Everyone loves coffee. Well, if not all, almost everything.
It is believed that coffee today - the most popular beverage after water on the planet.
The civilized world today is unthinkable without the culture of coffee consumption. This drink connects all aspects of our lives, starting with a morning "includes" cup, coffee break to enliven the work, a friendly chat over coffee and cake.
Coffee is a drink that serves as an occasion for many pleasant meetings - with friends, family or just a newspaper.
That is why everyone loves coffee ... or - almost all :-)
What made coffees?
If the main types of industrial coffee trees only two, then where does such a variety of grades? - Asks the curious reader.
Coffee, brewed from Robusta, has considerable strength and earthy aroma of coffee. Arabica coffee has an intense of complex flavor, reminiscent of flowers, fruit, honey, chocolate.
As a general rule, consumers are offered more than one type of coffee in its purest form, as a mixture of several varieties.
Mixing varieties pursues a very important goal - to create a well-defined and the desired taste and aroma of coffee.
Blending is an art - that is based not only on knowledge and experience, but also on intuition.
One of the most important aspects of mix - "wedding" between Arabica and Robusta. Arabica - excellent variety with a rich taste and a wonderful aroma, but it is almost half the caffeine and fat than Robusta beans. Robusta coffee is less aromatic, but gives a more complete and extractive infusion.
Thus, Arabica and Robusta, can nest in different proportions, provide a wide range of flavors and aromas of coffee drinks.
But that's not all.
The taste that you feel, taking a sip of excellent (or not) of coffee depends not only on the mixture, but also on the quality of roasting, grinding and coffee recipes matching the final result.
How to make coffee - industrial approach
The life of the future coffee tree starts with a seed sprouted. Its planted in a special container, is it still in its shell pergamentopodobnoy.
After about ten weeks of the grains there are young sprouts. After reaching seedlings 5-10 cm in height they are transplanted into high pots or plastic bags, and continue to care for them in the greenhouses.