Coffee FAQs is a blog that answers frequently asked questions regarding coffee. It’s like a Q&A section for people who are interested in learning about different aspects of coffee, from growing and roasting to brewing and drinking. Since the blog is new and can be improved upon, it welcomes suggestions from readers on how to make it more informative and engaging.
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Coffee FAQs: A blog that answers frequently asked questions regarding coffee. It’s like a Q&A section for people who are interested in learning about different aspects of coffee, from growing and roasting to brewing and drinking. Since the blog is new and can be improved upon, it welcomes suggestions from readers on how to make it more informative and engaging.
The coffee FAQs blog contains information on the following topics:
1. What Is Coffee?
2. The History of Coffee
3. How to Make Coffee
4. How to Store Coffee
5. How to Buy Coffee
6. Espresso Machines and Grinders
7. Buying Coffee Online
8. The Best Way to Brew Coffee at Home
9. Coffee Accessories and Gadgets
I am a coffee lover. I like to discover new coffees. In order to do this I was forced to become an amateur barista, a professional taster and an expert of sorts on the topic. I wondered why there weren’t any websites out there that addressed the simple questions that people have about coffee? When I couldn’t find any, I decided to create this blog where anyone can ask a question and get an answer from me or from one of my guest commenters who are experts in their fields.
Towards the end of 2010, my website became so popular that it is now featured in the official Starbucks Coffee website as one of the best blogs on coffee (http://www.starbuckscoffee.com/blog/2010/12/23/coffee-faqs-a-questions-answers-for-everything-coffee).
I am particularly proud of the fact that Starbucks uses my blog because they are considered as one of the most successful companies in the world and because they know how to treat their customers.*https://www.google.com/
With all the coffee shops popping up, with all the coffee you can buy at grocery stores, there are a few FAQs that need to be answered.
How much caffeine is in coffee?
Coffee contains a natural stimulant called caffeine. Caffeine is a methylxanthine alkaloid and is consumed by humans for its effects on mood and performance. It is found in the seeds, leaves, and fruit of some plants where it acts as a natural pesticide that paralyzes and kills certain insects feeding on the plant. Coffee beans are also harvested from a bush and have similar properties.
Caffeine levels vary greatly depending on the type of bean used. Robusta beans contain about 2-3 times more caffeine than arabica beans. The Robusta bean is used in most espresso blends and has been known to give stronger effects to those not use to drinking coffee. A typical cup of coffee has around 100-200mg of caffeine while espresso yields around 100mg per 1oz serving. On average, decaf has 1/10th of regular caffeinated coffee’s caffeine content while instant coffee has 3/10th as much caffeine as an equivalent amount of drip brewed coffee.
What are some other names for coffee?
Q: Why is coffee so expensive?
A: Because costs of production, processing, and shipping are high. Coffee is sensitive to weather, which means that the quality of the beans can vary from harvest to harvest. In order to be as fair as possible to farmers and importers, you have to pay a premium for good beans even when they’re in short supply. When they’re in season and plentiful, they cost less.
If you’re paying more for your coffee than you did last year, that’s a good sign. It means you’re supporting the growth of sustainable production and transparent trade practices. You’re also supporting better jobs for people who grow and process your coffee.
Taste is still the most important factor in buying good coffee. Where it comes from matters less than whether it was grown well and traded honestly. If you want to try a new kind, buy a sample and make sure you like it before committing to buying a whole bag.* If, on the other hand, you prefer the flavor of a particular region or roaster (or if you just love the way their blue-and-white bags look), buy all your coffee from them.*
Q: Why is there so much sugar in my morning coffee? Isn’t that bad for me
This blog is designed to be a resource for coffee professionals. The content will be relevant to a broad range of professionals in the coffee industry and consumers alike. The aim is to be practical and approachable.
The topics will include but are not limited to:
– Coffee varietals and processing methods
– Documentation of coffee quality (cupping, tasting, analysis)
– Roasting techniques
– Brewing methods and equipment
– Green coffee sourcing, storage, and shipping logistics
– Quality control standards in the coffee industry
– Trends in the specialty coffee industry and how to stay up-to-date as a professional or consumer
This blog will be updated regularly with new posts in order to provide content that is easy to find and quick to read.**’
What is a blog?
A blog is a website that contains articles, called posts. Most blogs are written by one person, often the owner of the blog, who has something to say and a way with words. Other times, the blog is written by a group of people with similar interests. The articles are usually broken up into sections (blogs can have categories) such as current events, DIY projects and recipes.