Does coffee go bad?

Does coffee go bad?

August 31, 2020

Let’s say you stockpiled more coffee beans than you could possible consume in a month. No big deal, you’ll just set them aside for later. Except…does coffee go bad? Can you save those beans for a later date? Here’s the tea—er, coffee.

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What's the best method for making coffee?

What's the best method for making coffee?

August 27, 2020

It doesn’t take much digging through the vast array of coffee-making apparatuses, either at your local kitchen store or online, to get overwhelmed. There are drip machines, pod-machines, French presses... When selecting the best brewer for you, you’ll want to consider a variety of factors: How fast is it? How much cleanup is required? How much coffee does your household consume? And of course, there’s tas

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Use Your French Press Best With a Coffee Calculator

Use Your French Press Best With a Coffee Calculator

August 05, 2020

If you’re trying to dial in your morning brew using a method other than a Keurig pod or a few scoops of grounds in an automatic coffee maker, it can be a challenge to figure out the exact right ratio of ground beans to water. That’s where a coffee calculator, like Handground's, comes in handy.

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Train Your Palate to Discover the Best Roasts

Train Your Palate to Discover the Best Roasts

July 29, 2020

Just like wine, coffee boasts dramatic variances in flavor. The beans themselves hold unique clusters of flavor that can bring to mind anything from violets, to cranberries, to tomato soup, and discovery of these flavor profiles is a delicious adventure well worth taking. 

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Beans or Ground Coffee? Coffee.org has the debate...

Beans or Ground Coffee? Coffee.org has the debate...

July 01, 2020

Whole bean or ground coffee can be quite the debate among coffee connoisseurs, with both sides of the story having some positives and negatives.

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Coffee Roasting History from Air-Roasted-Coffee.com

Coffee Roasting History from Air-Roasted-Coffee.com

July 01, 2020

While coffee has been around for centuries the act of buying roasted coffee did not come about until the mid to late 1800’s. This was because the buying of green, unroasted coffee was the only way to ensure you were getting only coffee and not coffee mixed with cereal substitutes. 

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There are plenty of reasons to drink coffee, especially the health benefits

There are plenty of reasons to drink coffee, especially the health benefits

June 16, 2020

Did you know coffee drinkers have stronger DNA? That they have a reduced risk of heart disease? CaffeineInformer.com has collected a litany of 'reasons to drink coffee' for its health benefits

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A Primer on Air-Roasted Coffee from PublicGoods.com

A Primer on Air-Roasted Coffee from PublicGoods.com

May 23, 2020

Only a small (but growing) percentage of coffee served around the world today is air roasted.

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Enjoy your coffee – for its health benefits

Enjoy your coffee – for its health benefits

May 14, 2020

The latest wave of scientific evidence brings a wealth of good news for coffee lovers. 

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Explore different types of coffee roasts

Explore different types of coffee roasts

May 08, 2020

Roast names and descriptions are not universal in the coffee industry. Going by the darkness of the color, however, is a common way to characterize the roast level of coffee beans.

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Nine Rules for Brewing My Coffee

Nine Rules for Brewing My Coffee

April 23, 2020

With these nine simple rules from EatingWell.com, you'll be able to make your own perfect cup of coffee every morning, right in your own home.

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John Steinbeck's 'Texas State of Mind'

John Steinbeck's 'Texas State of Mind'

March 31, 2020

How did John Steinbeck's quote – "Texas is a state of mind" – come to be? Texas Hill Country's Spring Sault explores the story...

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