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Vasileia Fanarioti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
4 months
Hi Erik, So, how your coffee tastes depends on many factors such as quality, origin, roast or preparation of the coffee. There are also a few...
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Shruti Gupta
Coffee experts@Era of We
4 months
If you're someone who's relatively new to the world of coffee or simply wants to explore all the different arenas of coffee, I've got some...
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Anna Nordström
Coffee experts@Löfbergs
4 months
Hi! I would recommend you talk help from SCA Coffee Tasters Flavor Wheel. Start in the inner circle and try to decide which piece best...
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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
4 months
I love this question. The answer can get complicated easily, but I will do my best to keep it as straightforward as it should. Simply put,...
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Anna Åkerström
Coffee experts@Löfbergs Rosteri & Kaffebar Karlstad
4 months
What is your view of freshly roasted, for how long do you call it fresh roasted?
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Anna Nordström
Coffee experts@Löfbergs
4 months
Generally one month, maximum three. The freshness of the beans will also depend on if the bag was vacuum packed/nitro flushed/fully airtight or not.
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Emily Joy Meneses
Coffee experts@Era of We
4 months
That's a great question! There are four types of roasts you'll see at most cafes, markets, and coffee suppliers: light, medium, medium-dark, and dark roast....
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Katrina Yentch
Coffee experts@Era of We
4 months
Why is coffee acidic? I know it should be but not like acid right?
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Joachim Estal
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
4 months
The word “acidity” is commonly perceived as the pH level and in the case of beverages, this automatically translates to heartburns, indigestion or acid refluxes....
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Chandra Melo
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
4 months
What's the best kind of coffee to use for espresso?
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Emily Joy Meneses
Coffee experts@Era of We
4 months
It really depends on your preference - some cafés will use a blend of 2 countries, but most recommend using a single origin bean (meaning...
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Shruti Gupta
Coffee experts@Era of We
5 months
When it comes to coffee, everything has to be the best! Even when it comes to the coffee filter, there's a lot to consider. We might...
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Anna Nordström
Coffee experts@Löfbergs
5 months
Omni-roast means that the roast profile has been tailored for the coffee to taste good both brewed as filter coffee and espresso. This is often...