Results tagged with 'Coffee'
Published Jan. 15, 2015
Like baking or winemaking, roasting coffee is both science and art. A ham-fisted roaster can easily mess up the science and destroy the coffee. But learning how to not ruin good beans is not enough to create amazing coffee. The art dances around the edges; that is where a real artist - using time and heat and other factors - can create sublime roasts that result in a stellar cup of java. This I learned when I recently spent a day with the good folks at Valentine Coffee Roasters, 5918 W. Vliet St.
Published Nov. 2, 2014
After almost 30 years of working in the service industry, Richard Kerhin opened his own place, Richard's Cafe, in early October. Recently, OnMilwaukee.com swung by for coffee and a sandwich.
Published Oct. 24, 2014
It's the little things, isn't it? Like today when I stopped at London Cleaners to pick up my shirts.
Published Oct. 9, 2014
Lindsay Garric reports on what it's like for a caffeine lover to go a month without drinking coffee.
Published Oct. 6, 2014
Anodyne Coffee Company, the Milwaukee-based coffee roastery and cafe, will open at the Milwaukee Public Market on Tuesday, Oct. 7, making it the latest addition to the Historic Third Ward destination.
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Question: I’ve been having a tough time with my energy levels for my 6am workouts. I was thinking coffee might help with this, but it seems like it’s always getting mixed reviews. Any cause for concern before a workout? Answer: First things first. If you’re experiencing low ener...
I am a huge fan of specialty coffees. I'm such a fanatic that I even worked as a barista at a coffee shop in England while studying abroad. Now that I have a grown-up job, my morning ritual includes stopping by a Starbucks, Alterra or other local coffee shop for an iced coffee, mocha or some sort...
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