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COFFEE HISTORY: CAPUCHIN OR CAPPUCCINO

What does this coffee drink Cappuccino have in common with Capuchin monkeys? They’re both named after the friars or monks of the order of the minor Capuchin. More precisely, the dark ring around the milk foam resembles the tonsure, the traditional haircut of the monks of this order. As does the fur of the primates. … Continued

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RECIPES: CAFE CON MIEL

If you love fall and are already over all things pumpkin spice, try this Spanish alternative full of autumnal flavors Cafe Con Miel (coffee with honey). Add a pinch of nutmeg and ground cardamom to a shot of espresso. Layer steamed milk on top and dust with cinnamon. Stir with a spoonful of honey to … Continued

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ART MEETS COFFEE: MARIE SPAULDING ART

             Two things that have always gone together is art and coffee. Many coffee houses feature local artists while their customers can enjoy being surrounded by beauty while sipping coffee. However, over the last year many coffee houses have moved to take out and drive through leaving local artists in … Continued

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RECIPES: ORANGE COLD BREW SPRITZER

Beat the heat with this surprisingly delightful mocktail. Fill a tall glass halfway with ice, pour in six ounces of orangina (or a similar orange soda) and six ounces of cold brew coffee. Twist an orange peel over the glass to release the essential oils and stir to marry the flavors. Enjoy this unique bitter-sweet … Continued

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TIPS: BEST COFFEE BREWING METHODS

Here is a great article from Lorena Romo on best at home coffee and tea home brewing methods.

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RECIPES: Espresso Martini
The Drink of The Summer

Stay up all night with this drink of the summer, Espresso Martini. Pour two ounces of vodka into an ice-filled shaker. Add one ounce of espresso or cold brew espresso concentrate (Coffee Hound’s Espresso), half an ounce of simple syrup, and coffee liqueur such as Kahlua. Shake and strain into a Martini glass. Add some coffee … Continued

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TIPS: Cleanliness is Critical for Coffee

There are so many ways to make coffee at home. Whether you use a pour-over, French press, Aeropress, single-serve brewers such as Keurig and Nespresso, home espresso machines, coffee pot brewers, or stovetop espresso makers. Of course, cold versions for cold brew coffee. I have many of the aforementioned at home. My go-to for my … Continued

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Tips: To Grind or Not to Grind, That is the Question

The number one question we get asked all the time is, “Do I buy already ground coffee or buy whole beans and grind the coffee before making it”? The answer is if you want to elevate the taste and experience of your morning cup of coffee, then grinding it just before making it will get … Continued

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PRESS: Coffee Hound Coffee Co. & Maine Internet Radio Announce “Coffee Conversations”

“Hello there, how are you? What can I get for you? Sure thing! Where are you from?” “No kidding, I’ve been there! The crosswalk downtown. The one that Jimmy Stewart walks you across the street. I must have crossed the street 15 times just to talk to him!” One of the greatest things about our … Continued

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PRESS NEWS CENTER MAINE: Big Gig ‘Pitch-Off’ helps local entrepreneurs grow their business

Original Story News Center Maine  BANGOR, Maine — For entrepreneurs, getting an idea off the ground is tough, but the real challenge is growing your business. There are plenty of organizations and resources in the Bangor region for start-up companies to reach out to. Still, one group comprises multiple municipalities, universities, and business leaders aimed … Continued

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