When you hear the words, ‘filter coffee’, do you instantly think of a waitress in an American diner, walking around with a pot of coffee? Filter coffee has evolved a lot over the years, and is growing in popularity, even in Australia where we may be considered slight coffee snobs. Filter coffee has a light, refreshing taste, is easy to prepare and is a really enjoyable way to experience your coffee.
The weather is warming up, the days are getting longer and the morning’s are getting brighter. This can only mean one thing, summer is here. But just because the weather is heating up doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a refreshing cup of coffee in the morning. Iced coffee is a great way to mix up your coffee order in summer, and there are a range of ways you can enjoy it. Iced coffee can be suitable for white and black coffee drinkers alike, check out some of the popular ways to drink iced coffee, and how you can make...
Black coffee is the simplest way to experience coffee. It’s arguably the best way to experience the full complexity and flavours of the coffee beans. You’re probably aware that there are different styles of black coffee such as a long black, short black, espresso, but what you may not realise is that there are a range of ways to prepare black coffee, all resulting in different flavours and experiences. This article will explore the different ways of preparing your black coffee, and will give you an idea of what method may be best for you.
There are many components to making a good coffee, beyond choosing the right coffee beans. The coffee grind is one element that can make a huge difference to the taste and consistency of your coffee. When we talk about coffee grind, we are talking about ground coffee beans and the level of coarseness they have been ground to. When you purchase a coffee at your local cafe, the baristas will ensure the grind is set to the correct coarseness for the optimal cup of coffee. But what happens when you make your coffee at home?