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End of the Pour-Over?
End of the Pour-Over?

Pour-over. For more than a few years now, the pour-over has been king of specialty coffee shops and home brewing connoisseurs, while batch-brewed coffee makers have been overlooked or even completely forgotten. However, it now seems that the new trend for 2018 is a comeback for the lowly coffee maker. Read on to learn more.

Goodbye Ceramic. Hello Coffee Waste Cup
Goodbye Ceramic. Hello Coffee Waste Cup

Everyone in the coffee industry, including us over at Bristol Coffee are quick to tell you all about the benefits of coffee, but the negatives are very rarely discussed. We’re referring to coffee waste, and for this blog, specifically that caused by coffee cups. Although most coffee shops now carry recyclable to-go cups, studies show that only 1 in every 400 cups gets recycled. It’s not all bleak, however. HuskeeCup, a Sydney based company is working to make a positive change and essentially reuse and reduce coffee waste. Read on to find out more.

 

Add a little coffee to your beauty routine!
Add a little coffee to your beauty routine!

The chances are you’re a coffee fan if you’re reading this blog - you probably love drinking coffee, love coffee desserts, coffee scents, and so on, but do you know about the beauty benefits of coffee?

What's up with cold brew coffee?
What's up with cold brew coffee?

Like the taste of coffee but think it’s too harsh on your stomach? Love iced coffee but find the coffee getting too watery with the addition of ice? Cold brewed coffee might just be the thing for you!

Nature's Little Recyclers
Nature's Little Recyclers

Worms probably aren’t front of mind when you think about coffee, yet they play a very big part in coffee production at Bristol Coffee’s Santa Francisca Romana Estates where principally red earthworms named Eisenia Fetida are used to create compost out of coffee pulp and other natural waste via a process called ‘vermiculture.’