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5 Types of Coffee Makers and How to Use Them

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5 Types of Coffee Makers and How to Use Them

We love to start our mornings with an energising cup of coffee and drinking coffee is an all-important part of our daily routine. The comforting flavour and aroma of quality coffee are a welcome wake-up call, and a cup of the good stuff always guarantees we get up on the right side of the bed. With so many different coffee makers on the market, it’s never been easier to enjoy delicious coffee at home. Choosing the right coffee maker may seem difficult but it is based entirely on individual taste and preference, so we recommend experimenting with several different brewing...

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Everything You Need to Know About Guatemalan Coffee

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Everything You Need to Know About Guatemalan Coffee

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea in Central America, Guatemala prides itself on its deep-rooted history with its most cherished export: coffee beans. Guatemala boasts varying altitudes and microclimates that are perfect for growing coffee, in particular the Arabica Coffee plant, and each region offers its own distinct roast coffee flavours and characteristics. Today, the country has earned its place as one of the world’s most premier coffee growing regions but how much do you know about the delicious drink in your cup? Read on to learn more about Guatemalan coffee as we journey through the origins,...

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Italian Coffee: History, Culture & Types

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Italian Coffee: History, Culture & Types

Italians are notoriously passionate about their food and drink heritage and their deep-rooted history with coffee is no different. Coffee is more than just a beverage in Italy, it is an intrinsic way of life with most Italians enjoying this aromatic drink several times throughout the day. From an early morning wakeup call in a bustling Italian coffee shop to a tasty after-dinner treat, coffee is enjoyed at all times of the day in Italy and coffee drinking has developed some unique cultural traditions since espresso coffee beans first arrived at Italy’s ports. So, lets dive into Italy’s fascinating coffee culture,...

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How to Make Latte Art for Beginners

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How to Make Latte Art for Beginners

If you love coffee as much as we do, you’re more than likely to have come across some masterful latte art in your day-to-day coffee run. And if not, you’re still likely to have seen trendy coffee artwork on your local café or friends’ social media. As it says in the title, latte art is a type of artistry and it often feels a shame to ruin such picture-perfect latte art designs by taking the first sip. So, it’s no wonder why this Instagram-able coffee trend has got so many of us snapping photos of our latte art for socials...

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Tea

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Top 5 Health Benefits of Tea

With over 100 million cups of tea being consumed across the UK each day, it’s fair to say that tea is one of the nation’s most beloved drinks. The history of tea in Britain demonstrates how the UK’s love affair with tea came around and how the delicious beverage we are familiar with today came to be. Most of us enjoy a cup of tea for its’ refreshing taste or as an afternoon pick-me-up. For others, tea is a part of relaxing evening routines as they prepare to wind down before bed. But how many of us think of the...

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