Questions tagged [ground-coffee]

The result of grinding coffee beans, used to prepare the many beverages based on coffee that have been developed since long ago.

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Why do sugary foods taste so good with black filter coffee (no sugar)?

Just wondered why my black moccomaster filter coffee from bean tastes so good with sugary foods like donuts and ice cream.
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Fine-grind French Press - Sacrilege? Better method?

I'm a longtime French press user but I've been grinding my beans finely for a few years. Espresso-fine I guess. Ground to a powder really. I much prefer the richer, more buttery, oily cup to the ...
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How fresh is the coffee provided in hotel rooms? [closed]

I travel frequently, and sometimes in the morning I want a quick cup of coffee. The first thing I see is these mini coffee machines in the room. They sometimes come in generic pouches, but at ...
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Scratches on the upper chamber of newly mochapot!

I have just got my mocha pot for the first time by enthusiasm but look what i have found! Deep scratches, not one or two, a lot! It almost looks like someone did this intentionally while producing. ...
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How is green coffee different from usual black coffee?

I recently saw green coffee on the shelves. I do not know how to prepare it - should I treat it like regular coffee? Or is another technology used?
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Tea coffee dispensers for seminar rooms for ground coffee and tea powder

We like to sell ground coffee and tea powder for places such as hotels, where seminars take place. Normally attendees make their own choices and get tea or coffee brews by selecting the right button. ...
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Is there any special way to cook this specific kind of coffee from Indonesia?

I have this coffee which is from Indonesia with the following features: Its taste and smell is totally different from the coffees that I have so far drunk in my life. For example, it is totally ...
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How can I identify whether coffee is expired or not?

My coffee jar is half used. I can't find an expiration date on it. Maybe it is misprinted or the label has been removed because it's a year old. How will I know if it's safe to drink?
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Why do espresso grains have to be finely ground and French press grains coursely ground?

Why do espresso grains have to be finely ground? (I've seen some moka pot instructions say medium is good, too.) I thought espresso machines extracted the most out of the grains, so it would seem they ...
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Sumatra or Espresso More Acidic?

I am looking for a less acidic caffeinated drink. Currently Sumatra is the least acidic coffee I’ve found but was wondering if espresso is better since it’s less liquid and has the same amount/more ...
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What is a good alternative to and coffee?

What product can increase dopamine levels in the brain quickly instead of caffeine ? Of course, I don't mean methamphetamine.
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Would method of ingesting coffee affect its effectiveness in terms of caffeine extraction to the body?

I have some instant coffee powder packs that include coffee, milk, and sugar in a single packet. Lately, due to circumstances related to limited time and availability of electricity, I've been ...

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