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How To Become a Coffee Lover

There is no certain way to enjoy coffee. Some might be just fine as long as they have coffee, others might like trying new coffee recipes, or a few wants to brew professional quality coffee at home. There are even coffee equipment collectors who have an espresso machine, a siphon brewer, or even a roaster. But before you get deeply into coffee, where is a good place to start?

Finding Favorite Coffee

cup of coffeeIf you would be satisfied with your favorite coffee, the easiest way is to go to near by coffee shops to look for your favorite taste. At this stage, it is important to just enjoy what you can enjoy. If you don’t like black, but you like sweet creamy one, put some sugar and cream inside.

As you drink coffee more, you will find your preference like whether you like fuller or lighter bodied one. That’s when you should ask the barista what he/she would recommend based on our preference. If you can’t find the favorite flavor at the coffee shop, your preference probably doesn’t match the style of the shop. If luckily you could find your favorite coffee at chain store, it would be conveniently available at other locations. There maybe slight difference in flavor, but at least it would be pretty close to your favorite.

Try Various Coffee

Once you get dipped in the world of coffee, you can’t help seeing various coffee. By going to numerous different stores and try different menues, you would be in touch with various roasting profiles, varietals, origins, and brewings.

If you wonder how difference in coffee preparation makes difference in flavor, having one sip of black coffee every time you get coffee. Characteristics of coffee usually hidden behind cream and sugar are easier to pick up this way. After the sip, drink it with milk and syrup or any way you want.

Trying out different cafes is a real joy for coffee lovers. But I would recommend that you would go to various kind of coffee shops rather than chains like Starbucks and Peet’s. Also many shops source beans from major third-wave coffee bean suppliers like Inteligentsia and Stumptown. Once baristas get to a certain level of skills, as long as beans are the same, their flavor variation in coffee tends to be close. To try wide range of variation, finding shops which roast coffee in house is the way.

Checking out Yelp and other gourmet reviews is useful. Reviews you read could guide you to finding your favorite coffee house.

Good Coffee at Home

Finding your favorite coffee roaster is the best way to have good coffee at home. Lacking coffee brewing sills could be mostly covered with good fresh roasted coffee bean, however; the other way around isn’t easy. If you just wanna drink decent cup at convenience, using a coffee maker or espresso machine might serve you. This way, you get to enjoy a steady cup quality as you desire. One thing that you have to remember is that the freshness of coffee doesn’t last long. so just buy the amount you could finish within two weeks to one month at most.

Brewing Coffee Yourself

Brewing coffee on your own gives you more joy and appreciation towards coffee. The hand brewed coffee is supreme. It’s not just psychological effect. The maker gives steady results, in another words, it limits the subtle adjustment and possibility of the coffee. The manual brewing could be adjusted in any way, so you can choose brewing method based on the characteristics of the coffee bean you have.

Out of many brewing methods, hand drip(pour-over) is recommended. It is very easy way to brew, at the same time, it has infinite depth one can never literally master. The equipment is very inexpensive. A drip cone and a set of filter paper could be bought for $10-20. Of course if you look for some specific types of drippers, they cost more.

A drip pot is next to essential to brew good coffee. Some people modify regular kettle or tea pot, but the getting a drip pot wouldn’t be bad idea considering the positive contribution of it. Controlling water pouring onto the grounds determines the resulting cup.

Another adequate item is a grinder. The freshness of coffee is very important, and ground coffee gets oxidized much faster than whole bean. Once you try freshly grinded coffee, you will understand it in an instant. If there is no need for a large amount of ground coffee at once, hand coffee mill could be a good choice. Cheap blades-type electric grinders don’t make even grounds. A decent quality bur grinder could be pretty pricey, so hand mill is a good choice as the first one.

Once you get to this point, your passion(Coffee Addiction) towards coffee is self-sustained(unstoppable). Your knowledge, barista skills, equipments, and cupping skills continuously improve.

About Coffee

Everyone recognizes a roasted coffee bean, but you might not recognize an actual coffee plant.

