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Beginners Guide To Brew Gear

Beginners Guide To Brew Gear

There are many reasons why people choose pour over coffee, discover a hobby, develop a better sense of taste and to get a caffeine buzz just to list a few. In this blog post we are going to hopefully give you enough information to help you compare and decide on what brewing equipment is right for you but before we get into that you will need to ask your self why you are making coffee and what coffee you want to make. Where are you making coffee? 1. To make and drink coffee at home 2. To make coffee when out (travel friendly) What coffee...

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How to cup coffee at home

How to cup coffee at home

Cupping is a practice that is essential for many coffee professionals, as it allows you to truly understand the intricacies of flavour, aroma, and body in a cup of coffee. In fact most roasters cup every batch of coffee that they roast to ensure that it meets quality standards. However, cupping is not only about quality control, it is also a great opportunity for people to come together and build on sensory development either as a team or at home.  When it comes to cupping, the right tools are essential. You'll need 20g of 3-4 different coffees, 6-8 identical cupping bowls that hold between 160-200ml of water...

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How to pour great latte art at home?

How to pour great latte art at home?

When it comes to creating café-quality latte art at home, one of the most important elements is producing microfoam with the right texture and consistency. In coffee shops, baristas use steam wands on espresso machines to create smooth, glossy microfoam that allows them to pour all sorts of latte art patterns, including hearts, tulips, and rosettas. But, is it possible to achieve the same results at home without investing in commercial-grade barista equipment? There are several ways for home coffee drinkers to make milk foam. One of the more popular methods is to use a French press. Essentially, after adding...

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Japanese style cafes in Melbourne

Japanese style cafes in Melbourne

Yummy coffee in the heart of Melbourne Japanese style cafes, also known as kissaten, have gained popularity in recent years in Melbourne, offering a unique and cozy atmosphere for customers to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. These cafes, which originated in Japan, are known for their attention to detail and focus on creating a peaceful and inviting atmosphere. @pathmelbourne One of the standout features of Japanese style cafes is their interior design, which often incorporates traditional Japanese elements such as tatami mats, sliding paper doors, and minimalistic decor. The use of natural materials such as wood...

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Lotus Coffee Brewing Water Recipes

Lotus Coffee Brewing Water Recipes

Flavour Water impacts the flavour of your coffee in three primary ways. The first is pretty straightforward: the flavour of your water will have a direct impact on the flavour of your coffee. The flavour of water is determined by the minerals and other matter present. The content of your tap water largely depends on where you live and how the water was treated. For example, calcium, often from limestone, can give water a smooth milky flavour. If you live near an ocean your water may have a slight sulfur smell due to the presence of sulfur producing microbes. Water taken...

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