The new product under the name “Kruve” is essentially a bunch of sifters you can use to sift your coffee grounds so that you can weed out any too coarse or too fine particles from entering your brew. Continue reading “Is the Kruve Coffee Sifter Necessary?”
In the pour-over realm, things have gotten pretty interesting lately with one of the newer coffee devices on the market. There is something out now called “Melodrip”. What this device does is enable a more even extraction of grounds when pouring for a Chemex, V60, or any other pour-over type method.
It is essentially designed to work like a shower head. It is composed of a stick that holds a “filter” on the end that is basically a bunch of holes that distribute water into a “rain” over the grounds when water is poured through it rather than a simple steady stream from a kettle. Continue reading “What is the Melodrip?”
The coffee siphon often causes your average coffee drinker to become quite skeptical when a third wave barista plops one on the counter. With its flasks, burner, and science experiment vibe; many people become a bit uncomfortable around them. Let me explain what has often been deemed the “weirdest” coffee brewing method. Continue reading “What is a Coffee Siphon?”
Here is the problem:
People like convenience -> Convenience leads to using a to-go cup -> using a to-go cup leads to it being thrown in the trash -> the cup thrown in the trash leads to more waste in our landfills -> more waste = bad news. Continue reading “Drink Coffee From a Mug”