Find the right age of your coffee

We often see people who love to brew super fresh coffees. Well.... I wouldn't say that this is wrong as there are also coffees that are tasty when it's fresh. However, in most cases, it's better to age the beans at least a few days after the roast.In

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Normcore Style Brewing Method - 'Chanho-Tornado'

There have been a number of people who asked about how we brew our coffee and what the standard recipes are. So, in this article, how to do the 'Chanho-Tornado' method and why we do this will be discussed.In 2014, this method was originated from the

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How we approach to brewing new coffee

It has often been asked how we should approach to brewing a new coffee bean. In general, I always recommend that having your own standard brewing method is great as a starting point. But you don't need to worry that you have no standard way of brewin

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Espresso and Roasting - 1

Everyone would have different opinions about this topic which is the correlations between roasting style and espresso. This topic might be subjective but it will explain enough about our roasting style and how baristas in Normcore approach in adjusti

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Do you even measure?

It hasn't been that long for baristas to measure the coffee extractions. If you remember the cafes back in the 2000's, most of the cafes were using manual grinders. Most of them were not using a scale to measure how many grams they were dosing and we

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Atmosphere and Coffee

When we drink coffee, there are some elements affecting our taste. According to Wang and Spence(2015), what is surrounding us such as colour, music, and lighting affects our taste and preference. So, in this article, how we control our atmosphere is

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