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All About Organic Gourmet Coffee

By Lawanda Burch

Organic gourmet coffee offers coffee drinkers the best possible high quality enjoyment along with healthy flavor. Since it is naturally grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides, the bean is more flavorful and healthy. It is also made following highly selective processes for aging, roasting and grinding the beans to ensure premium taste.

Farmers who want the organic label for their products must adhere to stringent standards. They can only use natural fertilizers and pest control management. This makes for natural products that are healthy and safe. The local environment, including water supply, also benefits from organic farming.

By using earthworm composting, farmers turn the pulp into organic fertilizer for their crops. The worms produce micro-nutrients that enrich the soil. This becomes natural fertilizer for the plants, eliminating the need for chemical fertilizers to grow the plant.

What makes a gourmet brand so distinct with its rich, full-bodied flavor is the entire process that the beans go through. Each step throughout the processes, from quality selection through aging, roasting and grinding, is carefully scrutinized. This ensures that you get the finest quality flavor in your drink!

A key essential is the aging process. The beans are aged for seven years for additional flavor. Another vital element is using a wood stove for roasting as opposed to a methane gas oven. Another feature is making sure that the beans are roasted and packaged immediately afterwards to ensure fresh flavor upon delivery.

The drink was the accidental discovery of a goat herder who watched his goats getting lively and frisky once they’d feasted on certain berries. After sharing his discovery with the local priests who found they could stay up later for prayers after eating the beans. It was not long before widespread cultivation was taking place in Africa.

Arab traders took some plants back to their country. They found they could roast the beans to make a delicious hot drink. It was considered sacred and the plants were guarded to make sure no one stole them.

A daring Indian managed to steal a few beans and smuggle them into India where plantations were also established. As the Europeans started colonies in Asia, they also discovered this delicious drink. Back in Europe, it was first questioned as devilish but fortunately, the Pope gave it his blessing. Soon the drink had spread throughout Europe.

Types of beans differ in flavor and taste in each of the coffee-growing regions worldwide. Many people enjoy Arabica which is grown in Indonesia on the island of Java. It has a smooth, full bodied flavor and is popularly known as Java. Others enjoy South American blends which are lighter and slightly sweet. Blends from Africa have an interesting fruity aroma and taste.

There is nothing quite like organic gourmet coffee for starting the day. It gives you all the advantages of full-bodied luxury taste with none of the harmful side-effects of chemical pesticides. With today’s modern packaging and processing, it is possible to enjoy exotic blends from any area of the world.

Check out an amazing selection of organic gourmet coffee by visiting our web pages today. To know more about our signature blends, click the links at http://flyingacescoffee.com right now.

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