Health Benefits of Coffee and Why you should you be Passionate about it

When it comes to coffee – we often google up – best coffee near me and go to a cafe. Why not make your very own coffee at home. Invest in some basic stuff and make the coffee of your choice at home. We are so driven by tea and coffee in Indian that we often consume these beverages minimum 2 times a day. Tea though is more popular in India and coffee is to be the drinks of the rich. It is only when we deep dive in the coffee – that we feel the kick both physically and knowledge wise.

Benefits of Coffee

  1. Coffee boost brain power, concentration and attention
  2. Coffee increases blood pressure and spikes an adrenaline rush
  3. It makes immune system stronger
  4. It relieve headache
  5. It reduces stress
  6. It improves memory
  7. It helps you loose weight

Types of Coffee Beans

There are 2 main type of Coffee Beans

  1. Arabica
  2. Robusta


  • The roast (Roast is the coffee bean size) is larger
  • It has a smooth taste
  • It has less caffeine and therefore less strong
  • It is relatively expensive
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  • It has a bitter taste
  • It has more caffeine – and therefore stronger
  • It is relatively cheap

Coffee Mix

Often coffees available in the market are a mix of arabica and robusta


Roasting coffee transforms the chemical and physical properties of green coffee beans into roasted coffee products. The roasting process is what produces the characteristic flavor of coffee by causing the green coffee beans to change in taste.

Coffee roasting is the process of heating the coffee cherry seeds to augment aroma and flavor and ultimately increase solubility

The Color of the roast is not related to the strength of the coffee. So a dark roast go coffee does not necessarily mean it is a strong coffee

Instant vs Ground Coffee

The main difference between instant coffee and ground coffee, is the amount of caffeine. One cup of instant coffee contains 60-80mg of caffeine. On the other hand, a ground or brewed coffee contains 60-120mg of caffeine per cup.

Simple Recipe

Take 1 tablespoon of coffee, add 1 1/2 tablespoon of sugar. Add hot water to wet the mix. I prefer normal water and it works just fine. Churn it with Coffee with frother. Add milk and coffee is ready !

Flavoured Coffee

If you are bored with routine coffee you may try some flavoured coffee easily available in the markets. The flavours may range from simple to Cocoa Mint, hazelnut, etc.

Flavoured Coffee – From County bean

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