Helping everyone make better coffee at home and live a happier life.
This is a site for people who love a good cup of coffee.
For people who want to make the best coffee at home, within their budget.
For those who love simple and practical solutions.
It’s a place to dive in deep, and embrace the joy of one of our basic needs: coffee, and to make every moment of our coffee ritual easy and enjoyable.
My mission is to help you improve your routine of making coffee at home.
I want it to become quick and effortless.
And I want us to enjoy the best cup of coffee without spending a fortune.
What We Believe
A good, tasty morning cup of coffee is a necessary foundation for happiness and success in daily life.
But, brewing coffee at home should not be expensive. Or take too much time.
It should be driven by a sprinkle of inspiration, connection to resources, and desire to improve your coffee game.
We are not here to turn into coffee snobs!
The basics of good homemade coffee can be learned and achieved by all.
I want to help you do just that… create a simple coffee routine… make it practical… and make it fit your lifestyle perfectly.
Simple, practical, affordable, straightforward.
What you won’t find here
Overpriced equipment, fluff, and judgment.
This blog is a place for average Joes who want to enjoy a cup of Joe (no pun intended).
We don’t do siphon brewing, the world’s most expensive coffee, or measuring each coffee bean.
You won’t be judged for using a k cup machine because it’s “a lousy way to make coffee”. In fact, I often write about Keurig coffee makers.
If my community loves something and needs help with it, I write about it.
Where Should I Start?
You can start browsing right from the homepage, or you can browse our most popular categories below:
Coffee recipes – a collection of easy coffee recipes you can make at home in no time. They are a breeze to make and call for basic ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Keurig – I follow this brand from the very beginning, so I’m kind of specialized in this topic. If you own a Keurig machine you will find a ton of useful information in our Keurig guide.
Manual methods – manual brewers are perfect for many reasons. They are plastic free; don’t require space and electricity and they make perfect coffee. While some try to make a science out of it, I have a different approach on this blog.
Simplify and fit it into your lifestyle. You’ll learn how to brew with Chemex or French press but without fancy accessories or extra effort.
Shopping guides – coffee maker is not something we buy often. So, it’s worth doing some research before shopping for one. To help you find the best brewer for your home and budget, I have shopping guides for all coffee maker categories.
Knowledge Base– what is an americano, what is a breve, coffee roast levels, caffeine content. All the basic stuff you might want to learn about coffee and popular coffee drinks.
Is this blog sponsored by a coffee manufacturer?
This is a personal blog. We don’t get sponsored by big brands. All opinions on this blog are my own and my readers always get an honest opinion.
If I collaborate with a brand, it’s clearly stated in the article. One of the requirements I have for these collaborations is that my reviews are my own. So you always get real and honest opinion.
Do you sell any products
This blog is created by a coffee lover for coffee lovers. It was created for informational purposes. I do not sell products of my own on this blog.
The blog is a part of the Amazon Affiliate Program and an Ad Display Network. Currently, that is the only way we make money through this blog. I appreciate it greatly when you do purchase stuff through ads and Amazon links on this blog.
Can I write a guest post for your site?
Thanks for asking, but I do not (nor have I ever) have guest posts on my blog. It’s just something I do as a way to keep things more personal and authentic on this blog.
I love hearing from you. I encourage you to let me know how you like a recipe, if you have a specific question or have suggestions for how we can improve.
Emails can be sent to danijela at coffeestylish dot com.