Flavored Coffee Filters

flavored coffee filters
    flavored coffee
  • Coffee beans that have been “spiced up” with chocolate, cinnamon, hazelnut, or other spices and flavors.
  • (filter) remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
  • (filter) device that removes something from whatever passes through it
  • A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it
  • A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
  • A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
  • (filter) an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
flavored coffee filters - Keurig Flavored
Keurig Flavored Coffee Variety Pack for Keurig Brewers, 60-Count KCups, Bundled with 2 Organic Green Tea Bags
Keurig Flavored Coffee Variety Pack for Keurig Brewers, 60-Count KCups, Bundled with 2 Organic Green Tea Bags
Enjoy a fresh cup of coffee or tea anytime with these patented K-Cup® "mini-brewers", for use with the Keurig® Gourmet Single Cup Home Brewing System. Each K-Cup contains the precise grind and quantity of coffee or tea, sealed in an airtight package with a built-in paper filter. The brewing process takes place right inside the disposable cup with no messy grinding, dripping or cleanup. Coffee is made with only the freshest 100% Arabica gourmet coffee beans. This bundle includes Keurig Flavored Coffee Variety Pack for Keurig Brewers, 60-Count K-Cups, bundled with 2 Organic Green Tea Bags!

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Vacuum-brewed coffee at Barista
Vacuum-brewed coffee at Barista
Barista 539 NW 13th Ave just below Hoyt 971-230-8000 Barista is a new coffee stop, located on NW 13th where the short-lived Acorn used to be. Barista is owned by Billy Wilson, who I gather has won a lot of barista competitions. I heard that they were brewing coffee in individual vacuum pots, and also that they were featuring other notable roasters from other parts of the country in a sort of "rotating taps" approach. As a fan of the vacuum pot (it's what we use at home) I thought I should give them a try. (Sure I did. also, as a fan of coffee in the afternoon, I thought I should give them a try, but one hangs onto writerly convention now and then.) The first thing you will notice about the vacuum-brewed cups is that they have some numbers next to them that seem odd... 9, 10, 8. Are they ratings? No, friend, that's the price in US dollars. So what you are looking at here is a ten-dollar cup of coffee. It is probably the last time I will pay someone else to brew me a cup of vacuum pot coffee, but it was indeed one of the finest cups of coffee I've had anywhere. This was an Ethiopian bean from Intelligentsia, a Chicago roaster that Billy described as "the Stumptown of the Midwest." Try it. Once. If you like it as much as I do, you'll get your own vacuum brewer and make it at home. Vacuum pots make the best coffee, plain and simple. The brewing process is gentle but thorough, the grounds are kept well away from the flame during the infusion, and the filtering method keeps the coffee absolutely clear and free of grounds or residual oils. It's a great way to taste different varieties of coffee, as the flavors really bloom in the cup. It's also just a good way to get up in the morning. Barista also serve the usual espresso beverages (expertly prepared, one assumes, by an award winning barista) and have a small selection of pastries. I enjoyed two Two Tarts cookies with my artisanal cup.
Clever Coffee Dripper - A full immersion brewing method
Clever Coffee Dripper - A full immersion brewing method
I am really excited about this little filtercone; I think it greatly improves the quality of the coffee you brew. And it is so simple! You get full flavor extraction every time and good body. It differs from a normal filtercone by way of a stopper added to the bottom: water only drains once the filtercone is placed onto a cup. In essence, that means the Clever Coffee Dripper combines the best features of French press and filter drip brewing, eliminating the drawbacks of each. With French press brewing, the water and coffee steep for 3 to 4 minutes (considered the ideal brewing time); but sediment in the cup can be a problem. Brewing with a paper filter is easy and convenient; the problem is lack of control over steeping time (i.e. the coffee begins to drain immediately). By adding a stopper to the filtercone, the Clever Coffee Dripper combines control over steeping time with a sediment-free cup. We call this a "full immersion brewing" method. Like all filtercone brewing methods, you directly control the temperature of the water, ratio of water and coffee and infusion time. As long as the filtercone is kept clean, you can make consistently good coffee. We have more information with photos and tips on using the filtercone at our web site- of course ... Tom --

flavored coffee filters
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