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I recently finished a Painting with Coffee, painted with Coffee - watch the short video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHckpNtU_CE :) #CoffeePainting   #CoffeeArt   #Painting  
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Java Central

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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOfhH25umdc
I was really fascinated by how Colombia came to become so big in the coffee industry that I made a video about it.
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Michael Thacker

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New coffee blog is out! Great new coffee shop in Springtown, Texas.
https://coffeemeblog.com/2016/04/25/pojo-coffee-shoppe-a-small-town-delight/
There is nothing better than finding small coffee shops set right in the heart of an old, small country town. Just outside of Fort Worth, Texas setting in the west lies the small town of Springtown…
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Aziz Başkaya

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No...Next time😩
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Michael Thacker

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Coffee Me Blog is a blog aimed at informing coffee and tea lovers around the world on the topic of coffee, tea, coffee shops, coffee and tea products, coffee and tea health along with anything else…
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☕ Just a few days until the biggest specialty coffee event in America — the #SCAA2016 Expo!

Click for a quick preview→ bit.ly/SCAAExpo2016 
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Dan Gumm (CigarDan)

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#Coffee  Review: Bright nuances of fruit followed by smooth notes of cocoa and caramel with an added hint of spice make this coffee an excellent choice as a breakfast brew. 
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Ruby Irvan

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How to Make Chemex Coffee: 2 Brewtastic VIDEOS - Perfect Daily Grind
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Rohit Sharma

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If you love coffee, here is a list of Top Ten best coffee shops you must not miss!

http://www.toptenofcity.com/food/top-10-coffee-shops-in-usa.html

#coffee #coffeelovers #mocha #caffeine
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This is an English-language forum for *specialty coffee* discussions. Specialty coffee is defined by using top grade, premium, well sourced, well roasted, ethical coffee to brew with, using traditional brewing methods with a good amount of hands on involvement in the brewing process. If you are new to specialty coffee and its preparation methods, this community exists to help you learn about this particular grade and style of coffee and how to brew better coffee on your own.

Roger Morris

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Does anything smell better than fresh roasted coffee? Ethiopia natural processed coffee.
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jason Wurst

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Cold brew going and fresh roasted papua new Guinea beans 
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So Good! 
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jason Wurst

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Took me over a year to get this project going.. Aged a blend of different years of elijah Craig bourbon in a barrel for over a year. After that was done, I aged some beans in them to impart the bourbon barrel flavor. Also have a port wine barrel, dark rum barrel and cognac barrel which is coming up next.

Bourbon blend barrel aged Guatemalan coffee beans #homeroasting #barrelaged #elijahcraig #Wurstbehavior #dgbworldwide 
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Tom T

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Yirgacheffe Aramo Gerbota by Cafe Eternity (100% arabica, natural coffee)

Ethiopia is a homeland for coffee and thanks to it's unique taste Ethiopian arabica is very popular by many coffee lovers.

This Ethiopian coffee comes from Gerbota village in southern part of Yirgacheffe region, it grows high in the mountains, 1900-2100 metres above sea level, and it is dry-processed when coffee beans are drying for 15 days on the sun.

Beans are medium roasted, they smell like stale bread with fruity undertones and what you can spot immediately is uneven colouring of the beans which is thanks to the natural processing.
To prepare a cup of espresso you need to grind it very fine, I used the finest level in my machine. It produces lovely velvet cup of coffee with rich crema. First thing in the taste which you will notice is prominent fruity acidity, perhaps similar to red current, with bitter undertones and, again, scent of stale bread.
Overall this is very nice coffee with a spark, not for everyday use, spare it for unique occasions. Strongle recommended.
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Java Central

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Good morning everyone! Grab your cup of coffee and enjoy this coffee talk I had with a wonderful fellow named promice! https://youtu.be/p3TW2ZVsoAQ
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#Espresso and vanilla panna cotta

Ingredients for 6

60 ml strong black coffee
25 g caster sugar
200 ml whipping cream
25 g caster sugar
0.5 vanilla pod, split or 1 tsp vanilla essence
225 g Philadelphia Lightest
1 tsp powdered gelatine dissolved in 1 Tbsp boiling water

Instructions

Combine the coffee and sugar in a small saucepan and stir until the sugar is dissolved, simmer for 1-2 minutes until syrupy. Pour into small glasses and allow to cool.

Heat the cream, sugar and vanilla pod in a pan until almost boiling but do not allow to boil. Discard the vanilla pod and cool the mixture.

Beat the Philadelphia until smooth and then gradually add the cream mixture and gelatine. Spoon into the glasses and chill for 2-3 hours until set.
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Ruby Irvan

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Why Pour-Over Coffee Is So Good (and So Popular) and How to Make It Right - The Daily Meal
Pour-over coffee, also known as hand-pour or drip-brew coffee, has become increasingly popular among coffee gurus. The method produces a great cup of joe, but requires extra time and a small arsenal of equipment. This may sound complicated, but the effort is completely worth it.
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Ivan Bezbradica

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I wrote a guide on how to steam milk a little while ago. Just updated it with pics and gifs (take that buzzfeed). Tell me what you think: http://goo.gl/NzahfR
Learn how to steam milk for coffee from a master barista. You'll be making the perfect latte with our milk steaming guide. Perfect micro foam and more.
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