Here at Coffee Cicerone we live and breathe coffee, but we can only produce content so quickly. If you love coffee as much as we do, it might not be enough to satisfy your cravings.
Luckily there are millions of people who love coffee as much as you do, and there are thousands of blogs and websites devoted to this delicious beverage. We've taken the time to go through dozens of them and pick out the very best for your consumption, so you'll always have something worthwhile to read.
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Sprudge is the ultimate home of coffee culture on the internet. Their news section features everything from new coffee shop openings to changes in coffee culture around the world. They also offer a podcast, a coffee-centric job board, and even a wine section.
Founded in 1997, CoffeeGeek has managed to stay active for 20 years. The news section hasn't been frequently updated since 2016, but there are hundreds of articles to sift through and the forums are still quite active. If you have a question about coffee, you're sure to find the answer somewhere on this website.
Jim Hoffman, one of the most well-respected figures in the modern specialty coffee industry, runs this blog on all things coffee. He started this blog in 2004, so there are hundreds of articles to read through. Both coffee professionals and regular coffee lovers will find something to enjoy on this site.
The Coffee Compass was created to introduce regular coffee drinkers to the world of craft coffee. This blog will keep you up to date on all the most interesting coffee producers, roasters, baristas, and coffee/coffee related products.
Perfect Daily Grind was created in 2015 and has quickly become one of the most widely loved specialty coffee blogs. They focus on "the story behind the coffee" and offer both industry news and home brewing tips for the more casual coffee lover.
Started in 1999 by coffee fanatic Michael Allen Smith, I Need Coffee is a site by and for coffee lovers. They have a regular roster of writers who talk about all things coffee, and even a comic called Life Is Coffee.
Five Senses Coffee is an Australian brand with a blog that covers Australian coffee industry news and reviews Australian cafés. They also have more esoteric articles about different coffee flavors and brewing methods for us non-Australian folk.
Nick Usborne writes extensively about coffee from his home in Montreal and has been doing so for over 10 years. This site has hundreds of reviews of all kinds of coffee related products. There are also hundreds of coffee-related recipes and brewing methods, making this an excellent internet oasis for any coffee lover.
9. Fried Coffee
Coffee lover Amit Ahuja started the Fried Coffee blog in 2012 and has successfully turned it into one of the web's best coffee resources. He focuses primarily on reviews of both coffee brands and coffee makers. There's also a great recipes section.
10. Home Grounds
Home Grounds was created to explore the many possibilities of coffee. They've published several brewing guides in the past and are now focused primarily on list roundups of the best coffee and coffee-related things in the world, with a special focus on New York coffee culture.
11. Bean Ground
Bean Ground is a highly active coffee blog—posting five days a week, every week—dedicated to helping coffee newbies become excellent home baristas. They offer brewing guides, reviews of various brewing equipment, and a dedicated espresso section.
The Coffee Concierge tracks one man's journey towards becoming the ultimate home barista. It features most of the typical sections you would expect, things like brewing guides and reviews, but what makes it unique is the "Coffee Experiments" section. This section tests out various coffee industry advice and shares the results. If you want some fun with your coffee, The Coffee Concierge is the site for you.
13. Coffee Stylish
Do you like fancy coffee drinks from specialty shops? Caramel lattes and iced coffees? Then Coffee Stylish is the blog for you. The blog isn't updated consistently anymore, but it already has a fantastic recipe index. It also has several thorough guides for cleaning and maintaining your coffee brewing equipment.
14. Make Good Coffee
The Make Good Coffee blog was started nine years ago and its founder, Marc Wortman, has now created the Make Good Coffee Co. roastery. His site features all the things you've come to expect from a good coffee blog, as well as a unique coffee personality quiz. This quiz helps you figure out what the best roast is for your personal tastes.
Veniziano is a specialty coffee roastery, and its owners run a blog designed to help other coffee professionals find success. They focus mostly on industry insider stories and tips, but you'll also find some great equipment reviews there.
16. KC Coffee Geek
KC Coffee Geek is dedicated to exploring coffee culture in Kansas City and around the world. It focuses primarily on coffee bean reviews, with some equipment reviews and brewing tips. And they've even won a Health Listed coffee blog award!
17. Blueprint Coffee
Blueprint Coffee is a specialty coffee shop dedicated to providing an excellent experience for everyone involved with their coffee—including the people who grow it. Their blog focuses mostly on sharing how they work and who they are, but also includes a variety of articles about coffee culture and the coffee industry as a whole.
18. Coffee Review
This site is entirely focused on reviewing coffee beans, coffee products, and cafés. If you're looking to buy anything coffee related, you can probably find a review for it on this site. They do also have a news section, although it doesn't go into as much depth as some of the other blogs on this list.
From Coffee With Love covers many areas of coffee culture, including cafés around the world, different types of coffee, and coffee-related art. Their posts tend to be more art-heavy than information-heavy, making this blog a great light read to go along with your morning coffee.
Brewing Coffee Manually is all about the process of home coffee roasting and brewing from an artisan's perspective. The blog focuses mostly on reviews of coffee equipment and advice for using said equipment, with occasional articles about coffee culture and different types of coffee.
21. Coffee Companion
Kevin Sinnott is a nationally respected expert on all things coffee, and Coffee Companion is his gift to the rest of the coffee world. The website offers brewing guides, reviews of coffee equipment, and tales from coffee conventions and other industry insider events. He only posts about once a month, but every article is worth reading, both for coffee newbies and experienced coffee professionals.
22. Coffee Cantata
Coffee Cantata was created by a freelance musician who believes that good coffee can be appreciated in much the same way good music can. She reviews coffee beans, but she goes deeper than the taste or the cost: she focuses on the story behind the coffee. She has also reviewed various brewing methods.
23. Coffee Supremacy
Their main focus is reviewing all kinds of coffee equipment, Coffee Supremacy has an incredibly broad spectrum of articles for coffee lovers to choose from. They also write about coffee and health, various coffee recipes, and different types of coffee beans.
Water Avenue Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster in Portland Oregon. They've been in business since 2009 and blogging pretty consistently that entire time, focusing mostly on different types of coffee beans and the farmers who make them. Like Coffee Cantata and some of the other blogs on this list, their focus is truly the story behind the coffee—because we all appreciate a good story.
This blog is run by a group of designers who are obsessed with coffee and is primarily a photography blog focusing on the beauty of various coffee equipment. They post rather inconsistently, but everything already up is worth checking out.