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Amount of coffee to use….. Uhhh. Two Scoops?

If you are anything like me the amount of coffee you use for your brew it depends on your mood but getting the ideal flavor out of your coffee requires measuring out the proper amount of your grinds.

Why go to such precise measures if you know what you already like? The answer is simple; the coffee-to-water ratio equation helps create great tasting coffee and unlocks the maximum flavor from of each brew.

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Everyone plans for smooth sailing in all aspects of their beverage program but infusing some turbulence into your daily routine isn’t necessarily a bad thing; in fact it can be an advantage when you use the BUNN® SmartWAVE Combination coffee and tea brewer.

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We have some show-stopping items on the agenda for SCAA Expo 2014 in Seattle. We will be right at the main entrance of the expo hall (Booth #4005), there to greet you with smiling faces and great beverage experiences. Here are a few of the highlights:

trifecta and the SCAA Flavor Wheel
Have you ever wondered if you can change the flavor of a cup of coffee without changing the extraction? Stop by our trifecta area, give the flavor wheel a spin, and see for yourself how Air Infusion® technology can unlock different flavor nuances within a coffee.

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When it comes to famous pairings its unlikely chips and coffee are going to make anyone’s list, but in the case of our AXIOM® RFID brewing system, its an ideal combination in terms of profitability and sustainability.

BUNN uses RFID equipped collars for glass decanters and a unique chip holder for insulated stainless steel thermal decanters. This optimizes operator efficiency by automatically managing coffee freshness, warmer use, and energy management of the compatable brewer.

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Last year during my trip to Guatemala I had the opportunity to witness firsthand the devastating Roya disease that is currently plaguing the coffee crop in Central America.  Roya, or coffee leaf rust, is a parasitic fungus that deprives a coffee plant of nutrients thus denying the leaves any nutrition.   Without its foliage, the plant is unable to breathe and ceases producing fruit and eventually dies. 1

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Don't forget that every Monday we share cool coffee mugs, and coffee mug recipes on BunnAtHome Instagram and BUNN Facebook page!

In case you've missed the last few Mondays here are the mugs we shared. Or y check out our MUG Pinterest board!

If you have a coffee mug that you think is share-worthy snap a picture and share it with us.

We want to see your mug!

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It is not uncommon to hear people compare coffee and wine.    After all both "coffee and wine are from agricultural products---fruits, which are comparably small, sweet, and round---and are best harvested ripe. There's a season for harvest and processing for both. Both can also be identified by variety and origin, and both use many of the same terms to describe beverage sensory perception."  (SCAA Chronicle  http://www.scaa.org/chronicle/2012/07/06/is-coffee-just-like-wine/)

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