At Timely, we're not about to start prescribing how you should drink your coffee. One of the best things about coffee is how subjective it is. One person may like their coffee thick as mud, while another may like it bright and floral. There's no right or wrong way to drink coffee, and there's no right or wrong way to make it.
Sometimes it can be hard to know which coffee to choose when everything looks so good. If you bought a Guatemalan coffee and loved it, should you buy another one from the same country? Or should you stick to process or altitude? At Timely, we've got you covered.Continue reading
Beginning to brew coffee at home can be a huge step towards ethical coffee consumption. But with this newfound adventure comes industry jargon and nonsense that’s hard to make heads or tails of. You may have heard of terms like over-extracted and under-extracted, but what does that actually mean? How do you make coffee taste good?Continue reading