In our last blog we touched on New Year’s Resolutions and why you shouldn’t feel the need to swear off the bean juice in 2021.
That said, goals are great to have and we even left you with a possible goal at the end of that blog: drink better coffee.
There’s one caveat here: to drink better coffee, we’ve got to be able to brew better coffee.
Not overly confident in your home-barista skill sets?
We got you!
As the new year looms over the horizon, some folks may be considering potential New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps you want to eat healthier? Read more? Save some money?
If you’re considering adding “drink less caffeine” to that list, we’re here to give you a piece of advice: it’s all good.
At least, when it comes to coffee.
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Christmas is right around the corner and everyone has at least one coffee nerd friend. Wouldn’t they love some new piece of coffee gear to geek out over while cooped up at home this winter?
Our bet: they would.
We’ve compiled a list of gear to fit a variety of budgets and experience levels – gear that we’ve put to the test and stand behind – that’s all sure to earn you a few lovingly crafted drinks from your favorite home barista in appreciation.
In thee first episode of our new podcast, KLLR Creatives, we sit down with Dallas/Fort Worth based photographer/videographer Paul Golangco, owner-operator of Paul Go Images.
Paul believes that every person has a story that has value and worth. It is that intrinsic worth that has driven Paul Golangco to be a visual storyteller as Paul Go Images since 2008.
Paul Go Images strives to tell stories of beauty, joy, and hope regardless of if it's in the bush of east Africa, the hospital rooms of east Dallas, or in a commercial office building in between.
Enjoy our chat and learn more about Paul and his work at www.paulgoimages.com!
As it turns out, innovation and technology have had a couple of impacts on the world of coffee brewing over the last several centuries, so let’s take our seats and crack the book for
Coffee History 201: Coffee Brewing & Espresso.
Cleaning, in the context of café life, isn’t confined to some “to-do” item points on the nightly closing list. Adhering to a simple, regular cleaning regimen is an easy and essential way to ensure great tasting coffee, maintain a clean and cared-for environment and maximize the lifespan of equipment (it ain’t cheap, after all!).
Check out this post for everything you need to keep your work-space looking clean.
We started with the bad news in our last blog, ripping the band-aid off by revealing what we felt were five of the worst trends in coffee in the last five years.
This time, it’s time to brighten the mood a bit.
Here are five of our favorite trends in coffee in the last five years.
To say that Specialty Coffee is a trend-driven industry is far from a controversial statement. From equipment, to brewing to techniques, to shop build-outs, motifs and ideas have a tendency to spread – and often change – rapidly.
In the first entry of this two-part series we examine what we view as the five worst trends in coffee of the last five years.