At Disrupt NY in May we had the pleasure of seeing a very cool hardware startup make its debut on the Battlefield, looking to make waves in an industry very...
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Let me guess: the words "Hario grinder" make you picture a small, hand-held grinder. But the Japanese company recently launched their first electric offering for the specialty market: the V60 Electric Grinder, aka the EVCG-8B.
Sleek and affordable, it's been designed with the V60 in mind – yet with 44 grind settings, it's suitable for a wide variety of brewing devices. We've rounded up three videos introducing and reviewing this machine.
Watch to discover what the buzz is all about.
It won’t be long before Rogue One: A Star Wars Story officially hits theaters, which means it’s just about time for another onslaught of Star Wars merchandise.
Most of it is stuff you’ve seen before—toys, figures, re-re-releases of previous films—but an R2-D2 coffee press?
That’ll get us to perk up and pay attention, and not because of all that caffeine....
Watching the liquid move and bubble as it reacts to warmth makes it easy to forget that this is actually a pen!
When it comes to the world of stationery, Japan has given us some of the most unique items we’ve ever seen. There are erasers that take on different hairstyles, magnetic arrows you can write messages on, and pencils that bloom into edible plants in the garden. For some stationery lovers in Japan, though, it’s the rare products from years ago that hold a special allure, and one of those items is the Coffee Siphon Ballpoint Pen.
The 2016 World Brewers Cup Championship took place last weekend in in Dublin, Ireland, and Sprudge Media Network was there to cover the event in its entirety.
Over thirty coffee brewers competed in three days of grinding, manual brewing, and generous eye-contact in front of a panel of international judges.
Only Sprudge has complete coverage of this event, which you can relive in its entirety over at our sister site dedicated to coffee competitions, SprudgeLive.
But for today we want to bring you in to the action packed last day of service—Finals Saturday at the 2016 World Brewers Cup Championship.
Gear, tech, and pink colored gadgets at the World of Coffee Expo in Dublin, Ireland...
While the World Barista Championship 2016 plays out in the ring, the World of Coffee trade show next door is proving to be yet another gala for industry folks to go gaga.
There have been big debuts here, including that of the new Slayer Steam espresso machine we reported on yesterday, along with reengineered Kees van der Westen Spirit and Speedster machines, which we will soon share news about. In the meantime, here are five colorful new and/or newsworthy sights we saw...
Homemade cups of coffee often don't taste as good as the ones you buy in a coffee shop.
But with the right coffee maker, you can get closer to the perfect brew.
To find the best machine, Tech Insider consulted FIKA's CEO, Lars Akerlund. With 17 locations around Manhattan, FIKA is one of the city's fastest growing coffee chains.
Love waking up to the sweet, sweet smell of coffee?
You're clearly not alone, because a coffee-brewing alarm clock has already raised nearly $200,000 on Kickstarter.
The Barisieur touts itself as a "designer coffee and tea alarm clock," which wakes users "with the sound of bubbling water and the smell of freshly brewed coffee or loose leaf tea...
Want to science up your morning coffee? Maybe trying centrifuging it with a new home coffee brewer called the Spinn.
Demoed last week at TechCrunch’s startup showcase/competition Disrupt NY, the Spinn works by spinning coffee (duh) anywhere between 2,000 and 6,000 RPM
The Spinn uses a centrifuge to brew coffee in a whole new way.
In this cold-brew coffee maker review, Consumer Reports looks at five different machines that make cold-brew coffee.
The flavor of cold-brew coffee is determined by the quality of the beans and the water, the amount and grind of coffee used, and the length of time the grounds steep. These cold-brew coffee maker models make the process convenient, but unlike with hot brewing, they do not influence the coffee’s taste.
auroFor some, coffee is akin to art, a daily ritual deserving of one’s special attention and a little extra time. The Auroma One coffee brewer is aimed at those who feel that way, promising high-quality coffee in a single-serve fashion. The maker hawks Auroma as being a “coffee science machine,” and it has a design flavor to match. Counted among its features is the ability to learn the owner’s taste preferences...
When water and coffee are combined for an active method of brewing, it’s usually the water that’s moved through the coffee and not the other way around.
Yet with a novel new brewing system called the American Press, the opposite is true: grounds contained in a sealed filter basket are manually pushed through the water, which presents an intriguing new set of variables to consider...