Nespresso Maestria Coffee Machine – Delonghi – EN450CW

The Nespresso Maestria Nespresso Coffee Machine is one fancy looking espresso machine. With a thermoblock heating element and automatic ejection of used capsules, the Nespresso Maestria is a bit more “Retro” than the standard Nespresso machine. Nespresso Maestria Coffee Machine … Continue reading →

Nespresso Lattissima+ Coffee Machine – Delonghi – EN520W

The Nespresso Lattissima+ Nespresso Coffee Machine is one of the higher up the range models by Delonghi. With automatic flow stop and programmable coffee quantity, the Nespresso Lattissima+ is a bit more prestigious than the standard Nespresso machine. Nespresso Lattissima+ … Continue reading →


Some people like their coffee so hot that it is barely drinkable.  Making hot coffee is easy when using instant coffee but how do you get the hot coffee with the awful taste of instant granules?  Read on to find … Continue reading →

The Cuisinart coffee maker for Coffee Lovers

A coffee lover’s bеѕt friend – tһe cuisinart coffee maker Cuisinart corporation prides thеmѕеlѵeѕ іn making innovative culinary tools. They werе brought іnto tһе limelight througһ world renowned chefs ӏіke julia childs and james beard and wһо used tһe cuisinart … Continue reading →

The History of Cappuccino

Cappuccino – thе legends beһіnd coffee The legendary cup оf cappuccino sеemѕ likе ϳuѕt а mere drink thаt brings uр maybe a romantic gathering witһ ѕоmе old boyfriend, but whо wоuld tһіnk tһat real romance аnd a massive industry wоuld … Continue reading →

Australian Coffee

Coffee.  One of natures gifts. But do you know where coffee actually comes from? Whilst most would say a coffee bean – but where do coffee bean’s come from? Did you know that the coffee bean comes from the inside … Continue reading →

The process of roasting Coffee beans

Start by putting the beans in the oven and immediately stir them. Stir until you see kernels begin that move by themselves, and that usually lasts a minute or two to happen.  Supervise beans and watch the color change to the color you want it to be. You will hear the beans begin to snap, this is known as the “first crack” and after that will start to snap … Continue reading →

How to roast your own coffee beans

Many people are excited about the idea of roasting ​​their own coffee beans. There are many tips and tricks that can ensure that you can roast the beans well to get a good cup of coffee.  Although at first it may be hard to do it in a certain way, but with every batch of coffee beans roasted, plus a little practice, you will give way … Continue reading →

Without the cup of coffee?

One study showed that once people give up caffeine – with terrible headaches, among other troubles – feel as refreshing as after a placebo, that after caffeine.  Scientists have divided the 16 consumers of caffeine in two groups. One group was maintained for three weeks with about 400 milligrams of caffeine per day (equivalent to two cups of strong coffee a day), and others spent three weeks taking a placebo. Then they changed groups. Passing either the placebo to the caffeine caused strong changes in blood flow to the brain, and … Continue reading →

Cafes in Amsterdam

In Amsterdam, the term of coffee has come to mean a place where hashish and marijuana are available. Visiting the Netherlands from the prohibitionist world outside can be a very instructive experience. It is completely wrong for us to assume that this country is not civilized. It is not that Holland is ruled by a bunch of hippies, but that have a more rational attitude to facts of life such as drugs and prostitution.  There … Continue reading →

About Coffee and Coffee trees

Coffee grows best on well drained and airy fields, with fertile soils. In addition, plants require a large amount of oxygen to their root system.  Their need for large amounts of oxygen is why airy soils are best for coffee cultivation and growth. Also, plants need 1,500 mm – 2,000 mm of rainfall annually to provide the best results. If rainfall is below the ideal, the plants need extra moisture through irrigation methods. To get a better quality of … Continue reading →

Growing coffee beans

Coffee cultivation is a long and complicated process, and is often difficult to obtain a rich harvest. Coffee beans plants are used in the actual process of making coffee. Coffee plants are grown widely in many parts of the world. The plant is cultivated in over 17 countries, including Indonesia and Brazil are two of the largest producers of coffee in the world. Plants are often grown in the area between the Tropic … Continue reading →

Homemade Cafe au Lait

It is very easy to make this coffee at home. Start by making a strong filter coffee containing the appropriate mixture of chicory. You then set the water temperature at 90 degrees C water, which will make the water to be very hot, but not boiling yet. A small amount of this water must be poured into the filter. In the filter you have to put about 6 tablespoons of good … Continue reading →

