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Coffee beans are seeds matured in coffee cherry. They are then processed and dried to coffee beans. Before roasting, coffee beans are green in color and have a beany and grassy aroma. Actually, green coffee beans do not smell like coffee at all. When we roast coffee, we develop 800 to 1000 different aroma compounds. These compounds make the flavor of the coffee. With roast profiling, we can affect the existence of these aroma compounds in coffee and also determine the flavour of the coffee. There are much more to learn so be sure to watch the whole video. If you haven't yet subscribe, please do. I have lots of coffee tips in my channel and I am releasing video everyday.
18 Sep 2019
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If you're bewildered by the array of coffee --- ranging from $1 per pound to $12 per pound --- here's one simple trick that will help you determine if the coffee you're purchasing is high quality roasted coffee. Just put one tablespoonful of coffee on top of a glass of ice water. If your coffee stays on top of the water and does not leach into the water after a few minutes, it's been roasted properly. If it leaches, then it's either over-roasted or under-roasted. Keep reading to find out why this trick works. There are three parts to making a high-quality cup of coffee: good coffee beans, good roasting, and a good brewing system. Of these three parts, roasting might be the most important, followed closely by the bean production. The roasting process produces the characteristic flavor of coffee, by causing the green coffee beans to change and expand in flavor, smell, density, and color, using several chemical reactions. Lighter roasts will allow the bean to exhibit more of its original flavor, meaning the flavor created in the bean by its variety, soil, altitude, and weather conditions. At darker roasts, the flavor of the roast itself becomes so dominant that it is difficult to distinguish the origin of the bean. Split Rock coffee beans are carefully selected from only the finest growers in South America, Central America, Indonesia and Africa to create the perfect balance of flavors in your cup. Our master roaster has over 25 years of experience in the coffee industry, and roasts Split Rock Coffee locally for maximum freshness. Split Rock Coffee’s customer service is top-notch, and our goal is to impress you with our coffee, from its flavor and richness, to the delivery of that coffee and the genuine care you receive when you order from Split Rock Coffee.
24 Sep 2019
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In this video I will explain scientifically the common misconception that dark roast is more caffeinated since it is more dense. Watch and learn.
4 Oct 2019
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When it comes to flavor, there’s nothing quite like freshly roasted coffee beans. To get the absolute freshest coffee, you may want to take the extra step of roasting your beans at home. Luckily, this is easy to do using an old-fashioned stovetop popcorn popper.
10 Oct 2019
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Puro Cafe offers the best coffee in Valparaiso, Chile. The coffee really is good.
15 Sep 2019
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Our coffee beans are carefully selected from only the finest growers in South America, Central America, Indonesia and Africa to create the perfect balance of flavors in your cup. Our master roaster has over 25 years of experience in the coffee industry, and roasts Split Rock Coffee locally for maximum freshness.
14 Sep 2019
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Split Rock’s coffee buyer started his career as a chef, choosing and combining flavors to create award-winning dishes. Creating a great cup of coffee for all your occasions. Coffees from around the world have flavor compounds that reflect the soil structure and altitude at which they are grown, as well as the water supply, sunlight or shade, and other growing conditions. Some coffee growing regions are known for the distinct body found in the coffees they grow; other areas produce coffees with a citrus acidity, or in rarer cases, fruity overtones. The roasting process needs to also take other qualities into account. Some coffees are soft, with a less dense cell structure, and are best lightly roasted, while others are hard or dense, and dark roasting brings out the flavors in the bean. Our coffee buyer utilizes his culinary and coffee buying experience to create blends that work best at each roast level, carefully testing them to be sure that the flavors are balanced in the final cup. Split Rock coffee blends are sure to please the most discriminating palate. Our Light Roast is 100% Colombian from the Huila (Southern) region of Colombia. The lighter roast style is balanced, rich and brighter in acidity then the dark and medium roasts. This Single Origin coffee is a great example of Colombian coffee. Our Medium Roast is a traditional Breakfast Blend. This blend highlights the body of Strictly High Grown (SHG) Central American, the mild acidity of East African, and the smooth finish of the South American coffees. Medium Roast has notes of sweet chocolate with a dark cherry finish, and makes a great choice for Espresso. Our Dark Roast is reminiscent of a light French Roast. The combination of Central American and Indonesian coffee beans produces a great balance of body and acidity. The beans naturally occurring dark cocoa, and bittersweet chocolate flavors work well with cream or milk. Our decaffeinated coffee beans with the same passion as our caffeinated beans.
