Studies have shown that drinking a moderate amount of coffee is associated with many health benefits, including a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. But while these associations have been demonstrated many times, they do not actually prove that coffee reduces disease risk.
· Carbon-negative coffee remains a novel phenomenon in the sector, but for businesses that can take any kind of step towards being more environmentally responsible, it’s clear that the demand is there. Ultimately, it’s easy to see that everybody across the coffee sector could be doing more to mitigate the impact of climate change.
· Uniform size is key for coffee roasters, as roasting beans of different sizes will lead to an uneven roast and poor or imbalanced flavours in the cup. Chris adds: “Relatively high density is common [in high-quality lots], and screen size is an older metric… it’s not really as valuable in indicating quality as it used to be historically.
· Sugar, coffee & flavour: An explanation. As we know, historically, coffee drinkers have used sugar to mask the flavours of bitterness in darker roasts and poor quality coffees. This is because biologically, we are evolutionarily “programmed” to avoid bitter flavours, because they are often associated with poisonous substances.
· Coffee made from light or medium roasted coffee beans has more caffeine than coffee made from dark roasted beans. The dark roast will have a much stronger flavor, but it will be weaker in caffeine compared to light roasted. Since dark roast coffees are less dense than light roast ones, you may use a greater amount of grounds or beans when …
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· Washed, natural, pulped natural, semi-washed, honey… coffee producers around the world process their beans in a number of different ways. In recent years, with the rise of specialty coffee, variations on these established techniques have started to appear, often capitalising on the fermentation that takes place during processing. These methods are often …
· Traditional Vietnamese coffee is a strong and bitter brew made using a dark roast, typically robusta. Condensed milk is added, and the beverage is often chilled over ice. It can sometimes be made with fresh milk, but this is not common. Chen Dien and his wife are the owners of Coffeeholic House in Seattle, Washington.
· Types of sweeteners and how they affect coffee flavour. We know that coffee offers a world of variety as far as flavour is concerned, thanks to origin, terroir, processing, and roast profiles. This is why some coffees are naturally sweeter than others, and the flavour will vary depending on these and other factors.
· Choosing Your Coffee. The cubano should be made with a dark roast to bring out the sweetness and intensity in a coffee. Martin says that historically, the cubano has been made with a Brazilian robusta or another inexpensive coffee. However, today, Martin says he prepares a “modern” cubano using a denser and naturally sweeter coffee.
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