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HOW TO BUY COFFEE BEANS, PART III.

What to look for when buying coffee beans:

The date of roasting,

is an important factor that needs to be taken into account when brewing coffee. For brewed coffee it’s recommended to use the coffee beans 2 – 14 days after they had been roasted (max. 30 days off roast). To get excellent results for Espresso and moka pot coffee preparation, use the beans 2 – 21 days after roast. But nevertheless, you can use and get good results from coffee beans that are older than 6 weeks.

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HOW TO BUY COFFEE BEANS FOR HOME – I.PART

How they can be marked coffee beans:

Blend coffee beans

A mixture of beans from multiple locations, different varieties, roast levels, or flavor profiles of coffee is known as a Coffee Blend.
Blending is done for various different goals. Some companies blend beans to save money. But generally blending is done to create coffee drinks with a flavor profile that is more complete than – or different from – the flavor profiles of a single-origin coffees.

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CHEESE AND COFFEE PAIRING – PRACTICAL PART

Types of used cheese

  • “Old Holland”, a hard and dry cheese
  • A soft, 48% milk cheese
  • Radamer – Emmental, 45% milk
  • A smoked soft cheese
  • A hard cheese, covered with pepper
  • A hard cheese, covered with paprika
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BARISTA, BREWER AND HOME BARISTA

Barista

It is general name for people who are mainly working with espresso machine in coffee shops. Similar name it is is used also for professions like are “Solicitors” or “Layer”. For the reason it can be confusing for some people.

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THE EFFECT OF A CUP’S SHAPE ON AROMA, TASTE & FLAVOUR

Coffee – stories from coffee beans to coffee cups

Every story has an end, but in life, every end is a new beginning. – Dakota Fanning (Uptown Girls)

As a matter of fact, design parameters – such as the size, the shape and the opening of a cup – alter the multisensory tasting experience of our coffee drinks. Alter all, it’s the design of the coffee cup that will complete the ‘story of the coffee beans’. The cup’s shape can expand the richness of the story at the end.

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HOW TO BE GOOD HOME BARISTA

Home Barista is:

A Home Barista is a specific person. The main character of a Home Barista is a deep passion for specialty coffee and the way of life that is associated with. Being a Home Barista not only awakes their inner fire, but it also brings them inner peace. They see specialty coffee culture as a gift that helps them to grow personally and to live up to their full potential. In doing so, they inspire others and connect with them in a meaningful way.

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THE ART OF COFFEE GRINDING

Grinder

If the grinder, is not of very good quality, you will get lots of dust in the coffee. The dust will get into the coffee mainly when you do coffee via French press, Mokka pot, or you can use steel filters. The brewing process can continue afterwards, and the taste of the coffee drink can change.

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CUP OR MUG OF COFFEE?

Cups vs. Mugs

Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes

What are the differences between cups and mugs?

There are many possible different definitions for cups and mugs. Generally, it can be concluded that the capacity is the main aspect that differentiates cups from mugs. Cups are smaller than mugs. A cup typically holds not more than 6 fl. oz. of liquid (180ml). A mug typically 8 fl. oz. if liquid (240ml) or more.

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TASTE OF COFFEE AND ART OF LIGHTING

The art of lighting

“The secret to life is to put yourself in the right lighting. For some, it’s a Broadway spotlight; for others, a lamplit desk. Use your natural powers — of persistence, concentration, and insight — to do work you love and work that matters. Solve problems. make art, think deeply.”  – Susan Cain, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

“The craft of lighting a dining room is part theatre and part magic show”  – Brendan McNully, Illuminating Ideas

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