Nitro Coffee Hacks

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Nitro Coffee Hacks Coffee infused with nitrogen bubbles—better known as nitro coffee—is rewriting the book on what can be done with a cup of coffee. Invented in 2013 by Nate Armbrust, a food scientist from Portland, OR, nitro borrows from the beer brewing process by adding tiny nitrogen bubbles to the brew. The bubbles give nitro a similar effect as cream and sugar normally do, with a smoother mouthfeel (much like Guinness)— Men’s Journal has called it a “textural wonderland.” It was only a matter of time before some enterprising chefs began riffing on the new beverage and incorporating it into their recipes.

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How Coffee Can Help You Rock Your Workout

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How Coffee Can Help You Rock Your Workout Most people are aware that coffee contains caffeine—a natural stimulant. What many people may not realize is just how effective caffeine can be in promoting stamina—not just stamina in terms of staying awake or getting a few more hours of work done, but also in terms of physical exercise. Studies show that drinking coffee can have a direct correlation to running longer and faster, increasing weight repetitions, and a host of other workout-related benefits.

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How to Make Cold Brew at Home

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How to Make Cold Brew at Home Cold brew coffee—or “iced coffee taken seriously,” as senior director of the Specialty Coffee Association of America Peter Giuliano calls it—is the latest beverage to take American coffee culture by storm. With a more intense, richer flavor, yet with the same refreshing qualities as its well-known sibling, iced coffee, cold brew is hot.

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Do They Really Mean It When They Say "Let's Meet for Coffee"?

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Do They Really Mean It When They Say Is “Let’s Meet for Coffee” the new “Hi, How are you?” When someone asks “How are you,” it’s rarely a meaningful question—often it’s just part of a standard greeting—a secondary clause after “Hello.” A possible stand in for “Nice to meet you.” Has coffee become some commonplace that “Let’s meet for coffee” has become the new “Let’s keep in touch,” or “I’ll call you?” Do people really mean it when they say it?  

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How American Coffee Has Changed Through The Generations

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How American Coffee Has Changed Through The Generations

From its simple beginnings in the diners and the homes of the 1940s, to its gradual decline in popularity from the early 1960s to the 1980s, to its reimagining and resurgence into the new millennium, coffee has undergone a tumultuous and fascinating American journey. What was once strictly a utilitarian beverage or social lubricant has transformed into ubiquitous, cutting-edge and artisan.

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What Is Third Wave Coffee?

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What Is Third Wave Coffee?

Today’s coffee drinker is fortunate to live in a “golden age of coffee”—new cultivation methods and extraction techniques has resulted in a café scene that produces a better, richer cup of coffee than ever before. And if you have bought one from a shop that uses buzzwords like “shade grown” or “fair trade,” you’ve taken part in Third Wave Coffee. It’s the current movement among specialty coffee drinkers that treats coffee and its processes with the same reverence as an artisan or craft beverage, much like fine wine or craft beer.

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The Magic of Cold Brew Coffee

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The Magic of Cold Brew Coffee Many people think about cold brew as iced coffee’s much cooler older brother. Cold brew coffee (which often goes by the name “cold press” when brewed using a French press) is slowly taking over iced coffee culture as an improved version of “old school” iced coffee. Here’s look at the history, chemistry and other subtleties that make this new beverage so delicious.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About The Chemex

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About The Chemex

Invention And History

The Chemex, invented in 1941, was arguably the first coffeemaker to emphasize form alongside function. Created by chemist Dr. Peter Schlumbohm, it was intended to be a work of art as well as an effective tool. (He referred to them as “Beautilities.”) Schlumbohm wanted to reimagine the perfect cup of coffee—to strip this basic act down to its very essentials and reshape it from the ground up—and this began with design.

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Training As A Barista

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Training As A Barista

While it might look simple, not just anyone can make a killer latté—it requires training, patience and craftsmanship. And executing a successful pour-over coffee is an exercise in patience and technique. And that’s where a modern education as a barista comes in. Today’s coffee culture has created a market for high-quality, labor-intensive coffee-making ability. While landing a job in a café was once as simple as filling out an application and a good smile, employment as a barista is now a respected, full-time profession.

 

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Coffee Festivals and Tastings

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Coffee Festivals and Tastings

It’s safe to say that coffee—the world’s most popular beverage—has its share of fans. It’s hardly surprising, therefore, that the popularity of the coffee festival has grown to the point that many cities (New York, London, Tokyo, Istanbul and St. Petersburg to name a few) now host their own distinctive coffee festival. Predictably, many of these events claim to hold the honor of “world’s biggest coffee festival.”

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