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The Lanna Coffee Beginner's Guide to Cold Brew Coffee

The Lanna Coffee Beginner's Guide to Cold Brew Coffee

Nothing is quite as refreshing as an ice-cold drink on a sweltering Summer’s day. There’s no better way for coffee-lovers to quench their thirst than with a freshly-brewed glass of cold brew. So why not brew your own cold brew at home? Not sure how, here's an introduction to brewing delicious cold brew at home.or straight up, cold brew is a refreshing drink that’s sure to put some pep in your step. 

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The Lanna Coffee Guide to Cupping Coffee

What compels you to pick up a bag of coffee? Is it a cool label design? Maybe it’s from a roaster you’re familiar with? Or, maybe, it’s because of the flavor notes. Words like “Cocoa,” “Cherry,” and “Butterscotch” leap out at you, promising a sensational cup of morning joe. These flavor profiles are a key factor in choosing the coffee we drink, but where do they come from? How do roasteries--like Lanna--decide the words to use? More importantly, how does anyone taste anything other than coffee? The answer: cupping!

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Lanna Coffee 5 ways to brew better coffee at home

5 Ways to Brew Better Coffee at Home

Many of us are brewing coffee at home more than ever before. In fact, according to research conducted by Square, Inc. and the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA), coffee subscription sales alone have increased 109%. So with that in mind, we thought that we'd provide a few simple things you can do to get the absolute most out of your coffee. It's true that brewing coffee is a relatively straightforward task. Coffee grounds go onto a filter, which is then immersed in hot water. While the process is simple, achieving a consistently good cup of coffee can be a challenge. So...

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how should you store your coffee beans?

How Should You Store Your Coffee Beans?

Storing coffee beans is a common question we receive here at Lanna Coffee. And for good reason. If you're going to pay a premium for specialty-grade coffee beans, it makes good sense to try to preserve the freshness and flavor for as long as possible. While we don't necessarily recommend carrying more than a few weeks worth of coffee, although it is certainly tempting, you can do a few simple things to help your coffee stay fresh longer.  The biggest enemies to your coffees continued freshness are air, moisture, heat, and light. Each of these conditions within your environment can have...

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