Important Key terms in the world of buying coffee beans<br />By:  Coffee Beans Shop (Australia)<br />Acidity: Basic taste ...
Important key terms in the world of buying coffee beans
Important key terms in the world of buying coffee beans
Important key terms in the world of buying coffee beans
Important key terms in the world of buying coffee beans
Important key terms in the world of buying coffee beans
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Gourmet roasted beans from the Coffee Beans Shop are hand-selected and roasted in-house at the Chillin Cafe on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

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  1. 1. Important Key terms in the world of buying coffee beans<br />By: Coffee Beans Shop (Australia)<br />Acidity: Basic taste that is noticeable on the sides of the back of the tongue. Very common if the fruit is not ripe when harvested.<br />Water: The 97 or 98% of a cup of coffee is water. It is therefore recommended to always use bottled water when preparing coffee.<br />Bitterness: Basic taste that is noticeable in the back of the tongue.<br />Arabic: Coffee mode is characterized by good body and a fruity aroma. They are grown mainly in Central America and Africa.<br />Armenia: Coffee produced in Colombia. It is harvested by hand.<br />Barahona: Acidic coffee with good body that is produced in the Dominican Republic.<br />Blue Mountain: Mountain range of eastern Jamaica, which gives its name to one of the best and most expensive coffees in the world. It has a slightly acid taste and wonderful balanced fruity aroma.<br />Brazil: It is the largest coffee producer in the world. It has different types of coffee from specialty coffee and soft as Minas Gerais and the Saints, other well-marked flavor, such as Floods and Holy Spirit. It is also a good producer of Robusta coffee.<br />Bucaramanga: Coffee produced in Colombia. It is harvested by hand.<br />Ladle: It is very important to maintain very clean this piece of espresso. Any sediment will alter the taste of coffee to do at that time.<br />Cafe Express: The perfect espresso has hazel cream, slightly reddish, intense flavor and a great body.<br />Caffeine: Nervous system stimulant alkaloid content in coffee, tea, mate and tail. Arabica mode has a lower caffeine content than Robusta.<br />Coffee Express: Its main feature is that you have a pressure pump. Home espresso coffee makers heat the water up to 92 º C and a pressure of 9 atmospheres.<br />Cappuccino: Espresso mode that is added to milk heated by steam. The milk softens the taste of coffee and froth on the surface.<br />Cibao Height: Coffee produced in the Dominican Republic.<br />Colombia: The Exalted in Medellin , Armenia and Bucaramanga are some of the coffees produced in this country. It is the second largest producer of coffee and gather all the production at hand.<br />Costa Rica: Coffee producing country, the types grown SHB "Strictly Hard Bean" and Pacific that are handpicked and dried in the sun.<br />Decaffeinated: Coffee that has been extracted caffeine.<br />Degree of grinding: Refers to the coffee grinder. Espresso has a superfine ground that offers good resistance to water flow, thus achieving a consistent and creamy coffee.<br />Dijimmahm: Variety of coffee grown in Ethiopia. Coffee is very pure because the processing of the coffee is done manually, without chemical aids.<br />Dominican Republic: Coffee producing country called Barahona which is acidic and full bodied. It also produces the Cibao Altura.<br />Ethiopian Moka: Also called Harrar, of exceptional quality and very distinctive taste. It is produced by the country, Ethiopia.<br />Ethiopia: The Dijimmahm and Sidamo are the most popular varieties of coffee grown in Ethiopia. They are very pure coffee because the coffee processing is done manually, without chemical aids. <br />Espresso: One way to brew coffee. The espresso coffee is considered par excellence. His body and flavor make this coffee a delight for the senses involved. Espresso coffee originated in Italy and its history is bound to express machines. To get a good espresso with cream and intense flavor is essential to choose the right coffee.<br />Extraction: It is time to drop a cup of coffee. The extraction time of espresso should be between 25 and 30 seconds.<br />Guatemala: Arabica coffee producing country. Cafes stand Strictly Hard Bean, considered one of the best coffees in the world. The grain is blue, bright and large.<br />Grind: The espresso requires a finely ground to allow an extraction time of 25 to 30 seconds. This ground is only possible to get all the cream and body that define a true espresso.<br />Harrar: Coffee of exceptional quality and very distinctive taste. It is also named Mocha from Ethiopia.<br />High Grown: Good coffee produced in Honduras and Mexico. It is characterized by a low level of caffeine.<br />Holy Spirit: Coffee produced in Brazil. They taste well marked.<br />Honduras: coffee for sale producing country that produces two good types of coffee, Strictly Hard Grown and High Grown.<br />Italy: It is the birthplace of espresso. In this country you could find the most famous cafés of Europe as Florian in Venice.<br />Jamaica: Produces one of the most famous and expensive coffee, the "Blue Mountain." It is a quality coffee for its taste slightly acidic balance and its splendid fruity aroma.<br />Kenya: One of the most famous African coffees. It is characterized by its fruity taste, great aroma, great acidity and long tenure of taste on the palate. Arabica coffee.<br />Mexico: Types produces High Grown and first wash. These are coffees that are characterized by their low level of caffeine.<br />Minas Gerais: Coffee produced in Brazil. Thin and soft.<br />Mix: It is a variety of coffee blends, ground or beans, roasted or natural.<br />Mugs: The cups that keep longer coffee temperature are porcelain and then the china. Glass and plastic, however, cool the coffee too quickly.<br />Natural: Normal hot-air roasting. Results in soft brown fresh coffee beans.<br />Oil: It is a natural element that emerges coffee once toasted. When more is a coffee roasting, the more oil we perceive. The oil is a guarantee of freshness; it means that the coffee is freshly roasted.<br />Packaging: It is essential to preserve the aroma of coffee and that from the moment it is roasted, it loses flavor. With the packaging is intended that no external elements from entering the coffee beans and, in turn, the aroma of coffee is not vented.<br />Prima Wash: Type of coffee produced in Mexico. It is characterized by a low level of caffeine.<br />Roasted: Before the end of roasting coffee, sugar is added to caramelize on the surface of the grain giving it a darker color. Results in stronger coffee.<br />Robust: Offer coffee, coffee beans is smaller, is rugged and has a higher level of caffeine. It is grown in Africa, Asia and Brazil. It is originally from Zaire.<br />Santos: Coffee produced in Brazil. Thin and soft.<br />Sidamo: Variety of coffee grown in Ethiopia. Coffee is very pure because the processing of the coffee is done manually, without chemical aids.<br />Strictly Hard Bean: "SHB". One of the best coffees in the world. The grain is blue, bright and large. Arabica cultivated in Guatemala and Costa Rica.<br />Strictly Hard Grown: Good coffee, made in Honduras.<br />Temperature: The ideal temperature for espresso serving time is between 76 and 82 º C. For this temperature drop is essential warm the cups before serving the coffee.<br />Buy coffee online and the best coffee beans from the www.CoffeeBeansShop.com.au<br />

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