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1. Hazelnut coffee: the most popular flavored coffee among coffee lovers. Why is that?
Hazelnut coffee:  the most popular flavored coffee among coffee lovers. Why is that?
H azelnut flavored coffees rank among the most popular flavored coffees in the market. The tradition of flavoring coffee with hazelnuts goes back many centuries. According to tradition, Alpine monks added crushed hazelnuts to their coffee to flavor it. Why did these monks choose hazelnuts and no...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
2. Colombian Coffee: History, interesting facts and Juan Valdez
Colombian Coffee: History, interesting facts and Juan Valdez
C olombia is a country known worldwide for its quality Specialty Coffee from Arabica beans. Historically, the best coffee produced in the country has been exported. Coffee left for domestic consumption has been of lesser quality or from different beans lacking the export quality certifications. ...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:34:30
3. Mexican Coffee: What is so special about coffee from Mexico? Altura Superior specialty gourmet coffee.
Mexican Coffee: What is so special about coffee from Mexico? Altura Superior specialty gourmet coffee.
T he Mexican coffee, Altura Superior, is cultivated in the high mountains near the southern border of Mexico near a city of the same name, Altura Coatepec. Altura in Spanish means "high grown" and it is the name of Mexico's best gourmet coffee. M exican coffee growers produce good quality Arabica...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:52:25
4. Coffee stories of famous coffee lovers & coffee from around the world!
Coffee stories of famous coffee lovers & coffee from around the world!
C offee is more than a hobby for me. It is a passion. A passion for coffee and everything coffee related. Nothing compares to the taste and aroma of coffee. What a wonderful opportunity to introduce others to this wonderful beverage for the first time or to new coffee selections they have not yet...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:54:20
5. Ethiopia: "coffee's birthplace." Why is coffee from Ethiopia so good?
Ethiopia:
T he Story Of Coffee We all have our own personal favorite stories we like to tell over and over. Usually, they are personal memories from long ago, fun experiences or inspiring stories worth repeating. That is how it is with coffee! A ccording to a colorful legend from Africa, passed on from ge...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:44:30
6. Decaffeinated Coffee: what Is It And How Do They Do It?
Decaffeinated Coffee:  what Is It And How Do They Do It?
C affeine is a naturally occurring substance found in more than 60 different plant species all over the world. The coffee bush is one of them. Caffeine consumption and its effects in both animals and humans has been a topic of study for more than a century and likely will remain so for the future...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
7. Coffee Club Membership. Online specialty gourmet coffee club. Great prices year round. Flexible plans.
Coffee Club Membership.  Online specialty gourmet coffee club. Great prices year round. Flexible plans.
M embership in a gourmet coffee club offers many benefits so discerning coffee drinkers can always have their favorite coffees on hand to brew and enjoy. For example, a large selection of specialty coffees from around the world to make coffee drinking a daily sensory experience. There are other b...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
8. Single Origin Coffees From The Top Specialty Coffee Growing Countries. Why Do They Taste So Good?
Single Origin Coffees From The Top Specialty Coffee Growing Countries.  Why Do They Taste So Good?
C offee is the seed of a berry-like cherry from a tree. Coffee grows from sea level to approximately 6,000 feet, in a narrow subtropical belt around the world. Coffee trees are evergreen and can grow to heights of 20 feet although many varietals average 8 to 10 feet only. Coffee cherries ripen at...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
9. Sumatra Mandheling coffee: why is this coffee from Sumatra so special?
Sumatra Mandheling coffee: why is this coffee from Sumatra so special?
W hat is so special about Sumatran Mandheling Coffee? Coffee connoisseurs all over the world would agree that waking up in the morning to a cup of genuine Sumatran Mandheling Coffee is quite a treat! The taste is rich, with a low level of acidity, complex and an aroma that offers an unequalled se...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:52:25
10. Coffee from Peru. What do coffee, the Incas, European immigrants trekking the Andes and "organic growing" have in common?
