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What Is A High Quality Gourmet Coffee?

What Is A High Quality Gourmet Coffee?

What Is A High Quality Gourmet Coffee? High quality gourmet coffee’s distinctive taste is reflective of its origins, and the natural flavors produced by the region, climate and the soil of where the coffee was grown.Our talented roaster who knows...

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Pour Over Dripper

Pour Over Dripper

Pour Over Dripper Pour over coffee starts with (freshly) ground coffee, a filter, and a filter holder, which is called 'pour over dripper. All coffee brewing methods involve the same three general phases: wetting, dissolution, and diffusion. Brewing process: Fresh-roasted coffee:  (10-15...

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10 - Primary Coffee Tastes (6- Sixth Final Part)

10 - Primary Coffee Tastes (6- Sixth Final Part)

10 A -  CrustThe layer of saturated coffee grounds that floats to the surface during cupping coffee. As part of the traditional coffee cupping method, the grounds are agitated to release trapped vapors and the unique characteristics of the coffee....

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9 - Primary Coffee Tastes (5- Fifth Part)

9 - Primary Coffee Tastes (5- Fifth Part)

 9 A  -  BrinyA salty taste & the sensation in the mouth after drinking coffee that has been over-brewed or exposed to excessive heat after brewing is likely to taste briny.  9 B  -   CaramelIn a flavor and aroma,...

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8 - Primary Coffee Tastes (4- Fourth Part)

8 - Primary Coffee Tastes (4- Fourth Part)

8 A -  Flavorful & BalancedIf blending several different coffees together done correctly, we can then create a flavorful and balanced coffee. Some people prefer coffees with particularly strong flavor distinctions, in this case Balance is not necessarily a positive...

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7 - Primary Coffee Tastes (3- Third Part)

7 - Primary Coffee Tastes (3- Third Part)

7 A - AcridA harsh sour taste and tartness. An acrid coffee can be described as tart, sharp, or acerbic. 7 B - AshyWhenever the coffee smell or taste similar to an ashtray or fireplace, it is called "Ashy". Ashy...

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6 - Primary Coffee Tastes (2- Second Part)

6 - Primary Coffee Tastes (2- Second Part)

6 A -  Body :Is the physical property and the physical mouth feel and texture of the coffee and extracted oils resulting from the brewing process also contribute to the body. It is the mouthfeel & heaviness of the coffee...

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5 - Primary Coffee Tastes (1- First Part)

5 - Primary Coffee Tastes (1- First Part)

5 A -  Primary TastesPrimary Tastes are the flavors detected by the tongue. There are only four major tastes and flavors (sweet, sour, salty, and bitter). Each taste cell has receptors. Receptors are capable of recognizing all different types of...

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4 -  Coffee Roast Types

4 - Coffee Roast Types

Coffee Roast Types Typical Roast Flavor Characteristics are as follow : 4 A -  Light RoastLight roasts are light brown with a dry surface, with a light body and no oil on the surface of the beans. Light roasts have...

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