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Coffee tasting

Coffee tasting (also called coffee cupping) is done to determine the characteristics of a particular coffee blend. A coffee taster judges coffee based on appearance, aroma, body, and flavour by first smelling and then tasting the coffee. He or she will taste the coffee at various temperatures to discover all the complexities of the blend or bean.

 

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Coffee Origins

As the legend goes, the first person to ever drink a cup of coffee was the 9th century goat herder Kaldi who noticed that his flock had more energy when consuming the red berries of a certain plant. He collected the berries and took them to a Muslim holy man who threw them into a fire. The roasting scent was so delicious that they quickly gathered up the beans, ground them, mixed them with water and drank them.

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FAST FACTS:

The 2 main types of commercially grown coffee are Arabica and Robusta. Arabica beans account for around 65% of total coffee production, Robusta make up the rest.

Over 1400 million cups of coffee are drunk around the world each day. It is one of the most consumed drinks after water

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