Using powdered milk in coffee is a sensible choice if you do not drink much milk otherwise and it is a good choice for your health. Powdered milk keeps longer than milk, it is easy to portion, and it is much healthier than most creamers. We live in a world of convenience. We seek efficiency … Continue reading Is Powdered Milk Good in Coffee?
One of the main reasons so many of us struggle with keeping New Year’s resolutions is not so much the level of difficulty of the changes we vouch to make as how we insert them into our daily routine. Timing truly is everything. According to research, the best way to stick with a new habit … Continue reading 12 New Years’ Resolutions – Java Style
It is a perfect after dinner coffee that is sure to have you thinking of those refreshing chocolate mint patties you enjoy so much after a meal.
This recipe transforms ourMistletoe Mocha Coffee from an after dinner drink to a decadent dessert like treat you will want any time of day! Taking the rich chocolate and mint flavor of this coffee to the extreme!
Are you looking for the perfect drink to serve at your Halloween Party this year? We have the perfect drink to get your party started and keep it going! It’s strong but sweet, rich, smooth, and utterly delicious it’s pretty much perfect.
This recipe is perfect for the Holiday Season! It's a tried and true favorite at our house. Cooking with Coffee Powder is the magic ingredient. These are so rich and decadent, you won't be disappointed!
Just as there are diverse tastes in sweets and coffees, there are diverse schools of thought regarding the ideal combination of coffee and dessert. Even great chefs have different opinions about this, but they do agree on one thing: in the end, it’s a matter of experimentation and developing one’s palate. This being said, there … Continue reading How to Pair Coffee and Dessert
I don't know about you, but 2020 has caused me to slow down and make time to try the things I kept putting off in the past. Each year that we carve pumpkins for Halloween I plan to collect the seeds and roast them, but every year something comes up and I end up tossing them in the compost pile instead.
Well, not this year! This year I did it and I am so happy I did.
Fall may be months away, but here in Vermont, we are always looking for ways to enjoy that liquid gold, aka Maple Syrup, all year long. This Iced Maple Latte is perfect for a summer brunch or afternoon snack. It is so delicious! You won't believe how easy it is to make!
This delicious drink is just what you need to keep you caffeinated for those long summer nights. It blends the rich dark taste of our Dark Roast Coffee and the sweet, chocolaty taste of a S'more for a drink you are sure to asked to make again and again!
Are you still buying Hot Fudge at the store? Why? It is incredibly easy to make! You probably even have all the ingredients right in your pantry. Once you try this recipe, you will never buy hot fudge again.
Short on time and need a summertime feast for the fam? These turkey meatballs come together quickly and are packed with flavor thanks to our coffee rubs. Preparation clocks in at about 30 minutes from start to finish - earning them a regular spot in at our dinner table.
Homemade Mint Iced Cofee - with help from your garden. We're sharing an easy way to make a fun and refreshing coffee drink using your garden goodies. You're just a few shakes away from cooling, caffeinated goodness.
The peaberry is prized for the richness of its flavor. Tanzanian Peaberry is a lively, inviting coffee from the acclaimed Kilimanjaro region. Unlike the traditional coffee berries, which feature two side-by-side fertilized seeds, peaberries occur when only one of the two seeds is fertilized. This, you may be interested to know, does not occur on … Continue reading The Mighty Peaberry
We are increasingly sensitive to our environment. Americans recycle more than ever, and that’s a good thing. The small choices we make daily make a world of difference. Did you know that a single person can generate as much as 4 pounds of trash daily? It adds up quickly; to nearly 1,500 pounds per year … Continue reading 8 Ways to Reuse Paper Coffee Filters
The coffee plant belongs to the Rubiaceae family, which includes well over 13,000 different species of trees, shrubs and even herbs. We get coffee from the Coffea species. It is a perennial shrub but is often called a tree since it reaches heights of 20 feet or more. Interestingly, cultivated coffee shrubs are pruned down … Continue reading Coffee Tree or Coffee Shrub?
We are not the only creatures who crave the bean, or rather its nectar. Insects native to the regions where coffee plants occur naturally, or where controlled cultivation is well established, also look for their coffee fix each day. Bees are among the most remarkable buzz seekers. The evolution of coffee occurs at two levels: … Continue reading Coffee for The Bees
Just made a fresh cup of coffee – Organic Healthy Living Blend, in case you are curious – and signed in to this Blog to compose the next weekly article. It seemed like we launched this project just a few short months ago, but upon review just realized we’ve posted 43 articles already, which takes … Continue reading Coffee Talk – The Best of 2018
Coconut milk has gained in popularity with the ketone diet and as a delicious alternative to butter when indulging in a good cup of bulletproof coffee, but don’t set it aside yet. There are several reasons to use coconut milk in your coffee year-round. For one thing, coconut milk is cholesterol free. We must point … Continue reading In Praise of Coconut Milk
The words Cold Brew and Bulletproof are still on the tip of our tongues as we enter a new year, but Millennials are turning to coffee in increasing numbers and that changes everything. What fresh brewed coffee trends should we expect in 2019? First, it is important to note that access to information, and the … Continue reading Coffee Trends to Watch in 2019