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Coffee home - From crop to cup - About Coffee Beans

About Coffee Beans



About Coffee Beans
Green coffee beans

Green coffee beans are un-roasted. They have not gone through the roasting process and therefore can be transported or kept fresh longer. Many people enjoy purchasing this green coffee bean because they can then roast the coffee beans at their own speed, heat, and in their own method. More people are finding great pleasure in roasting their own beans. Are you one of them?

It is obvious that the world loves to drink coffee. But, what makes it so good is the taste. For those that want the best taste, it just has to be as fresh as possible. This includes not only the grinding but also the roasting of the green bean.

For many people, the best coffee is made when they purchase coffee beans that are green or un-roasted. Then, they can use any method they would like to roast them. Some take the beans and roast them in an oven. Others use a popcorn popper. Or, for those that are true coffee lovers, they will purchase their own coffee roaster. The end result is the perfect cup of coffee.

After drying for about a year, coffee beans are slowly roasted to the perfect level of taste. For many, this process is slow. It causes the coffee bean to transform into the wonderful tasting coffee that we drink. Gourmet coffee beans are roasted like this as well, but the coffee beans used are often more expensive because of the plant that they came from.

At any rate, coffee that has been roasted quickly starts to lose it flavor. That is why so many people are turning to roasting green coffee at home. To find and purchase green coffee, the beans are found in many of the online merchant's websites. There are hundreds of varieties to be tried!

Roasted Coffee Beans

Have you ever smelled freshly roasted coffee beans? If not, you are really missing out. For anyone that loves coffee (or anyone else for that matter), there is nothing like the smell of the fresh roasted coffee bean to wake you up and get you moving in the morning. Contrary to what coffee manufactures want you to think, though, coffee that is ground smells nothing like fresh roasted beans. Did you know that you can do this yourself?

You can purchase green coffee beans and roast them yourself. Choose your favorite flavors of coffee beans from a light to a dark or even the espresso beans you so love and buy them green! That means that they have not been roasted yet. Then, you can either roast them in your oven for an outstanding quality or go one step farther and purchase a coffee roaster.

In either case, you'll want to wait a day to grind them in a coffee grinder. Then, grind what you need from your roasted batch. The rest can be kept in an air tight container for about a week. The quality of these freshly roasted and freshly ground beans will blow your mind away for sure.

You'll find the coffee beans available online. You'll also find the coffee roasters available as well. If you do not want to roast your own beans, then you can always find awesome quality, professionally roasted beans to purchase as well. Whatever you do, grind them yourself and enjoy the great taste and quality of this coffee each morning. You just don't deserve the stuff in a can!

You'll find all sorts of flavors to choose from. And, when you get them online, you can count on the freshness as well as on the great prices! Roasted beans or un-roasted, you'll never buy your coffee from the supermarket again once you taste the quality with these.

Oh, The Love Of Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans!

Some of the best tasting coffee is made with chocolate covered coffee beans! This outstanding combination of chocolate and coffee goes back hundreds of years. There is no way to tell who make the first cup of coffee and chocolate mixed, but this is fast becoming the cup of coffee to drink. There are all sorts of different types of chocolate covered coffee bean combinations. They offer a dark, rich flavor to a smooth, velvet touch to your coffee. What type of chocolate will you use?

Chocolate and coffee beans just go together. The rich coffee flavor and that smooth chocolate mixture just offers a welcome retreat from the ordinary cup of coffee. You can indulge in many kids of chocolate from exotic blends to the most simple.

For those who love espresso, there are a variety of espresso coffee beans that are covered with decadent chocolate. For those looking for a fast pick me up, you can simple eat a chocolate covered bean while skipping the water. There is sweet and bitter mixed in one! For many people, this great tasting coffee can only be thought about, until they uncover the great taste of these chocolate beans. Then, they simply can not get enough of the rich mocha taste.

Anyone who has not had the opportunity to try these, they simply must give them a try. Chocolate beans are sold around the world, from all countries that you can imagine coffee coming from. This very popular type of coffee around the world is now easy to buy and use in the United States. The beans themselves are offered in a variety of options as well. From the espresso to the lightest tasting coffee, there is something that will suit just about all taste buds.



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