Gourmet Coffee Beans
The term “gourmet” as an adjective refers to excellent quality. Gourmet coffee beans are of being superior quality than the average coffee bean.
There are 100 coffee-growing regions across the globe. Each region produces a unique coffee bean. Gourmet coffee is often a blend of coffee beans from different regions. This produces a balance in flavor.
Proper roasting is also an important factor. The roasting process helps to develop the coffee’s aroma and flavor.
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Your 7 Step Guide to Growing Coffee at Home
Although from a tropical origin, coffee plants can be grown at home with some patience and the right environment. The green beans harvested will have a longer shelf-life than the store bought version, and allow you to roast and drink on demand. Here is my seven step guide to cultivating your very own magic green beans…
Step 1: Choosing the right species
Normal drinking coffee is usually made from beans harvested from the two most common coffee species; Coffea arabica and Coffea robusta. Overall Coffea arabica is the most suitable type for at-home cultivation with a smaller, bush like stature and the ability to self-fertilise.
Step 2: Selecting high yield beans
Coffee beans have a low success rate of germination and therefore need to be sourced as fresh as is possible. With the unlikely chance of finding a coffee plantation…
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