Why does the taste of coffee vary?

Flavour intensity is key to coffee strength, and is influenced by its origin – Indonesian is heavy-bodied and spicy, African is light and fruity. Roast intensity refers to how long coffee beans are roasted; the longer the roast, the more intense the flavour. As the beans darken, the richness increases and acidity decreases. Caffeine varies with the type of beans: robusta can have up to double the amount of caffeine as arabica

Loading finished
Products loaded