Coffee is brewed from ground coffee beans. These beans come from little red cherries that grow on coffee trees. These trees are often grown on plantations located in tropical areas near the equator. The cherries are harvested and washed, removing the outer part of the cherry, leaving only the inner bean. The beans are dried, packed in bags, and shipped to a roaster.
Coffee beans are roasted as light, medium, or dark roasts. Different varieties of beans are roasted to different degrees. The coffee beans are then ground for the type of coffee desired. The ground coffee is sold as Turkish, espresso, fine, or specialty grinds. Coffee roasters often have their own blend of beans and grind settings to market their brand. Today we find ground coffees in bags, pods, and cups. Also available are decaffeinated coffees and flavored coffees. Coffee may be served hot or cold, optionally with cream and/or sugar. Some coffee connoisseurs add various syrups and flavorings to their coffee beverages.
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The way in which coffee is brewed can mean the difference between a delicious cup of coffee and one that's disappointing. The coffee that we drink is essentially a mixture of ground coffee beans and water.
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