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Brewlogy is a team of two ex-baristas, Adam and Veronica, who started it as a means to teach the general public about the secrets learned behind the counters of multiple cafes they’ve worked in.

Adam is a more seasoned barista, having taken part in multiple World Barista Championships, and consulting for dozens of new cafes in the state of New York. Adam has also spent a year traveling the African continent exploring coffee beans from places like Ethiopia, Kenya, Zimbabwe, and many others, making him a specialist of African coffee.

Veronica spent 7 years working in various cafes in cities like Tampa, Miami, Houston, and Santa Fe. Her very close relations with the Latino communities in these cities have made her an expert in Latin American coffee beans.

The short version is that we love drinking coffee, we love making it, and we definitely love talking about it. Come join us in our reviews, guides, and much more interesting stuff on Brewlogy!

If you’ve got your own secrets to share or would like to partner with us then feel free to drop us a message on our Contact page!

Welcome to Brewlogy, your encyclopedia for everything about coffee and more!

Feel free to look around and read all the interesting guides, lists, and reviews we’ve written. We guarantee that no matter what your level of knowledge about coffee is, you’ll walk away with at least something new.

Coffee is a more extensive topic than many people think. It looks pretty simple on the surface, right? You just grind the beans and you brew a cup, simple! But not so much for those searching for the best cup of coffee they’ve ever had in their lives. That requires knowledge of roasting levels, types of beans, where to source them, where to buy them, how to grind them, how to brew them, what to use, and much much more.

Here on Brewlogy, we aim to walk you through every single step of making the best cup of coffee you’ve ever had right in your own house.

You will learn about the following here:

Naturally, we have other, more detailed guides on brewing coffee, but those don’t really need categories of your own. We are sure that no matter where you end up on Brewlogy, you will find something interesting to read. Let’s actually show you around a bit.

Top Countries for Sourcing Your Coffee

  • How to serve: Americano, Mocha, Doppio
  • Flavor: Very mild acidity with fruity or peachy undertones

Costa Rican coffee, according to some, is the best coffee on the planet. It’s definitely one of the most popular origin regions of coffee we have reviewed so far.

  • How to serve: Americano, Mocha, Latte, Doppio
  • Flavor: Floral acidity with a chocolatey aftertaste

Guatemala has one of the farthest-reaching coffee cultivation cultures. It’s said that Guatemalan coffee is the purest coffee one can drink.



  • How to serve: Espresso, Americano
  • Flavor: Higher in acidity, fruity

Ethiopia’s coffee history is long and rich with cultural significance. Ethiopian coffee was the first-ever coffee discovered by humanity. Yes, this country is the birthplace of our beloved beverage.

If you want the best coffee, then you need to get it from the countries that produce them. Luckily, we’ve talked about every single country (yes, all 69 of them) that produces coffee on the planet.

Starting from the Philippines and moving all the way over to Costa Rica, you will find information about how all of these countries make their coffee, how they grow it, how they brew it, and what makes them so special.

You will also find information on where to buy this coffee, whether it’s best to buy it on Amazon, or with local vendors. You will also learn what’s the best type of brew as well as the best machine to use for a specific country’s coffee.

Speaking of machines, we’ve reviewed tons of them as well!

Best Coffee Machines to Brew Your Quality Cup

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Precision Brewers are coffee makers that are able to make high-quality coffee in a very short time. Although not as popular as other coffee markets around the world, there still are many people using Precision Brewer to make themselves a good, high-quality cup of coffee every morning.

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The majority of coffee lovers buy whole coffee beans and then grind them on their own. One may ask why some people choose the hard way when you can easily put your coffee in the machine, click the button, walk away, and return to your tasty cup in a matter of seconds. So, why do […]

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Among many grinder types, one that stands out the most is a burr grinder.

Just like there are best coffee beans, there are also best coffee machines to make a brew with them. They are divided into multiple different categories so to say. Things like electricals, automatics, hand-pumped ones and etc.

Feel free to check out our machines page and choose the machine that best suits your needs on brewing the best coffee you’ve ever had.

Top Beans to Use For Your Coffee



  • Flavor Profile: Chocolate, Nuts, Earth
  • Grown in: Indonesian, Filipino, Malaysian, Liberia

Native to western and central African countries like Liberia, Uganda, and Angola, Liberica is truly a one-of-a-kind coffee.



  • Flavor Profile: Slightly woody flavor with higher acidity and sometimes an earthy, almost rubbery aftertaste
  • Grown in: Africa, South-East Asia

Robusta coffee is manufactured from the beans (seeds) of the Coffea canephora plant. Robusta is a plant that originates in central and western Sub-Saharan Africa.



  • Flavor Profile: Most Arabica beans have hints of chocolate, caramel, and nuts, but things like citrus and berries can also be felt in the aftertaste.
  • Grown in: Central & South America, Africa, South-East Asia

Arabica coffee is a higher-quality coffee in terms of both taste and chemical content.

Just knowing where to buy your coffee is not enough to get the best version of it. You also need to be aware of the types of coffee you need to go for to get the best bang for your buck.

There are hundreds of different varieties of coffee, and knowing which ones are recommended and which ones are not, is the best way to navigate around.

Luckily for you, we’ve reviewed 56 different varieties that we believe are the best of the best. Feel free to check them out on our beans page. We’ve even listed some individual brands that are trustworthy to buy from.

Guides Galore

But what if you already know where to buy everything we just talked about? What if the only thing you want to know is how to actually make the perfect cup of coffee your way? Well, no worries about that either.

Espresso, Cappuccino, Americano, Lungo, are just the cream of the crop of coffee brew types we’ve written guides for. Make sure to check them out and follow the very easy step-by-step guides we’ve created for them.

All parts are covered, starting with what ingredients you will need, how much of them, how to mix them to what coffee machine to use. We left no stones unturned.

Enjoy Your Stay With Us!

I hope we haven’t overwhelmed you with all of the information provided here, but it’s something you should definitely know about Brewlogy. If you’re not really a fan of digging through websites to find cool stuff, then feel free to use the “I’m Looking For” tool right at the top of this page to find the exact product you would like to buy.

Don’t worry, you won’t be missing out on anything there, all the product reviews and recommendations come with navigation to read more about the core coffee bean. You will always be aware of what you’re buying and what kind of flavors to expect! Good luck out there fellow caffeine lover!


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