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The Most Pleasant Pour Over Coffee Video You'll Watch Today

Break out the scale, top up your buzz properly
Nov 7, 2014 11:00 am

30 grams of coffee, 500 grams of water and a little tried-and-true technique will yield the best cup of coffee you ever made manually. You obtained, roasted and ground the beans, "borrowed" the scale from your roommate and followed Coffee Culture's foolproof guide to proper, delicious caffeination. Now inhale and take a long, satisfying sip. The early jazz soundtrack really enhances the whole thing, doesn't it?   

Here's A Jolt: These Socks Are Made With Recycled Coffee Grounds

Odor-absorbing technology in jackets, shirts too!
Nov 6, 2014 10:00 am

For most of us, the phrase "java fresh" likely conjures up images of a freshly-brewed cup of coffee, or maybe even that revitalized feeling of having your morning dose of caffeine. At Ministry of Supply, a Boston-based clothing company, JAVAfresh refers to odor-absorbing technology made from receycled coffee grounds. Check out these fresh new threads.

Coffee Flour: Rich In Antioxidants And Makes A Pretty Good Cookie

Learn to bake with flour made from coffee berries
Oct 30, 2014 8:00 am

Coffee flour is an elegant solution to an ugly problem. Coffee cherry, the fruit that surrounds a coffee bean, has long been a major pollutant in coffee-producing areas. Some of the cherry can be used for fertilizer, but most of it – more than 10 billion pounds per year – ends up getting dumped in waterways. A new company, aptly named “Coffee Flour,” uses a proprietary method to transform coffee cherry into a gluten-free powder that can be swapped out for flour. 

So You Know The Difference Between A Macchiato, Cappuccino And Flat White

Ordering coffee drinks can be confusing!
Oct 24, 2014 10:01 am

Today is the day you stop referring to all specialty coffee drinks as lattes! Praise the beans! Let the gentle tink-tink of a thousand glass Chemexes ring. Below is an utterly foolproof guide to ordering (and pronouncing) the coffee you actually want. That generic latte might very well be a flat white or cappucino and you'd never know until you decoded the layers of caffeinated goodness in your to-go cup. Learn once and for all, and have a speedy little morning. 

How A Small Los Angeles Design Firm Is Changing The Way The World Drinks Coffee

Meet notNeutral, innovators of coffee drinkware
Oct 13, 2014 8:00 am

If you've had coffee at Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea any time in the last few years, there is a good chance you recall the drink (a cappuccino or pour over perhaps) — as well as the vessel in which it was served. It was a porcelain cup, remember, thick at the base to keep the drink warm. That cup was designed by notNeutral, a product design and retail firm in Los Angeles. And they are quickly changing the way we drink coffee.

Twede's, Home of 'Twin Peaks' Cherry Pie, Is Now Promoting Other, Less Tricky Food

Owner: 'damn fine' famous dessert is no cash cow
Oct 10, 2014 9:00 am

Twede's Cafe in North Bend, Washington, has long clung to its pop-cultural notoriety: "home of Twin Peaks cherry pie." So, its owner is pretty excited about Showtime's plans to resurrect the long-dormant TV series. But, this time around, he has an unexpected suggestion for the show's producers: pick something else from the menu.

7 Craft Coffee Liqueurs Worth Rethinking The Kahlua Move

Rethink the White Russian with buzzy new brands
Oct 7, 2014 12:00 pm

Craft distillers across the country are now encroaching on Kahlua turf, using natural ingredients and teaming up with local coffee roasters to produce rich-tasting artisanal hooch that recalls a well-made cup of Joe. Emma Janzen breaks down her favorites.

Can You Point To The Birthplace Of Coffee On A World Map?

Documentary series The Perennial Plate investigates
Oct 6, 2014 2:30 pm

The Perennial Plate is an ambitious documentary series founded by chef and activist Daniel Klein. Before traveling the world to produce his films, the NYU grad worked in some of the world’s top kitchens including The Fat Duck, Craft and Mugaritz. Klein just completed his most recent season, traveling to 12 countries in 14 months. The destination for his final segment? Ethiopia, and the results are stunning. Here we find out more about how the country has become well known as the “birthplace of coffee.”

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