How to Use an Espresso Machine


Ask any coffee lover for their go-to morning caffeine fix and chances are, it’s an espresso. While there are many ways to make a short, strong shot like the Italians, you’ll need a machine to benefit from the pressure required to generate authentic espresso. Whether you opt for am inexpensive manual espresso maker, an upscale … Read more

How To Steam And Froth Milk At Home


What’s your favorite coffee? Perhaps you enjoy drinking espresso or ristretto like the Italians make it? If so, do you also like longer, creamier coffees with espresso as the base? Us too! Now, how can you go about whipping up an authentic cappuccino or latte at home with your new espresso machine? We’ll not only … Read more

How to Clean The Ninja Coffee Bar


Keeping your Ninja Coffee Bar in mint condition means keeping it clear of calcium. If you live in an area with particularly hard water and you use it with your Ninja coffee maker, calcium will build up in the machine. These calcium deposits will affect the functioning of your coffee maker. If you have owned … Read more

Which Coffee Has The Most Caffeine?


The caffeine content of coffee is an issue that polarizes many purists… Some coffee fiends loudly proclaim that dark roasted coffee packs most caffeine while other coffee lovers insist that lighter roasts have a higher caffeine content. How about the brewing method? What impact does that have on the amount of caffeine you’re taking on … Read more

How Long is Brewed Coffee Good For?


Have you ever tried your arm with some leftover coffee from a French press? If so, you’ll already have established that coffee is rapidly past its best as soon as it’s been brewed. For anyone in a hurry, we’ll get right down to business addressing today’s core query… How Long is Brewed Coffee Good For? … Read more

How To Use a French Press Coffee Maker


Making gourmet coffee at home should involve a great deal of experimentation. Try out a range of different brewing methods and see which ones are keepers and which ones you don’t think are worth the time. If you’re thinking of getting back to basics with a classic artisanal method that needs no expensive equipment and … Read more