coffee en Where Y’Eat: A New Coffee Culture Perks Up <p><em>There&rsquo;s a new buzz in the New Orleans coffee scene today, and it&rsquo;s not just the caffeine. At a string of small, independent cafés and even at pop-up stands and roving mobile vendors, New Orleanians can experience an approach that treats coffee more like fine wine than any old commodity cup of Joe.</em></p><p></p><p> Thu, 26 Sep 2013 21:29:00 +0000 Ian McNulty 44704 at Why Cold Brew Coffee Tastes Better Cold brewed coffee has become a popular alternative to traditional iced coffee, which is brewed hot and then poured over ice.<p>Cold brewing is a coffee preparation method that can take up to a day, but Boston-area baristas<strong> Sal Persico</strong> and <strong>San Bellino </strong>say the results are better.<p><h4>San’s &#8216;Hot Bloom&#8217; Cold Brew</h4><p><strong>Ingredients:</strong><p>1 cup hot water (around 205 degrees)<p>7 cups cool water<p>1 lb of coffee, coarsely ground<p><strong>Instructions:</strong><p>Coarsely grind whole bean coffee and place the grounds in a large container Mon, 26 Aug 2013 22:50:50 +0000 JEREMY HOBSON 42608 at