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Absolutely love Coffee Gator. Have never had a bitter cup of coffee since buying my Stainless Steel Container. Have now bought all my kids one!! LOVE LOVE LOVE
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Pour Over Coffee Maker is one of the best coffee mugs I have bought. Keeps ice for almost 8 hours in the central Florida sun in summer. Keeps coffee hot for about 2 hours. Well worth the money.
I've purchased my 4th cold brew pitcher and consider it easily the best. Great design and perfect size for storage in a fridge.
I bought cold brew maker because of the funnel and the scoop. I am glad I did; the funnel makes a potentially messy job neat and easy.
I love my Coffee Gator Pour Over Kettle and use it daily. Its simple design and quality materials make it a joy to use.
Coffee comes in many different varieties, but did you know that there are also numerous brewing methods? If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the number of options to prepare your cup of joe, don’t stress about it! In this article, we’ll talk about the best way to brew coffee based on the roast profile.
With this cold brew guide, learn how to make your own delicious Do-it-Yourself (DIY) cold brew.
In the first part of this beginner’s guide to different types of coffee roasts, we outlined the four main coffee roast levels (light, medium, medium-dark, and dark) and some of their basic distinguishing features.
Now that you have some basic knowledge and understanding of them, we’ll move on to some of the additional coffee profiles that are found within these main categories of coffee roast. If you ever feel overwhelmed with all the different variations, just think of them as part of a spectrum! For reference, here’s a table that lists the additional types of roasts for each of the four levels.
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