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Press Coffee teaches great cups of coffee

By coffee-admin

July 24, 2020

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Press Coffee takes education seriously. The company offers Coffee 101 classes to teach guests about how coffee is grown and the different characteristics to look for when tasting specialty coffee. Have you ever had a great cup of coffee that stopped you in your tracks? Made you look into your cup and think, “I did not know coffee could be this good?”

It may have had notes of blueberry, mango or jasmine, and for some reason it resonated on the palate and stood out above all others.

The answer is in the quality of the farm’s coffee and the roaster’s skill. […]

Have you ever had a great cup of coffee that stopped you in your tracks? Made you look into your cup and think, “I did not know coffee could be this good?”

It may have had notes of blueberry, mango or jasmine, and for some reason it resonated on the palate and stood out above all others.

The answer is in the quality of the farm’s coffee and the roaster’s skill. Coffee is like wine in that where it is grown, how the beans are harvested, dried and then roasted all affect the flavor in the cup.

Coffee beans and the final brew have different characteristics, similar to the way wine is produced or aged can affect the flavor.

Scottsdale’s Press Coffee has borrowed a strategy from the wine world with its Allocation Coffee.

The goal is to showcase some of the world’s rarest coffees and introduce the community to the nuances of high-end specialty offerings.

The goal is to showcase some of the world’s rarest coffees and introduce the community to the nuances of high-end specialty offerings.

“Specialty coffee” refers to coffee that has scored over 80 points on a 100-point scale by the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Specialty coffees are different from commodity coffee.

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