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 What is a fresh coffee bean?

Answer There are two main types of coffee plants that produce the beans used to make most of the world's coffee. The two varieties are: Coffea arabica, also known as "Arabica" and the Coffea canephora, or... Read More »
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How often should a fresh pot of coffee be made if you drink coffee all day?

I drink it til it's gone and then it's time for another. I'm down to 2 pots a day myself. As long as it's hot I'll drink it all day long. LOL
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What is a white coffee bean?

Coffee connoisseurs and the casual coffee drinker alike may not be familiar with the term white coffee bean. The words white coffee bean may bring images of a different kind of coffee plant into mi... Read More »
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What is a tarrazu coffee bean?

Tarrazu, like many coffees from around the world, takes its name from the region in which the beans grow. Tarrazu coffee beans grow in the Tarrazu region on the central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.... Read More »
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What Are the Strongest Emulsifiers for Coffee Bean Oil?

Oil and water do not mix -- unless there is an agent to hold them in a stable suspension. That is what an emulsifier does. Think of vinegar and oil salad dressing. You have to shake it first. With ... Read More »
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