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Aeropress While Traveling – My Experience, What to Pack, & Recipe

If you’re a coffee geek and need your fix of caffeine while traveling, you have a problem: You won’t find cafés in the mountains when hiking, the instant coffee on the train’s restaurant wagon is not that great, and the cheap hostel reserved by your friends serves black coffee brewed two days ago. I feel…

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Are Metal or Paper Aeropress Filters Better? Pro Barista’s Opinion!

When it comes to making a great cup of coffee with an Aeropress coffee maker, there are a lot of variables to consider. One of the most important choices you’ll make is what type of filter to use. In this article, I’ll compare metal vs. paper Aeropress filters to help you decide which is right…

Is Roasting Coffee Hard

How is coffee roasted? The complex phases of roasting explained

A raw green coffee bean doesn’t smell or taste anything like what we know as roasted coffee: it smells fresh and grassy. It’s hard to imagine that green beans actually contain around 800 aromatic substances. Sounds like a lot? It is! Wine only has 500 identified aromas, much fewer than coffee. What is coffee roasting,…

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7 Key Differences Between Arabica vs. Robusta Coffee

There are two main types of beans: Arabica and Robusta. While they may look similar, these beans have different flavor profiles and are used differently. There are several key differences between these two types of coffee, with Arabica often considered higher quality. But is it? Let’s have a look at the differences and similarities between…