There are endless flavour notes to coffee. You can practise observing these through a coffee tasting technique called coffee cupping. Paulig’s chief taster describes how to get started.
Well I think we all know that our perception of flavour and taste are different form each other: what is sour for one not necessarily will be sour for other. And also that tasting actually is a really unique combination of all our senses - smell, hearing, sight, and of course the taste. In this blog I give examples how different senses actually effect the way we taste.
Coffee and chocolate are often compared thanks to the overlap between their growing regions and the similarities in flavor notes. Both coffee and cacao share a huge flavor profile; over 600 aromatic compounds in cacao and more than 1000 in coffee! Let’s dig into more similarities and differences between the two gorgeous plants!
Espresso Affogato – sounds familiar or unheard? Are you using every opportunity in the summer to indulge in it? Or you’ve been savoring affogato while in Italy? If there’s any fact that you don’t know about it – it will be revealed right now.