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Good Coffee - It Starts with the Bean

written by: emeyekayee
 
A little about the origins of a good cup of joy.

Question 1:


In which country was coffee first roasted and brewed?
Zimbabwe
Indonesia
Brasil
Ethiopia

Question 2:


What is the fruit of the coffee plant called?
Clove
Cherry
Bean
Bead

Question 3:


After harvesting, coffee beans must be dried.
True
False

Question 4:


Green coffee beans stay acceptably fresh for how long?
Several years
Several months
Several weeks
Several days

Question 5:


Once ground, how long does it take before coffee begins to stale?
Weeks
Months
Hours
Minutes

Question 6:


Green coffee beans can be roasted on the stovetop in a frying pan.
True
False

Question 7:


Green coffee beans can be roasted at home in less than 30 minutes.
False
True

Question 8:


After roasting, one pound (0.5 kg) of green coffee beans yields how much dried coffee?
Slightly less than one pound / 0.5 kg
One pound / 0.5 kg
Almost two pounds / 1 kg
Slightly more than one pound / 0.5 kg

Question 9:


Island coffees are some of the smoothest and most expensive in the world. Where do they come from?
All of these
St. Helena
Hawaii
Jamaica

Question 10:


The world’s most expensive coffee, Kopi Luwak, goes through a unique harvesting process. In Indonesian, “kopi” means coffee and “luwak” means what?
Lunar
Civet
Mountain
Sea Water

 


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