Finding the balance between Difference Coffee's specialty coffee and milk offers
pleasantly rich flavours and mouthfeel.
THE WORLD OF DIFFERENCE
Share our thirst for knowledge and coffee! We would like to share with you our favourite receipes from legendary chefs, our journeys to find the world’s rarest beans and a whole lot more.
Amir Gehl talks to Omar about coffee and creating the ultimate capsule coffee.
"I imagine a world where every coffee drunk in a Michelin-starred restaurant, a luxury hotel, or at home with a Nespresso machine is a Specialty."
Home espresso machines are commonly set to 9 bar pressure, but what makes this espresso pressure the gold standard for extracting consistently great brews?
Italian water isn't superior to the rest of the world's, as coffee myths might have you believe. But, if not the water, then why is Italian coffee so good?
Many coffee drinkers mistake bitterness for strength. It’s easy to do, as the unpleasant levels of bitterness typical of poor quality coffee overwhelm the tastebuds. It's a sensation easily, but incorrectly, attributed to the coffee’s strength.
Coffee humidity links are often blamed for inconsistencies in quality. However, humidity is rarely to blame for a bad brew.
With an ideal coffee brewing temperature between 92.2 to 94.4°C, even the savviest of drinkers question 'does boiling water burn coffee beans?
Try chef Danilo Cortellini's Coffee Braised Beef Cheeks Croquettes made with our Hawaii Kona coffee.
Enrico Molino, Brand Ambassador for The Difference Coffee, started his job two years ago, he now deals with 160 clients around the world. An impressive 34 of them are in Italy, boasting 37 Michelin stars between them..
Bill Knott talks to chef and restaurateur Tom Aikens about Muse, memories and cooking a Christmas capon.
Combining two flavoursome treats into one delicious dessert, this coffee chocolate trifle recipe by MasterChef Champion Louisa Ellis pairs dark chocolate mousse with a rich coffee custard.