Kruve's coffee sifting system make sifting your coffee for better uniformity even cheaper and easier than before. Each set includes 6 or 12 different screen sizes, so you can hone in on the...
Third Wave Water's patent-pending formula is designed to turn a gallon of distilled water into the perfect water for brewing your favorite coffees. It's based on the popular SCAA-approved water...
Add a touch of flair to your morning coffee routine with Ancap’s Painted-Rim cups and saucers. Pure porcelain, Made in Italy.
Screenwriter and Louisville barista Timothy Strader will be debuting his new short comedy film Monkey Mocha Fantastique on Saturday, April 14, at 6:30 pm at Sunergos Coffee, 306 W Woodlawn Avenue. The film was directed by William Wallace II and produced by Wallace Fllm. Check out the synopsis and trailer below!
The ascension of the grinder to its status as the most crucial piece of brewing gear is well deserved. More than anything else the grinder has the potential to make, or severely limit the flavor quality of brewed coffee. It’s natural then for this movement to extend across new territory -- the world of mobile brewing. The hand grinder, once considered a compromise for convenience sake, has been reinvented to contend with some of the best electric home grinders on the market.
The Espro P3 glass french press takes a classic design to new levels, with its patented dual-layer micro-mesh filter and durable glass carafe. Available in two sizes, the P3 makes getting a clean, rich cup of coffee easier and more affordable than ever, without losing a drop of quality. In this video, Steve explores the advantages of the P3 french press, highlighting each unique attribute that sets it apart from the pack.
Dust off those milk pitchers and get ready to pour: it's Latte Hearts time again! Join us for another year of free-pouring fun over on Instagram, where you can show off your skills and win some sweet prizes. Even if you're a novice, we'd still encourage you to submit your work and have a little fun!
Have you ever taken a bag of beans home from your favorite shop, brewed them according to the recipe printed on the bag, and found the resulting brew to be lackluster and almost completely different from that cup you enjoyed in the cafe? You might wonder if it was the grinder, or maybe your technique was off -- but what if it’s actually something else, what if a tiny pinch of extra magnesium in your water was to blame?
Keeping your steam system clean will ensure that your machine always performs well and your milk always tastes great. Fetch a steaming pitcher, a paperclip, water, and some milk wash, then hit play.