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By Ruth Brown

Coffee hasn't ever been better--or cooler!

Ever ask yourself what is going into making the proper cup of espresso? there is extra to it than you think that, and a brand new breed of espresso nerds has remodeled the inexpensive, gritty sludge your mom and dad drink into the best nutrition development round, with an obsessive dedication to sourcing, roasting, and coaching that has taken the drink to scrumptious new heights.

Coffee Nerd information the background in the back of the beans and is helping you navigate the interesting and infrequently intimidating new wave of espresso. From discovering vague eastern brewing gear to recipes and methods for brewing outstanding espresso at domestic, you are going to elevate your geek cred--and find a complete new global of espresso possibilities.

Whether you're looking to refine your French-press recipe or simply cannot live to tell the tale a morning with no hand made latte, this booklet is bound to stimulate you as you pore over the paintings of getting ready a very gentle cup of coffee.

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Sure other countries have one or two star players, but basketball was born in America and coffee was born in Ethiopia. Where other coffee-growing countries are dealing with a handful of plant varieties and maybe a century or two of growing, Ethiopia is home to thousands of native varieties and thousands of years of cultivation. As a result, generalizing about Ethiopian coffees is like generalizing about the playing style of the entire NBA. But hey, let’s give it a go! Roughly, we can divide the country’s coffees up by the two dominant processing types. Dry-processed Ethiopians, like those in the eastern region of Harar, often pack a wild, fruity flavor and sweetness, frequently likened to blueberries or wine. Washed Ethiopians—common in the Sidama region, and its famed subregion of Yirgacheffe—tend to be lighter-bodied and, especially in Yirgacheffe, are defined by intense floral aromas and citric acidity. Down in Kenya, processing is a big deal. The country has its own twist on washed processing, which involves two fermentations, followed by soaking the beans in water. Add that to the aforementioned SL-28 and SL-34 varieties, which make up a lot of Kenya’s coffee, and you get a cup that is typically intensely acidic but also sweet and fruity, often with the varietals’ signature black currant flavor. Coffees from Burundi and Rwanda tend to be similar to Kenyans, albeit slightly more muted, and sometimes a little floral and Ethiopian-esque. SOLO CUP Like packs of disposable razors from the grocery store, coffee beans usually come two-for-one in each coffee cherry. But sometimes—maybe five percent of the time— the beans mutate, and you get a single, more round-shaped bean instead. These are known as “peaberries” (or caracol in Spanish, which means “snail”). Producers from various regions will sometimes separate out these beans, and sell them as a distinct product (often with a distinctly higher price tag to match). But perhaps nowhere does this quite so prolifically as Tanzania—to the point where “Tanzanian coffee” and “peaberry coffee” are basically synonymous in many people’s minds. Are they actually that different from regular Tanzanian coffees (which are roughly akin to those of Burundi and Rwanda)? Some think they’re more complex, maybe a little brighter, some don’t. Either way, there is nothing mind-blowingly special about them, no. Producers often sort the peaberries out from their regular harvests anyway because their unique size and shape means they roast differently than regular beans. Milling Around Now we’ve completed our brief world tour of where all this is taking place, let’s get back to the production process. The beans have finished all the processing that will take place at the farm level (this stage is called “wet milling,” by the way, but between wet processing and wet hulling, this is a monumentally unhelpful term. The next stage, you will be shocked to learn, is called “dry milling. ”) After this, the beans are usually left to chill out in storage for a month or so to strengthen up and get their moisture levels right so they can withstand travel and roasting.

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