Drinking too much coffee And 9 things about coffee

Drinking too much coffee And 9 things about coffee

Drinking too much coffee every day can cause few things for us. This is 9 things you did not know about coffee that we need to know.


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1. Nice coffee should taste like little

During the course, the participants taste coffee from different parts of the world, the vast majority of an exclusive variant. The taste can tell you something about the country of origin.

– Really good coffee should not have much flavor! When a coffee has a very pronounced flavor, it is often undesirable, which generally comes from the beans is over developed, said Davidsen and mention American coffee as an example.

The South American coffee tastes bitter, while coffee from East Africa is more fruity. But you must know by to notice the difference. The course participants will smell, slurp and drink the brew from most producing countries.

– The finest coffee is a cleaner product and tastes, therefore, less. Lots of flavors come from substances you do not really want to brew you, he said.

2. Coffee was originally used medicinally

Coffee originated in Ethiopia and has historically been used for medical reasons. Not surprisingly, it works well as a laxative, which was also a key feature.

In Norway, the coffee introduced in the 1800s, at a time when alcohol restrictions became more and more common. Coffee served as a new tobacco at a time when the production of spirits was at a low level. Today beverages 19 of 20 Norwegians coffee daily and we consume an average of all six cups daily, which is equivalent to eight kilograms per head annually.

Approximately 60% of the coffee we drink in Norway is from Brazil. 20% are from Colombia and the rest of other South American or African countries.

3. Coffee has a wider aroma span than both wine and beer

Five different types of coffee participants are asked to tell what it reminds: Associative tasting, call Arnevik it. Each participant will have a unique experience.

– In a cup of coffee can be traced almost 800 unique flavors.

– The closest one comes complexity within beverages is enough beer. Wine, however, is only fermented fruit juice, it is quite straightforward, says coffee enthusiast.

4. Preparation can trump price level

It can be tough to accommodate the most expensive kind of coffee in a student budget. Fortunately, there is more to be gained in the proper preparation than “right” ingredients. Coffee gets quite far with being careful proportions, clean equipment and a consistent approach to brewing. It is important with precision measuring instruments, but also that you actually drink coffee immediately.

Black coffee at home

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– Fresh coffee is important whether you are concerned with flavor. Accordingly, expensive coffee well cooled a clue anymore said,

– The rebel me more when people ruin a good coffee on to brew it wrong than when the stock cheap coffee properly.

5. Storage affect flavor

Keep coffee in the bag you bought it! If you want to go a step further, buy whole coffee beans. Then you grind exactly the amount of coffee you want to drink: How to keep the raw materials for much longer.

– Coffee can be compared with a bread: It is best when it is fresh and freshly prepared. The taste of coffee dies slowly but surely the longer it has been since it was minced. You would never have opened soda bottle in the store before you take the bottle home,

6. The world’s most expensive coffee comes pre-digested

If you want a taste experience with a difference, the coffee category Kopi Luwak probably something for you. This Indonesian coffee is collected from the feces of civet

– Coffee beans of this type are thus extracted from the feces of this cat beast,


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The process is controversial, at least if you are an animal lover. Animal rights activists have criticized the production of this type of coffee beans and the way animals are treated.

7. Black coffee has the highest caffeine content

A common perception among coffee consumers is that stronger coffee tends to have a higher caffeine content. This is not true, said Davidsen.

– It’s a little odd when tired of people asking for a double espresso “to wake”: Espresso has little caffeine compared with regular black coffee.

8. The quality of the water is important

Not unexpectedly, there is plenty of water in a cup of coffee. In a brew is mixing ratio 1.3% coffee, 98.7% water. Therefore, it is important that the water is actually drinkable.

– In Norway, this is no problem, we have very good drinking water. In other countries, this is a major problem: Some coffee shops have just as much focus on purifying water for coffee quality,

9. Capsule Coffee can work – but only for wasteful

For a real coffee enthusiast capsule coffee from Nespresso, for example, one sucks hurry variant. Davidsen partially agrees.

– Decaffeinated coffee, however, is not suitable for any who like coffee

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