This award-winning grinder from Baratza is a sight for sore eyes.
The original Duetto set the standard. The Duetto 3 starts it all over again.
In a Twitter-based tug-of-war, this year witnessed a wave of kinetic conversation about coffee on ice — and all of this before summer hit. So what's the consensus?
This is the first of our two part guest barista review on the Kalita Wave pour over brewing method. For these reviews, we bring you Collin Moody ( @CollinAMoody ) reviewing the 155 Series, and John Letoto ( @hermitudinous ) reviewing the 185 Series.
Collin is from Houston, Texas but currently lives in Chicago and serves as the lead barista at Caffe Streets in the Wicker Park neighborhood of West Town, Chicago. He's an avid home brewer and has contributed some great posts to the coffee community. Check out his blog, brewtasterepeat . But for now, check out his review below:
We get a lot of questions about Hario's Skerton and Mini Mill. How are they different? Which is better? Is one preferable to the other for my home, my office, my travels? Here's everything we know.
If you’re hunting for a new espresso grinder, you’d do well to set your sights on Mazzer. These classic and time-tested machines are both legendary and ubiquitous in the coffee world - and for good reason! These are sturdy, solid machines, built like a tank and designed for precision. But with so many options, how do you know which model is right for you? Let’s take a closer look at Mazzer’s line of grinders and set you on your way to espresso nirvana.