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How To Make a Dry Cappuccino

Have you ever tried ordering a dry Cappuccino? It has less steamed milk and less foam compared to a wet cappuccino while retaining its bold coffee taste and rich texture and flavor.What Is a Dry Cappuccino?                     Cappuccino is a...

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Does Liquid Coffee Creamer Go Bad

Coffee creamers, even the ‘non-dairy’ versions go bad. How long does it last? Let’s find out.Are there different types of coffee creamers?There are powdered coffee creamers that will keep in the pantry for at least two months after opening and liquid...

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Is Coffee Acidic or Basic?

Coffee is slightly acidic with a pH ranging from 4 to 5, with 4 being the most acidic. However, its acidity depends on various factors.Why is coffee acidic? Here are five reasons. As the coffee cherry develops on the tree – citric and malic acids are...

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How To Make Espresso With A Keurig

You cannot make an authentic espresso brew with Keurig, despite what some single serve coffee maker lovers claim! You need a good amount of pressure from a below average espresso machine to produce this delicious cup of coffee. The closest you can...

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Where Does The Word Espresso Come From

Espresso, a full-flavored concentrated coffee often served in shots for a good caffeine kick has an interesting history.You don’t need an espresso machine to make a good cup of espresso. But, not using a good espresso machine means putting in extra...

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Home Espresso Machines

When it comes to comparing and evaluating espresso machines, there are three broader categories: semi-automatic, fully-automatic, and super-automatic. The first two types are pretty much impossible to distinguish from each other. They give the user more...

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Coffee Pods VS K-Cups

Single-serve coffees are incredibly popular nowadays, mostly because they’re convenient. Unlike traditional drip machines or home coffee makers, you don’t have to wait half an hour to get your coffee fix, you can be enjoying your cup in just a few...

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French Press VS Percolator

It’s easy to think that the future of coffee lies in machines, what with the coffee pods, fancy brewing systems, and endless gadgets taking the market by storm. In the face of all of this, two traditional brewing methods from the good old days are...

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How Long Do Green Coffee Beans Last

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Many people across different countries and cultures instinctively reach for their morning cup every day. As coffee ages, however, the rich, bold flavors become bitter, dull, acidic, and...

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How Long Do Coffee Grounds Last

[/ez-toc] Have you ever bought coffee in bulk thinking you can save time and money? Have you ever had months’ old coffee grounds sitting in the back of your kitchen cabinet, wasting away? Have you ever asked yourself, “is this coffee still good?” Whether...

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Aeropress VS French Press

In today’s blog, two iconic manual brewing methods are coming head-to-head in the ultimate battle of the brew. Combined, the AeroPress and the French press are used by millions of coffee drinkers around the world. Both of these brewing devices are known to create...

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