July 15rd 2016

The Benefit of Coffee for Every Body Parts

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Coffee offers a variety of health benefits from head to toe. Here are some of the healthy benefits of coffee for our body:

1. Boost memory

According to a research, two hundred milligrams of caffeine can increase the memory capacity in the long term.

2. Skin

Women who regularly consume three cups of black coffee per day, significantly down on risk of skin cancer melanoma, according to a study in 2012.

3. Liver

Consumption of more than two cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of liver disease such as cirrhosis of the liver.

4. Thumb

Drinking six cups of coffee per day appears to reduce levels of uric acid, especially in men, so the risk of gout was reduced by 59 percent.

5. Mood

The risk of depression in women was reduced by 20 percent in women who drank a cup of coffee, according to the study Harvard School of Public Health.

6. Heart

Consuming 200-300 mg of caffeine per day makes the heart work better with the way blood circulation while you rest.

7. Energy

Minimum three to four cups of coffee per day will make you more energetic and more durable exercise, says a study Plos One.

7. Diabetes

The consumption of a cup of coffee without sugar per day lowered the risk of diabetes by 33 percent, according to a study from Harvard.

Related link: http://nationalgeographic.co.id/berita/2016/06/manfaat-kopi-untuk-setiap-bagian-tubuh


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July 5th 2016

Preparing Kopi Luwak

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In order to prepare a good cup of kopi luwak or civet coffee, french press, moka pot or even the alternative vacuum pot can be used. Civet coffee can even be prepared using a filter paper as an ordinary filtered coffee. Generally, it is enough to follow these simple guidelines (almost identical to your ordinary coffee):

  • 1. Buy a high quality, certified coffee.
  • 2. Do not store civet coffee in the fridge (before or after grinding it).
  • 3. Beans are to be ground according to the method you have chosen to follow during the entire preparation (bigger beans for french press, fine for moka pot, and the finest for an espresso)
  • 4. Right water temperature (an ideal temperature is 95° C). This point is crucial when preparing a good cup of civet coffee.
  • 5. Right water coffee ratio – it is recommended you apply the standard ratio of 9 grams to approximately 170 milliliters of water.

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July 3rd 2016

Health Benefits of Kopi Luwak

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1. Protects the teeth

Kopi luwak is known for its non-sticky, anti-bacterial properties. Unlike other coffee, this beverage helps keep your teeth clean and bacteria-free. Studies have shown that drinking one cup of civet coffee everyday can help prevent oral cancer.

2. Good for ulcer patients

Unlike the regular coffee, the low acidic concentration of kopi luwak makes it an ideal morning beverage for ulcer patients and those who suffer from digestion problems.

3. Cancer prevention

According to a study conducted by Harvard Medical School, people who drink civet coffee have limited chances of getting cancer. The university claims to have examined patients who suffered from breast, colon, and rectal cancer. An article published by Journal of Nutrition suggested that women who drank 3-4 cups of civet coffee regularly during menopause reduced the risk of breast cancer by 38%.

4. Helps control diabetes

Chlorogenic acid present in regular coffee can suppress the body’s insulin resistance, which is not good for diabetic patients. On the other hand, civet coffee which has a relatively low acidic concentration can be effective for type 2 diabetes. A report released by Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry suggests that people who consumed 3-4 cups of decaf coffee per day can reduce the risk of diabetes by up to 50%.

5. Lowers post workout muscle pain

An article released by From the Journal of Pain in 2007 suggests that two cups of coffee after workout can reduce muscle pain by 48%.

6. Helps prevent neurological disorders

Kopi luwak is known for its anti-oxidant properties, and can help prevent cell damage that is associated with Parkinson’s disease. The caffeine content in the civet coffee can control inflammation in the brain, which is directly linked to Alzheimer’s.

7. Keeps gallstone diseases under check

he anti-sticky caffeine content in the civet coffee can help ensure that mucus crystals don’t break down in the bile. Furthermore, it helps loosen cholesterol crystals that are trapped in the gallbladder, thereby reducing the risk of gallbladder disease.


