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But usually pruned
To 8ft or 2.4 meters “Speciality coffee is defined as a crafted quality coffee-based beverage, which is judged by the consumer (in a limited marketplace at a given time) to have a unique quality, a distinct taste and personality different from, and superior to, the common coffee beverages offered. The beverage is based on beans that have been grown in an accurately defined area, and which meet the highest standards for green coffee and for its roasting, storage and brewing.” What is
Specialty Coffee? Agenda
Where coffee comes from
How to brew the best cup of coffee
What is stale and bad coffee vs great coffee
Make your own great coffee
Health and Coffee Dry processed coffee beans has more body, less acidity, more sweetness Dry/Natural processing From seed to tree
3-5yrs to bear first fruits Tell us ! Your name
What’s your best or worse experience with coffee?
What do you hope to achieve with this class? WELCOME Professional Barista : Level 1 Wet processing coffee beans
gives a cleaner taste, higher
Acidity, less sweetness Wet processing Commercial Specialty grade Handpicking Mechanical harvest Stripping 900 m Robusta
- Lower altitude
- Tends to be more bitter/flat
- More resistant to disease/pest
- Added for crema and body flavor
- Discovered in Lomani River in Congo around
- Woody and earthy, typically bitter Arabica
Harder to grow
First discovered around 15th Century