A totally free Coffee Wiki with articles, based on coffee enthusiasts posts from various forums around the world and the wealth of questions, problems and ideas written every day. There are many coffee sites on the web, some have: very good information, very technical information, information written by what can only be described as "people who are fanatical about coffee". Using our Wiki is easy just type the word or phrase you are interested in into the search box e.g. home roasting, " or use the Contents page. The Wiki can (and does), hold video, audio and picture content, obviously the larger files are better linked to services such as youtube, flickr etc..you should also try Tag Browsing, it's a very powerful way to find the information in this Wiki. You may even want to have a try at creating a page yourself!
RSS Feeds are fully supported, so you can be automatically informed of changes, but the best thing is to visit the Wiki often and check out the latest articles. We no longer have premium articles, Bella Barista have asked for all articles to be freely available click here to visit Bella Barista who sponsor this Wiki When you visit their site, check out their newsletter and Coffee Club, especially if you are a home roaster.
I think many people reading this Wiki may not always have a lot of experience, so we try to keep things simple where possible, this means simple explanations, simple diagrams, simple techniques. If you want to consistently make good coffee, and be able to offer your friends a beverage that is superior to anything they are likely to get on the high street… I hope we can help.
IE8 does not display images correctly on all pages of the wiki, if you see a red box with an X in it, click the x and the image will display, hit back to return to the page you were on and after that the Wiki seems to run normally (apart from 3d stereo images) for the rest of the session. After many years as an Internet Explorer user I switched to Firefox as my browser and find it much better.