Coffee uses a stimulant to help you wake up in the morning. It is prepared from roasted seeds, commonly called ‘beans', of the coffee plant. These green coffee beans are sent to places where they are processed to make coffee powder.
The exact taste experience of coffee is determined by a whole series of variables, of which variety, country of origin, post-harvest preparation and roasting are perhaps the key elements. Coffee provides an income for tens of millions of people. It is produced in over 50 countries. A number of products are sold for the convenience of consumers who do not want to prepare their own coffee. Instant coffee is dried into soluble powder or freezes dried into granules that can be quickly dissolved in hot water.
The chemical and physical properties of green coffee beans are transformed into roasted coffee product in roasting process. Roasting is a process where heat triggers a series of physical and chemical changes to a green bean and is transformed into a headily aromatic and flavoursome delight. The coffee roasting process consists essentially of cleaning, roasting, cooling, grinding, and packaging operations.
One main group of coffee is Robusta, which grows well in hotter and more humid conditions and is generally found at lower levels, below 800 metres.
Gourmet coffee is prepared by adding compatible flavours that actually enrich its coffee aroma and taste. Gourmet coffee is the result of a complete and specialised process. Specialty gourmet coffee beans grown only in ideal coffee-producing climates and soil.
Gourmet coffee is available in most grocery stores. You can buy it online as well.
Green Coffee looks forward to providing you with Green coffee beans which meet required qualities and which, after roasting at home in the i-Roast, will provide coffee that tastes good.