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Green coffee beans are the raw dried seeds of coffee berries that have been removed from the soft coffee cherry and are yet to be roasted. The coffee bean's taste and specific flavor notes are contained in this green bean or seed. However, in order to release different flavour notes, the beans have to be roasted. If you like to have control over this aspect of coffee's flavour, then check out these links:
Search Beans for Filter Coffee (Lighter Roast)
The beans prepared to be used for Filter Coffee are roasted to medium roast level or lighter, or at temperatures before second crack (up to 219 °C / 426 °F). The variations of this roast levels are, sometimes, called Cinnamon Roast, Light Roast, American Roast, City Roast.
Search Beans for Espresso Coffee (Darker Roast)
The beans prepared to be used for Espresso Coffee are roasted to medium-dark roast level or darker, or at temperatures after second crack (between 219 °C / 426 °F and 245 °C / 473 °F). The variations of this roast levels are, sometimes, called Full City Roast, Vienna Roast, French Roast, Italian Roast.
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Decaffeinated coffee beans (decaf for short) are beans that have had most of their caffeine removed. There are several different processes used to remove caffeine from the coffee beans. The beans are decaffeinated before they are roasted and ground. The nutritional value of decaf coffee is similar to regular coffee, minus the caffeine content.
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