All about Coffee
Got a craving for chocolate? Try this Mocha Cappuccino: a chocolate-flavored espresso drink! This recipe has a double dose of chocolate: both real chocolate in the espresso and chocolate syrup in the steamed milk. Each sip is rich and dreamy, scented with just the right amount of delicate chocolate sweetness. Here’s what to know about how to make it at home!
If you tend to load your automatic coffee machine the night before and wake up to a ready cup, the concept of "blooming" your coffee may not be one you've ever encountered. If, on the other hand, you're someone who's been known to tinker with the finer points of their coffee-brewing routine, chances are you're familiar with the process—pre-wetting the grounds for pourover coffee and letting them sit briefly before adding the remaining water. For anyone who's committed to making a better cup of pourover coffee, it's important to know about. Or is it? Why do we bloom coffee, and is it really necessary?
When it comes to crafting the perfect cup of coffee, we all know that it’s important to choose high-quality beans and to use an accurate brewing method, but did you know that the kind of water you brew with can also make a huge difference? When you really think about it, the importance of water in the coffee brewing process makes perfect sense and you may want to ask yourself, what kind of water should you be using to brew coffee, and what difference does it really make? That’s exactly what I am going to be talking about today!