Tasting those flavors on the bag.
What the bag says: “Deep caramel flavours, with lingering notes of lemon peel and cashews” What you think: “This tastes like… coffee” Is there a divide between what you read on the bag and what you’re tasting in your mouth? Probably. Grapes? Those taste grapey. Chocolate cake? Chocolatey. Our expectations of what things should taste […]
The BeanCurious Guide: 4 Tips to Buy Delicious Coffee Beans
23 / 100 Powered by Rank Math SEO Hong Kong is awash with coffee! Finally. Down almost every alley are hipster cafes with menus that offer options beyond the usual “latte”; exotic coffees with strange place-names like Kenyan Micro-lot and Ethiopian Honey Processed that take over 3 minutes to make. Those $80 cups are pretty […]
How to prepare drip bag coffee
73 / 100 Powered by Rank Math SEO If you’re new to the hand drip / pour over coffee experience and want to try it without investing in the equipment, drip bag coffees are the way to go. The latest fad to hit Hong Kong, drip bag coffee is roasted, ground fresh then packaged in […]
Picking Beans for Pour Over Coffee
The antithesis of capsule coffee, pour-over is a process that demands your attention, rewarding you with coffee far more complex than drip or French Press. Once you have the technique down, don’t squander your skill with boring beans. Get out and experiment with single origin beans and get ready to taste some wild coffees.