muddy […]

20 Jan 19
Coffee Time With Allie

Coffee-lovers of all kinds who are wandering Jacksonville… I will be your coffee angel. I’ve got just the coffee shops for you. Whether you’re here for a good time or a long time, you’ve got to try these coffee shops while you’re here. And don’t worry, I’ll get straight to the coffee. Bold Bean Coffee […]

19 Jan 19
Coffee Syphon | Roasted Coffee Beans Singapore

The business of espresso is huge you can truly and allegorically become mixed up in there. In the event that you have been following the best evaluated espresso producers today, you may have gone over an article or two about French Press espresso machines and Aeropress brand of brewer. With regards to espresso taste, you […]

18 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Of Cheryl Tiu January 18, 2019 The city is emerging as an unmissable gastronomic destination for gourmets and globetrotters, thanks to a dynamic gastronomic scene, the exciting culture of street food and the talented chefs who are leaving their mark in the local landscape Stay informed Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive all our […]

17 Jan 19
Sophia W.

iced coffee season Because capitalism exists, I am currently sitting inside at work on a beautiful summer day. These eight hours are being wished away anyway, so I thought I’d make a list of summer favourites to keep me going.                               […]

17 Jan 19
Sleepy Bear Coffee

So I’ve decided to start a blog to document my journey with coffee and to improve my coffee tasting palate. This will also serve to log the recipes and methods I use for brewing my coffee so I don’t forget in the future what I liked and didn’t like. I obviously am not a coffee […]

16 Jan 19
The inner workings of my mind

A few weeks ago, my friend and I were walking through a botanical garden on the outskirts of Prague – funny thing, I was walking through an indoor botanical garden in Tacoma, Washington with my girlfriend in the dead of winter. Looks like everything has parallels. Anyway, my friend turned to me and asked: If […]

16 Jan 19
Long and Short Reviews

Long and Short Reviews welcomes Elizabeth Noble who is celebrating yesterday’s release of Whisky and Moonshine. Check below to discover how to win a book from Elizabeth’s backlist. ***** Hello! I’m Elizabeth Noble and welcome to my Top 5 Favorites. A big thank you to Long and Short Reviews for hosting me today. I’m a […]

15 Jan 19
My Nano Symphony

January 14, 2019 January 12, 2019 Saturday to January 13th, 2019 Sunday 2 days from Seattle to Portland, Oregon I decided to go to Oregon after the holidays to pick up a new mobile phone.  It is time to up the phone game.  No more dragging. We started our day at the Seattle iconic Salty’s […]

14 Jan 19
Wild Heart Reads

If you follow my blog/twitter/instagram you may have seen (many) recent posts about The Fever King, out this March. A mix of dystopian & futuristic, magic, disaster gays and villains you can’t help but love, I’m already calling it as one of the best books of 2019. I chatted to Victoria about The Fever King, […]