...coffee beans information, and other fun entertaining coffee stuff!
The lighter the bean the more caffeine.
If you measure your coffee by scoops, light roasted coffee will have more caffeine. Since the beans are denser than a darker roast. The best coffee for origin taste is the medium roast.
1-cup (8 fl. oz.) of coffee has approximately
95 mg of caffeine.
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How to make the perfect pour over Coffee.
Make your own Cold Brew it's super easy.
1. Add 1 cup coursely ground coffee beans.
2. Add 4 cups of water to pitcher.
3. Steep coffee in the fridge for 24 hrs.
4. Sift out coffee grounds.
5. Add 3 more cups of water to pitcher.
6. Serve over ice or skip for a bolder taste.
Taste tip: If you want stronger coffee decrease 1 cup of water or if you want a weaker cup add an additional cup.
STAYS FRESH IN THE FRIDGE FOR UP TO 7 DAYS. ENJOY!!!
Coffee Gifts with coursly ground coffee beans for cold brew are sure to please the coffee enthusiast.
What is the difference between Arabica and Robusta coffee?
Robusta vs Arabica Caffeine Content: The Robusta bean is around 2.2- 2.7% caffeine, and the Arabica bean is around 1.2 – 1.5%. ... The higher caffeine in Robusta also tends to have a more bitter flavor in brewed coffee. A cup of brewed Robusta contains around twice as much caffeine as a cup of Arabica.
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The best coffee freshly roasted upon order, doesn't get much better than that.
It's a term used for the highest grade of coffee available. These coffees score 80 points or above on the 100 point coffee review scale. (SCA) Specialty coffee association, sets standards for specialty coffee at every stage of coffee production.
How to brew coffee in a coffee maker.
1. Fill the reservoir with water. Use about 6 oz of water for every cup of coffee you want to make.
2. Put a filter in the basket located under the lid of the coffee maker.
3. Measure 1-2 tablespoons of coffee grounds per cup of coffee into the filter.
Tip: Grinding your coffee beans just prior to brewing will give you the best taste and aroma in your cup. ENJOY!!
It's an art that requires a high degree of knowledge and experience to produce specialty level roast profiles. The specialty roaster closely watches and monitors the roast applying principals of heat transfer and chemistry to ensure the highest quality and flavor of the final roasted bean.
Coffee beans roasted to perfection make the best coffee gifts.
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