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Light vs Medium vs Dark Roasts | Why The Difference Matters

What does it matter? To summarize the differences: As coffee roasts get darker, they lose the origin flavors of the beans and take on more flavor from the roasting process. The body of the coffee gets heavier, until the second crack, where the body again thins. Lighter roasts have more acidity than darker roasts. Light roasted beans are dry, while darker roasts develop oil on…

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Coffee Hacks That Will Make Your Mornings So Much Better

We all NEED that morning cup of brew, right? So don’t settle for “meh.” We’ve put together some tips on how to brew a better cup and some hacks on how to switch it up!  Tips Use fresh beans – grind before using Coffee beans are roasted, allowed to cool, ground and then put in cans or packages. By the time you take them home, it…

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All About Your Coffee Choices (and why the difference matters)

“How do I pick a good coffee?”What a loaded question. First, we need to do a little recon on what type of coffees there are, then we need to decide what kind of coffee drinker you are now and where you are looking to go.OK, ready?The FactorsBean Variety1. Arabica: beans comprise around 75-80 percent of world production, your typical bean from coffee shops and restaurants2. Robusta:…

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Freezing Your Coffee Beans, Yes or No?

When To:In large quantities, to be stored over periods of weeks or months. Vacuum sealing and storing in the freezer is beneficial for storage.Or on a commercial level. There is some science behind the flavor difference in cold beans:However this is on a commercial level, not an at-home level; the flavor difference that these scientists talk about does not carry over when we are talking about your cup or…

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