Using The Coffee Grinder For A Cup Of The Brew

To a coffee lover freshly ground beans have the greatest attraction. The fragrance itself can make you long for a cup of the brew so earnestly. However, the charm decreases significantly if the beans are pre-ground since the electric grinders are not only too noisy but they heat the coffee beans beyond the ideal limit. No doubt an antique coffee grinder would be the right alternative here. The beans will be not be subjected to over heating if an antique coffee grinder is used and moreover ideal coarseness and aroma of ground beans will be achieved. Not only that these old mills are highly attractive; also truly speaking with any kitchen décor they match well. An antique coffee grinder’s dignified …

The Stimulating Magical Powers Of Coffee Actually Began As A Food

Coffee has not always been served as a beverage. African tribes crushed the ripe cherries from wild coffee trees, mixed with animal fat, and rolled them into round balls. These “coffee balls” were served at their war parties. The result of eating these coffee balls was: 1.fat combined with raw coffee’s high protein content provided the African tribes with nourishment 2.the considerable caffeine content of the mixture was of course a “stimulant” that stirred the warriors on to greats heights of warrior abilities I guess one could sort of compare those African tribe coffee balls to the cans of spinach Popeye use to consume to become mighty and strong enough to battle with Pluto for the quest of Olive Oil’s …

The Power Of Coffee Roasters

No matter what the brand of the coffee that you buy and no matter how great the advertisement is, if you do not own a coffee roaster and grind the beans yourself, you are missing out on enjoyment and paying a high price for it. Before the age of mass communication, before the age of advertisements, coffee roasters were all within the family, and they were the ones who roasted their coffee and enjoyed them wholeheartedly. It’s always been a good feeling to wake up every morning with a pleasant coffee aroma. But the coffee aroma that many of us woke up each day is usually the aroma that comes from a metal can or a ceramic jar. That storage …

The History Of Maxwell House Decaf Coffee

Upon drinking Maxwell House coffee, President Theodore Roosevelt exclaimed Maxwell House coffee being “good to the last drop,” it stuck and a famous registered trademark was born. The Kraft General Foods Corporation now owns the brand Maxwell House coffee. Originally, Maxwell House was the name of a well-known hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. The coffee served at the Maxwell House came from a grocer in the neighborhood named Joel Cheek. Mr. Cheek blended the coffee for the Maxwell House. Sadly, the original Maxwell House burned to the ground in 1961. Another Maxwell house was rebuilt in 1970 a few miles away from the original site. This time it had to get permission from the Kraft General Foods, which owns the rights …

The Coffee Grinder: An Investment For Your Morning Ritual

Coffee lovers will tell you that the best coffee comes from beans grounded immediately before the coffee is brewed. Old Time coffee drinkers know this by heart. That’s why no kitchen is complete without a coffee grinder. Waking up in the morning and grinding up a fresh batch of coffee beans and throwing it into the coffee maker and then anticipating that first sip of fresh hot coffee! Now that is the good life! What Makes a Great Coffee Grinder? When it comes to coffee grinders, there to basic types. One is called burr grinders and the other is called blade grinders. The difference between these two is basically how the beans are processed. Blade coffee grinders use a spinning …

The Bunn Coffee Maker Leads The Way In Variety And Style

It was 50 years ago that the Bunn-O-Matic Corporation began its history of manufacturing its Bunn coffee maker for restaurants and homes around the world. The company, founded in 1957, manufactures is headquartered in Springfield, Illinois. With the incredible rise in popularity of coffee and coffee products, the Bunn coffee maker has become an essential home appliance. Bunn not only manufacturers a variety of Bunn coffee makers, but it was the first company to introduce the paper coffee filter, a staple in coffee making today. The Bunn coffee maker comes in a variety of styles to suit the needs of all java lovers. Some will need to serve hundreds of cups of coffee each day while other are just searching …

Roasting Coffee Beans At Home For The Freshest Taste

Millions of people around the world have discovered the enjoyment experienced by drinking a cup of fresh-brewed coffee first thing in the morning, whether they make it at home or stop at the local coffee shop on the way to work. In fact, millions of people repeat that experience two or three more time throughout the day. So many people enjoy their coffee that there is at least one Starbucks in most cities worldwide. Whether you enjoy a latte, cappuccino, espresso, or a favorite flavor of coffee such as Vanilla or Hazelnut, and whether you are enjoying your cup surrounded by friends at a coffee shop or alone at your desk, coffee is truly one of the pleasures of life. …

Recipes For Your Coffee Makers

Coffee has been around for so many centuries, and is drunk in so many parts of the world, that there are a huge variety of ways to enjoy it. There are a great many more varieties than we can get out of our cappuccino machines. You can enjoy different coffees on their own, or mix them with flavorings, liqueurs and other beverages to make innumerable combinations. Caribbean coffee, Mexican Mocha, Grog, and the Cubano from Cuba are four of a much greater selection of options. To make a Caribbean coffee, you need to heat a coconut in a hot oven for half an hour. Once the coconut has cooled break it open and grate the flesh inside. Heat this in …

