Page 3 - Coffee & Beverages
Up your entertaining game with a high-energy station stocked with a different kind of brew. Find out how to make your own festive coffee bar with these great ideas.
Coffee beans can lose their flavor without proper handling. Here’s how to store your stash to ensure the perfect brew every time
Hot chocolate is the quintessential winter drink, so naturally we thought it would be fun to spice it up this holiday season. Check out our ideas for creating a magical and fun hot cocoa station at your next holiday gathering.
We’ve put together tips for creating your own Hot Chocolate Bar at your next holiday party, complete with a variety of toppings and mix-ins. So invite some friends over,
Want to learn the secret to hosting a stress-free holiday party or gathering? Two words: batch cocktails. This holiday-spiced mulled wine recipe is perfect for a crowd.
With batch cocktails, guests will happily help themselves to a celebratory and refreshing drink, while you’re free to mingle, greet new arrivals and catch up with old friends.
While the beans are always the thing we obsess about when we talk about making really delicious coffee, there’s actually another ingredient involved that is—believe it or not—possibly even more important to your finished brew: Water!
For a special occasion—particularly one you’re sharing with a partner or a friend—it's nice to mix things up (literally) with a new cocktail or two. Try one (or more) of these great drink recipes this Valentine’s Day.
There are two key ways to make the perfect iced coffee at home: cold brew or hot brew over ice. Both techniques are easy to master, but here's how the recipes and preparation differ, as well as the right tools to help you master the job.
Why worry about watering down your iced coffee with regular (read: boring) ice cubes, when you can hack your favorite cold drink by using coffee ice cubes instead?
Coffee over ice cream is a classic, delicious and, perhaps most importantly, easy dessert. Learn how to make this sweet Italian drink (and how to upgrade it) with these tips—no espresso machine required.