Coffee with milk- Cafe au Lait

Coffee with milk or Cafe au Lait is a delicious coffee drink that mixes one third coffee and two thirds of hot milk or foam. It has French origins and brings innovation in the sense that it is incredibly sweet and good. Over the years, has become popular worldwide.  It is preferred other than Italian coffee, so even if … Continue reading →

Iced Coffee- Oleng Coffee

There is another recipe for Thai ice coffee, which is not only wonderfully tasty, but is also more than what you get if you have ordered a cold coffee in a Thai canteen. This is known as Oleng iced coffee and is more powerful than the previous recipe. As with all ice coffees, this recipe can be modified to suit your taste.  … Continue reading →

Iced Coffee – Ca Pha Soa and European Coffee

Ice coffee around the world differs, depending on where you are. Some versions of iced coffee in some countries are not even close to those in other countries, however one thing that all these cold coffees have in common is that they are incredibly delicious.  Ca phe sua is of Vietnamese origin when translated means cold coffee with … Continue reading →

Long Coffee – What is it?

There is another style of coffee, which is quite similar to American coffee, known as long coffee.  It is essential that when you make a cup of American coffee, the hot water you use must always be fresh. Moreover, a large number of people like to consume this drink with cream or foam on top. An American coffee can be “adjusted” to suit your tastes. Some … Continue reading →

Arabica coffee

It is found in several species of wild coffee plants in a vast area occupying equatorial, tropical regions of Africa and, on both sides of the equator, but the coffee tree known as arabica coffee, whose fruit (beans) are so dear to the whole world is originally from Ethiopia deep valleys. Legend has it that a goat herder Muslim Yemen has a monastery in the days … Continue reading →

Be expressive with Espresso

Espresso is one of the most popular coffees in the world today. Espresso coffee appeared originally in Milan, Italy and then spread as a popular beverage in many other countries. An espresso coffee is a beverage that is brewed with water under pressure and usually served in a preheated cup. Espresso has a higher consistency than regular coffee. Water temperature under pressure is very high but it’s not boiling … Continue reading →

Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee – The Rolls Royce of Coffee

Considered by many as the Rolls-Royce of all coffees, Blue Mountain coffee has a taste full of flavor, balance and aroma. The acidity and fruit prominence provides all the satisfaction that someone might want from a strong and intense coffee flavour.  It has a very clear taste with a remarkable sweetness and rich flavor.  Blue Mountain coffee is recognized as one of the most award-winning coffees and as a … Continue reading →

Gourmet Coffee – 3 flavors you can’t miss!

Gourmet flavoured coffee grew in popularity in recent years, but dates back for a very long time. The common belief about coffee dates back from the Middle East and further. There, people began to experiment for the first time with the addition of spices (like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg) directly into the coffee. Perhaps these early flavoured coffees were … Continue reading →

Coffee producing countries

Worldwide coffee producing countries are between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, where the climate is ideal for hotand humid. Countries can be grouped broadly into four geographical areas:  Concacaf Mexic-especially Arabica generally very high quality(Mexico, Panama and Caribbean islands). America USA- Brazil produces about 30 million bags per yea r(1 bag = 60 kg) of natural arabica. Colombia, Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador produce washed Arabica. Africa-most African countries producing Robusta coffee. Arabica species also grow … Continue reading →

How does coffee work?

Coffee is controversial, and its properties are studied intensively because of its composition. In coffee there is a substance named caffeine that affects the body when we enjoy a cup of coffee. A general medical doctor, states how much caffeine we find in a pot of coffee. “The content of caffeine in a cup of 180 ml, is 80-140 mg in boiled coffee and , 60-100 mg … Continue reading →

Preparation of Coffee

To get a great coffee is important to take account of four steps: grinding, dosing, water and freshness.  Grinding coffee: Each method of preparation requires a different degree of grinding, because the final taste of coffee is influenced by the time in which water and coffee are in direct contact. The more coffee preparation time takes less, the finer coffee must be grinded. Dosing the … Continue reading →

Things you might not know about coffee

A mixture of chemicals: Coffee is made ​​up of over 1200 natural chemicals. More than half of these are responsible with the characteristic taste and aroma. Some of them have properties useful in fighting various diseases. In fact, coffee is the most studied of all beverages and foods known, research having conflicting results. Even so, most experts agree that moderate consumption of natural coffee is … Continue reading →