Our Top 16 Favorite Coffee

Our Top 16 Favorite Coffee

1.Bean Ground

After working in coffee shops throughout the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, Mark at Bean Ground now finds himself testing and experimenting with coffee in his own home. Learn how to brew coffee in the comfort of your own home by following along with a plethora of brew guides. Learn about the best equipment for you with the easy-to-follow product reviews available.

  1. Manual Coffee Brewing

Outside of the 9-5 life, John at Manual Coffee Brewing enjoys roasting coffee at home and sharing his experiments with his followers. Learn about different techniques of home brewing, including pour-over and immersion. Manual coffee brewing is great if you are branching out into a home brewing hobby. Make sure to read product reviews and learn about John’s tastes through his coffee shop reviews.

  1. Coffee Beans Delivered

Coffee Beans Delivered was started by a reformed coffee-hater — but don’t let that put you off. This information-packed blog covers everything from the latest coffee craze (TikTok coffee) to flavor profiles from areas as diverse as Rwanda, Guatemala, and Burundi. Expect tips, tricks, and delicious, foolproof recipes.

  1. Coffee Brew Guides

Garrett Ode is a home-brewing fanatic providing brewing guides for like-minded followers. Coffee Brew Guides articles cover product reviews, information guides on sustainability, and how-to guides. The website is packed with information on coffee work and is designed in a way that you could sit there for hours and not even realize the wealth of knowledge you’re absorbing.


  1. Coffee Channel

Here’s our shameless plug. If you’re a keen coffee enthusiast wanting to brew coffee at home, this is the blog for you to follow. Coffee Channel’s resources are complete with buying guides for both coffee grinding and brewing instruments, comparisons of brewing techniques, and “best of” lists. Improve your current barista skills, or start learning with the articles available, such as “choosing the right bean,” “different types of roasting,” and information on the consumption of coffee. Keep up to date with new gadgets available in the coffee industry.

  1. The Way to Coffee

Traveling from cafe to cafe, Resi is waiting as that next cup of coffee is being prepared, ready to delve into an analysis of what is on offer. Resi has an extensive list of coffee shop reviews nicely categorized by continent, country, and city (also conveniently presented on a map) on her blog The Way to Coffee. The blog is good for travelers who want to discover new places and start the day off with a great cup of coffee. If you loved that cup of coffee you just consumed, look up her guides on roasting and brewing so you can make it exactly the same at home.

  1. Pact Coffee

Want to learn about the whole process of coffee making? Pact Coffee focuses its efforts on locating the best beans in the world, sourcing directly from the origin, ensuring a sustainable production method is adopted. Read stories about the communities your beans have been sourced from. There are many informative pieces, including brewing guides and recipes. You can spend hours exploring the informative blogs and stories available. The website is Pact-ed with useful information.

  1. Coffee Lands

We all have our routines to get our coffee fix, whether it be a homebrew or at a local cafe. As we wait patiently, we can be blissfully ignorant of the efforts that have gone into providing us with that delicious hit of caffeine. Coffee Lands’ literature illustrates the ethical trade of coffee and introduces us to the grinding work of kickstarting coffee production. Coffee Lands’ projects are coordinated by Catholic Relief Services (CRS), whose mission is to support vulnerable people living in poverty overseas. You can donate to CRS on the website and follow along with initiating projects.


Aaron Frey is on a worldwide hunt for the best coffee. He has explored countries in Asia, Europe, and Latin America, and several states in the US. Learn about the coffee cultures of these places as you read along with Aaron’s journey. FRSHGRND has a strong focus on reviewing both coffee gear and coffee shops. View the recommended coffee shops on a nicely displayed world map, along with a grading scale. Aaron’s goal is to be able to find that best cup of coffee and share it with all of us. You can support his blog through the online shop available.

  1. European Coffee Trip

Resident or traveler in Europe? Love to enjoy a good cup of coffee? Sign up for European Coffee Trip to be in the know about the best coffee available. The writers are on the hunt for the best coffee in different European cities, and they share their experiences with their followers. The website neatly displays each European city with a beautiful picture in a tiled layout. All the knowledge you need for your city is just a click away. In addition to the city guides, check out the current events and featured cafe lists. Not a reader? Listen to one of their podcasts instead! It couldn’t be more accommodating.

  1. Veneziano Coffee

Based in Australia, Rocky Veneziano and Craig Dickson started the Veneziano Coffee blog supporting local cafes in learning how to improve and grow their businesses. This is a perfect blog for cafe owners and professionals looking for additional staff training and maintaining currency in the industry. Rocky and Craig share their knowledge and experiences, new discoveries within the industry, and coffee professionals’ celebrations. The site is complete with an online shop, an events list, and barista training in addition to their blog posts.

  1. Spurge

The abstract name Spurge, meaning “coffee crumbs, blotches, and splats” was intelligently invented for this blog. It grabs the reader’s attention and brings us into the enticing world of coffee. This blog is great for both individuals and professionals who are seeking up-to-date industry and news events. Keep in the know with coffee professional interviews. Sip a coffee from a shop listed in the coffee city guides while you listen to the available podcasts. Support spurge by purchasing merchandise available in the online shop.

  1. Barista Hustle

With years of experience as a coffee brewer and in writing award-winning content, Matt Prefer at Barista Hustle is a barista from Melbourne, Australia who offers an educational blog within the coffee industry. It allows baristas and coffee professionals to improve their skills with the online courses available. Stock up on gear, and don’t forget to sign up for the coffee subscription.

  1. The Coffee Compass

Combine a coffee educator, a brewer, and a roaster, and add a touch of technical expertise, and you have yourself an irresistible blog: The Coffee Compass. Michael Butterworth and Darren Jennings blend their skills dishing up inspiration in craft coffee. It’s great for the coffee professional to keep up with coffee news, read reviews of different coffee brands, and follow along on the map of reviewed coffee shops.

  1. Five Senses Coffee

From the coffee bean farmers, to the coffee roasters and eventually to the cafes, each type of person involved in the coffee chain has a collaboration with Dean Gallagher, the founder of Five Senses Coffee. Learn about the coffee journey, sustainable processes, and his goals for a Utopian future. Get a glimpse of the communities starting the process at origin, and shop for products and coffee. Enroll in barista training or involve yourself in community projects. The Five Senses blog is terrific for both the individual and the professional in the industry.

  1. Barista Institute

Interested in joining a community that’s avid about the coffee world? Barista Institute is a community of Nordics and Baltics who have flourished in the coffee industry with the knowledge, skills, and passion they have shared. Stay knowledgeable with industry news and interviews with your coffee idols. An event calendar is available with barista training courses. Give the recipes a whirl, and don’t forget the how-to guides on equipment use and many more topics.


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