Amy, a call representative on our Home Products Customer service team recently made colorful Christmas wreaths for a children’s Christmas party. The wreaths were actually made out of coffee filters! We thought they were just too cute not to share.
Over the past couple months we’ve looked atthe first two elements of three T’s of coffee brewing- Time and Temperature. Time is an important element in coffee brewing, as the amount of time the water is contact with the coffee determines the amount of coffee material extracted. This is the major component that affects flavor.
Over the past week, streets across the United States have gone through a makeover! The windows are adorned with Christmas trees, the dazzling lights are strung, and snow is falling (well, at least it’s snowing in some areas).
We've made it easy to find videos about your specific BUNN brewer model with YouTube playlists! Now on the BUNN YouTube Channel (youtube.com/bunnbrewers) find a playlist filled with cleaning, how-to and event videos about your specific BUNN home brewer model.
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.