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At AboutBeans.com you will learn all about the coffee bean, from an overview of the countries where it is grown to the specifics of roasting and blending.

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I have put together a collection of information; articles and tidbits about my favorite subject… coffee. Different types of coffee beans, how to make a great cup of coffee, where coffee comes from, flavored coffee, how to home roast coffee, where to buy green coffee beans, coffee recipes, organic coffee and I even included pages on unique coffee mugs and also values of antique coffee grinders which I collect. There’s a lot more coming. I hope you and enjoy this site and come again.

Whole Bean Coffee

The secret to a great cup of home brewed coffee is without a doubt starting with fresh whole bean coffee. The smell…the taste… is wonderful. Now, there are two ways that you can purchase whole coffee beans. You can either purchase it pre-roasted or you can buy green coffee beans and then roast them yourself at home (which isn’t as complicated than it sounds). The oils from the beans will start breaking down after roasting, causing the bean to lose its flavor. So, the less time between roasting and drinking, the better.

Selecting Whole Bean Coffee

Use Arabica beans as a general rule. You can branch out and try other types if you so desire, but stick to Arabica.

I prefer to purchase my beans at a store or coffee shop that roasts its own beans. There is nothing wrong with getting your beans from a online retailer. Selections are large and shipping isn’t that expensive. Besides most quality online retailers take your order, roast the coffee beans and then immediately package it up and send it to you so that you receive the freshest beans available.

Try whole bean coffee from various regions around the world to find the region you prefer, since the region of the world in which the coffee beans are grown will strongly affect their flavor. The three general coffee-growing regions are Africa/Arabia, Asia-Indonesia-Pacific, and Central/South America.

The whole bean you choose will depend on whether you like a light, medium or dark roast. Since a light roast lets all of the bean's original flavor come through, save this option for a coffee whose flavor you like the best.

 

 

Baratza Virtuoso Grinder Revisit

16 Oct 2018 at 7:00am

We take a fresh, detailed look at the veteran of Baratza's lineup, the Virtuoso Grinder, which has had evolutionary (and some revolutionary) updates over it's 13 year history.
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QuickMill Silvano, Dave Llewellyn

11 Oct 2018 at 5:00pm

Bottom Line: Great mid-level machine for home use that can pull excellent shots and steam milk at the same time.
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Baratza Virtuoso Preciso, Al G

10 Oct 2018 at 1:00pm

Bottom Line: Great grinder for the price, Plastic parts have a tendency to break and they can be costly to repair if you don't have access to parts locally.
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Crossland CC1 PID Espresso Machine, Al G

10 Oct 2018 at 12:48pm

Bottom Line: Lasted 6 years, Worked great. Now I don't think I'll be able to source parts in Canada. Would not buy unless I knew for certain a local repair shop could get me the parts.
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Bonavita 8-Cup BV1800TH Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker, Fred Fallick

2 Oct 2018 at 3:05am

Bottom Line: Carafe sucks
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Tampers - Others, Egan Hernandez

4 Sep 2018 at 11:57pm

Bottom Line: Consistent and perfect tamping pressure can be yours.
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OXO Single Serve Pour Over Brewer

27 Aug 2018 at 7:00am

We take a first look at OXO's new "automatic" manual pour over device, and how it stacks up against doing true pour over coffee.
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