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Colombian Coffee – arabica beans from 6 amazing regions

Which is better, arabica or Colombian coffee? Arabica indicates the coffee species, other species are Robusta and Liberica. Colombia is the country where mostly arabica coffee is grown.  Since Colombia coffee is arabica coffee, this question does not make any sense. Let me tell you more about the amazing Colombian coffee varieties grown in various […]

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How to improve your pour-over coffee with a simple hack

How to improve your pour-over coffee with a simple hack Pour-over coffee is notoriously fickle, and consistency in taste is hard to attain, even if you follow the recommended procedure closely for its preparation. A  slightly different water temperature, a different grind size, or a change in the duration of the extraction process and you

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Panama Geisha coffee with an amazing $1,300 record price

Panama Geisha Coffee, yet another record price in 2020 Panama Geisha coffee is one of the most revered coffee varietals these days. No wonder that coffee aficionados around the world have been waiting for the outcome of the Best of Panama coffee auction this year as well. The closely watched auction is held every year

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Pour-over coffee – more flavors by going paperless

I am sure you have noticed that in good coffee houses the preferred preparation besides hand made espresso is hand drip or pour-over coffee. It is the artisanal way and also a very traditional approach to brewing your coffee. For a more upscale image, even some coffee shops of major chains use this method for single origin or single estate coffees.

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