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22 Jul 2017

The Many Flavours of Ground Coffee


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Posted By Velma M.

If you love to drink coffee it is worth being a bit more adventurous and trying the flavours of ground coffee. The beans taken from the coffee cherries are sometimes roasted, and ground to produce easy to use coffee which can be used to make delicious drinks throughout the day. Coffee has increased in popularity over the years and is seen as a fashionable drink. It has stimulating effects thanks to the caffeine found naturally in the bean and it can give you a kick to get you through your busy day.

Experiment with the Flavours of the Beans

Ground coffee is produced in different ways to make sure each pack delivers unique flavours. The beans are grown in different climates and locations which give the coffee a flavour its properties. Some of the words associated with ground coffee are rich, smooth, and dark, but this is just skimming the top as the world of flavours goes so much deeper. Here are just a few of the different types of ground coffee to help you choose which one to try next.

It's all in the Blend

Africa, Latin America and Indonesia are huge producers of coffee and each one on their own is a popular choice to make when selecting your next cup. When you blend beans from these locations together you can get something really special. A combination of these three can give you a smooth and velvet drink which has a slight chocolaty taste. If you are looking to impress your loved one then serving this sensual coffee is highly recommended.

Brazilian beans mixed with Arabica beans can give you the perfect mug of coffee to sit back at the end of a hard day and relax. But if you want a bit of a lift then an espresso will certainly give you the lift that you need. The perfect espresso needs to be smooth yet rich and give you delicious taste experiences over your taste buds.

One of the most delicious blends has the perfect balance brought by the Brazilian beans with Indonesian beans which deliver chocolate tones. These are then mixed with sweet Kenyan beans and the flavourful Ethiopian beans to produce an espresso of pure indulgence.

Give Something Back

If you are a world conscious buyer it is always good to know that the farmers and workers that all go into making your ground coffee are paid well for their labour. There is a wide range of Fair-trade products which allow people to be paid well and also help to put something back into the local communities where the beans are grown. You can choose to have organic or decaffeinated and even go for pure indulgence with gourmet ground coffee.


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