White flowers on coffee tree

Coffee trees are pruned short to conserve their energy and aid in harvesting, but can grow to more than 30 feet (9 meters) high. Each tree is covered with green, waxy leaves growing opposite each other in pairs. Coffee cherries grow along the branches. Because it grows in a continuous cycle, it’s not unusual to see flowers, green fruit and ripe fruit simultaneously on a single tree.

It takes nearly a year for a cherry to mature after first flowering, and about 5 years of growth to reach full fruit production. While coffee plants can live up to 100 years, they are generally the most productive between the ages of 7 and 20. Proper care can maintain and even increase their output over the years, depending on the variety. The average coffee tree produces 10 pounds of coffee cherry per year, or 2 pounds of green beans.

All commercially grown coffee is from a region of the world called the Coffee Belt. The trees grow best in rich soil, with mild temperatures, frequent rain and shaded sun.

Botanical classification

Coffee traces its origin to a genus of plants known as Coffea.  Within the genus there are over 500 genera and 6,000 species of tropical trees and shrubs. Experts estimate that there are anywhere from 25 to 100 species of coffee plants.

The genus was first described in the 18th century by the Swedish botanist, Carolus Linneaus, who also described Coffea Arabica in his Species Plantarum in 1753. Botanists have disagreed ever since on the exact classification, since coffee plants can range widely. They can be small shrubs to tall trees, with leaves from one to 16 inches in size, and in colors from purple or yellow to the predominant dark green.

In the commercial coffee industry, there are two important coffee species — Arabica and Robusta.

Coffea Arabica — C. Arabica 

Varieties: Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, Mundo Novo, Tico, San Ramon, Jamaican Blue Mountain

Coffea Arabica is descended from the original coffee trees discovered in Ethiopia.  These trees produce a fine, mild, aromatic coffee and represent approximately 70% of the world’s coffee production. The beans are flatter and more elongated than Robusta and lower in caffeine.

On the world market, Arabica coffees bring the highest prices.  The better Arabicas are high grown coffees — generally grown between 2,000 to 6,000 feet (610 to 1830 meters) above sea level — though optimal altitude varies with proximity to the equator. 

The most important factor is that temperatures must remain mild, ideally between 59 – 75 degrees Fahrenheit, with about 60 inches of rainfall a year. The trees are hearty, but a heavy frost will kill them.  

Arabica trees are costly to cultivate because the ideal terrain tends to be steep and access is difficult. Also, because the trees are more disease-prone than Robusta, they require additional care and attention. 

Coffea canephora — C. canephora var. Robusta

Variety: Robusta

Most of the world’s Robusta is grown in Central and Western Africa, parts of Southeast Asia, including Indonesia and Vietnam, and in Brazil. Production of Robusta is increasing, though it accounts for only about 30% of the world market. 

Robusta is primarily used in blends and for instant coffees. The Robusta bean itself tends to be slightly rounder and smaller than an Arabica bean.  

The Robusta tree is heartier and more resistant to disease and parasites, which makes it easier and cheaper to cultivate. It also has the advantage of being able to withstand warmer climates, preferring constant temperatures between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, which enables it to grow at far lower altitudes than Arabica.  

It requires about 60 inches of rainfall a year, and cannot withstand frost. Compared with Arabica, Robusta beans produce a coffee which has a distinctive taste and about 50-60% more caffeine.  

The Anatomy of a Coffee Cherry

The beans you brew are actually the processed and roasted seeds from a fruit, which is called a coffee cherry.

The coffee cherry’s outer skin is called the exocarp. Beneath it is the mesocarp, a thin layer of pulp, followed by a slimy layer called the parenchyma.  The beans themselves are covered in a paper-like envelope named the endocarp, more commonly referred to as the parchment.  

Inside the parchment, side-by-side, lie two beans, each covered separately by yet another thin membrane. The biological name for this seed skin is the spermoderm, but it is generally referred to in the coffee trade as the silver skin.

In about 5% of the world’s coffee, there is only one bean inside the cherry. This is called a peaberry (or a caracol, or “snail” in Spanish), and it is a natural mutation. Some people believe that peaberries are actually sweeter and more flavorful than standard beans, so they are sometimes manually sorted out for special sale.