Category: From the Field

How to Brew Coffee for a Group

It’s the holiday season, and that means gatherings. Friends, family, coworkers – groups are gathering together for meals and parties, and most of the time coffee is going to be in high demand. If you’re hosting folks in your home, and want to provide a…

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How to Make Espresso for a Group

The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means gatherings of family and friends who may or may not be looking for some coffee to perk them up after a big meal.  Anybody can throw on a pot of brew, sure, but in order to really impress your…

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Tasting Flavor Notes in Coffee Part 2

After finally getting the taste notes in your last bag of beans, you’re deep down your flavor discovery. You’ve become familiar with the Guatemala you’ve been drinking and you decide to change it up a bit. You pick up a Kenya – citrus sweetness with co…

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World of Coffee Berlin 2019

Baratza at WOC 2019 Berlin!

The Baratza team is excited to head to Berlin next week for World of Coffee 2019! It will run from Thursday June 6 – Saturday June 8 at Messe Berlin.   We will be in Hall 2, booth H30 and sharing our space with our good friends Acaia.  This will be our…

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Expo Brew Bar Redux

To experience the wonder of a coffee convention with no two coffees alike is opening pandora’s box. Three days of abundant diversity – coffee, palates, techniques, and equipment. Thinking you already know what to expect, yet are delightfully surprised….

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How to Store your Coffee Beans.

A big part of the joy of grinding great fresh coffee, is fresh coffee. Coming home with a fresh bag of great coffee is a warm and fuzzy moment: so many great flavors await you! Opening the bag, you smell that smell and want to take it in forever! It’s…

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Grind On-Demand – Not in Bulk!

Grinding a whole bag of coffee at once is called “bulk grinding” and it makes a lot of sense if you don’t have regular access to a grinder. It’s why you see those big, messy grinders in the coffee aisle at your local grocery store, always covered in ot…

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