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Quality coffee beans also come from Brazil, Colombia, Uganda, Mexico, Sumatra, Java, Bali, Indonesia, South and Central America. The beans from Indonesia, South and Central America are medium roasted, and lend a nutty sweetness to the coffee. Roasting makes the beans, which are originally green in color, lose their moisture, and expand when roasted at 200 degrees Celsius. This process causes change in color and it also gets caramelized. The longer it is roasted, more oil can be extracted from it and this results in production of bigger coffee beans.
Swiss Water Process: This is a very simple and natural process of decaffeinating coffee and was developed by the Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company. This process guarantees 99.9 % removal of caffeine from the coffee beans. Initially, the coffee beans are soaked in hot water. This step removes all the caffeine and flavor content of the coffee, by dissolving it into the hot water. Once the caffeine is removed from the beans, the beans are removed from the water and the concentrated water is carbon filtered to remove the caffeine dissolved in it. The concentrated water left is the flavored content of the coffee beans. Then the green decaffeinated beans are soaked in this solution to absorb the flavor molecules. This is a 100% chemical-free process.
Italy - the birthplace of 'coffee culture' and the drinks associated with it, is extremely passionate about coffee. Italians have a strict set of dos and don'ts about coffee, and consider it to be a quick, stimulating drink, unlike most places where relaxing and socializing over a cup is the norm.
Known for its spicy curries and fluffy feel-good movies, India has traditionally consumed 'filter coffee', a sweet, milky coffee served in a metal tumbler. Long-standing coffee houses and Irani cafes have been places of much intellectual discourses, but are rapidly being replaced by coffee house chains.
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