The way you grind your coffee is the first step toward influencing how your coffee tastes. This step is important because you can have the highest quality coffee, the perfect roast, pure water, premium filters, and an excellent coffee maker but you can still ruin it all if you use an incorrect grind.
Here is some basic knowledge about coffee grinding to help you making the perfect coffee.
The degree to which coffee beans are roasted is one of the most important factors that determine the taste of the coffee. Before roasting, green coffee beans are soft, with a fresh smell and little or no taste. The coffee roasting process transforms these green coffee beans into the aromatic, flavorful and crispy beans that we call it coffee.
Here is a guide to coffee roasts from light to dark.
We do not need a fancy espresso machine to make a great cup of coffee at home. The only things we need is a proper coffee pot or the traditional cafetiere and some fresh coffee beans. While thousands of articles try to explain how to make the perfect cup of coffee, most are confusing or difficult to reproduce. Here is the ultimate guide to impress both yourself and your friend ;-)
Once roasted, all coffee beans look pretty much the same. Even though there are actually dozens of different varieties of coffee beans, when it comes to your coffee cup, only two varieties really matter: arabica and robusta, the two primary coffee types cultivated for drinking.
But what's the difference between the two? Though they might look similar, the two varieties strongly differ in taste, caffeine content, quality, growing conditions and location, price, etc.