All about Coffee
Cold brew made waves back in 2015, when Starbucks introduced the coffee to its menu. However, The Coffee Wave reports that cold brew coffee may have been around as early as the 1600s in Japan before it made its way to the Americas in the 19th century. To make true cold brew, you must let the coffee grounds steep in cold water for at least 12 hours. Even longer, if you want a more powerful flavor. While it might seem easier to just pick your daily cold brew up from your local coffee shop, buying a cup every day can get expensive. So, if you decide to venture into home-brewing, it is important to first start with knowing what kind of beans to use.
Kona production only accounts for 1% of total coffee grown worldwide. While this land is utilized efficiently and fully, it’s a drop in the bucket compared to large scale production. You might be wondering, what justifies going with Kona as opposed to any other coffee? Is it worth paying more simply because it’s grown in a difficult area and in the US?
Latte art is constant improvement and you can never be perfect or ready with it. It is only a matter how much you want to challenge yourself and use your imagination. In my previous latte 5 Easy Tips That Will Make Your Latte Art Flourish art blog we went through the basics of how to make latte art. Let’s now go into deeper! https://www.baristainstitute.com/blog/jori-korhonen/november-2018/latte-art-swans-and-other-patterns-how-pour-advanced-latte-art