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A few ideas for those who would enjoy a caffeinated Christmas. more

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While perusing vintage cookbooks you will find a vast selection of delicious coffee recipes among the yellowed, dog-eared pages. more

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Espresso, that concentrated, knock-your-socks-off coffee served in shot form in a tiny cup, has won its way into America’s coffee-loving hearts. more

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WalletHub ranked Milwaukee 69th out of 100 coffee cities in America. What gives? more

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Roasters such as Valentine Coffee, Hawthorne and others have created delightful mash-ups of coffee shop-meets-bar ambiances. more

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A few quick coffee drink recipes that come together easily and do not require any unusual or pricey ingredients. more

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“Cold brew as a product category has seen an amazing rise in the past five years, and now we are starting to see the category itself evolve and become more innovative.” more

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Fair trade advocates often cite coffee as the consumable that kicked off mainstream awareness of the fair trade movement. more

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Turkish coffee is actually not a type of coffee, but a method of bringing very finely ground Arabica beans to a boil (or near-boil, depending on who you talk to) with sugar. more

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Let’s take a journey beyond the cup and see how coffee is grown, harvested and processed. more

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Ristretto translates to "restrained" in Italian, and refers to the fact that the amount of coffee in a ristretto shot is less than the amount in a normal shot, but is made with the same amount of beans. more

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Judging by the abundance of coffee houses in Milwaukee today, it seems that we have fared well in keeping up with the rest of the country’s third wave of coffee. more

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With Wisconsin’s short but oh-so-sweet summer season comes lots of al fresco drinking and dining. Here are a couple of basic iced coffee drink recipes to get started. more

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An overview of the types of coffee grinds, and how they are best used. more

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Single source coffee provides drinkers with a deeper connection to what they're consuming, and is more socially-responsible. more

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"Put very simply, a great latte embodies the harmonic synergy between the craft of well steamed milk and properly pulled shots of espresso.” more

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Here’s an overview of some of the most popular coffee brewing techniques in use today. more

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We talk to TJ Sizemore, founder of The Milwaukee Coffee Festival, about the mission of the festival, Milwaukee's thriving coffee scene, and the art behind making a perfect cup of coffee. more

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Susie Brkich and Joey Carioti of Cranky Al's talk about being a part a revitalized Wauwatosa community, the importance of family and their visit from a celebrity chef. more

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The opening of Kickapoo Coffee's sleek new Third Ward location marks their emergence into the Milwaukee market. more

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