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  1. How To Make Coffee: The Perfect French Press Technique

    Honestly, I was a skeptic. For years, I didn’t take french press coffee seriously. Most of the coffee I’d been served from a french press wasn’t very good. It wasn’t bad – certainly better than an automatic drip machine – but also not as good as coffee prepared with a ceramic dripper or in a Continue…

  2. 5 Great Coffee Subscription Services

    There are so many great methods for home brewing delicious coffee. For example, you can use a V60 dripper, a Chemex, a Woodneck Drip Pot, an Ibrik, and so forth. However, the most important step in brewing delicious coffee isn’t the process – it’s the coffee itself. The best coffee is freshly roasted, ground immediately Continue…

  3. How To Make Coffee: Turkish Coffee

    Although Kasey and I both enjoy espresso, we rarely make it at home. When we want a strong and deep bite of coffee at home we brew a pot of Turkish coffee instead. The deep, earthy flavors of Turkish coffee are good anytime, but we particularly enjoy it following a meal. To make Turkish coffee Continue…

  4. How To Make Coffee: Using a Chemex

    In addition to making food and listening to music, brewing my morning cup of coffee is one of those rituals that I hold most sacred. After all, for me, a good day starts with a mug of perfectly-brewed hot coffee. We’ve previously sung the praises of pour over coffee brewing. Compared to an automatic coffee Continue…

  5. How To Make Coffee: Cold Brew Coffee

    You may have noticed that many boutique coffee shops offer something called cold brew coffee. If you’re not familiar with it, the first thing you need to know is that it’s not the same thing as iced coffee. Iced coffee refers to the process of pouring hot (or once hot) coffee over ice. Cold brew Continue…

  6. How To Make Coffee: Using A Woodneck Drip Pot and Flannel Filter

    We’ve previously examined the benefits of preparing your coffee using the pour over method. If you’ve ordered a cup of coffee from a specialty coffee roaster such as Blue Bottle Coffee, Four Barrel, Stumptown, Sight Glass, etc. then you’ve probably tasted the benefits of pour over coffee. Basically, it just tastes better. That’s because pour over Continue…

  7. How To Make Coffee: Using A Swan-Neck Kettle

    In addition to explaining the process of preparing coffee at home, our latest series will also examine the tools you need for making great coffee at home including grinders, kettles, drip pots, and so forth. To begin with, we’ll take a look at the swan neck kettle. If you’ve begun preparing coffee using the pour Continue…

  8. How To Make Coffee: Pour Over Coffee Brewing

    This is the second installment of our new coffee series. You can also read the first post about the difference between light and dark roast coffee. It’s less convenient and more time consuming. Nonetheless, “pour over coffee” is the growing trend among coffee enthusiasts. What’s so special about pour over coffee? The best way to Continue…

  9. How To Make Coffee: Light Roast vs. Dark Roast

    Matt is a self-professed coffee fanatic. He doesn’t start the day without a cup of coffee and he has a meticulous approach to making every cup. If you get him going on the art of coffee preparation, he’ll go on about the differences between pour over coffee, drip coffee, cold brew, iced coffee, single cup Continue…

  10. Turntable Kitchen’s Coffee Lover’s Gift Guide

    Did you have a good Thanksgiving? I hope you’re good and stuffed; we certainly are! We made this roasted acorn squash dish, slow-roasted green beans, and an incredible brown butter apple tart from the Thanksgiving issue of Bon Appetit, among a ton of other side dishes. If you’d like to bookmark a good turkey recipe for Continue…

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