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Common Misconceptions

A common misconception is that lighter coffees contain less caffeine than darker coffees. In fact, lighter coffees actually contain more caffeine.
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September 10, 2013
Do you use Cream?

Tip: Clouds in your coffee

Some believe combining your morning coffee with a high milk-fat cream or even butter and other vitamins creates a chemical bond resulting in a slower releasing caffeine molecule. This helps to smooth out the crash as the coffee's effects wane.
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September 10, 2013
Brew MethodPour-over

Legend has it…

A pour over is the simplest form of drip coffee. This method hadn't even been heard of before WWII when American G.I.'s stationed in Itally requested it at the local cafes. Since the Italians only drank espresso, they poured that on top of hot water. Thus the "Americano" was born.
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September 10, 2013
Brew MethodEspresso

Did you Know…

A lot goes into that 2.5 oz of espresso before your barista handles it. The perfect pull relies on about 20 different variables all coming together in perfect order for that creamy rich flavor to glide across the tongue.
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September 10, 2013
RegularRegular or Decaf?

Tip:

Most mass marketed coffee is blended coffee. The reason coffee roasters blend coffee is to create a consistency of flavor and cover up inferior quality coffees. At Kaladi Brothers Coffee we strive to create blends that are greater than their sum parts.
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September 10, 2013
DecafRegular or Decaf?

Did you Know…

Most decaf coffee comes from lower grade beans that are unfit for specialty coffee demands. Our decafs are prepared from the exact beans as our regular beans. Only after the coffee is approved for our standards is it sent to Vancouver B.C for Swiss Water Decaffeination.
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September 10, 2013