Guest post by Harrison Northey: a french press extraordinaire.
Yes, you read that correctly. Sometimes I drink bad coffee on purpose. I admit it. Kind of strange to talk about this on a blog whose stated purpose is “Stopping Bad Coffee.” But it’s the truth. And I don’t mean the kind of “bad” like when your proportions got off so your pour-over is a little watery and you’re not sure whether to dump it out and start over. I’m talking bought-at-Wal-Mart for $1.96/lb., ground in April 2017, vacuum sealed in a cardboard cylinder… Yeah, that kind of bad coffee. I willingly choose to put that in my body. Continue reading “Drinking Bad Coffee…On Purpose”→
Something very important to us at Coffee Made Better is portraying the entire story of coffee from crop to cup. We desperately want our readers to understand how amazing it is that we can have something such as coffee that we take for granted.
The story of coffee is one that deals with farmers working long hours in the fields to feed their families, roasters meticulously manipulating variables to preserve the delicate flavors of the bean, and baristas and home brewers testing their skills using various techniques to produce the end result of an excellent cup of coffee.
If you were to look at my wardrobe, you would find one thing in common with all articles of my clothing: coffee stains. Maybe you are like me and you manage to get more coffee on your clothes than in your mouth.
Many people who are new to coffee often become confused when they see contradicting things about Cold Brew and Iced Coffee. Many people tend to think they are the same thing, however, wonder why it goes by two different names. The truth is that it goes by two different names because it is two different things!