We’ve been making coffee for a long time and there’s always been some common myths or ideas that people get hung up on yeah there’s there’s quite a few I think maybe one of the first things that we were talking about earlier was a these crema myths you really look at a shot and if there’s like beautiful crema with flecking in it then you’ve pulled the perfect shot but, you know not necessarily.
In this video I’m going to demonstrate a procedure for developing a roast profile. So what is a roast profile anyway? A roast profile is just a record of how a coffee was roasted. Most importantly, that tells you what the bean temperature is over time. How hot is the coffee at any given moment? You can also record other information on that. If you have access to the temperature in other parts of the roaster such as the air temperature the exhaust temperature you can have those in your roast profile as well.
What is a green coffee bean?
Green coffee, it is going to be unique for where it’s from, how high up a mountain it’s grown, when it’s harvested, how it’s processed. Those beans are going to hold a lot of information about what we’re going to get in a cup. When a roaster gets a coffee they are making sure that heat is applied specifically, and allow that coffee to develop and go through the Maillard reaction and the sugar browning and caramelization.
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How to Make a Cappuccino | Perfect Coffee
My name is Mike Jones, and I’m a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I’m going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. I’m gonna show you how to make a cappuccino. A cappuccino is traditionally between five and six ounces. You have your shot of espresso, some milk, and then foam on top.