Given up on the idea of buying top-quality coffee from the supermarket? In fact, there’s no reason your local store can’t provide you with a decent brew at a decent price. We explain what to look for.
Fresh beans, freshly ground. That’s the key to consistently great coffee at home. Here’s four hand grinders to help you on that journey. Photo : Gary Smith.
Coffee and beer, on the face of it, may not appear to share many things in common. One’s a stimulant; one’s a relaxant. One’s mostly drunk in the morning; one’s mostly drunk at night. But as we all know, opposites attract, and the marriage of these two beverages has been giving pleasure to drinkers for the past couple of decades. Photo by Bentley Creative
If you can’t be without coffee even in the middle of nowhere, what are your options? We sent Jess Ansell, accompanied by coffee blogger Brian Williams, into the Surrey Hills to see what would and wouldn’t work when brewing in the great outdoors. Photo by Elke Frotscher.
We bid a sad farewell to our long-term Conti CC100
Kibingo by Square Mile Coffee Roasters
Kilimbi #4501 roasted by Colonna
The new wave of auto drip brewers promise a perfect cup of coffee at the touch of a button, but can they deliver? We put three through their paces