It's all in the roasting!

I think the following is worth knowing.

Coffee is produced in only a few areas around the world, yet it is consumed by people all over the world. The largest coffee-consuming countries produce very little coffee.( hmm..might that be us?)

Coffee production occurs in warm climates, such as those in South and Central America, the Caribbean, and parts of Africa and Asia.

According to Fortune, in 2001 Brazil was the world's leading coffee producer, exporting 1.4 million tons, or 25 percent of the global supply.

Vietnam also was a leading producer, with crops increasing from some 20,000 acres in 1975 to 200,000 by 1990. (and when I was fighting there we were told we have to win or the whole of southeast asia would go communist, yeah right again Washington.) Followed by the United States, France, Germany, and Japan historically have accounted for about one-half of all coffee consumption. Thought you would like to know this. ( and oh, please pardon my political jabs if they offended you.)

It's all in the roasting!


What is specialty coffee?

The question at hand is what is specialty coffee?

It has been said that specialty coffee is defined as a crafted quality coffee based beverage. This specialty coffee beverage is judged by the consumer at a given time to have a unique quality, a distinct taste and personality different from, but yet superior to other common coffee beverages.

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