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Coffee may just well be good for you, Part II

Coffee may just well be good for you, Part II

Coffee and veggies, reducing your risk of Covid transmission?    Article by Cara Murez, HealthDay Reporter Coffee delivers the boost that many people need to start their day. Now, new research suggests this breakfast powerhouse may also provide some protection...

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Coffee just may well be good for you!

Coffee just may well be good for you!

Ok, as if we needed an excuse to love coffee.  This video, by Harvard Professor, Sanjiv Chopra details the benefits of coffee. Apparently, Dr. Chopra through his research, has believed this for years, and this video (found on the site, Diagnostic Detectives) details...

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The Roasting Process

The Roasting Process

The Roasting Process This video details the process of the actual roast. Here, we talk about what happens, when. Roasts have the ability to pull out a number of different flavors, and where you choose to place your focus is really very much a choice. Here, we discuss...

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Roast Levels

Roast Levels

Roast LevelsThis video details the differences, and the nuances between the roast levels. From Light, through Medium to Dark, there are distinct differences, on that very same bean, and this now becomes a flavor choice. This video may help you to understand what you...

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The Cupping Process

The Cupping Process

The Cupping ProcessThe cupping process is the method by which professionals--bean buyers, roasters, and others--use to taste their coffee. Bean buyers will use this method to assure that the lots have no defect, whether in the growing process, the milling process, or...

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The Brewing Process

The Brewing Process

The Brewing Process In this video, we discuss the brewing process generally, with some specifics on certain methods. There are some great principles here that apply to all methods of brewing, and knowing these might empower you to enhance your cup of brew at home,...

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Our Origin: the Rewired Bread Machine

Our Origin: the Rewired Bread Machine

How it All Began:This delightful little (ok, long) video shows you our early history. Before we moved into professional roasting, we'd been roasting for five years -- on a rewired bread machine. The story itself is fascinating. And surprisingly, we'd come to surpass...

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Guatemala

Guatemala

Origin Education Guatemala Guatemala boasts a variety of growing regions and conditions that produce spectacular coffees. Today, the country is revered as a producer of some of the most flavorful and nuanced cups worldwide. We are proud to work with several...

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Brazil

Brazil

Origin Education Brazil  Just under 40% of all coffee in the world is produced in Brazil - around 3.7 million metric tons annually. With so much coffee produced, it’s no wonder that the country produces a wide range of qualities. Brazil produces everything from...

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Indonesia

Indonesia

Origin Education IndonesiaIndonesia has a long coffee producing history, but recently their coffees have been overlooked by the specialty market. Thanks to our supplier, we are proud to bring you high-quality coffees from many of Indonesia’s unique regions,...

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Colombia

Colombia

Origin EducationColombiaColombia has been producing and exporting coffees renowned for their full body and bright acidity since the early 19th century. Thanks to its wide range of coffee growing regions, microclimates, and altitudes, Colombia can meet demand for...

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The History of Coffee

The History of Coffee

Editor's Note: This article, written by Giorgio Milos, and first published in The Atlantic, is an amazing story of the history of coffee. Well written, and enthralling. By GIORGIO MILOS, Master Barista for Trieste, Italy-based illycaffè  Google "Origins of Coffee" and...

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