October 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #131: What Makes A Bad Bean?

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Europeans tend to spend more for their coffee than Americans, but they also get the best quality beans for their buck. A defective organic coffee bean is off-color, broken or the wrong size in comparison to the other beans. These bad beans will burn faster than the rest of the beans causing a bitter taste. If you want rich, smooth coffee with no bitter taste, inspect your beans before you brew. Most organic coffee farmers take pride in their beans and will inspect them before packaging. If your beans are defective, you may want to rethink your coffee supplier choice.

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