In coffee there are over thirty organic acids with perhaps the most common consisting of citric, malic, acetic, quinic, etc. But there is another branch of acids, namely norganic acids , that deserved special recognition, of these phosphoric acid plays a particularly important role.
August 20, 2008 - Dora Jaramillo slides off the top of a wooden box to reveal 36 numbered vials of "perfume." Each number in the kit corresponds to a different aroma commonly found in coffee, some positive (lemon and butter) and some not so positive (medicinal and rubber). These codified aromas are part of Jaramillo's professional infrastructure...
See LA Times article
After a sold out session last year, we're pleased to announce that we will be conducting another Coffee Science Certificate (CSC-1) seminar in London October 6-7th, 2015. For more information see our events page. Pre-registration is required.