Category Archives: review

Chemex: 3 Reasons Why We Love This Pour-Over and Why You Will Too

Is it just us, or does it seem like there’s been a shift in the coffee community over the last few years. Drip coffee is out, and old-school manual brew methods are in. If you’re a serious coffee drinker, and we’re pretty sure you are since you’re reading this, chances are you’ve had a pour-over…
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Small Batch Organic Coffee Brand Making Big Waves in the Coffee World

People’s Organic Coffee has been buzzing around coffee circles recently as an up-and-coming small-batch brand and critics have been anything but critical.  Founder Lynn Gordon, a pioneer in the industry of natural foods and sustainability, had a vision of bringing eco-friendly foods and beverages to the people of Minnesota and seven locations later and an…
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Gregory’s Coffee Has Limitations, but Nice Flavor

I was able to check out Gregory's Coffee located at 58 W 44th Street in Manhattan's Midtown.  It was a good-sized coffee shop for the real estate it occupied.  It had a warm feeling with its extensive bakery products and multi-colored wooden wall in the back.  It wasn't crazy-busy, but I'm sure it had a…
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The 6 Best-Tasting K-Cups You’ve Never Heard of

Ever since Keurig invented the K-Cup, coffee drinkers have been searching for the best-tasting little plastic contraption they can find.  Companies like Green Mountain, Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts may rule the K-Cup world, but there are some hidden gems that The Bean Buzz wants to share with you.  We have tasted K-Cups from all around…
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