How coffee is roasted
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How coffee is roasted

How coffee is roasted How coffee is roasted. Firstly, we need to look at where coffee comes from. The beans that we love to grind and put in our favourite drink are actually the seed of a fruit. The coffee fruit. A coffee plant when growing produces fantastic fruits, that […]

How coffee is good for you
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How coffee is good for you

Countless times we hear how coffee is good for you. Albeit it is usually a coffee drinker that shares this revelation with you. But, what makes them think that what evidence is there to back it up and is it just hype to make us drink more coffee? Coffee has […]

How many bars of pressure
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How many bars of pressure?

Modern “Bean to Cup” Coffee Machines are often advertised as offering a certain level of steam pressure. This is used to force the hot water through the coffee “puck” to create a shot of espresso. Many styles of coffee use this as a basis. But how many bars of pressure […]

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Are Coffee Beans Edible?

What are coffee beans? They are actually the seed of the coffee fruit itself. Once the coffee plant is harvested, the fruit is stripped away to leave the raw green coffee bean itself. These are then roasted to give us the dark little beans that we know and love, which […]

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Are coffee cups recyclable?

A lot of shops, food outlets and coffee shops offer cardboard recycling bins. This leads most people to believe that if they put their cardboard coffee cups in them they will be recycled. But are coffee cups recyclable? The difficulty comes when recycling plants try to separate the plastic polymer […]

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Are coffee grounds good for plants?

Where ever you turn, you hear of people using coffee grounds like manure for plants and seeds. You hear of its great fertilisation features and even see coffee shops offering free coffee grounds for your plants. Take home bags of the stuff and spread it all over your garden! So, […]