The Five Different Types Of Coffee

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If it weren’t for new sources of resources, coffee lovers would all be drinking the same kind of coffee. Like all other food industry, to be different then your competitor you must have a unique taste that is different then any other cup of coffee. To get this unique taste, there are multiple ways you could perfect your own brew of coffee. You could purchase different kinds of beans, roast your coffee beans a different way, or different regions the beans are harvested from. From seed to the liquid in your drink, deciding a different method of the coffee bean process could determine a well know coffee brand to just another coffee shop on the block. In the coffee bean industry there is two types of beans used to make coffee. These two types …show more content…
The five different types of roasts are American, French, Italian, European, and Viennese roast flavors. The America Roast is known as the regular roast, the beans have a flavor that is very moderate. The French Roast is known for tasting very strong, looking like chocolate brown. The reason why this roast is strong is because it comes from a heavily roasted process. The Italian Roast is used mainly for espresso drinks because of its brown-black color and strong taste. This would be another strong flavored roast. The European Roast is a blended roast that is one-third regular roast and two-thirds heavy roast. The Viennese Roast is also a blended roast that consists of two-thirds regular roast and one-third heavy roast. This roast is similar to the European but just different portions of either roast. One other difference between flavors is the region the coffee is produced from in the …show more content…
Beans raised in different regions of the world will have different flavors even if that same plant was harvested in a different region. The reason to why the same bean in a different region would taste different is because each region has there own unique soil, humidity, and other variations of production. There are many of locations for different tasting flavors, for example; In Brazil the body would be medium with a mild acidity level. The flavor would taste dry, spicy, sweet, and lingering. As in Columbia the body would be a medium/full with a medium acidity level. The flavor would be rich, sweet, and caramelly. These are just some examples to give you and idea of how a different region would have a different flavor and style. There are around another 15 more regions that have different flavors from each other. In the book Essentials of Contemporary Business, chapter four talks about trading which it is very important that these regions. They must trade beans so they can develop a new taste from a different been in their own rich soil. Also in chapter 3 they talk about supply and demand, which these regions have to think about when making a certain type of bean compared to others. Certain beans may have a higher demand due to the taste making the supply short at times where as other beans might have a low demand making the production of the bean with a bigger supply (Kurtz,

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