10 Facts About Coffee

The nехt time yоu аrе at yоur favorite coffee shop and ѕоmеonе catches yоur eye, herе arе ten interesting coffee facts tһat уоu cаn uѕе to break thе ice: Coffee is an aphrodisiac 1) coffee iѕ considered аn aphrodisiac. Because … Continue reading →

The process of roasting Coffee beans

Start by putting the beans in the oven and immediately stir them. Stir until you see kernels begin that move by themselves, and that usually lasts a minute or two to happen.  Supervise beans and watch the color change to the color you want it to be. You will hear the beans begin to snap, this is known as the “first crack” and after that will start to snap … Continue reading →

How to roast your own coffee beans

Many people are excited about the idea of roasting ​​their own coffee beans. There are many tips and tricks that can ensure that you can roast the beans well to get a good cup of coffee.  Although at first it may be hard to do it in a certain way, but with every batch of coffee beans roasted, plus a little practice, you will give way … Continue reading →

About Coffee and Coffee trees

Coffee grows best on well drained and airy fields, with fertile soils. In addition, plants require a large amount of oxygen to their root system.  Their need for large amounts of oxygen is why airy soils are best for coffee cultivation and growth. Also, plants need 1,500 mm – 2,000 mm of rainfall annually to provide the best results. If rainfall is below the ideal, the plants need extra moisture through irrigation methods. To get a better quality of … Continue reading →

Homemade Cafe au Lait

It is very easy to make this coffee at home. Start by making a strong filter coffee containing the appropriate mixture of chicory. You then set the water temperature at 90 degrees C water, which will make the water to be very hot, but not boiling yet. A small amount of this water must be poured into the filter. In the filter you have to put about 6 tablespoons of good … Continue reading →

Gourmet Coffee – 3 flavors you can’t miss!

Gourmet flavoured coffee grew in popularity in recent years, but dates back for a very long time. The common belief about coffee dates back from the Middle East and further. There, people began to experiment for the first time with the addition of spices (like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg) directly into the coffee. Perhaps these early flavoured coffees were … Continue reading →

Making Decaf Coffee- Swiss water method

A second method for creating decaffeinated coffee is known as the Swiss water method. This method is favorable for many people, because this process to create decaffeinated coffee does not use chemicals. Instead, use hot water and steam to remove caffeine from coffee. Also, through the Swiss water process, green coffee extracts are used and this extract has virtually no caffeine.  For the Swiss water process, the beans … Continue reading →