And really delicious coffee is obtained only in copper or silver 'Turks', and not gold-plated, stainless steel and especially aluminum. Incidentally, aluminum and coffee generally incompatible! By the way, all national legends of Brazilian coffee originated from the fact that the Soviet Union was buying coffee, mainly from 'dear lady' Indira Gandhi (on my tanks and aircraft) and the banks have written 'Indian coffee. " Accordingly, banks with the inscription 'Brazilian coffee' were in a deficit and, as any deficit, cluttered with rumors. In fact, such inscriptions - folly for amateurs, as well as advertising, in which the bags with just collected coffee put a brand well-known firm of the seller. Has long since we all drink coffee blends of different types of coffee produced in different countries, as it is easy to learn, if you carefully read the package additional information on the composition of the mixture and its title. There are two main varieties of coffee trees. 'Arabica' (oldest) gives a large fruit whose seeds have a wonderful flavor and aroma. True, the yield of the tree low and it is very choosy.
'Robusta' more unpretentious, and his small grains contain more caffeine, but they are inferior in taste. In general, the better selling coffee blends were prepared by mixing specific proportions 'Arabica' and 'Robusta' from different plantations. Sell as a mixture of only 'Arabica' or just 'Robusta', but, again, in the form of mixtures of different varieties. 'Clean' the same kind rarely sold, mostly in specialty stores - for those buyers who prefer to make coffee blends. This can have fun and you, but first have to carefully try each grade individually, to make representation about them, and then ''. In addition, coffee one species - but the hideous quality - can be found in packages of unknown origin, represent a blatant hack-work. Are engaged in small and semi-legal firms that buy overseas poor-quality raw materials and pack it at random - can sypanut clean 'Arabica' and 'Robusta', and may of both, but, clearly, without any respect for the formulation of the mixture.