Aside from water, coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world, so, it makes sense there will be coffee lovers on your gift list. Here are a few Valentine's Day coffee gifts that pair nicely with kisses and hugs.
A hot cup of joe in the sweltering summer heat isn’t exactly a match made in heaven.
Of course, you could go out at 6 in the morning to buy an iced coffee — but it’s so much better from the comfort of home.
And honestly, when you’re in charge of your caffeine intake, you can control every little aspect of the experience.
...And most importantly, you can decide how you want to brew your iced coffee. With that, we give you: How to Make Iced Coffee at Home.
Not all cheap coffee makers are good coffee makers. While some may seem like a bargain, they end up costing you more in the long run.
Here’s the good news: although budget coffee makers have fewer features than high-end options, there are still some really great candidates to consider.
To that end, we’ve listed the best affordable non-electric and electric drip coffee makers. We also included the pros and cons of each to help you find the most reliable way to brew your daily cup of java.
It’s face-off time between two of the most beloved coffee brewing devices.
In one corner, we present the French Press, hailing from Milan, Italy — weighing 17 ounces, with a height of 7.5 inches. This brewing machine is a coffee industry veteran; it’s been on the coffee scene for over 80 years.
And the challenger, the AeroPress, coming from Palo Alto, California. It weighs in at 6.3 ounces, 5.5 inches tall. Celebrating its 16th birthday in 2021, it’s a newbie on the coffee scene compared to the French Press.
As coffee lovers, a precise and optimal cleaning process for our brewer of choice is what we’re after.
We’ve got you covered.
Better yet, we’re here to break down how to clean three different coffee makers (Drip Coffee Makers, Glass Pour-Overs, and the French Press).
Follow this guide to prepare the perfect French press.