Rashmi Jameela. coffee tables. February 16th , 2017.
☞ With this certification, coffee can be sold under the tag of fair trade, with a label stating 'fair trade certified'. If you purchase the fair trade certified coffee, that means, you have purchased a product that abides by the strict regulations, throughout the growing, manufacturing and purchasing, that are fair to both the consumer, producer and to the environment.
cup chilled double-strength brewed coffee (be sure that your coffee is strong enough so as to compensate with the ice cubes it will be blended with)
Kona: This is the rarest type of bean and least-produced coffee. And hence, it the most expensive one. Produced in Hawaii, this coffee bean has the highest level of caffeine content in it. Hence, it is rarely blended with other types. Its rich aroma and flavor are best enjoyed in its pure form.
There are several alternative recipes of Arabic and Turkish coffee that can be implemented, if you are enthusiastic enough and can lay your hands upon the ingredients. You can prepare the Qishr, a Yemeni quasi-coffee, often known as the poor man's coffee. The recipe is the same as above, but instead of coffee powder, add in coffee husks, ginger, and cinnamon. The taste is a bit different from that of coffee, but as always, is wonderful. A very strong and rather awakening variant of the conventional coffee is the Turkish coffee. In order to make such a coffee, you will have to lay your hands upon roasted coffee beans. Use them in the aforementioned recipe with cinnamon and boil the brew till it thickens a bit. Serve with the essence of cinnamon.
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