In recent years there’s been a noticeable increase in the demand for non-dairy milk alternatives for coffee. This surge has mainly been driven by health concerns regarding cow’s milk, dietary restrictions, as well as some coffee drinkers who are simply looking for other ways to spice up their regular espresso. Luckily enough many of the UK supermarkets now have an extensive range of dairy alternative milks both fresh and UHT. By ditching your regular milk, you’ll also discover that you can elevate your coffee to a whole new level because some of these milk substitutes can provide all sorts of textures and tastes!
How to make Forthy Coffee (part 2)
How to make a frothy coffee (Part 1)
Are you having problems with frothing your milk? No matter what you do, you cannot get that frothy coffee you desire.
In this 2 part blog we look at common pitfalls and then the way to make the perfect milk foam.
How to Taste an Espresso - a beginners guide
One of the most important skills you can learn is how to taste espresso. Here’s how you can develop your very own coffee barista superpower.
Espresso machines can steam milk, dose, and even tamp, but so far, no machine can actually taste coffee.That’s where humans and not A.I. comes into play.
There are many different flavours to be found in an espresso, therefore is advantageous to understand the good flavours so that you can avoid the bad. This is a skill any coffee lover wants to master.
In this article, I will keep things relatively simple and focus on four main attributes: Aroma, Body, Flavour, Acidity, and Finish.