Let's talk today about the type or brand of Arabica coffee


Over time, you begin to understand that coffee is not just a drink.
This is already a real high lifestyle for those who love coffee.
And he loves coffee so that other drinks are already secondary.
Therefore, each morning begins exactly as in this photo.


More recently, I have added a new brand of coffee - Venetto.
The coffee is from an Italian manufacturer, which I liked to taste.
And this is again, of course, Arabica, which we all love.
The same Arabica 100%, which I will write about below.


A cup of aromatic and tasty coffee in the morning is a delight.
A delight that is impossible with other drinks (even with tea).
Although I also love tea and make my own homemade tea.
The next post will be about tea, how I collect and make it.


Sometimes I make coffee like this, where the steam is all around.
This all happened due to the fact that the camera fogged up.
But this did not affect the coffee preparation process in any way.
The coffee turned out to be tasty and aromatic, as always.


Perfect morning, coffee with milk, cookies and chocolates.
These sweets came with me from neighboring Kazakhstan.
Also from Kazakhstan and cookies, they are very tasty.
One sip of aromatic coffee and you are happy for the whole day.


And in the evening I also like to have a cup of coffee with cream.
Arabica coffee is slightly sour, and cream complements the taste.
Therefore, they love coffee in European countries just like that.
I like this coffee, but more like black with cinnamon and lemon.


We know that coffee is harvested in Peru, Honduras or Colombia.
And also such information that any coffee is collected by hand.
Therefore, the drink itself always becomes elite, developing a style.
Of course, the taste and aroma of coffee is also influenced here.


Such a noble and very aromatic blend of 100% Arabica coffee.
Coffee, as well as tea, is harvested on high-altitude plantations.
I think that this then greatly affects the taste and aroma of coffee.
We then have the characteristic taste and aroma of Arabica coffee.


Imagine being a blend of several excellent varieties of pure Arabica.
This is a combination of not only taste and aroma, it is real music.
It is also an art that we comprehend with every sip of aromatic coffee.
And roasting coffee beans gives us pleasure and complete delight.



As we all coffee lovers know that the birthplace of this world-famous coffee variety is Arabica, of course, Ethiopia. It is also a fruit plant that grows like a coffee tree or shrub. And for general information (although many people know this too), the caffeine content in Arabica is not as high as, for example, in Robusta beans, and it does not yet depend on the roasting of the beans. Apparently, that is why Arabica is more widespread in many countries of the world, because it has a milder taste and delicate aroma, which millions of people love. In addition, now in the modern world, Arabica coffee is grown all over the world, which gives us all (coffee lovers and connoisseurs) the opportunity to drink this wonderful and divine drink. When we see the inscription on a pack of 100% Arabica coffee (beans or ground vacuum packed), it means that this is a mixture of several types of coffee beans collected in different countries. Is this done, apparently, in order to make the coffee beans or ground coffee more balanced for taste and aroma?

Is it possible to distinguish Arabica beans from Rabusta, is there such a simplest way for us to understand? I think that the easiest way for any of us is to understand even visually that Robusta coffee beans are more round in shape, and Arabica coffee beans are more oval in shape. Of course, this is not enough to immediately understand if you suddenly bought ground coffee. Then the difference for coffee is this - Robusta is more bitter, because it contains more caffeine, and Arabica is softer and with a certain sourness. What, in fact, distinguishes these two varieties of coffee in taste, and even in aroma, any person can tell when to learn this, having traveled the path, at least in a few months or maybe years. Over the years, everyone who loves Arabica coffee has learned to quickly distinguish all the qualities of this coffee that it possesses. We know that coffee taste and aroma often depend on where this coffee grew, what was the climate there in this country? Therefore, you can catch the barely noticeable - the taste of citrus fruits and nuts, the aroma of flowers and some kind of berries. All this makes coffee attractive.

-original photo;
-first publication;
-camera Sony 16.2.
(Translated via Google translator from Russian)

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Photos were taken with the size of 2592 x 1944 pixels.
For insertion into a post on Ecency and Hive, the size is reduced to 1280 x 960 points..
Photo taken - Sony 16.2 - 3x Zoom, Vario-Tessar lens.


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