Coffee Blog - Hotter Than A Mug

  • Arabica Or Robusta? Your Guide To Coffee Beans

    If you are buying coffee beans for your home or business and not sure what you should be looking for, read on- this guide will help you to understand the differences between the basic types of coffee, and bust the coffee jargon, so you can decide which variety is right for you.
  • Why Coffee Appeals To Us

    A few reasons why there is such a strong appeal to drink coffee.
  • 6 Delicious Coffee Recipes

    Ok so how many of you love a cup of coffee? I know I do! Below you will find 6 of the best recipes to enjoy your coffee a different way. We hope you enjoy it.

  • Cappuccino - How To Make This Rich, Dark Coffee

    The taste of a good cappuccino is totally lip smacking and some times people just cannot start their day without a cup of cappuccino.
  • Coffee Five Ways!

    Coffee has five primary ways of being brewed. Each method has brewing variables - introduction of water, brewing temperature, and separating the brewed liquor from the coffee grounds. These five methods are called Turkish brewing, concentrate brewing, percolating, drip brewing, and French Press brewing.
  • Coffee Makers Need Well-Grown Beans!

    As you prepare your morning coffee every morning in your kitchen, how much time have you spent thinking of where that coffee bean came from? Coffee has a rich and colorful past, and is now grown all around the world. Although it was first grown in Ethiopia, coffee production soon began to be grown in many other parts of the world, on almost every continent.
  • A Good Coffee Mug Makes The Difference

    Everyone has their favorite and you are no exception when it comes to your favorite coffee mug. It is special and you like the feel of it in your hands and are really disappointed if someone else in the family is already using it for their beverage.  What makes a good coffee mug? Who knows? Each person has their own special likes and dislikes.
  • A Brief Overview of Gourmet Coffee

    The word Gourmet is used to refer to the fancier grade, cut, or quality of many of the foods and beverages we consume. Gourmet foods and drinks have long been associated as the regular fare for the rich and famous who can afford the higher pricing that often accompanies many of these finer food and beverage versions.