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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Food and Drink-Here's How the Right Brewing Coffee

Here's How the Right Brewing Coffee
Probably most of you are not a coffee connoisseur who cares at this stage of manufacture. When you have good coffee is served, it is enough for you. But not so with coffee lovers. They will observe and enjoy the various stages in the manufacture of coffee, from buying and storing coffee, brewing, inhaling the aroma before sipping, feel the warmth when it enters the body, to identify its flavor.

If you are a coffee lover, you will also know that coffee is not brewed properly stored and will mess up the sensation. Here are some examples.

1. Refrigerator or freezer is the best place to store coffee. Roasted coffee beans are porous, and capable of absorbing moisture and flavor of food. So, the fridge is not a good place to store coffee. Keep it fresh coffee beans in an airtight box at room temperature, for a maximum consumption during 5-7 days.

2. Ground coffee taste as good as if you grind the beans themselves. Premium coffee outlets typically sell in the form of coffee beans you can grind your own. But if you do not intend to eat them immediately, you should not have to buy coffee beans like this. Coffee will usually start to lose quality as soon as threshed. Coffee flavor is best if the ground immediately before brewing.

3. It is best to brew coffee with distilled water. Distilled water is more hygienic, but the manufacturing process will eliminate the mineral content in water. In fact, the mineral content in water that is important to give the flavor of coffee. What also makes the coffee taste is not pleasant tap water with chlorine content. Coffee lovers generally use bottled water from springs.

4. The best coffee brewed with boiling water. Indeed there is no bad effect on health, but the water is too hot will be interesting compounds in coffee that makes it more bitter. The best temperature to brew coffee around 93 degrees Celsius, or about 45 sad before boiling total. In coffee shops, baristas have their own tools to measure the accuracy of the temperature. If we, perhaps only guessed at.


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