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  • 1. Coffee production3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 2. Production of coffee• PLANTINGA coffee bean is actually a seed. When dried, roasted and ground, it is used to brew coffee. But if the seed is not processed, it can be planted and will grow into coffee tree3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 3. Coffee plant3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 4. HARVESTING THE CHERRIES Depending on the variety, it will take approximately three or four years for the newly planted coffee trees to begin to bear fruit. The fruit, called the coffee cherry, turns a bright, deep red when it is ripe and ready to be harvested. Whether picked by hand or by machine3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 5. Coffee cherry3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 6. PROCESSING THE CHERRIESOnce the coffee has been picked, processing must begin as quickly as possible to prevent spoilage. Depending on location and local resources, coffee is processed in one of two ways.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 7. Dry Method - This is the age-old method of processing coffee and is still used in many countries where water resources are limited. The freshly picked cherries are simply spread out on huge surfaces to dry in sun3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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  • 9. Wet Method In wet method processing, the pulp is removed from the coffee cherry after harvesting and the bean is dried with only the parchment skin left on.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 10. DRYING THE BEANS• If the beans have been processed by the wet method, the pulped and fermented beans must now be dried to approximately 11 percent moisture to properly prepare them for storage.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 11. TYPES OF COFFEEEspresso is made by forcing very hot water under high pressure through finely ground, compacted coffee. This process produces an almost syrupy beverage by extracting both solid and dissolved components. 3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 12. Cafe Americanois a style of coffee prepared by adding hot water to espresso, giving a similar strength to but different flavour from regular drip coffee. The strength of an Americano varies with the number of shots of espresso added3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 13. Caffè latteA cafe latte is the Italian name for coffee ("cafe") with milk ("latte"). It is a coffee beverage consisting of strong or bold coffee (sometimes espresso) mixed with scalded milk in approximately a 1:1 ratio3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 14. Cafe mocha A café mocha is a variant of a caffè latte. Like a latte, but a portion of chocolate is added, typically in the form of a chocolate syrup, although other vending systems use instant chocolate powder. Mochas can contain dark or milk chocolate.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 15. Frappe:-• A big favourite in parts of Europe and Latin America, especially during the summer months. Originally a cold espresso, it has more recently been prepared putting 1-2 teaspoons of instant coffee with sugar, water and ice3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 16. Cappuccino • Cappuccino is a coffee-based drink prepared with espresso, hot milk, and steamed milk foam.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 17. Irish Coffee• Irish coffee (Irish: Caifé Gaelach) is a cocktail consisting of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and brown sugar, stirred, and topped with thick cream. The coffee is drunk through the cream. The original recipe explicitly uses cream that has not been whipped, although whipped cream is often used. Sugar should be brown and not white3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 18. six ounces of hot, freshbrewed coffee1 teaspoon of brown sugar forsweetness1 ½ ounces of your favoriteIrish whiskeyheavy cream 3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 19. Turkish coffeeTurkish coffee is a method of preparing coffee where finely powdered roast coffee beans are boiled in a pot (cezve), with added sugar (depending on taste), before being served into a cup where the grounds settle. This method of serving coffee is common throughout the Middle East, North Africa,3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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  • 21. Macchiato• Macchiato, means stained, is an Espresso with a dash of foamed milk. At first sight it resembles a small Cappuccino.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 22. Oliang• commonly known as Thai iced coffee, is an iced coffee drink which blends the coffee together with soybeans, corn, sesame seeds, and other additives. It is traditionally brewed3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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  • 24. A flat whiteis a coffee beverage originating from Australia and New Zealand. It is prepared by pouring micro foam(steamed milk from the bottom of a pitcher) over a single shot or double shot of espresso.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 25. Cafe Breva A cappuccino made with half and half milk, instead of whole milk3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 26. Indian (Madras) filter coffee• also known as Filter Coffee is a sweet milky coffee made from dark roasted coffee beans (70%-80%) and chicory (20%-30%), It is served with coffee to milk ratio of usually 3:1.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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  • 29. Cafe Latte FreddoIt is a type of cold coffee. Cafe Latte Freddo is an espresso mixed with cold milk in similar proportions as a Cafe Latte that is usually shaken well with ice in a cocktail shaker3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 30. Vienna coffee• A "Vienna coffee" is the name of a popular traditional cream based coffee beverage. It is made by preparing two shots of strong black espresso in a standard sized coffee cup and infusing the coffee with whipped cream (as a replacement for milk and sugar) until the cup is full. Then the cream is twirled and optionally topped off with chocolate sprinklings. The coffee is drunk through the cream top3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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  • 32. Liqueur coffee• A liqueur coffee is a coffee drink with a shot of liqueur. It is usually served in a special liqueur coffee glass, often with whipped cream and sugar.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
  • 33. Café BombonPopular in Valencia, Spain, and spreading gradually to the rest of the country, a café bombón is an espresso served with sweetened condensed milk in a 1:1 ratio. The condensed milk is added to the espresso.3/13/2012 By Vaibhav Verma Bcihmct( asst. professor)
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