A Electric Percolator Coffee Pot
All of these coffee bloggers know how to make a fabulous cup of coffee. When we say a fabulous cup of coffee, we mean a cup of coffee that exactly matches your taste. Coffee made exactly how you like it.
I want to provide some extra coffee related resources.
Read their pages to learn how to tips on compassionately sourcing coffee beans, how to brew the perfect cup of coffee and learn some tips on the best equipment.
All of these bloggers are ethical and are driven to help everyone from the farmers to the final consumer.
This list of 10 top coffee bloggers, is one of the finest group of coffee lovers there is.
These are all such passionate, dedicated coffee lovers; I used alphabetical order for the listing.
Nick started his site over ten years ago, is a hobby. Loving coffee and writing for a living, starting a blog about coffee was a natural step.
The site, Coffee Detective, started gaining visitors and generated some income.
Nick calls it his “hobby with benefits.”
His site has enough visitors that almost every week, he receives coffee or coffee equipment to test and review.
He feels that he is blessed, that the Coffee Detective is influential with other coffee lovers.
Nick is looking forward to continuing on his coffee path.
Higher Grounds Trading is a real labor of love. In 2001, Chris was in Mexico living and working among the local coffee farmers.
As he came to know and love the people, he asked them what he could do to help. They told him you could sell our coffee.
Chris started trying to help the people by importing one bag of green coffee into the USA.
That was the start of a journey of love.
Higher Grounds Trading works with countries all over the world, adhering to fair trade standards that dictate a living wage for the farmers who grow coffee.
Higher Grounds Trading started a water project which helps brings fresh water to the area.
Higher Grounds Trading is dedicated to providing workers with access to basic healthcare.
Higher Grounds Trading helps to ensure that children can afford to go to school.
John is a coffee enthusiast husband and father of two. His goal is to help readers enjoy a fabulous cup of coffee. He loves the entire process from roasting, brewing and ultimately tasting his coffee.
His real love is brewing coffee manually. He feels brewing the coffee manually the experience a human element, you don’t have the mindless automation of just pushing a button.
His blog covers a wide variety of topics.
He tries to provide information that is useful for both the new coffee enthusiast and the extremely knowledgeable coffee connoisseur.
Clayton Pine and his sister Leslie started Pine Tea and Coffee in 1996.
Clayton with over 42 years of experience is a master tea buyer and taster.
Leslie has over 20 years of experience.
They are committed to high-quality tea blending and coffee roasting.
They love bringing you the best quality tea and coffee possible.
They are award-winning retail and wholesale suppliers of tea and coffee.
He now has specialty gourmet foods, accessories, and syrups.
Tim’s passion led him to own a coffee farm in Columbia.
On this farm, they make compost and use the compost as the only fertilizer.
This soil is tested on a regular basis, and any natural organism that’s needed for the coffee trees to thrive is added.
Tim is passionate about the work and the people.
The goals he focuses on: are to help others and be among the best coffee roasters espresso bars in the world.
From Poul’s passion for great coffee and a desire to build a great coffee community, Transcend Coffee was born.
Poul has built a thriving business and is an established world expert in coffee.
Poul has been invited to judge several international coffee competitions, including some coffee competitions held in foreign countries.
He has a highly popular Transcend Coffee podcast
Matt grew up around the specialty coffee industry.
Matt’s father, Bruce, was in the specialty coffee industry.
Matt has helped hundreds of small coffee shops along with large coffee businesses all over the world.
The experience Matt gained from helping hundreds of coffee shops and coffee businesses, give him the confidence to purchase a coffee roaster from a Swiss company.
Matt and his father Bruce used the opportunity created by buying a coffee roaster, to add a roasting and retail business in the same building with the American Barista and Coffee School in Portland, Oregon.
They have a program that allows baristas to travel to the coffee farms and see how important direct trade is and how it influences farmers lives.