Here are some Frequently Asked Questions that come our way. Nevertheless, be careful; there could be more of them lurking around the corner.
1 After drinking coffee ease my stomach feels weird like I have acid reflux - what can I do?
- Great question. The acid in coffee is not just in your head or your stomach. The pH levels in the beverage can measure coffee acidity. Where does most coffee come in? Around 5. How acidic is that? It is a lot less acidic than many soft drinks. For instance, cola drinks come in at a pH of around 2.4. Coffee has natural acids such as malic acid and citric, the same ones found in fruits. Coffee also has a certain amount of naturally occurring chlorogenic acid, which gives specialty coffee a particular zing and thrills coffee experts. However, do not stop drinking coffee just yet; there are many low-acidic choices out there.
2 Can I grind coffee beans ahead of time at home?
- Coffee loses some of its flavors within 15-30 minutes after grinding. That is why it is crucial to grind coffee beans just before you start brewing if you can.
3 Does it matter what water I use?
- Coffee is 98.5 to 99 percent water, so water quality will critically affect the resultant brew's taste. When making coffee, you should only use water that tastes good enough to drink straight. As a result, the best cups of coffee are made with filtered tap water or bottled water. Do not mistake distilled water for filtered: the former is missing minerals that contribute to the water's taste and aid in extraction. The water should also start cold: hot water has lost some of its dissolved air, and may have picked up minerals or solubles from your pipes.
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