Saturday, February 25, 2012


Finding the Best Coffee Beans in the World

Executive summary about world s best coffee beans By Joyce Kaaland

The best coffee beans are now also said to come from India. Prized professional coffee tasters use a number of ways to determine the world's best coffee and thus coffee beans.

Some of the highest quality coffee beans chosen for the 2010-2012 year include the Tanzania Peaberry beans that develop as one whole bean rather than the usual two halves. Unique quality coffee beans are from Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. It is the Asian Palm Civet that eats the coffee berries and then the beans pass through undigested. These civet beans have one of the largest demands for a coffee bean around the world.

Breathe in the aroma and flavor of the roasting beans. Go to as many different roasting houses as you can and write down the name of the coffee and roast level, mild, medium and dark roast each time. If you want to get ambitious, you can try roasting your beans at home in small batches for the freshest coffee bean aroma and flavor possible.

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Where Do We Find The Best Coffee in the World?

Executive summary about world s best coffee beans By Howard Cusato

Is there such a thing as the best coffee? How to Find The Best Coffee in the World For us to know what the world's best coffee is we have to taste all the coffee that each destination has to offer.

So let us try to search from one country to another:
Brazil is the world's biggest coffee bean producer, though that can't be the basis on declaring that their coffee is also the best.

Swedish coffee is said to be good as they are too aromatic with a deep taste. Three of the best Swedish coffees are Gevalia, Löfbergs Lila and Zoegas.

One secret why Swedish coffee is just so great is the inclusion of egg shells on the grounds. It seems that the calcium in eggs shells neutralizes the acidity of the coffee.

Ethiopia is the legendary home of the tree that produces the fruit or berry that bears the coffee bean, the Arabica tree. Two of the best coffees from this populated African region are the Coffee Klatch from the region of Yirgacheffe and the Counter Culture from the region sun-drenched region of Sidamo.

Sumatra coffee has a tartness that may not appeal to everyone, though they are really good with just a hint of chocolate making it a medium blend that is sweeter than most. It has fruity flavors with thick aroma that will make one think of the jungle where it came from.

The Best Coffee in the World - Arabica or Robusta
Robustas are hearty coffee trees grown at much lower elevations.

Where do We Find The Best Coffee in the World?
All in all, after a short world tour in able to find the best coffee there is, I think we can all agree that there is no such thing. Coffee is always the best when brewed as we like it.
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