Whole Bean Coffee A Complete Review

Whole Bean Coffee A Complete Review



Whole Bean Coffee - a​ Complete Review.
If you are a​ selective coffee drinker like myself, then most likely already know that whole bean coffee is​ definitely the way to​ go .​
Whole bean coffee stays fresh much longer, and if​ you brew it​ right after grinding it​ you get a​ flavor you simply can’t get from pre-ground coffee that’s been sitting around for a​ short time .​
Even only mediocre whole bean coffee brands taste pretty good if​ brewed right after grinding.
One can find some of​ the best whole bean coffee in​ Costa Rica .​
As an​ area well-known for its coffee, I​ was keen to​ try some genuine Costa Rican brews during my visit there last year and I​ was totally blown away when I​ did .​
Despite the fact that I​ wanted to​ make the experience last as​ long as​ possible, I​ obviously carried as​ much coffee back with me as​ I​ could fit in​ my suit case .​
Knowing for a​ fact that the freshness is​ much better preserved when the beans are yet to​ be ground, I​ only brought back whole bean coffee to​ make it​ last longer .​
When I​ got home, I​ quickly put three of​ the four bags I​ had bought into the freezer, and left the other out for immediate use .​
Whenever I​ crushed that whole bean coffee it​ transported me right back to​ Costa Rica, and I​ was in​ a​ coffee-drinkers haven for the next couple of​ months .​
It’s a​ good thing I​ didn’t bring back already ground coffee; it​ would have lost a​ lot of​ its unique flavor.
At the same time the problem with whole bean coffee is​ that you have to​ grind it, which means you need to​ buy a​ coffee grinder .​
Moreover, coffee grinders can be a​ pain to​ clean, and it’s just an​ extra step you have to​ take before enjoying your coffee .​
If the flavor isn’t really that important to​ you, and/or you are running out of​ time or​ patience, whole bean coffee probably won’t appeal to​ you that much .​
The majority coffee drinkers I​ know don’t even have a​ coffee grinder; scooping out coffee ‘powder’ into a​ machine and pushing a​ button is​ the extent of​ their coffee making experience .​
Of course, there is​ something nice about just being able to​ add some already ground coffee in​ a​ machine and having a​ pot brewed in​ just a​ couple of​ minutes with not much effort .​
For this reason, I​ usually keep both whole bean coffee and already ground coffee on hand .​
For times when I’m in​ a​ rush, I​ use the ground coffee, and if​ I’ve got time to​ relax I’ll grind up some fresh whole bean coffee to​ savor its taste.




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