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Once you wake up and smell the coffee, it is hard to go back to sleep.

Best Grind & Brew Coffee Maker

Choosing a coffee brewer is a big decision. So is choosing a coffee grinder. Finding just one machine that can handle both tasks is even a bigger challenge. But it’s actually a developed niche of the coffee market with well-known manufacturers and quirky start-ups...

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Keurig K200 vs Keurig K250

At first glance, these pod coffee makers are identical. When comparing their main features, they’re almost identical to. So, are the K200 and K250 just a clever scheme from Keurig to make it feel like a new model, or are these genuinely discernibly...

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Nicaragua Coffee

Typically mild and complex in flavor, Nicaragua Coffee is a well-rounded gourmet coffee you can enjoy throughout the day. Depending on the region in Nicaragua the coffee is grown, you can expect sweet, nutty and chocolate notes or delightful pear, citrus...

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Guide to Honduras Coffee Beans

Depending on the region your Honduras coffee was grown in, these beans can have a wide variety of flavors. From sweet and chocolatey to fruity and mild, these well-balanced beans with low acidity and a rounded body are surprising critics around the world....

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Baratza Encore VS Virtuoso

Baratza has been making a large range of high-quality burr coffee grinders for many years now. But, no two products in their lineup have inspired such fierce competition as the Encore and Virtuoso. The fact that the two devices share many of the same parts...

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Best Dominican Republic Coffee Guide

The best coffee in the Caribbean is grown on the high slopes of the Dominican Republic mountain range. Dominican Republic coffee is nutty, rich and sweetened with notes of chocolate and tart berries. While still relatively unheard of in the US, you’re...

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Guide to Burundi Coffee Beans

Delicate, satiny and citric, Burundi coffees are emerging into the market as a selection of high-quality, fresh-tasting coffees from East Africa. Similar to Rwandan coffee with a richer, more floral profile, these double washed beans could fast become your...

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Guide To Costa Rican Coffee Beans

Of the many Costa Rica coffee growing regions, Tres Rios is by far the smallest. Yet the coffee beans produced here have exceptional quality and taste. With fresh, sweet and bright profiles with fruity notes from apricot to lime, the highly sought-after...

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Cuisinart DCC-3200 Review

Read on to get our unfiltered thoughts on everything from the design to the brewing quality on this compact, 14-cup coffee maker. DCC 3200 Performance & Functionality First off, let’s examine the immediate question; how does it feel to use the...

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Flat VS Conical Burr Grinders

On the spectrum of things coffee enthusiasts argue over, the type of burr used in a given grinder (and how it affects the eventual coffee itself) is a topic usually reserved for the most granular, minutia-prone scholarly types. If you are...

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Bonavita BV1900TS Review & Rating

This one-touch coffee maker is designed to have fewer parts when compared to its fearsomely good adversaries. This makes the Bonavita more compact and easier to clean. Especially when compared to the Moccamaster or some Breville models. Bonavita...

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Must Have Espresso Accessories

If you’re just beginning to explore the world of espresso, congratulations. You’ve entered into a realm of pure possibility, and though it can feel overwhelming at times, just know that becoming an adept brewmaster is less of a sprint, and more of a...

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Sidamo Coffee Guide & Overview

One of the most well-known Ethiopian coffees is Sidamo Coffee. This premium bean has beautiful blueberry flavors mixed with creamy, earthy and nutty tastes. If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll love drinking this coffee – it’s so naturally sweet you won’t...

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Kenya AA Coffee Overview

If you’re looking for a world-class coffee, you must try Kenya AA. This coffee bean is a beautifully light roast with vibrant acidity, a rich body, fruity flavors and fine-wine, sharp notes. AA is the highest coffee grade a bean can achieve – Kenyan AA...

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Tanzania Peaberry Coffee Guide

Tanzania Peaberry coffee is the best beans picked from the best, high-grade coffee plants. Grown at Strictly High Grown levels, Tanzania Peaberry coffee has citrus-like acidity, ripe fruit notes including plum, peach, and black currant, with hints of...

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Brazilian Coffee Guide & Overview

Brazil produces more coffee than any other country in the world! As such, coffee from Brazil can vary in quality and processing, but most premium Brazilian beans will have lower acidity levels, nutty and chocolate flavors, and a bittersweet aftertaste....

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