Coffee extras and flavourings


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Is it worth choosing a machine with a ceramic grinder?

A ceramic grinder in some cases may be quieter and does not overheat as much as a stainless steel. The benefits of a ceramic grinder are most noticeable when more than 10-15 cups of coffee are made per day.

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What is the difference between ceramic and stainless steel grinder?

There are various opinions when it comes to the question which of these grinders is better. However, all grinders are designed for the same purpose, i.e. to grind the beans and to perform it properly. If you use the coffee machine at home and make up to 20 cups per day, then the choice of the grinder is not that important. Still, each grinder has several differences. Ceramic grinder::

  • Can be more silent depending on the placement in the coffee machine
  • Heats up less when being used constantly and does not additionally heat (burn) the beans.
Stainless steel grinder:
  • Is considered to be more durable when large amounts of coffee are being made
  • Can be less sensitive to the waste that got into coffee (unroasted coffee beans, pebbles etc.)

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What is Cold Brew Coffee?

Cold brew - cold brewed coffee. The ground coffee is prepared by pouring cold water and leaving it to mature for several hours. It can be prepared by yourself without the use of any devices: we pour coarsely ground quality coffee with cold water (in the ratio 1: 5, and if we want to prepare the dilutable concentrate - in the ratio 1: 2). We leave for several hours to mature in a cool place. After that we knock out the thick and we can enjoy it for even a few weeks. If we don’t want to “play with the thicken,” we can purchase a special Cold Brew coffee tool. Cold brew coffee is especially popular during the warm season because it is extremely fresh, tonic (high in caffeine) and sweet. It is especially tasty to drink just like that, seasoned with ice cream. Cold brew concentrate is also used to flavor desserts.

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