Everything You Wanted to Know About Espresso But Were Afraid to Ask
Join me and Home Brew Coffee Consulting as we delve into all things Espresso with Spectrum Coffee. This Sunday, June 26, 2022 at Lower Quality in Long Island City, for two sessions 11am and 1pm, Sam and Gino will be upping out Espresso Geek Game. If you’ve ever had any curiosity about what exactly goes…
Home Brew Workshop: This Sunday!
Join us as we discuss the different variables that go into making great coffee at home. 11am, Sunday, April 17, 2022 We partnered up with Home Brew Coffee Consulting and Spectrum Coffee Roasters (some of my underground favs) to create a small event where we will learn all about how to make impressive coffee at…
Finding the Best Coffee Shops While Traveling
Of course, best case scenario, you hire some one like me to take you on a coffee tour when you are visiting a city. We know the ins and outs; we can tell you the little bits of info that make a coffee shop the best coffee shop in NYC or wherever you are visiting.…
Coffee Tasting On YouTube
Hello coffee-lovers! I’m experimenting with doing a bit of coffee tasting on YouTube with Angels Cup coffee subscription service! Consider subscribing and commenting/liking/disliking to let me know what you think. This is an experiment, so I’m making changes best on your suggestions. Here’s the Coffee Tasting Vocabulary that I use in the video.
Top 4 Things about a Pour-over in the Morning
My morning coffee routine… a love letter. #1 The Pour-over Set-up: Buying Yourself Some Time The gas stove quick-lights with resolve. So different from how I snooze-button-delayed my way out of bed. The light catches–as they say–the air caught and transformed to blue-yellow heat. The kettle rests on the stove like a rocket balancing on…
Geeking out After Reading Erin Meister’s NYC Coffee: A Caffeinated History
Click through for a presentation inspired by Erin Meister’s new book, New York City Coffee: A Caffeinated History. Coffee History Lesson Time! If you are a true coffee geek or just a lover of all things New York, this book is definitely worth a read. Meister takes us from the water fronts and cobblestones…
Fast vs Slow: A Stump the Roaster Recap
Last Wednesday, Erin Meister, author of New York City: A Caffeinated History, moderated a panel of 6 coffee roasters in the New York City scene. The event was sponsored by Cafe Imports and Birch Coffee at their roastery in Long Island City. After a certain amount of free food and beer, the vibe was a family…
Angel’s Cup: Small Roasters Curated to Your Mailbox
Angel’s Cup Coffee Subscription aims to bring a variety of roasters to your doorstep. They aren’t the only one, but they are the best. If you are interested in getting freshly roasted, quality small batch coffee delivered to your little kitchen many places would like to be your coffee servant via your local post…
Tribeca Coffee Tour!
Learn about our coffee tour of TriBeCa!
Joe Coffee’s Classes: Home Brew Methods
In the heart of the FlatIron District, surrounded by fitness boutiques and doughnut shops, tucked away on 21st, you will find Joe Coffee‘s Headquarters. In the front an espresso machine, grinder, drip brewer, and a lot of talent will serve you amazing single source coffee–a different kind each day! In the back, behind a half…