The Rancilio Silvia Pro X is a semi-automatic espresso machine best designed for serious home enthusiasts and small commercial use. It is an upgraded version of the popular Rancilio Silvia espresso machine, with upgraded temperature technology, dual boilers, and customization options. Who Is the Rancilio Silvia Pro X For? The
The Breville Barista Express has two maintenance modes. The cleaning cycle removes coffee oils and residues, while the descaling cycle removes mineral buildup caused by hard water. * Shopping List * Skip to the Cleaning Cycle * Skip to Descaling your Breville * Skip to Cleaning your Grinder Clean Cycle Backflush vs. Descaling Before
The Jura E6, is a super automatic espresso machine that promises espresso lovers an easy-to-use, one-button way to make delicious cappuccinos and Americanos at home. This coffee machine is a powerhouse for making speciality coffees. It automates the espresso brewing process, has an intuitive user experience, and makes a consistent
Hoboken, New Jersey is an up and coming coffee scene, with a strong local roaster presence. Buy Specialty Beans from Local Roasters Hoboken We prioritize light to medium roasted, single origin beans that are great for pour over and espresso alike. 1. East Iceland Coffee 2. Hidden Grounds 3. Bwe
The Torch Mountain dripper is a porcelain dripper with concentric ribs. It is a flat bottom dripper with four holes surrounding a large opening in the center, making it most similar to a Kalita brewer. The Mountain sits on a wooden ring, which gives it an aesthetically appealing appearance, but
Here are our recommendations for excellent third-wave coffee roasters in New York City with links to their seasonal coffee offerings. Buy Specialty Beans from Local Roasters We prioritize light roasted, single origin beans that are best for pour over lovers. 1. Regalia Coffee 2. SEY Coffee 3. Coffee Project New
Kenyan coffees taste sweet and acidic, and are often compared to tart-tasting fruit like blackberries and currants. The most common flavor descriptors for Kenyan coffees are: black currant, lemon, red grape, lime, and blackberry. This guide helps you understand the terminology used to describe subtle differences in Kenyan coffees across
The Yamanaka shiki wooden dripper is a handcrafted coffee brewer that makes pour overs that taste as beautiful as the brewer looks. Yamanaka Lacquerware Yamanaka shiki is a traditional Japanese method of handcrafting wooden objects. Yamanaka shiki refers to the lacquerware of the Yamanaka region, a small town in Kanazawa
You should stir your espresso to achieve a more balanced profile, and avoid tasting overly bitter flavor compounds at the end of the espresso shot. A shot of espresso should taste like dark chocolate: bittersweet and mildly acidic. Because of the way coffee is extracted, espresso tastes sour at the
Vacuum sealing coffee keeps it fresh for an extended period of time, even a year past roast date. Whether it’s a competition coffee or a bag acquired from travel, some coffees are so spectacular that you want to hold onto every bean. By vacuum sealing whole beans and storing
You should stir coffee in your pour over to fully immerse dry coffee grounds in water and thereby produce a more flavorful cup of coffee. We recommend swirling your pour over in addition to stirring your coffee– or replacing stirring altogether with swirling. Does stirring coffee make it taste better?
Anaerobic coffee is a unique coffee processing method that involves fermenting coffee cherries in an oxygen-free environment. This technique results in a distinct taste and flavor profile that's more wine-like and boozy. In this article, we'll explore what anaerobic coffee is and how it's
Ethiopian coffees taste like fruits and dark chocolate. While not always the case, Ethiopian coffees are prized for their fruity profile (strawberry, blueberry, grape) and floral aroma. Ethiopian farmers only grow Arabica coffee, but use both washed and natural processes. Natural processed Ethiopian coffees are often described with flavor notes
Washed coffees often taste “clean” and mildly sour, whereas natural coffees taste "fruity" and sweet. If you drink coffee and you're a little familiar with the coffee bean, then you already know about light roasts and dark roasts. But can you taste the difference between a
What is underextraction? How to fix it.