Ever wonder about how much the flavor in your cup of coffee is influenced by the roast level of the beans? There are a multitude of different variables that go into the flavor including the cultivar, environment, and the various soil types. However, roasting (especially darker roasts) play the most important role in the flavor in the cup. Read more about the effects now.
Cupping, or coffee tasting, is a standardized worldwide procedure utilized to identify the true flavor profile associated with a specific coffee. Various kinds of beans provide very different tastes as well as “mouth feel.” Their characteristics are determined by variables such as origin, cultivar, roast level, and age. Read more about how to get started with cupping now.