Different types of coffees around the world

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Different types of coffees around the world

Postby Annajaden » Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:52 am

Different types of coffees around the world
Coffee is the daily routine of everyone. It is second largest drink other than water. In different strengths; some drinks have milk or cream added, some use steamed milk, cream, plant-based milk, or foamed milk, some have flavorings or sweeteners, some have alcoholic liqueurs added, some are combinations of coffee with espresso or tea. Coffee brewing style characterized on the basis of Culture. Every brewing method had the centuries-long culture of the stir the taste. Here mentions the different type of Culture styles for the coffee:
Turkish Coffee:
Turkish coffee boasts an unrivaled taste, body, and aroma – prepared and presented in time-honored Turkish tradition. Centuries ago tradition behind the Turkish coffee making and serving method. If you want the Turkish coffee first, we want to know that How its prepared. Making Turkish coffee is a not difficult task. But we will have a couple of tricks.
Step 1.
Rule of thumb: Use 1 ½ cups of water for every cup of coffee.
Step 2.
Turkish coffee is finer than your regular ground coffee and it’s recommended that you don’t do the grinding yourself. Instead, look for Turkish coffee in Middle Eastern supermarkets.
Step 3.
Add a heaped teaspoon of ground coffee for every coffee cup. Add sugar at the very beginning if you want to sweeten it and stir the mixture.
Step 4.
Bring the mixture to a boil slowly but surely, using medium heat. The process only takes 3 to 4 minutes so keep an eye on it.
Step 5.
A dark foam will build up as the coffee warms, and you want to use a teaspoon to transfer some of the dark foam into the cup as it’s customary to serve Turkish coffee with the foam on top. This will take 3-4 minutes Preparations. Technology is growing day by day so the process also gets in the modern brewing method on okka Turkish Coffee Machine with the same flavor and authentic taste
Cafe Cubano:
The café Cubano – also known as Cuban coffee or Cuban espresso – is a type of espresso that originated from Cuba when espresso machines were first imported from Italy.
This espresso shot is sweetened after brewing and is used as a base for other drinks. Its strength is twice that of traditional American coffee and Cubans drink it as part of their daily morning ritual.
Here’s what you need to make this kick of a drink that’s served in cute, little cups:
• 5 tbsp. of finely ground coffee
• A cup of water
• 4 to 6 teaspoons of sugar
Instructions from Taste Of Cuba:
• Step 1.
Add the finely ground coffee – preferably from dark roasted coffee beans – to your espresso machine, and simply follow the instructions on your machine.
Step 2.
Add a teaspoon of sugar for every demitasse cup of coffee you plan on making as café Cubano is meant to be very sweet. One trick to remember here: add the sugar to the carafe before you even brew coffee.
Step 3.
Brew your coffee as you normally would an espresso, pour the liquid into the sugary carafe, and stir it briskly to dissolve every grain of sugar.

Irish Coffee:
A cocktail made of hot coffee, sugar, thick cream, and of course, Irish whiskey!
Here's what you need to make an Irish coffee from the comfort of your home:
• 25ml Irish Whiskey
• 1 teaspoon of brown raw cane sugar
• 1 heaped tbsp. of whipped pouring cream
• A hot double espresso
Step 1.
Warm your coffee glass and add the whiskey.
Step 2.
Mix in the sugar and stir it to dissolve in the whiskey.
Step 3.
Add the coffee and stir the mixture well.
Step 4.
Whip the cream and pour it over the back of a spoon on top of the cocktail.
Irish coffee is usually served as an after-dinner beverage, but you can drink it on its own especially during cold autumn and winter nights.

Espresso:
This coffee beverage is made by forcing nearly boiling water under pressure through ground coffee beans, resulting in a brew that’s thicker than those made from other brewing methods.Espresso is a base for various beverages. Learn how to make an espresso and you’re halfway through learning how to make your own cappuccino, café latte, and macchiato.
And fortunately, Prima Coffee has a beginner’s guide for making espresso. Here are the things you need to get started:
Espresso machine Coffee Capsule Machine
Grinder
Portafilter
Tamper
Gram scale
Shot glass
Instructions:
Step 1.
Fill the espresso machine’s reservoir with cold, filtered water that isn’t too hard nor too soft. Steer clear from distilled water as it can seriously damage your boiler.
Step 2.
Switch your machine on to heat it up, taking anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes depending on the size of the machine. Once your machine heats brewing temperature, wait a little longer until your espresso machine feels warm.
Step 3.
Place a portafilter in the group head and run the espresso machine for a few seconds to bring water to the front and heat up parts of the machine that is close to your coffee.
Step 4.
Wipe the inside of the portafilter and underside of the group head to clean.
Step 5.
Grind a few beans and remove stale grounds from your grinder. Take 18 to 21 grams of freshly ground coffee to the portafilter.
Step 6.
Tamp and apply even pressure, using fingertips to feel the edge of the basket.
Step 7.
Return the portafilter in the group head and start brewing. If your espresso machine has a pre-brew or pre-infusion stage, complete that step first.
Step 8.
Start infusion and end brewing to yield 2 oz. or about 30 grams of espresso.
Good Old Plain Coffee:
Plain coffee is special: it’s the most popular drink in the world and consumed daily by 54% of the USA’s 18-and-above population. It’s one of the most traded commodities in the world, second only to oil!
Iced Coffee:
Iced coffee can be a great, refreshing beverage – but only if you can keep the drink cold without diluting it with ice. We all know that pouring piping hot coffee over a bunch of ice cubes results in a heavily watered-down drink. Keeping the coffee in the fridge ‘til it is cold, on the other hand, leaves the drink wanting in the flavor and aroma department.

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Re: Different types of coffees around the world

Postby Bernardr » Tue Sep 25, 2018 5:09 am

In all nations in the world, there are different types of coffee and their taste is also different. I love to drink coffee in the evening time so it gives me refreshment and energy. Nursing home UK
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