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For coffee enthusiasts, there’s a lot of stigma around automatic coffee brewing machines. The auto drip machine is looked down upon with great disdain. This is unfortunate, because most average coffee consumers come from place of brewing...read more
The Kalita Wave has fast become my favorite and preferred method of hand brewing my coffee. Not only does the Wave produce a rich and well rounded flavored cup of coffee, but it does so with such an incredible ease of use…
For coffee enthusiasts, there’s a lot of stigma around automatic coffee brewing machines. The auto drip machine is looked down upon with great disdain. This is unfortunate, because most average coffee consumers come from place of brewing...
The Kalita Wave has fast become my favorite and preferred method of hand brewing my coffee. Not only does the Wave produce a rich and well rounded flavored cup of coffee, but it does so with such an incredible ease of use…read more
’m addicted to trying new coffees. It’s not the coffee itself, or the caffeine. It’s that coffee has so much uniqueness to it, I can try something different every single day for the rest of my life and probably never...read more
Do you want to make your coffee stronger?
Do you want the strongest coffee in the world? Do you think your coffee is weak?
The idea of “strong” coffee is probably the most culturally communicated desire. “How do you like your coffee?” “Strong, and black.” “I don’t care how you make the coffee as long as it’s strong!” And of course the bevy of businesses representing ‘the strongest coffee.’ It’s one of the most demanded things by coffee drinkers everywhere. Yet, there’s seemingly no consistent (or accurate) connection to reality when it comes to individuals knowing what ‘strong coffee’ really is.read more
It all started with a simple cup of coffee and a song. By Michael Harrington It usually starts this way. After the first few minutes with a really good cup of coffee, and if I’m alone, my eyes close around the past. Sometimes it’s the kind of memory that takes me...read more
Watch this episode above, or listen to it on Coffee Lovers Radio Water plays a big role in the brewing of your coffee. As someone interested in making really good coffee accessible to everyone - regardless of your knowledge/experience -...read more
Klatch Coffee Roasters has been well known in specialty circles for many years. Established in 1993, they are coming up on their 25 year anniversary - now regularly winning awards for their coffee and their service. I’ve had the pleasure...read more
When down at CoffeeCon LA, end of February, I was fortunate to run across Temple Coffee Roasters. At the end of the show, one of their baristas working the event tossed me a bag of their Panama Morgan Estate Geisha. How...read more
There are many coffee subscription companies out there, in the first of a new series on Coffee Lovers TV, I’m going to introduce you to a few of my favorites. On the surface, most of these companies have a similar core. They offer you...read more
*Visit coffeeloversradio.com for iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher links, as well as to subscribe to the show newsletter* Welcome to the first Coffee Lovers Radio that was simultaneously live streamed! I’ll link the recording of the live stream further on down, there’s...read more
Also check out the Coffee Lovers Radio Page - subscribe to the email newsletter and get the show on iTunes The beginning of 2017 was quite the rush for some of us in coffee. As you know, January 27th and 28th had CoffeeCon in Seattle at the Armory. On the last show,...read more