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This Is Coffee (video)
August 21, 2007 - This video developed by Coffee Brewing Institute in the 1950's illustrates the various forms of coffee preparations in the world - along with some basic information on coffee quality.
Unlocking Coffee's Chemical Composition: Part 2
Welcome to this month’s issue of coffee science. In our last series we discussed the role of two alkaloids: caffeine and trigonelline and their role in coffee’s composition. This time we’ll explore some of coffee’s more common compounds, namely carbohydrates and proteins, and discuss how these seemingly ordinary compounds contribute to coffee’s alluring aroma.
Check Out our "Chemistry of Brewing" Article on Roast Magazine
April 26, 2012 - Check out this month's issue of Roast Magazine where we discuss 'The Chemistry of Brewing' from bean to cup.
Unlike wine where the winemaker has complete control of the product up to the time of bottling, coffee requires that the consumers use a bit of their own skills during beverage preparation. This final step in coffee preparation is perhaps one of the most critical, since errors here can ruin the quality of the coffee and ultimately all the work that was invested into it.
The Chemistry of Brewing in your Cup
Chemistry of Brewing
Once coffee has been roasted the next critical step is to create an infusion from the coffee grounds. Today, there are over a dozen different brewing devices on the market with new devices being developed everyday.
Does Cold Brew Coffee Have More Caffeine than Hot Coffee?
You know what's great about this time of year? It's cold brew coffee season. Easy to drink and addictively refreshing, it's no surprise that cold brew has become a summer drink of choice for many.
The $20,000 Coffee Maker!
January 23, 2008 - In something straight out of The Jetsons - the $20,000 coffee maker has finally arrived.
Coffee Brewers Urged to Label Caffeine Content
April 3, 2009 - With the rapid increase in freshly brewed coffee, coffee brewer manufacturers in Taiwan are being urged to label their equipment for caffeine content.