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Coffee

  1. 1.  Is a widely consumed nonalcoholic beverage prepared from the roasted seeds commonly called the beans of the coffee plant.
  2. 2. • COFFEA ARABICA • Arabica coffee is considered to have a better flavor than Robusta. For this reason, about three fourths of coffee cultivated worldwide is of the Arabica variety. • Most Arabica coffee beans originated from either Latin America East Africa/ Africa, or Asia/Pacific.
  3. 3. • COFFEA ARABICA
  4. 4. •COFFEE ROBUSTA • Compared to Arabica, tends to be bitter and has less flavor. • Robusta coffee is less susceptible to disease than Arabica can be cultivated in environment where Arabica will not thrive. • Contains about 40-50% more caffeine than Arabica. • Good quality Robustas are used in some espresso blends to provide a better foam head, and to lower the ingredient cost
  5. 5. •COFFEE ROBUSTA
  6. 6. COFFEA LIBERICA • In the Philippines it is the variety used for Kapeng Barako
  7. 7. COFFEA ESLIACA •Believed to be indigenous to Liberica and southern Sudan respectively.
  8. 8. Dark Roasts (14 minutes) • Other name : – Cinnamon roast – Half city – New England
  9. 9. Medium Dark Roasts (12-13 minutes) • • • • French Roast Continental Roast Viennese Roast Full City Roast
  10. 10. Medium Roasts (9-11 minutes) • Breakfast Roast • American Roast • City Roast
  11. 11. Light Roasts (7 minutes)
  12. 12. The Coffee Beans
  13. 13. The Right Grind of Coffee
  14. 14. The Roast
  15. 15. Right amount of Coffee
  16. 16. Equipment
  17. 17. Water
  18. 18. The Right Temperature in Brewing Coffee
  19. 19. Coffee must be served fresh
  20. 20. Espresso Machine
  21. 21. Moka/ Stovetop
  22. 22. French Press
  23. 23. Auto Drip
  24. 24. Review for 5 minutes

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