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UNPLEASENT FLAVOURS IN A COFFEE

Coffee flavours

Some of the unpleasant flavours

Bitter flavours are usually connected with a higher temperature of brewing water. Also, if the coffee tastes bitter, it’s recommended to let the drink cool down a little bit.

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COFFEE BREWING METHODS

Two main coffee brewing methods

INFUSION METHODS:

It can be any method, where the water consistently flows through ground coffee from the filter to the cup. The exit holes of the coffee-maker are open and not blocked. Pre-infusion gives you control over clarity and extraction of the coffee brewing process.

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THE ART OF SPECIALTY COFFEE CULTURE

Specialty coffee culture is a multi-sensual, aesthetic experience. We experience the preparation and enjoyment of the coffee drink itself with not only our nose and taste-buds, but also with all our other senses. Not only do we appreciate the magic of the coffee drink in all its aspects, but we also notice and enjoy the beautiful utensils of the ritual  and our pleasant surroundings.

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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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COFFEE QUOTES & INSPIRATION FOR 2019 – PART I.

A balanced life means to hold one cup of coffee in each hand.
Weird is just a side effect of being awesome.
Coffee is always a popular topic.
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COFFEE FROM AKHA PEOPLE

The Akha People of Northern Thailand

One does not have the ability to throw away our customs any more than a buffalo has the ability to have its footprints one place and its body someplace else.

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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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COFFEE BREWING – DEFINITION

Brewing

Brewing is a very important part of all the processes. It is hard to say what part of the process, from selecting coffee beans, equipment, preparation, blooming or even writing the recipe for the coffee drink to be served, is most important. I think the only difference is in the time for blooming and brewing. You have limited time and you can’t really postpone the time limit like for other processes. So, there is less time for improvising like for other parts of the processes.

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COFFFEE BLOOMING – WHAT IS IT?

Blooming – what is it?

The blooming process is one of the more important processes of the coffee preparation. The main reason is that this time one starts the first relation/connection between the water and the coffee grains. Also, this time you start to create the flavours.

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