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July 1st 2016

Coffee Roasts from Light to Dark

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What’s your favorite coffee roast? Dark? Light? Somewhere in between? Here’s a “coffee 101” guide to coffee roasts from light to dark.
The degree to which coffee beans are roasted is one of the most important factors that determine the taste of the coffee in the cup. Before roasting, green coffee beans are soft, with a fresh “grassy” smell and little or no taste. The coffee roasting process transforms these raw beans into the distinctively aromatic, flavorful, crunchy beans that we recognize as coffee.
Other factors of course enter into the complex equation that determines your coffee’s taste. Two coffee varieties, from different countries of origin or grown in different environments, are likely to taste quite different even when roasted to the same level (especially at light to medium roast levels). The age of the coffee, the processing method, the grind, and the brewing method will also affect the taste. But the roast level provides a baseline, a rough guide to the taste you can expect.
The most common way to describe coffee roast levels is by the color of the roasted beans, ranging from light to dark (or extra dark). As coffee beans absorb heat in the roasting process, their color becomes darker. Oils appear on the surface of the beans at higher temperatures. Because coffee beans vary, color is not an especially accurate way of judging a roast. But combined with the typical roasting temperature that yields a particular shade of brown, color is a convenient way to categorize roasting levels.
Roast level preferences are subjective. The roast level you like may depend on where you live. In the United States, folks on the West Coast have traditionally preferred darker roasts than those on the East Coast. Europeans have also favored dark roasts, lending their names to the so-called French, Italian, and Spanish roasts that dominate the darker end of the roasting spectrum.
In general, though, we can categorize the most common coffee roasts from light to dark as follows:

Light Roasts:

Light roasts are light brown in color, with a light body and no oil on the surface of the beans. Light roasts have a toasted grain taste and pronounced acidity. The origin flavors of the bean are retained to a greater extent than in darker roasted coffees. Light roasts also retain most of the caffeine from the coffee bean.
Light roasted beans generally reach an internal temperature of 180°C – 205°C (356°F – 401°F). At or around 205°C, the beans pop or crack and expand in size. This is known as the “first crack” (for the “second crack,” see below). So a light roast generally means a coffee that has not been roasted beyond the first crack.
Some common roast names within the Light Roast category are Light City, Half City, Cinnamon Roast (roasted to just before first crack), and New England Roast (a popular roast in the northeastern United States, roasted to first crack).

Medium Roasts:

Medium roasted coffees are medium brown in color with more body than light roasts. Like the lighter roasts, they have no oil on the bean surfaces. However, medium roasts lack the grainy taste of the light roasts, exhibiting more balanced flavor, aroma, and acidity. Caffeine is somewhat decreased, but there is more caffeine than in darker roasts.
Medium roasts reach internal temperatures between 210°C (410°F) and 220°C  (428°F) — between the end of the first crack and just before the beginning of the second crack.
Common roast names within the Medium Roast level include Regular Roast, American Roast (the traditional roast in the eastern United States, roasted to the end of the first crack), City Roast (medium brown, a typical roast throughout the United States), and Breakfast Roast.

Medium-Dark Roasts:

Medium-dark roasts have a richer, darker color with some oil beginning to show on the surface of the beans. A medium-dark roast has a heavy body in comparison with the lighter or medium roasts.
The beans are roasted to the beginning or middle of the second crack — about 225°C (437°F) or 230°C (446°F). The flavors and aromas of the roasting process become noticeable, and the taste of the coffee may be somewhat spicy.
Among the most common names for a medium-dark roast are Full-City Roast (roasted to the beginning of the second crack), After Dinner Roast, and Vienna Roast (roasted to the middle of the second crack, sometimes characterized as a dark roast instead).

