When you're trying to make yourself a delicious latte or cappuccino, it's important to steam your milk just right. Our guide will help you become the "home barista" you've always dreamed of and more. The thick, smooth, and creamy milk in your drink will enhance the sweetness of your drink and make for an incredibly rich experience.
If you're a coffee drinker who likes to taste extra flavors in your coffee, this article will tell you more about how the nut and coffee industries have teamed up with science to expand your possibilities. Or, if you like to do it yourself, see how you can be a master crafter of coffee-nut blends.
If you love coffee, the French press is for you. It brews by steeping fresh coffee grounds in swirling hot water that contacts all sides of the grind and perfectly extracts oils and flavors. After the grounds steep, you use the plunger with its strainer screen to press down the grounds, leaving you with perfectly drinkable cups of joe.
About 60% of annual world coffee production is from Arabica beans, but Arabica coffee production will have to be at least 1 million tons higher in 10 years to meet the expected increase in demand for quality coffees (ICO, 2016). That means 3.2 million acres of new coffee fields from freshly cleared forests and more trouble for our planet, unless coffee breeders can develop new strains of Arabica trees that yield 20% more beans per acre.