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Chanikuy joy of life

Quechua /ˈkɛtʃwə/ is an indigenous language spoken by around 10 million people living in the Andes and highlands of South America. It’s also known as people’s language or runa simi, and widely known for being the main language of the Inca Empire. Today about 13% of Peruvians speak Quechua. We borrow the Quechua word Chanikuy…
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Pueblo’s Brew Guides: V60 (Pour Over)

The V60 is one of the different pour over or drip brewing methods. Developed by Hario in 2005 it has become quite popular for home brewing enthusiast and even coffee shops have adopted the dripper. The key for the V60 is a continuous fresh water flow and slow pour. The promise a clean cup, good…
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Pueblo’s Brew Guides: Moka Pot

The famous moka pot, macchinetta, caffettiera, stovetop espresso maker, or greca as my grandmother used to call it. It was patented by Luigi de Ponti in 1933 and later acquired and made famous by Alfonso Bialetti. If you have been in Italy you will know that 9 of 10 homes have a macchinetta, probably there are…
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Monserrate, Colombia’s sanctuary.

The name of our first blend “Monserrate” pays tribute to Colombian heritage. Colombian coffee is often considered as one of the highest quality in the world. They traditionally grow Arabica beans, and its unique geography delivers high quality and delicious beans for a remarkable brew. Monserrate rises 3,152 meters above sea level, and it is an iconic landmark in Bogota.…
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