Insight into the World of Coffee

Insight into the World of Coffee

You will be amazed to see what there is to be learnt and discovered about coffee! As our readers accompany us through the world of coffee and rediscover coffee as a product, or find out more about the natural product which is third among the most highly traded raw products on earth.

The diversity in coffee making – Part 1
The diversity in coffee making – Part 1

For Stefan Schreyögg coffee making and the various brewing systems are an extensive and fascinating topic. All classics have, of course, been tested at Coffee Roasting Company Schreyögg, and thus, in the next few issues of the Coffee Times the various preparation methods will be described for our readers in detail.

The diversity in coffee making: The press pot
The diversity in coffee making: The press pot

The second part of this article on the diversity in coffee making discusses the popular press pot, also known as the French press or cafetière. Having become a real classic, it is easy and quick to use and available in different sizes as well.

Costa Rica – A Trip for “Südtirol hilft”
Costa Rica – A Trip for “Südtirol hilft”

The “Südtirol hilft” campaign of Coffee Roasting Company Schreyögg offered an opportunity to customers who have always wanted to look behind the scenes of coffee growing and production. On a trip to Costa Rica in January 2016, those who were interested had a chance to meet the people behind the coffee and see the most important steps of coffee production with their own eyes. Schreyögg’s partners provided information about coffee growing on location; the travel expenses were paid by Coffee Roasting Company Schreyögg, the travellers themselves donated a corresponding amount to the aid organisation from South Tyrol.

Bean Mathematics
Bean Mathematics

Not only of interest for maths freaks – how many macchiati or cappuccini does one litre of milk make, and how many espressi can be made of one kilogram of coffee?

Coffee Giant Brazil
Coffee Giant Brazil

With an annual production of more than 2.6 million sacks, which is approx. 156,000,000 kg of coffee, Brazil is the biggest coffee producer of the world. Enough reason for Peter and Stefan Schreyögg to visit the South American country of origin.

Mexico – Finding Sustainability
Mexico – Finding Sustainability

Fair trade, small farmers, cooperatives, ecological farming and sustainability – topics which everyone with any responsibility at Coffee Roasting Company Schreyögg has been focusing on during the last few months not least due to the intensive involvement with fair trade. So what could have been more obvious than to assess the conditions of coffee production personally on site in Mexico?

Pods – the Convenient Single Serve Systems
Pods – the Convenient Single Serve Systems

A coffee roaster never stops thinking about all aspects of coffee making, therefore naturally also about pods as a trend product. The “long cup” as Caffè Crema has now been added to the two espresso blends produced by Coffee Roasting Company Schreyögg for some time in this segment.

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