Coffee Lovers

THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF BLACK COFFEE

THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF BLACK COFFEE
Black roast coffee is a dark brown color and often has an oily surface. These coffees have a low acidity, heavy body, and tend to reveal deeper, darker flavors. When roasted to this level, this coffee tends to lose its origin characteristics but that doesn't hinder its medicinal advantage over the light roasted coffee and the medium roasted coffee. This coffee flourishes with  chocolatey, nutty, and caramel flavors.

How do I know the best time to take a cup of coffee?

How do I know the best time to take a cup of coffee?
It is quite fascinating that over 85 percent of Americans consume caffeine regularly, and coffee is the preferred medium. So how do we know the frequency to take this coffee? Or what is the best time of the day to drink our cup of coffee? 

10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT KENYAN COFFEE

10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT KENYAN COFFEE
Coffee was first cultivated in Kenya in the nineteenth century by the French. Although Kenyan coffee is cultivated today by small scale farmers, Kenya is one of the leading producers of coffee in Africa and the world at large. There are a few facts you may love to know about Kenyan Coffee.

WHY DARK ROAST COFFEE IS THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE

WHY DARK ROAST COFFEE IS THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
The coffee is either light roast, medium roast or dark roast coffee. People choose between any of these roasts out of different sentiments but I will be sharing some benefits of the dark roast coffee which is preferred by more people. 

Coffee Is My Best Friend

Coffee Is My Best Friend
Generally, there are two types of coffee lovers on earth - those who just take occasionally and those who live daily with it. There are people who might ask some questions like; what type of coffee lover do I fall into? 

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CAFFEINE?

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CAFFEINE?
Caffeine is one topic that is researched by many researchers as billions of people rely on caffeine for stimulation of IQ. In fact, caffeine is one of the most commonly used ingredients worldwide. However, caffeine is often talked about for its negative effects on sleep and anxiety.

Espresso

Espresso
The big question always lie on which is the  more tasteful coffee; this answer should be such that centres on the quality of the coffee and means of preparation. So, let’s get to know of this espresso drink.

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE SUCCESS OF A COFFEE HOUSE

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE SUCCESS OF A COFFEE HOUSE
Coffee house is a café or other establishment that serves coffee. Depending on the country some coffeehouses do serve alcoholic drinks, snacks, muffins and pastries. It may share the same characteristics of a bar or restaurant but not with a cafeteria...

Are you a Coffeeholic?

Are you a Coffeeholic?
Coffeeholic is a simple term to express a lover of coffee or as most dictionaries have it, it’s being a coffee addict. As much as we have workaholic and shopaholic to be friendlier than their opposite, so also is being coffeeholic. By being a coffeeholic, it means you have no other alternative to coffee.

WHAT IS A COFFEE BREAK AND WHY YOU SHOULD ADOPT IT

WHAT IS A COFFEE BREAK AND WHY YOU SHOULD ADOPT IT
Imagine an employee who is always glued to her PC, works round the clock, fixes appointment for all her free periods, doesn’t keep quality relationship in the industry and barely gets a break. Does this kind of an employee exist in any industry?

THE DIFFERENT STAGES INVOLVED IN MAKING SPECIALTY COFFEE

THE DIFFERENT STAGES INVOLVED IN MAKING SPECIALTY COFFEE
As a consumer there are two options to choose from, either a regular coffee or specialty coffee, while some claim that  regular coffees may cause cancer, ulcer, heartburn disease etc. Since it is acidic the specialty coffee is seen to be more healthy than the regular, which is the more reason despite the price consumers prefer specialty coffee.

WHAT BETTER OPTION THAN A BURUNDI COFFEE?

WHAT BETTER OPTION THAN A BURUNDI COFFEE?
Coffee is particularly a no man country’s drink since it has a wide range of plantation. As good as Australia produces coffee, so also Panama, Ivory Coast, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Burundi and a host of other countries produce theirs too. The major differences in coffees produced from country to country are their flavors and other characteristics.