Coffee from Peru. What do coffee, the Incas, European immigrants trekking the Andes and
T he history of coffee in Peru is very interesting and the organic agricultural practices date back to the Inca Empire. It is fascinating to learn how wise and knowledgeable about sustainable practices the Indians were and how long it has taken our "modern" society to catch up with such knowledge...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:43:17
11. Espresso Coffee from 100% Arabica beans. Great taste, hand picked, top choice beans for the best cup of "Cafe Espresso"
Espresso Coffee from 100% Arabica beans. Great taste, hand picked, top choice beans for the best cup of
T he best espresso coffee selections are made from hand picked, top choice 100% Arabica specialty coffee beans. For best results, these beans are then roasted fresh to the "just right" degree so you can enjoy that "perfect" gourmet espresso coffee beverage anytime. Aaah! Delicious coffee. Once ta...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:51:20
12. Organic coffees: "green" to the last ground!
Organic coffees:
T he mission of Organic Coffee production is to create a verified sustainable agriculture system that produces coffee in harmony with nature, supports biodiversity and enhances soil health. "Organic" certification traces back to 19th century practices formulated in England, India and the US. Sinc...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:50:21
13. Salvador coffee. Fresh roast-to-order 100% Arabica coffee from El Salvador
Salvador coffee.  Fresh roast-to-order 100% Arabica coffee from El Salvador
C offee excellence in El Salvador is related directly to the country's hills, mountains and volcanoes. Most of the coffee in El Salvador grows along the Central Plateau in volcanic areas in highlands located between 1,500 and 4,500 feet in altitude. They include, for example, areas such as Chingo...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:43:17
14. Why Are Dessert and Spice Flavored Gourmet Coffees So Popular?
Why Are Dessert and Spice Flavored Gourmet Coffees So Popular?
T he coffee tradition of adding flavorings, spices and fruits to the beans has been well established for a very long time. The Arabs were among the first coffee drinkers who added spices such as cinnamon to their brew. Later on, they added other ingredients such as cardamom, ginger, clove, nutme...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:44:30
15. Guatemalan Antigua coffee. 100% Arabica bean specialty coffee taste and aroma
Guatemalan Antigua coffee.  100% Arabica bean specialty coffee taste and aroma
G uatemala is an interesting country with a rich culture of Mayan ancestry, traditions and historical sights to please anyone. Located in Central America. A small country about the size of the state of Tennessee. Capital city: Guatemala City. Population: about 2.5 million people. Other main citie...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:34:30
16. Cooking With Coffee: Easy And Delicious.
Cooking With Coffee:  Easy And Delicious.
C offee beans have many interesting natural characteristics, savory or sweet. For example, coffee contributes hints of bittersweet chocolate, roasted nuts, ripe dark berries, and fruit -like undertones that add unique flavors to dishes. No other spice can do this. For many cooks, amateurs and pr...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:34:30
17. Chocolate Flavored Coffees From Top Specialty Producing Countries. 100% Arabica Beans.
Chocolate Flavored Coffees From Top Specialty Producing Countries. 100% Arabica Beans.
C hocolate Flavored Coffes are some of the most favorite ones among coffee and chocolate lovers. People may have different opinions about flavored and unflavored coffees. However, for coffee lovers, the fact remains that coffee is a fun and rewarding activity. Flavored coffees offer a nearly unli...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:50:24
18. Coffee From Certified Sources. Organic. Fair Trade Certified...and more. Why all the choices?
Coffee From Certified Sources.  Organic. Fair Trade Certified...and more. Why all the choices?
T he Certifications or Verifications are mission statements for specific markets and countries that influence the coffee farming communities and cultures. Some of these Certifications or Verifications date back to 19th century practices while others started in 2003. There are several, following a...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:50:21
19. Specialty Coffee From Top Grade Arabica Beans Freshly Roasted To Order
Specialty Coffee From Top Grade Arabica Beans Freshly Roasted To Order
C offee consumption started in a corner of Ethiopia long ago. How did it happen? A young herder discovered the "magical powers" that red beans from a tree had on his goats when they ate them. Monks from a nearby monastery brewed the first cup of coffee after some trial and error. Over time, consu...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
20. Bean coffee from around the world. What types of coffee beans are available? Which is the best coffee to drink?
Bean coffee from around the world.  What types of coffee beans are available? Which is the best coffee to drink?
