I love a good pour over coffee. I’m still working on my technique, but with good beans you can’t mess up too much. As with other types of brewing coffee, pour over requires a few pieces of equipment. One of those is a kettle with a long, thin neck (or spout), often called a gooseneck. When choosing a kettle, do you go the electric route or stove top?
There are many ways to brew coffee (all of which we hope to cover on this site), but the fastest way to get a hot cup of coffee is to drink an instant coffee. I can feel your distaste now – “Instant coffee’s not real coffee!” I get it. Instant coffee is not for purists, but don’t dismiss it right away if you haven’t tried it. It can actually be pretty tasty!
If you’ve never visited Australia, if you think of it, coffee probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. If you have been to Australia, you know that it has some of the best coffee in the world, if not the best. Coffee shops are on every block, restaurants all employ trained baristas and even McDonald’s serves a decent cappuccino. Yeah, I was surprised too.
I grew up in Poland, but as life would have it, I haven’t been back in nearly ten years. A few months ago I had the pleasure of spending a week in Krakow, Poland, for work. Boy, has this place changed! I absolutely loved it all – the food, the scenery, the people. But what I loved the most was the coffee. In fact, it was in Krakow that I had the best pour-over coffee I’ve ever had, anywhere in the world.
I stumbled upon this infographic on coffee consumption at work. The infographic was based on a survey carried out by Dunkin Donut and Careerbuilder. The result? We’re all addicted to coffee, my friends!