Infographie : l'origine des grains de café & leurs goûts.

Coffee Infographic: Comparing Your Single Origin Beans

What the heck is roasting type? - I Love Coffee

What the heck is roasting type?

I love this info-graphic.  Coffee roasters have their jargon, such as "full city", "first crack", etc.  This info-graphic helps explain what they mean.

I love this info-graphic. Coffee roasters have their jargon, such as "full city", "first crack", etc. This info-graphic helps explain what they mean.

How To Roast Your Own Coffee In 6 Simple Steps

How To Roast Your Own Coffee In 6 Simple Steps

How To Start A Coffee Roasting Business – Essential tips for starting a coffee roasting business in 2017

How To Start A Coffee Roasting Business – Essential tips for starting a coffee roasting business in 2017

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about 165°C, or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to...

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about 165°C, or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to...

For our coffee bean, we use medium roast ☕️☕️☕️ #GPRepost,#reposter,#notetag @spazio_creativenolimit via @GPRepostApp ====== @spazio_creativenolimit:Coffee is usually classified as light, medium and dark roast, but a lot of people don't know the difference between them. These very different roasts affect taste, flavor profile and more. Each coffee is roasted to a light, medium, or dark color to bring out the positive attributes and characteristics of that particular bean. . . #creative...

For our coffee bean, we use medium roast ☕️☕️☕️ #GPRepost,#reposter,#notetag @spazio_creativenolimit via @GPRepostApp ====== @spazio_creativenolimit:Coffee is usually classified as light, medium and dark roast, but a lot of people don't know the difference between them. These very different roasts affect taste, flavor profile and more. Each coffee is roasted to a light, medium, or dark color to bring out the positive attributes and characteristics of that particular bean. . . #creative...

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