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Coffee Roaster's Blog

The Nucleus blog offers insight into coffee roasting, detailing the science from thermal processes to chemical transformations. It highlights ethical sourcing and the integration of sustainable technologies, aiming to educate on how these elements combine to produce coffee that's both exceptionally tasty and environmentally friendly.

Comment faire un Aerocano - Recette

Jun 16, 2024 ● Louis-Charles Blais

Comment savourer les arômes d'un parfait espresso allongé avec la douceur et le rafraichissement d'un café glacé? L'aerocano! Encore très peu connu, ce breuvage froid à base d'espresso et d'eau rappelle un américano ou un allongé, mais en version glacée et légèrement veloutée. Qu'est-ce qu'un Aerocano ? Il s'agit littéralement...


Don’t throw out your old coffee!

Jun 4, 2024 ● Louis-Charles Blais

Old coffee may smell like nothingness, it doesn’t mean it has no potential at all to produce a great cup. There are a couple things we can do to reduce the perceived bitterness and increase the flavor. All those things are aimed at one single goal : reduce the extraction...


How To Make An Affogato - Recipe

May 14, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

The affogato is one of my favorite Italian desserts, blending the bold flavors of espresso with the creamy richness of gelato or ice cream. Perfect for coffee lovers with a sweet tooth, it's surprisingly simple to make at home. It’s incredibly easy to make and with two ingredients, you'll have...


How To Make A Latte - Recipe

Apr 30, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

The latte is loved everywhere for its creamy and subtle coffee flavor. How do you make a great latte at home? All you need is a few essential tools and our guide. You'll learn not only to make the classic hot latte but also how to vary it with different...


How To Make A Cappuccino - Recipe

Apr 20, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

A cappuccino elevates coffee art by blending the bold taste of espresso with the smoothness of frothy milk, offering a complex alternative to plain espresso or Americano. This guide will help you master making one at home. What’s a Cappuccino? A cappuccino is typically made from one shot of espresso...


How To Make An Americano - Recipe

Apr 7, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

Unlike the quick, intense burst of espresso, an Americano offers a longer, more nuanced coffee experience. By diluting espresso with hot water, it bridges the gap between the strength of espresso and the mildness of filter coffee. Dive into our article to make your Americano at home. The origin of the...


The Turning Point In Coffee Roasting

Apr 4, 2024 ● Louis-Charles Blais

When roasting coffee, you could easily say the temperature of your beans is one of the (if not the) most important variable to have access to. It can be tricky to get a perfect reading of your bean temperature as many variables come into play to mess up readings and...


How To Make A Flat White - Recipe

Apr 1, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

Gaining popularity fast, the Australian flat white remains as appealing as ever, nearly a decade since its introduction in North America. Occupying a sweet spot between the latte's size and the cappuccino's creaminess, the flat white offers a unique and delightful coffee experience. If you're making it at home or...


How To Make A Cortado? - Recipe

Mar 30, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

Gaining popularity recently, the cortado remains somewhat a hidden coffee for most people. Coming from Spain, the term "cortado" means "cut," referring to the blending of equal parts espresso and steamed milk. This coffee is quite strong ans tasty. Origin of the cortado The cortado comes from the Spanish Basque Country...


The Drying Phase - Coffee Roasting

Mar 22, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

If you read of Coffee Roasting Basics, you know that there are multiple stages in coffee roasting. Notably, the drying phase is the first one, here are essential facts about the drying process process. Drying Phase We have recently seen Read

Coffee Roasting Basics - How To Roast Coffee

Mar 15, 2024 ● Louis-Charles Blais

Coffee roasting might seem mysterious, yet it's grounded in science to craft the ideal morning brew. Despite the information online and some misconceptions, understanding the basic principles of coffee roasting remains key. This introduction to coffee roasting demystifies the basics. Why We Roast Coffee It...


Green Bean Coffee Moisture For Roasting

Mar 13, 2024 ● Jasmin Tétreault

Roasting green coffee beans is science that transforms the raw, green seeds into the richly flavored beans that coffee enthusiasts treasure. Central to this transformation is the moisture content within the green beans before they hit the roaster. But what happens when this crucial factor is pushed to its limits? Through...