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How to distinguish real coffee from chemical coffee, popcorn
18 November, 2020

Distinguish real coffee and chemical coffee

Enjoy delicious cups of coffee and take advantage of the benefits of coffee. So how do you know for sure that the coffee you are enjoying each morning is pure coffee?
How to distinguish pure coffee in the form of beans

Pure coffee beans, after being roasted, will not be greasy and sticky, natural and mild. If additives are used during the roasting process, the doped coffee beans will be greasy, sticky (signs of butter, cooking oil ...), strong smells mixed with butter ...

How to distinguish pure coffee in powder form

Pure coffee powder is very light, smooth, loose and loose. Pure coffee powder has a low density, so it tends to float to the top when added to water, while other cereal grains sink more quickly.

When roasting to the appropriate temperature and time, the coffee powder has a dark brown color (if the roasted coffee beans have not reached the temperature and time of the first explosion, the powder will have a bright yellow color with a sour taste and strong odor).

The popcorn seeds used to fill in coffee are usually dark black. So in the coffee making profession people simply call popcorn color.

Roasted and ground soybeans are dark brown, opalescent, completely different from the dark brown color of coffee powder. If you see flour in a bag that is dark brown, yellowish in volume, small in volume, but heavy handling is the percentage of beans in coffee.

How to identify pure coffee when brewed

When you pour 100 degree C of boiling water into the pure coffee filter, the coffee powder will immediately swell, bubbles strongly, even spill out the filter.

Coffee powder has impurities when meeting hot water: You pour boiling water and find that the powder does not swell, but flatten, fade and spread a strong aroma, you know that there is very little in the filter. the coffee. Because of cornstarch, roasted bean flour when meeting boiling water becomes sticky, sticky and flat

Recognize based on the characteristics of coffee water
 Coffee brown watercolor: A pure and healthy coffee cup is always brown from cockroach wings to dark brown, when ice is added it will be amber brown, a very attractive clear brown color.

In the sun, look at the iced coffee cup with shimmering light brown color.

Black water color when impurities: Contrary to the characteristic brown color of coffee, when there are impurities, depending on the amount of impurities will be more or less, but the color will also change equally. With a coffee cup that is pure black, opaque black, this is mostly the color of beans, popcorn seeds.

Recognize based on the comparison of coffee cups

When brewed, the water of pure coffee has almost negligible viscosity. Contrary to the water of popcorn flour or roasted bean powder, which contains a lot of starch, it is very tasty, very sweet, even viscous.

Some consumers still confuse and believe that, for a good coffee, the water in the coffee cup must be candy, stick to the glass wall and the ice in the coffee cup must be brown because the coffee water is a parallel, sweet candy. cling to stone. But that is the evidence that in that cup of coffee there is only very little coffee, but all roasted soybeans. The starchy roasted soybeans are obviously very "rocky". Real coffee is not so fragile and does not "embrace ice".

The characteristic aroma of pure coffee

Many types of powdered coffee have been flavored. The authentic and original aroma of coffee is not very strong ... If you get used to the pure coffee scent, you will discover a chemical smell that is quite similar to the smell of coffee but still fake, still has a harsh taste Strong, persistent, but crude and causing a heavy feeling, unlike the high aroma of authentic coffee beans ...

Foam from the coffee cup is not "real": If the foam is thin, there is rainbow color, hit the whole cup and after a long time it looks pretty good, then it is definitely artificial foam. Typical coffee foam is fairly uniform in size, more opaque and "thicker" looking, but flattens quickly.

Wishing you to enjoy the delicious cups of coffee and promote the benefits of coffee.

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