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Transcript: He tried the beans himself and soon found himself frolicking with his flock. Thank you! Questions? According to Kaldi legend, coffee originated in the highlands of Ethiopia-9th century. Alertness was discovered to be a symptom from drinking this drink. It takes about 3 to 5 years before a coffee tree bears coffee cherries which turns bright red when it is ripe and ready to be harvested. The crops are harvested in two ways. It can be hand-picked or by a machine. What is Coffee Arabic coffee Introduction Coffee is a drink made from the roasted and ground bean-like seeds of a tropical shrub. The fruit in a coffee tree are called coffee cherries. The cherries are processed to become coffee beans which can be grounded and brewed. Processing the Cherries The period of time and the process in which a coffee bean is roasted, grounded and brewed can all vary for the acquired taste. Many Brazilian coffees are mechanically stripped from the coffee tree, not lovingly hand picked. Brazil's climate and in non-volcanic soil. Planting Seeds After all of its processes, the coffee is ready to be consumed!! The beans are sorted according to size and thickness it gives a different taste Brazil is a coffee giant producing over 40 percent of the world's coffee! EX: Its coffee exports amounted to 8.65 million bags in January 2014. COFFEEلقهوة العربية Exporting the Beans The beans are packaged and shipped to importing countries like America. Discovery of Coffee (Legends) The bean is removed from the cherry using two methods. The dry or the wet method. After both processes, the coffee beans are placed in a fermentation tank where the final layers are removed. The dry method uses the sun to dry the outer layers until the moisture content has decreased to 11%. The wet method requires a machine to remove the cherry from the bean. The origin of Coffee Harvesting Coffee comes from the seed, or bean, of the coffee tree. There are different types of coffee trees and different environmental factors affects its results. They grow best in places that have a warm climate and tend to growth in well-drained soils. Around 800 A.D. coffee was said to be discovered by an Ethiopian goatherd whose name was Kaldi. Kaldi noticed his goats had more energy and were dancing from shrub to shrub eating the cherry-red berries that contained the coffee bean. Sorting Tree Coffee Coffee is the most important raw material traded throughout the world behind crude oil, and has become the most important export article for the nations that grow it. 1-What is Coffee 2-Discovery of Coffee (Legends) 3-The origin of Coffee 4-Arabic coffee 5-The process of creating coffee 6-Brazil the top Coffee Producer Yemen was the 1st to cultivate the coffee plant and to really market it. Yemenis named it qahwa, Turkish khave-Italians caffe. Sufi (mystics) drank coffee to pray throughout the night and to keep them concentrated Coffee known in Mecca- through trade and through the pilgrimage to Mecca. Roasting, Grounding and Brewing Brazil Why does Brazil produce so much coffee?? Two main reasons: The Top Coffee Producer The process of creating coffee

Coffee Presentation

Transcript: Background on Health http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee Coffee's special properties were discovered in the northwest region of Ethiopia in the 15th century. Cultivation of coffee first expanded in the Arab world. From the Muslim world, coffee spread to India, Italy, then to the rest of Europe, to Indonesia, and to the Americas. An important export commodity, coffee was the top agricultural export for twelve countries in 2004, and it was the world's seventh-largest legal agricultural export by value in 2005. Some controversy is associated with coffee cultivation and its impact on the environment. Many studies have examined the relationship between coffee consumption and certain health conditions; whether the overall effects of coffee are ultimately positive or negative has been widely disputed. The method of brewing coffee has been found to be important to its health effects. http://faostat.fao.org/site/567/DesktopDefault.aspx?PageID=567#ancor Background on Origin Import/Export Citations http://www.ico.org/prices/po.htm Coffee is a brewed beverage with a bitter, acidic flavor prepared from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant. The beans are found in coffee cherries, which grow on trees cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in equatorial Latin America, Southeast Asia, South Asia and Africa. Green (unroasted) coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world. Coffee can have a stimulating effect on humans due to its caffeine content. It is one of the most-consumed beverages in the world. Introduction Behind petroleum, coffee is the second most traded product in the world. Worldwide, 6.7 million metric tons of coffee were produced annually in 1998–2000, and the forecast is a rise to seven million metric tons annually by 2010. http://books.google.com/books?id=BOvMw4fnVZYC&dq=the+perfect+cup&hl=en

