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Roasted beans - Darker roasts have less caffeine

Darker roasts have less caffeine

 

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
There are over 50 species of coffee

Over 50 species

 

Although there are over 50 species of coffee, only 2 – Arabica and Robusta – are used in commercial coffee production. Arabica is the most popular. 70% prefer it to Robusta.

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
Although there are over 50 species of coffee, only 2 – Arabica and Robusta – are used in commercial coffee production. Arabica is the most popular. 70% prefer it to Robusta.
Although there are over 50 species of coffee, only 2 – Arabica and Robusta – are used in commercial coffee production. Arabica is the most popular. 70% prefer it to Robusta.
The cherries of the Coffea plant

Coffee comes from a cherry

 

Coffee beans are actually the seeds inside the cherries of the Coffea plant.

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
Coffee was discovered by goats

Coffee was discovered by goats

 

According to African legend, a 9th-century Ethiopian goat herder called Kaldi saw his goats ‘dance’ after nibbling on the cherries of a coffee bush.

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
Coffee can fuel a car

Coffee can fuel a car

 

Recycled waste coffee grounds can be converted into clean and cheap bio-fuel. It’s not yet a commercial option so don’t start saving your waste coffee grounds just yet!

29,000 cups per second are consumed around the world

900 billion cups

 

Approximately how many cups of coffee are consumed annually around the world. That’s 2.5 billion cups per day or 29,000 cups per second!

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
Coffee beans have 800 flavour characteristics

More flavors than wine

 

Coffee beans have a whopping 800 flavor characteristics that our senses can detect. By comparison, wine ‘only’ has 400. Getting the most notes of flavor from the raw green beans is all down to different roasting techniques. And finding your favorite coffee is a little like sampling wine.

The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.
The longer a bean is roasted – and the darker it becomes – the more caffeine evaporates.

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