How to choose the coffee for you ?

There are 5 main Properties that are taken into account with every kind of Arabica and robusta coffees.

They Are;

  • Acidity

  • Bitterness

  • Sweetness

  • Sourness

  • Body

We will explain Below the characteristics of each of these Properties.

  • Acidity

Tangy, sharp, wine-like notes that are found mostly in lighter roasted Coffee.

  • Bitterness

Generally undesirable in coffee, except in low doses. Extra dark or over-extracted roasts will usually have this note.

  • Sweetness

Indicates the amount of sucrose or fructose in the coffee, which taste like chocolate, fruit, or caramel.

  • Sourness

Similar to, but not quite the same as acidity. Acidity is a good thing, but sour notes are more harsh and biting, like tasting vinegar or Lemons.

  • Body

How the coffee feels in your mouth — thick like whole milk, or thin like water — plus any aftertaste it leaves. If your mouth feels uncomfortably dry after a couple sips, that coffee is called astringent, which can also be thought of as a bad thing.

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