In coffee roasting, “body” refers to the physical sensation and texture of the coffee in the mouth. It is the weight and thickness of the coffee on the tongue, and it can range from light and thin to heavy and syrupy.
The question "What is a cortado?" is a simple question, with a surprisingly intricate answer. The cortado, in its fundamental form, is an espresso-based drink, married beautifully with a similar amount of steamed milk.
When we wake up in the morning to the rich aroma of coffee brewing, we're not usually thinking about its acidity. But the acidity of coffee is a crucial component of your brew's unique flavor profile and how it interacts with your health. So, let's dive in and unravel the mystery of coffee's acidity, shall we?
Among the various methods used globally in coffee cultivation and production, the "washed" coffee process stands out for its ability to deliver exceptionally clean and vibrant flavors.
Unpacking the contrasts between Arabica and Robusta isn't just an exercise for the taste buds; it's also a journey into varying cultivation practices, environmental impacts, and economic factors that influence what coffees you drink each day
It's time to compare and contrast three of the most popular coffee drinks: macchiatos, lattes, and cappuccinos. I will explain the similarities and differences between these drinks, as well as which one you should order depending on what you're looking for.
The dirty chai is a relatively modern drink, but it’s one of our favorite twists on a classic. It takes the basic chai latte and adds delicious espresso, adding complexity to an already-delicious beverage.