Category Archives: Coffee Jargon

A Brief History of Coffee

Here at Cup to Cup we are always looking for more fun and fascinating info on the world of coffee. A while back we thought it would be fun to learn more about the history of coffee. We found several … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

In previous posts we’ve talked about coffee names. One was to better clarify the origin of a coffee so that our consumers could know more about where our coffee comes from. The other was a post about what the names … Continue reading

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Consider: Coffee and Food

This is something that has interested me in the past but for various reasons went dormant until a local coffeeite roused it from hibernation. (This is where you imagine an image of a hibernating bear waking up, in a good … Continue reading

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Brewing Thoughts

This post is a little more technical than usual, so apologies to my readers looking for an easy read. More of those to come soon. My new friend Paul Dow from Octane Coffee in Atlanta was kind enough to take … Continue reading

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Coffee Spotlight

It’s time to dazzle and amaze you, our loyal customers with another coffee spotlight. This episode will feature the wonderful Nicaragua Selva Negra. Nicaragua Selva Negra (Black Forest) is an estate coffee growing in the mountains of the Matagalpa region … Continue reading

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What Did I Just Order? Part 1

We’ve all either seen it or experienced it; you walk into a coffee shop, stand at the counter, and are utterly overwhelmed with the menu. The cashier impatiently answers your questions which range from, “what’s the difference between a cappuccino … Continue reading

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Coffee Jargon Part Deux

   Why is it that my coffee I bought from the coffee shop doesn’t taste the same at home as when I bought it there?     I’m glad you brought that up. This happens way too often; you have a … Continue reading

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