June 25, 2010, Newsletter Issue #201: Finding īDinerī style coffee

Tip of the Week

It may have happened to you. One particular diner or local coffee stop serves you a coffee and you love it. But you donīt know where to find the right beans to so can brew it at home.

At CoffeeAndTeaWarehouse.com we recently received a question from someone who had found the coffee he liked at one particular diner, and also had a question about īArabicaī coffee beans.

Here is the answer we gave:

"Firstly, let me deal with Arabica coffees. There are two main species of the coffee tree...Arabica and Robusta. Coffee beans from Arabica trees are considered to be of a much higher quality than beans from Robusta trees. All of our coffees are Arabica beans of the highest quality.

Secondly, letīs deal with your search for "that diner flavor" that you found in the Shop Rite Restaurant Style coffee. I am not familiar with the Shop Rite brand so I have no way of knowing what this coffee looks and tastes like. But Iīm willing to bet itīs a blend of coffees (all of which are from the Arabica tree). Iīm also willing to wager the roast is medium, although without actually seeing the coffee this is only a guess.

Based on the above assumptions, I would recommend a couple of our coffees for you try: Ethiopian Sidamo (a truly wonderful tasting coffee and one of our top sellers) and our Breakfast Blend (very smooth and full bodied)."

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