How water extraction affects your coffee

Water extraction is essentially the process of how water takes the coffee out of the coffee bean and makes coffee. It’s super important, but few people actually know what it is. You may know that your slow drip coffee maker has a setting that changes “strength” of the coffee, and a number of other things. But what does that actually mean, and how can you use that to get a better cup of coffee?

7 Coffee Myths Debunked or Confirmed, with Zach Galifianakis Pictures

With all of the fake news and alternative facts going around, it’s tough to tell what’s what. After all, even Snopes.com the purported unbiased fact checkers have been called into question lately. So, where do you go? Well, if it’s coffee-related, we’ve got you covered; but we needed a trusted face to help you remember these coffee myths. So, without further ado, here are 7 coffee myths with Zach Galifianakis:

Washed vs unwashed coffee processes- which is better?

You might immediately assume that simply because one process is referred to as the unwashed process, that your coffee is covered in dirt and grime and is therefore inferior, but you’d be wrong.

If you didn’t know it already, coffee beans are actually more like coffee seeds that come from inside coffee fruit, like so:
That’s right, coffee is more of a berry, so you’re not lying when you say that you had fruit juice with your breakfast.

The unwashed method is also known as the drying method, and works like this:

Dunkin Donuts sells 6-packs now… 6-packs of iced coffee in plastic bottles

For those of you who just want your morning jolt, but have yet to build up the tolerance to deal with a line, a barista, or virtually any form of human interaction, you’re in luck! Dunkin’ Donuts has announced their bottled ice coffees. On their news release, they stated:

We have introduced Dunkin’ Donuts Bottled Iced Coffee at thousands of retailers and participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide. From your local convenience store to the supermarket, you can enjoy the great Dunkin’ flavor anytime with Dunkin’ Donuts Bottled Iced Coffee wherever you go.
Perhaps the second most shocking fact in that announcement is that Dunkin’ Donuts apparently has restaurants–

Dunkin Donuts sells 6-packs now… 6-packs of iced coffee in plastic bottles

For those of you who just want your morning jolt, but have yet to build up the tolerance to deal with a line, a barista, or virtually any form of human interaction, you’re in luck! Dunkin’ Donuts has announced their bottled ice coffees. On their news release, they stated:

We have introduced Dunkin’ Donuts Bottled Iced Coffee at thousands of retailers and participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide. From your local convenience store to the supermarket, you can enjoy the great Dunkin’ flavor anytime with Dunkin’ Donuts Bottled Iced Coffee wherever you go.
Perhaps the second most shocking fact in that announcement is that Dunkin’ Donuts apparently has restaurants–