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  •  Is a widely consumed nonalcoholic beverage prepared from the roasted seeds commonly called the beans of the coffee plant.
  • • 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.
  • • COFFEA ARABICA
  • •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
  • •COFFEE ROBUSTA
  • COFFEA LIBERICA • In the Philippines it is the variety used for Kapeng Barako
  • COFFEA ESLIACA •Believed to be indigenous to Liberica and southern Sudan respectively.
  • Dark Roasts (14 minutes) • Other name : – Cinnamon roast – Half city – New England
  • Medium Dark Roasts (12-13 minutes) • • • • French Roast Continental Roast Viennese Roast Full City Roast
  • Medium Roasts (9-11 minutes) • Breakfast Roast • American Roast • City Roast
  • Light Roasts (7 minutes)
  • The Coffee Beans
  • The Right Grind of Coffee
  • The Roast
  • Right amount of Coffee
  • Equipment
  • Water
  • The Right Temperature in Brewing Coffee
  • Coffee must be served fresh
  • Espresso Machine
  • Moka/ Stovetop
  • French Press
  • Auto Drip
  • Review for 5 minutes