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When you have obtained a good French press, you are ready to begin brewing French press coffee. French press coffee, while very slightly more labor intensive than American drip coffee, has several advantages over drip coffee. First, drip coffee pots often brew coffee using water that is so hot it alters the flavor, resulting in a beverage that tastes burnt and lacks the subtleties of coffee brewed with cooler water. Second, drip coffee requires that coffee beans be ground relatively finely, so more beans are required, making drip coffee less cost-effective. Third, the French press is much easier to clean than a coffee pot and will not lend any other flavors to the beverage.
This recipe is very simple. Just squeeze two minutes from your busy schedule and brew some instant coffee. You can avoid going to a cafe to sip a cup of coffee. You can drink it hot or sip icy cold. Choice is yours.
Coffee's acidity also depends on how the beans are roasted. Too much depends on whether the beans receive the light roast or the dark roast. Both of these methods are used to dry out the beans by removing moisture from deep inside them. However, light roasted beans retain comparatively more moisture than the dark roasted ones. The amount of the moisture present in the coffee beans affect the acidity. The batch of the coffee beans prepared with light roasting will differ in acidity from the batch of the same type of beans that are prepared with dark roasting. This is so because the different degree of roasting process degrades different types of coffee acids to varying levels. Roasting degrades the chlorogenic acids mainly into quinic acid. A brew containing excessive quinic acid tastes sour. It happens when coffee beans are dark roasted or brew is heated for more time than it should be. Coffee prepared with the light roasted bean is sweet. The dark roasted beans lose out on sweetness, however, the coffee prepared with these beans is strong, crisp and plain.
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