16 Sep 2019
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Split Rock Medium Roast Coffee Beans and Ground are of the highest quality. Our medium roast coffee is less grainy than light roast coffee and has a balanced flavor, aroma, and acidity. Koffee Kult Medium Roast Coffee Beans are a combination of Brazil and Colombian coffee beans. Surprisingly, Split Rock Medium Roast Coffee has more caffeine than the darker roasts. A hot cup of Split Rock's medium roast is not only a smooth finish, but it will also jump start your day! Whether you are an early bird looking to for a wake-up call, an afternoon coffee indulger, or a night shift nurse, our medium roast coffee is suitable for every moment of your day.
28 Sep 2019
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Brazil is the world’s leading grower and exporter of coffee beans, with a mellow flavor that makes for a very typical dark roast. In this video, you will experience Brazil. Also when you buy Split Rock Coffee, you will feel the atmosphere of this country in your every sip. About one-third of all of the world’s coffee is grown in Brazil, and much of Brazil’s premium coffee is labeled Santos after the port it is shipped through. Brazil is the largest exporter in the world, supplying approximately 60% of the world’s coffee – this is due in part to the sheer size of the country.
2 Oct 2019
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As one of the world's largest coffee exporters after Brazil and Vietnam, Indonesia serves as an interesting coffee destination with plantations spreading from Papua to Aceh. Coffee beans in Indonesia consist of arabica, robusta and liberica. Indonesian coffee are complex, syrupy, low acidity and typically extremely dense. which makes them ideal for roasting on the darker side. This is largely due to the widespread practice of a traditional processing method unique to Indonesia known as "giling basah". This semi-washed method is known commonly as wet-hulling and nearly all the coffee in the region are processed in this manner. In short, the coffee cherry is allowed to dry on the bean for a short time before being washed and removed, imparting some of the flavors of the pulp and fruit to the bean. The island of Sumatra, produce 75% of specialty grade Arabica coffee comes from the Island of Sumatra Indonesia! Which is also where most of the coffee from Indonesia comes from, ,upwards! Specialty Arabica coffee is Indonesia's most popularly exported product and gained worldwide acknowledgment. This has positioned Indonesia as the 2nd largest specialty Arabica exporter in the world, with 150,000 tons of export per year. Nearly 100 genetic varieties of Arabica coffee have been created since 1699 - some of these include Sumatera Lintong, Sumatera Koerinci, Sumatera Solok Minang, Java Preanger, Java Ijen Raung, Java Estate, Sulawesi Toraja, Papua Wamena and much more. Split Rock coffee beans are 100% authentic indonesian coffee beans. Endulge in indonesian beans in every sip of our split rock coffee.
7 Oct 2019
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In this video we will explain to you the difference between automatic and semi-automatic espresso machine. We get asked this question very frequently. The answer is one simple expression - 'Shot Timing'. So, what is 'Shot Timing'? - It is the time taken for the hot pressurised water to pass through the coffee grounds to give you your espresso shot measuring around 30 ml. In a Semi-automatic machine, the user has to control the timing by sight. Which means you flick the switch and start the pump, let the brew pour out, watch the brew fall into the cup, and when you have estimated visually, that the brew collected in the cup is around 30ml, you flip the switch and stop the pump. This is the procedure you need to follow in a semi-automatic machine. In a fully automatic machine, the electronics inside have a built-in timer which is programmed to stop the pump automatically after a pre-determined time. So all you have to do is press one button to get the pump started. No visual inspection required and perfect results every time. In worthy to mention here that the industry standard of 30ml for an espresso shot is not etched in stone. You could, depending on your personal taste or on the basis of the coffee bean characteristics like roast or origin profile choose to have your espresso shot either less or more than the 30ml suggested shot size. This variation in the shot quantity can be achieved in both machines. In the semi-automatic, the running of the pump is in your control anyway.
10 Oct 2019
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Coffee Farmers for Split Rock Coffee practice organic farming. An organic farm allows no synthetic chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides to be used during the cultivation or production processes. An organic farm is managed as the working ecosystem it is, and farmers employ techniques such as composting, terracing, and natural pest control that are often produced on the farm. Most of these techniques are traditional farming methods passed down generation to generation and are more environmentally beneficial because they produce less waste and maintain the natural shade canopy of the tree. Health Benefits; It should be obvious that Organic coffee would be more healthful because it has not been treated with pesticides and chemical fertilizers.... Additionally, coffee has potential health benefits due to its antioxidant content. Organic coffee may help you lose weight by boosting your metabolism.
14 Sep 2019
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