What you think of the taste of coffee from pods will depend largely on what coffee you’re used to drinking. If you haven’t had specialty-grade
When selecting a to-go coffee mug for sipping your favorite brew on the go, one of the most fundamental decisions you’ll make is what material
Most people in the United States drink more coffee than tea. In yoga circles, though, tea often predominates. While there’s no official study that examines
In New England, where dairy farms are plentiful, there’s a favorite coffee-flavored beverage — coffee milk. Coffee milk isn’t coffee with milk. It’s milk with
The debate between conical and flat burrs is a discussion of minutia for coffee geeks. You should only consider the shape of a coffee grinder
Freshly grinding coffee is one of the easiest ways to brew better coffee at home. If you aren’t already grinding your own coffee, almost any
For every coffee that we at Driftaway Coffee offer, we list the region the coffee came from and a few notes about that region. We
Of the many ways coffee can be made, drip-brewing is the most popular method used in the United States. Ever since Mr. Coffee produced the
Not long ago, the choice of sweeteners offered at coffee shops was limited to white, pink and blue. Sugar, Sweet’N Low and Equal, of course.
In the grocery store, shoppers are accustomed to hearing “paper or plastic?” Patrons of coffee shops aren’t asked “paper or foam?” when they order a
Coffee varietals contribute a significant characteristic to a coffee’s flavor. Here, we examine varietals from Central and South America.
Bulletproof Coffee is one of the most controversial movements in the coffee world right now. Started by David Asprey, Bulletproof has simultaneously come under fire
Learn how to make an amazing pumpkin spice latte from the comfort of your kitchen!
Single-origin coffee is changing how many roasters approach their craft, resulting in lighter roasts that accentuate coffee’s natural terroir.
Exploring coffee varietals, including Typica and Bourbon, as well as other varietals from Brazil.
Every coffee drinker will eventually spill a cup on their clothes. If you have coffee often enough, in enough settings, you’ll eventually spill a drop
Cold-brewed and hot-brewed coffee are very different from each other. Which is better? Here’s how to decide.
Because of its higher caffeine content, cold-brewed coffee is rarely used on its own. Here are four ways you can enjoy a refreshing, sweet cold-brew and not be kept awake.
Before roasting, coffee beans are yellow, red and green. Learn about the colors of coffee and appreciate its beauty, as well as its taste.
Where a coffee’s from significantly affects its taste. Find out what characteristics are common in coffees from each of the world’s four main growing regions.