The top 5 coffee additives, toppings, and other flavor additions. Actually, it’s weird that something as concise as coffee is “refined” in all sorts of taste-changing directions. Some sprinkle salt into it, dump caramel syrup or lemon into the cup, pimp it with alcohol – not necessarily something for baristas and purists. But who says that that’s not delicious? The result doesn’t have quite as much to do with “coffee” anymore, but hey…. So here are our top 5 coffee additives.
Isn’t this wonderful? You simply push a button – and there comes your cappuccino, espresso, latte, or café au lait. Sounds perfect. And for many it is. The so-called fully automatic coffee machine is very popular – also in private households. But is it really this great? We have put together the advantages and disadvantages of automatic coffee machines. A short guide for coffee aficionados to help with the decision making.
The stovetop espresso maker or the Moka Express or the Bialetti (named after its inventor) is not a shiny, sexy, fancy coffee-pro gadget. But it’s really Italian. Very practical. And most of all: It makes a delicious espresso, which isn’t really one in the proper sense. Why not and everything else you need to know about the stovetop espresso maker, we tell you here.
Shiny chrome machines, with lots of small and larger levers, small wheels, valves, and pressure gages, that produce aromatic, delicious espresso, and cappuccino with a hiss. And they cause a strange behavior that could remind you of a men’s midlife crisis along with a mistress. But are portafilter machines really only a “male preserve”? Results of a self-experiment.
The glass carafe in form of an hourglass, wood collar, nozzle-spout – one would not assume that an 80-year-old coffee pot is experiencing such a hype again. But what is so special about the Chemex? Does it really cause such a flavor explosion? Or is it also “just” a very hip pour over carafe? We have the answers for you.
Coffee machine? Fully automatic? Portafilter? Chemex? French press? Aeropress?
We get regularly asked which method is the best to make coffee. A question that cannot really be answered. Because it is a matter of taste. Every method creates an individual taste experience (aside from the type of coffee and all kinds of different aspects). How that looks like, we tell you in this article.
The nice thing about coffee from the coffee plunger – another term for the French press – is, that it so easily prepared. You do not need anything besides water, the right organic coffee, and the pot.
That is not only convenient, but also affordable. And on top of that, French press coffee is an absolute delight – when prepared correctly. That is why we have put together the basic tricks to brew the perfect French press coffee.
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