Starbucks Iced Coffee Recipe Versus All Other Iced Coffee

– Are All Recipes The Same? If you like iced coffee then I expect as you are probably a serious coffee lover you love the starbucks iced coffee recipe. If you are reading this article then you have tasted and know what iced coffee is and you will certainly have tried a starbucks iced coffee recipe. But iced coffee is not what you are thinking it is. You do not make a cup of hot coffee and wait for it to cool down or chill it in the freezer to make a glass of iced coffee. You could not be more wrong! Yes of course iced coffee is a variety of a hot brewed coffee, but there is a method …

Special Gourmet Coffee

What is gourmet coffee? It’s anything that isn’t served black, according to many coffee labels and manufacturer’s these days. A gourmet coffee can be anything from what you buy at your local Starbuck’s to that bag labeled ‘Gourmet Coffee’ in your supermarket or online coffee dealer. Gourmet coffee can come with beautiful packaging or in a plain brown wrapper. Whatever it’s wrapped in, gourmet coffee is different, and it smells different too. Some gourmet coffee has chocolate flavors, some are nutty and others are minty. Gourmet coffee is usually ground and ready to brew, so get that coffee machine ready and try out a wide variety of gourmet coffee’s on the market today. Most gourmet coffee comes packaged in either …

Home Coffee Grinder Buying Guide For Serious Coffee Drinkers.

Serious coffee drinkers wouldn’t consider anything less than grinding their own beans at home. Grinding beans does take a bit more time but as any connoisseur will tell you, it is well worth the effort. The reason for this is that coffee beans like any other food product oxidize when they are exposed to the air. Once the beans have been ground they have a much larger relative surface area than the unground bean plus there is no outer layer of protection so they suffer this effect even more. Consequently grinding beans at home produces the least exposure to air and hence the freshest grounds. In making the perfect cup of espresso what is important is that you grind only …

History Of The Espresso

There is nothing great than sipping a hot cup of coffee in the chilly mornings. It simply feels great having the espresso. Yes, we are talking espresso, which is one of the most famous and preferred coffee types across the globe. Well, since we started talking about espresso, why not take a brief sneak peek into its history and what exactly it is. What do you say? Basically espresso is a flavorful and strong coffee beverage prepared when hot water is forced under a high pressure and made to pass through finely ground coffee beans. The color of the coffee is typically dark brown with brown/red colored foam on the top. Espresso is commonly served in small portions. Unlike other …

Producing Quality Beans For Our Coffee Makers

Coffee requires very special climatic conditions to thrive, and it only grows in tropical areas with a steady supply of rain and sunshine. Even so, from its origins in Ethiopia, where most of the beans are still harvested from wild plants, coffee production has spread around the globe. The main producing areas are centered on the equator, in a slim band twenty five degrees to the north and south. Over seventy nations produce the beans, and the commercial value of coffee today is astonishing. Almost a third of global production occurs in Brazil. Columbia is the second largest producer, although it is perhaps the better known for producing fine roasts. Coming in third is Indonesia, followed closely by Mexico, where …

Preparing The Freshest Cup Of The Brew

The Coffee Roaster, which is a mechanical device, comes in all type of shapes and sizes. This particular machine can also range in a few hundred dollars to nearly a thousand in prices. However, in this case a high priced product does not usually guarantee that it will be a high quality machine. This article will help you to choose the perfect coffee roaster by giving you helpful tips on what machine to choose. How much involvement do you want? When you decide to buy a coffee roaster you should also think about how much you will be involved in roasting the beans. There are many of us who like to experiment by mixing, stirring and measuring the roast. If …

How To Making Coffee And Espresso

How to buy the roasted coffee? After harvest the beans of coffee. The next step is roasting the beans with high temperature about 220-260 Celsius. Grind them to small molecules. The taste and smelling of the roasted beans may be different in each time, up to many factors such as the size of coffee after grind, roasting time or coffee sources. These are the tips for select the best roasted beans: 1. Buying amount of coffee as you need for only one week. 2. The smelling of the roasted beans should be nice and no smelling of contaminate objects inside. 3. Do not buy roasted beans from the store or supermarket that estate near by the strong smelling food shops. …

Grinding Coffee: For Coffee Lovers

If you are a coffee lover, perhaps it is time for you to learn to grind your own coffee. If you don’t have the slightest clue of where to start, then this article is for you! To begin, there are two main types of coffee grinders on the market today: burr grinders and blade grinders. Blade grinders grind the beans unevenly and without consistency in the grind. Since there are no settings on blade grinding units, you basically grind until you achieve the coarseness or fineness you need. The blade grinder causes static electricity and tends to make the process a bit messy if you aren’t used to doing it. Burr grinders, on the other hand, grind the beans evenly …