All over the world, people drink coffee from basically one of two types of coffee beans: ➀ Arabica beans ("Coffea Arabica") and ➁ Robusta beans("Coffea Robusta"). Arabica beans ✺ Aromatic, flavorful coffee beans used for gourmet, specialty coffees. ✺ The term refers to...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:44:31
21. Coffee Tasting Connection. From The Tongue To The Nose To The Brain
Coffee Tasting Connection.  From The Tongue To The Nose To The Brain
H ow often do you stick out your tongue and look at it in the mirror? Probably only when you are sick, have a sore throat or practice special oral hygiene after visiting the dentist. However, the tongue is truly a very unique human organ that plays a very important role in our daily lives. T he t...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:42:27
22. Give coffee as a gift. Fresh roast-to-order gourmet coffee. Ground. Whole bean. Flavored. Decaf & More...
Give coffee as a gift.  Fresh roast-to-order gourmet coffee. Ground. Whole bean. Flavored. Decaf & More...
C offee is a great gift to give to someone you know or to your loved ones. It is helpful to know any coffee preferences for Espresso Coffee, Kona Coffee, Blue Mountain gourmet coffee, Vanilla Hazelnut, Cookies and Cream, Amaretto Royale or any other type of coffee. The gift can be ground or whole...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:40:39
23. Coffee Polls, Free Online Fun!
Coffee Polls, Free Online Fun!
Do you like polls? It may be hard to understand what motivates anyone to participate in a poll or in a survey. But the fact is many people enjoy doing so! There's an intrinsic sense of gratification spending 5 , 10 or 15 minutes of personal time answering questions about a wide variety of subjec...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:44:30
24. TheGourmetCoffeeGuy Lensography. Welcome to my collection of coffee lenses by categories!
TheGourmetCoffeeGuy Lensography.  Welcome to my collection of coffee lenses by categories!
M embership in a coffee club is something that has been promoted for a long time and will continue to be a popular marketing offer. However, the notion that all coffee clubs are alike is certainly not true. As the old adage goes, there are coffee clubs and, again, there are gourmet coffee clubs! ...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:43:16
25. Tasty Coffee Drinks And Foods From Specialty Beans.
Tasty Coffee Drinks And Foods From Specialty Beans.
T he world of coffee desserts, tasty coffee drinks and flavored coffee beverages offers many new opportunities for memorable tastes, aromas and experiences. Coffee is very versatile. With a little imagination and willingness to try something new, it is easy to transform your favorite coffee into...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:34:30
26. Vanilla Flavored Coffee Is The Most Popular Spice Flavored Coffee!
Vanilla Flavored Coffee Is The Most Popular Spice Flavored Coffee!
V anilla flavored coffee is the most popular spice flavored coffee. Why is that? There are many reasons why vanilla coffee is so popular among flavored coffee drinkers. Among them, Vanilla has a wonderful aroma that is very pleasing to the nose. The taste does not overpower other ingredients mix...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:41:31
27. Gourmet coffees: 100% specialty Arabica beans from around the world
Gourmet coffees: 100% specialty Arabica beans from around the world
S pecialty coffee does not come from just anywhere. This is the term given to the top 20 per cent in quality of Arabica coffee grown and harvested from select regions worldwide. Sometimes it is used interchangeably with "gourmet" or "premium" coffee. The hallmark of the specialty coffee industry...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:41:33
28. Coffee From Costa Rica: a country with a rich and unique "coffee loving" tradition.
Coffee From Costa Rica: a country with a rich and unique
T he history of coffee in Costa Rica has a rich and unique tradition. Costa Rica is the only country in the world with an executive order (#19302-MAG, December 4, 1989), banning the production of any variety of coffee other than Arabica. This country has also enacted laws protecting an estimated...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:51:19
29. Papua New Guinea coffee. Why does coffee from this country offer such a fascinating tale of coffee and travel adventure opportunities?
Papua New Guinea coffee.  Why does coffee from this country offer such a fascinating tale of coffee and travel adventure opportunities?
T he coffee regions of the South Pacific include Indonesia and the Pacific Islands. Specifically, they include Sumatra; Sulawesi or Celebes; Java, and New Guinea. Each of these regions has unique coffee attributes for flavor, aroma, after-taste and fragrance. Indonesia and the Pacific Islands: I...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 17:41:34
30. Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee. Why do people love drinking this coffee?
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee. Why do people love drinking this coffee?
J amaica's Blue Mountain range covers the entire eastern portion of the island, a length of 28 miles and an average width of about 12 miles. In less than one hour, it is possible to drive from the coastal plains to elevations surpassing 7,000 feet in altitude. The higher you climb, the mistier th...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 13:40:42

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