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Coffee is Being Widely Used as a COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool #21

Long cherished for its life-affirming, neuron-boosting aroma, coffee is now being held up all over the globe as an at-home diagnostic tool to help curb the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A DCN review of scientific literature and anecdotal advice from scholars of taste and smell shows dozens of examples of coffee being used as the barometer for Read more about Coffee is Being Widely Used as a COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool #21[…]

7 Things You Should Never Add to Your Coffee #20 in a series

Coffee is one of the few foods that almost all Americans consume on a regular basis. Seventy percent of Americans drink coffee at least once a week, and 62 percent of Americans drink coffee daily, according to the National Coffee Association. You may already know that restaurants serve some of the unhealthiest coffee drinks you can sip—for example, Dunkin’s Read more about 7 Things You Should Never Add to Your Coffee #20 in a series[…]

Geisha vs Bourbon: A Crash Course on Coffee Varieties # 18 in a Series

  Geisha vs Bourbon: A Crash Course in Coffee Varieties In wine, varieties reign supreme. Everybody knows what a Merlot is or a Chardonnay. But in the coffee world, they’re less understood. You might have heard of Geisha, but do you know the difference between a Bourbon and a Typica? Or why that matters? If Read more about Geisha vs Bourbon: A Crash Course on Coffee Varieties # 18 in a Series[…]

How Much Caffeine Is In My Coffee? #16 in Our Series

How Much Caffeine Is In My Coffee?   The Challenges of Measuring Caffeine Levels By William (Bill) Murray, President & CEO, NCA Twitter: @Bill_CoffeeAssn Coffee has long been associated with energy and activity – the legend of coffee’s origin holds that it was discovered because of the energy kick it gave to goats eating cherries from a coffee tree. Most Read more about How Much Caffeine Is In My Coffee? #16 in Our Series[…]

Methods   A Brief History of Manual Brewing # 14

Manually brewing coffee at home has many advantages. It’s relatively inexpensive and easy to do, making it popular with those getting familiar with coffee for the first time. It’s also a brewing method that you can experiment with, making it equally popular with coffee professionals and coffee shops. Whether you’re a home brewer wanting to Read more about Methods   A Brief History of Manual Brewing # 14[…]