All about Coffee Pods

By: rsbombard
Is there anyone that dares say he or she hasn't ever enjoyed a cup of coffee? Be that as it may; the hypnotizing aroma of that mystique steaming dark fluid can draw you like a magnet would do to iron filings. It is not for nothing that coffee is the most famous beverage apart from chocolate and tea. Being known as king of all beverages, coffee is known to almost everyone in the world. Coffee plantations spread around the world are well known for their exotic and flowery aroma, while the coffee pods that are grown there are cherished by millions of people around the globe.

Coffee pods are the essential ingredients that are used in the making of coffee powder. There are several types of coffee pods that grown around the world. Coffee pods are also known as coffee beans and these pods are freshly roasted, ground fine and tempered to the right air pressure and then encapsulated in a piece of paper. Pods are usually made to a size of around 44m sieve with almost 7 gm of coffee per pod. Also known as espresso pods, these fine smelling pods are a simple method to make a fine cup of espresso that too with an amazing taste.

Several sizes of coffee pods are now sold in coffee shops, however, mainly the two sizes are being used by many coffee making machines. The 44mm pod is used mainly in espresso pump machines, and the 62mm pod used in Philips Senseo and black & decker home cafe machines. An excellent coffee brew is prepared by using pure blends of either Arabica or Robusta coffee pods.

Coffee pods can really influence the quality of coffee produced in a coffee making machine. A good coffee pod will ensure that the coffee brew is a bit oily in taste and very fluid in nature. Coffee pods can also induce a heavenly fragrance and an imperial taste to the coffee that is brewed in a machine. You can also use coffee pods to create an excellent range of coffee concentrates for use in commercial coffee vending machines. Coffee pods also play an important role in creating special blends that are sold in specialized coffee shops. You can choose a variety that is not only rich in taste but also is tastier in its composition and fragrance.

Whew! Isn't it time for a cup of coffee?
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