Coffee Presentation

Transcript: Planting often takes place during the wet season After taking a coffee seed from the Royal Botanical Gardens in Paris in 1723, navel officer Gabriel de Clieu transported a coffee seed to Martinique Machines are used to remove the parchment layer The objective of a proper grind is to get the most flavor out of the beans "The Turks have a brew, the clour of which is black. It is drunk in long droughts, and not duribg the meal, but afterward as a delicacy and in mouthfuls, while taking ones ease in the company of friends, and there is hardly any gathering among them where it is not drunk" Coffee NCA (National Coffee Association) As demand spread other countries started to try and grow coffee When the beans reach an internal temp of around 200 degrees they begin to turn brown This lasted until 1773 were colonists revolted against a heavy tax on tea imposed by king George At home, coffee is one of the first choices of beverage chosen to start the day and for many people, who relaxingly enjoy this to prepare them for the long day ahead. A coffee bean is actually a seed Then beans are kept moving during the process The coffee is then grounded and infused in boiling water The coffee is shipped in either jute or sisal bags which are loaded into shipping containers Coffee houses started to appear in city across the near east called qahveh khaneh Grading & Storing Bibliography By the 17th century coffee had made its way to Europe and was becoming very popular The Persians started to drink coffee during the 9th century. Took until the 16th century for coffee to be known in Egypt, Syria and Turkey Once dried the beans (known as parchment coffee) are warehoused in sisal bags. Grinding Tasting If processed by the wet method. The beans must mow be dried to 11% moisture to prepare them for storage However negotiations didn't go as planned as the France refused to give coffee seeds over This is what started the billion pound industry that runs Brazil today At Work Brewing Which will produce 9 to 18kg of coffee beans This seedling thrived and created 18 million coffee trees over 50 years Roasting They are then separated by weight through water channels Normally the finer the grind the more quickly the coffee should be prepared Can be sun dried by spreading them on drying tables Prospero Alpino of Padus states coffee: Though coffee house rapidly started to appear, Tea was still the preferred drink “The social function of coffee is clearly evident. Considered a social lubricant, coffee plays a vital role in almost every aspect of our social life. People do business with coffee, people communicate with coffee, people enjoy with coffee and people work with coffee. It is, therefore, safe to assume that people live with coffee.” This action would forever change the american drinking preference to coffee Drying First the taster evaluates the beans for their overall visual quality. The Dutch were the first to succeed in later 17th century by growing coffee in Indonesia (Toussaint-Samat, 2009) Production Processing Exporting However many were against the beverage and called it the "bitter invention of Satan", When coffee came to Venice in 1615 the reputation was so bad that the pope was asked intervene. Coffee comes to Europe The Wet Method The New World Then the taster "noses" the brew to experience its aroma The seedlings are removed and placed into individual pots t Coffee is harvested 1 of 2 ways The cherries are simply spread out on huge surfaces to dry in the sun Hulling ttttt The cherries are passed through a pulping machine Coffee is a witness, a witness in which has foreseen many relationships being built. Friendship, love, couples, teams etc are all situations that coffee has inevitably played a role in at one point or another. We meet for a coffee, we chat about our lives and relationships are built. Coffee is one way that people can comfortably relate to others which is why we have brought it in to our homes. To be enjoyed in our own little bubble. Streetdirectory.com,. 'Coffee: Its Silent Role In Our Society'. N.p., 2015. Web. 22 Apr. 2015 Whether starting work early or starting work late, somehow coffee seems to be our number one friend who keeps us awake until those last five minutes are among us. Depending on location and resources Coffee is possessed of 2 ways A good picker will average 45-90kg of cherry a day. Striped Picked - The entire crop is harvested at once Toussaint-Samat, M. (2009). A history of food. Chichester, West Sussex, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell. Plantations Around The World At every stage of production, the coffee is always tested for assured quality and taste. The beans are the stored in large water-filled fermentation tanks for 12-48 hours Before exportation, parchment coffee is then processed by Milling To taste the coffee the taster drinks a spoonful with a quick inhalation The arabs were not only the first to cultivate coffee but to begin its trade When the coffee has finished roasting the beans are

Coffee Presentation

Transcript: The money earned from selling these fresh coffee beans go to a Birthing house located in Penyem which is in Gambia, Africa. For more information on the fundraiser: Please care to visit Mr. Mullally in room 312 or go to http://www.penyembirthinghouse.blogspot.ca/ for more information on the birthing houses. Do you need community service hours? Coffee will be priced at 15 dollars a bag, although it may be expensive this does go to a excellent cause that helps women give birth in a sanitary building and helps out students who need community service hours. Every 4 bags gives students 1 hour of community service hours. The coffee beans are from Costa Rica, they come in three different types: Light, Dark and Expresso. Now for the coffee... buying this coffee will help with the birthing house! For example they will get: - New beds - Better construction in the building - Heating - An all around more sanitary building for a happy and healthy birth. This coffee fundraiser is a great opportunity to get community service hours while helping out a great cause! Be apart of the fundraiser and start selling coffee beans now! Thank you for listening and we hope to see you participating in this fundraiser!! Fresh coffee will always be the best coffee!! This Costa Rica coffee will be given to you at its freshest point to serve you better for the price you pay. This coffee may be priced at a higher rate but coffee that is sold at the grocery store goes for approximately 9 dollars and it may not even be fresh. This coffee will be guaranteed fresh and will also help a great cause and the students. By: Jenan & Jaime

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