Coffee insights and advice — coffee advice

How to make great moka pot coffee - YouTube instructional video

coffee advice

How to make great moka pot coffee - YouTube instructional video

Making great coffee with a Moka Pot Moka Pot coffee is a great way to make excellent coffee at home.  The Moka Pot is cheap, easy to clean and use and if you follow some simple instructions a way of providing consistently excellent coffee. The team at Sidewalk Coffee have produced this simple instructional video.  https://youtu.be/-JLoCWOSyvU Please follow our YouTube channel for further updates.  

Read more →


Frothing alpro coconut milk (contains soy) to make a latte - a simple guide with a video!

coconut coffee advice coffee insights health latteart

Frothing alpro coconut milk (contains soy)  to make a latte - a simple guide with a video!

So we did it!  Coconut milk might not be for everyone but if you're trying to cut out dairy it's a great alternative and we can even froth it like standard milk.   Remember to always check the label guys.. Take a look at Dave de Cafe's video demonstration   Preparation We used all the standard equipment: Temperature sensor Steel jug A coffee machine capable of pulling a good espresso shot Getting the right coffee shot An artist needs a canvas!  That canvas in coffee art world is the espresso shot and the 'crema' that gives you the contrast between the...

Read more →


About coffee - from coffee types to UK distribution.

coffee advice coffee insights

About coffee - from coffee types to UK distribution.

A quick guide to coffee bean types and distribution in the UK

Read more →


Making coffee in a cafetiere, simple steps, great coffee.

coffee advice

Making coffee in a cafetiere, simple steps, great coffee.

It's all about the coffee grind and the coffee to water ratio! Actually, there's another dimension. The temperature of the water.   So here's a rough guide to making perfect cafetiere coffee. 1) Ideally, start with freshly roasted beans (less than a month old) 2) Boil the kettle 3) Grind the beans, coarse setting, similar to granulated sugar 4) IMPORTANT - don't let the grounds sit around for more than 15 minutes or so... 5) Depending on your coffee strength preferences, put between 7 and 10 grams of coffee per cup into the cafetiere. So, if you have a 2...

Read more →