Dark Roasts:

Dark roasted coffees are dark brown in color, like chocolate, or sometimes almost black. They have a sheen of oil on the surface, which is usually evident in the cup when the dark roast coffee is brewed. The coffee’s origin flavors are eclipsed by the flavors of the roasting process. The coffee will generally have a bitter and smoky or even burnt taste. The amount of caffeine is substantially decreased.
To reach the level of a dark roast, coffee beans are roasted to an internal temperature of 240°C (464°F) — about the end of the second crack — or beyond. They are seldom roasted to a temperature exceeding 250°C (482°F), at which point the body of the beans is thin and the taste is characterized by flavors of tar and charcoal.
Dark roasts go by many names. As a result, buying a dark roast can be confusing. Some of the more popular designations for a dark roast include French Roast, Italian Roast, Espresso Roast, Continental Roast, New Orleans Roast, and Spanish Roast. Many dark roasts are used for espresso blends.
So there you have it — a short guide to the common coffee roasts from light to dark. To summarize the differences, in addition to the color gradations:

  • ♣ As coffee roasts get darker, they lose the origin flavors of the beans and take on more flavor from the roasting process.
  • ♣ The body of the coffee gets heavier, until the second crack, where the body again thins.
  • ♣ Lighter roasts have more acidity than darker roasts.
  • ♣ Light roasted beans are dry, while darker roasts develop oil on the bean surface.
  • ♣ The caffeine level decreases as the roast gets darker.
Ultimately, it’s all about the taste, the flavor, the aroma. You may prefer a lighter roast in the morning (with more caffeine) and a darker one later in the day. Coffee, including the optimal roast level, is a personal preference. What’s yours?

Related Link: http://www.coffeecrossroads.com/coffee-101/coffee-roasts-from-light-to-dark


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June 28th 2016

Crazy About Coffee: 6 Interesting Facts

Whether you import expensive civet coffee from Indonesia or you're satisfied with a cup of instant, coffee plays an important role in the lives of many people all over the world.
But how much do you really know about the world's most popular beverage? These six coffee facts will help you gain a whole new appreciation for the immortal bean.

1. It’s not a bean

Contrary to popular wisdom, coffee is actually a fruit. The 'beans' are actually the seeds of red or purple cherries that grow on the coffee plant, and only picked up the name 'bean' due to their appearance. Most cherries contain two seeds that grow with their flat sides together, but in rare cases they may grow as solo peaberries reputed to contain more flavor.

2. You shouldn't drink it early in the morning

Millions of people worldwide rely on coffee as an early morning pick-me-up, but this can lead to unhealthy dependence and prevent your body from producing the stress hormone cortisol that helps you wake up on your own. Instead, it's recommended to wait until around 10am when the body's cortisol levels have dropped and are less prone to interference.

3. It's good for your heart

Drinking one to two cups of coffee per day can significantly reduce a person's risk of dying from cardiovascular-related conditions, according to a study of more than 76,000 Japanese men. Other studies have demonstrated that consuming two to five cups a day can help to combat diseases such as Alzheimer's, diabetes and melanoma.

4. It can supercharge your metabolism

Athletes have been shown to perform faster and for longer after drinking coffee, which can boost metabolism by up to 11% and is especially beneficial for endurance sports. Caffeine adds fatty acids to the bloodstream which the muscles absorb and burn for much-needed fuel, conserving carbohydrate reserves for later use.

5. It can boost your memory

Beyond its health benefits, one of the most remarkable discoveries about coffee's effects in recent years is how it improves memory. A study by Johns Hopkins University found that consuming 200mg of caffeine – equivalent to two mugs of instant – enhances short-term memories from before the caffeine was consumed, resulting in greater clarity even after 24 hours.

6. Coffee was discovered by goats

Not so much fact as fancy, the origin of coffee's discovery is sometimes credited to a goat herder named Kaldi who lived in 9th century Ethiopia. According to legend, after observing his flock dancing energetically after consuming the berries of the coffee plant, Kaldi shared the fruit with a local monk who believed them to be the work of the devil and cast the berries onto the fire. Naturally, this released a delicious aroma as the seeds roasted, and they realized they had a hit on their hands


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