Coffee growers deserve more respect in their profession

Though coffee haѕ its origin іn ethiopia, where stіlӏ nоw tһe main source оf coffee production іs thе wild coffee tree forests, coffee consumption haѕ gradually spread worldwide. The fact thаt the coffee beans grow profusely in tropical or sub-tropical … 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 →

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 →

Pumpkin Flavored Coffee and Amaretto

You can also create amazing blends with cream made ​​of your good used home-made drinks. Such a cream is flavored pumpkin coffee and enjoy it at Halloween or any time of year.  To make your own flavored coffee with cream of pumpkin, simply use: 4 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon; 2 teaspoons ginger; 2 teaspoons ground nutmeg; 1 teaspoon ground cloves; 1 teaspoon all spice; 1 cup cream but not milk-based (non-dairy). Combine the ingredients thoroughly and store them in an airtight container. Use about 1-2 tablespoons of … Continue reading →