At San Francisco-based Blue Bottle, the most dominant company of coffee's "third wave," a trend that reframes coffee in an artisanal vein like wine, this has meant eschewing coffee machines entirely when it comes to its non-espresso coffee. "There's a bel... With books, apps, open-source approaches, equipment choices, social communities and incredibly robust software readily available to coffee roasters of all skill and experience levels, it's pe... Thanks to everyone who responded to the favorite brewing method post! As part of the #planwithmechallenge, I posted the recipe I use for my Aeropress in my personal blog. It's a culmination of trying a bunch of other recipes I found on Pinterest (from the... No Fan of Instant Coffee, BUT ... I never like to hear of issues in the industry that could affect jobs and the market. There have been issues over the past decade in Brazil from drought to coffee tree disease. Many coffee buyers are exploring other marke... Ever Wonder How We Got To Third Wave? Here is an article I wrote last year, and since updated with some 4th Wave thoughts, on the history of coffee "waves". I cover the history of coffee from Maxwell House to Stumptown. I'd love to hear thoughts from the ... Hi all, Finally got around to joining coffee addict's. My family and I spend close to 600 dollars a month on Starbucks/coffee house cold brews. (La Colombe in DC is great). Looking to possibly cold brew our own coffee with la colombe's beans. Has anyone e... Hi! I'm new here :) My husband and I love coffee; I can't let a day go by without my morning cup. We have three ways of making coffee at home: Aeropress, if I'm making a cup for me, Mokka cup, if he's making a cup for himself, and . French press, if we'r... LANSING - A wood and steel cart on wheels sat on the sidewalk on South Washington Avenue. On the front was a blue owl logo - the mascot. And the cart was attached to a blue bike of sorts. "You got any coffee in there?" someone yelled from down the street.