What You Can Do With Coffee

It is really very enthralling to notice that so many varieties of beans and coffees are available all across the world vis-a- vis the different kinds of grapes and wine that satisfy the taste buds of one and all. Furthermore, to provide a specification about the different types of beans and coffees available leads you to a great venture, an experience that gives you immense pleasure.

Out of all the others available, the most distinguished variety all around the globe is the Colombian. Mysterious, as it may seem when you take a sip of the La Esperanza from Tolima, as it has an inkling of pipe tobacco and milk chocolate which reminds you of a cherry like taste, yet it is enough to give you a zing. Further, as it is nurtured at approximately 6,000 feet, it is richly toned. Every sip leaves you with a soft fragile aromatic experience. You also tend to wonder as how such a mix can satisfy your taste buds.

Further, the Supremo, which is the world's second largest producer, gives you more surprise elements in their package. A complex mixture of hints of semi-sweet chocolate brewed with the sweet essence of vanilla pods is the main significant hidden aspect of the Supremo. As the aroma of the brew withers swiftly, make sure to drink this piping hot.

In search of the next variety we have to move towards Hawaii. Here grows the Kona. The beans of the Kona are picked by hands like in the teagardens of Darjeeling and are available in dark roasted and medium flavors. The medium ones have a more acidic tinge whereas the dark roasted are a little milder on the acidic count. Miniscule in its acidic content with a bold, strong, dark side to it that is the espresso roast is the most renowned among one and all. The different taste of the espresso roast gives it a different character and appeal and it illuminates in its distinct glory.

The southern slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, in Africa are the cultivable homelands of our next type of coffee beans rightly known as the Tanzanian Peaberry. Peaberries are world famous for their shape as they do not come in flat-sided bean pairs but rather they are distinguishably designed by nature and come in single oval shaped beans. Besides, their bodies are not heavy weighted but the acidic count is really high and this is the most important aspect of the peaberries. The mountain climbers of Mt. Kilimanjaro hence can experience a warm gush of the peaberries.

As you are in Africa take a short enjoyable journey through the coffee plantations of Ethopia. Ethopia, known for being the ancient fabulous home ground of coffee should henceforth never remain out of our study about the best varieties of coffee available all over the world. A citrus mixture containing flavors of ginger, orange peel and lemon can be made available in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethopia. This coffee is a unique blend of chocolaty and sour flavors, a refreshing scintillating feeling at every sip guaranteed.

The Monsoon Malabar is going to be our next succeeding well-known destination as we journey along east to India. The coffee beans here are very puffy yellow in color and shape having a very unique keen acrid taste, which is the result of the famous wet, winds that blow in the regions for three months. Further the Jumboors, having hints of sweetness that is caused by raisins should not be forgotten and thus, you should make sure to carry a sample of it as you proceed further in your journey.

Sumatra is our next stop, in search of coffee beans. Proceeding towards Indonesia we find ourselves in the native lands of Sumatra where the Lake Toba region is very well known for its beans of coffee. The bean cups are sweet and flowery and have a slightly roasted taste. In order to bring forth an astringent binding cup, which would also bear the intensities of cherry, the primitive originality of coffee, flower that is it being like jasmine has been left intact.

You should not avoid the northern provinces as you are bathing in the natural beauty of Sumatra. A spiced up tropical fruity concoction brought about by its dark roasted texture, which is part of its originality shapes, its uniqueness. Further sweet sour aromatic blend, which is the result of the grapefruit and cedar, mixed in together gives a tingle to your veins as you take a sip of the coffee.

Jamaica, a nature lover's paradise is famous for the Jamaican peaberry. A unique discovery, retaining its Africanism, the Jamaican peaberry has a single bean in every pod and wholesome body adds to its originality. As you tend to sip along a cup of Jamaican coffee you are hit by its very strong flavors caused due to its sweet yet acidic zing and flowery essence and flavors.

Reading through the pages of 'Travels Around The Globe' - a treasure book has provided us with a refreshing knowledge hunt of the worlds best available coffee. The unquenchable thirst being satiated and the heart resting at peace we come to a phase where we have to close down our book and try to recuperate what we have learnt with a refreshing cup of coffee as reading gratified our knowledge thirst but now is the time to quench the taste buds.

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Clinton Maxwell works at large for http://www.coffee-espresso-maker-tips.com , a web publication with information about cappuccino . His comments on cappuccino machines can be found on his site .