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Brewing coffee is a work of science in which numerous elements, including the three T’s of coffee brewing, must align in order to extract the ideal coffee flavor. Last month we looked at Time. Now it’s time to take a deeper look at the second T of proper brewing—Temperature.
Answers to what your future holds could be found in the bottom of your cup. That’s according to a divination practice referred to as Tasseography. Tasseography is the practice of interpreting patterns in tea leaves or coffee grounds in a cup after drinking it. (Tea is the most prominent source followed by coffee, and sometimes wine sediments.)
You’ve probably never looked at your morning routine of brewing coffee as a work of science, but it is. Numerous elements must align in order to extract the ideal coffee flavor. What are these elements? Water, filtration, grind and the three T’s of coffee brewing. The three T’s are: Time, Temperature and Turbulence. Let’s take a look at the first T -- Time.
September is National Coffee Service Month and the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) is celebrating with “Joe on the Job". BUNN employees enjoyed a coffee break in support of office coffee and Joe on the Job. Check out these photos from our Joe on the Job coffee break!
In the summer mosquito bites are irritating and so itchy! If you’re like me by the end of the summer you legs will be filled with the pesky, itching, swollen bites. I’ll try anything to take away the itch.
Grinding coffee is one of the most basic tasks that must take place before we can brew great coffee. However, this simple task often gets overlooked as one of the most important ones along the route to great coffee. What exactly happens when we grind coffee? How can different types of grinders and burrs change the grind profile?