How is French roast coffee made?

Answer French roast coffee doesn't come from France, but refers to a process. French roast coffee is the darkest of roasts with the lightest of tastes, creating almost a flavor "effect" not influenced ver... Read More »

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Does dark roast coffee have less caffeine than light roast?

Dark roast beans are roasted as such a high temperature for a long period of time, that the core of the bean (where the caffeine is stored) slowly dissolves away. They do this process because the n... Read More »

Can a very fine coffee grind like "Turkish Coffee" be prepared by French Press?

The French press requires a coarse grind because it uses a coarse screen to filter out the grounds. If you use a Turkish grind you'll get lots of silt in your cup. Of course, you get that when you ... Read More »

What is french roast?

French roast is a very dark type of coffee.CharacteristicsFrench roast coffee is made from an oily, dark roast. It is the darkest that coffee can be without losing the coffee flavor. If the beans... Read More »

How to Roast Your Own Coffee?

Mmm... coffee...Did you know you can roast your own coffee? The reason for doing this is that the coffee is fresher and has flavor complexities you don't get any other way. Even whole beans that yo... Read More »