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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Peaberry View Post
    Quality coffee isn't a random accident, but rather the result of much planning and attention to details from cultivation & harvesting, to sorting and processing, transporting and storage, and finally roasting and brewing. It will take a lifetime to get to a point where there is nothing left to learn, but start with learning about how beans are processed and sorted, and then learn how to cup coffee to develop your senses to recognize exceptional coffee coffee from good coffee, and of course the ability to recognize poor coffee. So much to be found on the internet.

    Yes, you are right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Sm1th View Post
    I am a new coffee enthusiasts from Indonesia..

    Would love to know how you think is a good quality beans..

    How to sort between good bean harvest from the bad ones..
    The beans harvested the latest season generally produce a better quality beans. So when you buy beans make sure you buy the freshest green beans - something you may not be told when buying online.

    Best of luck to you in your search for some great beans.

    Mirsad

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    Quote Originally Posted by bighillcoffee View Post
    The beans harvested the latest season generally produce a better quality beans. So when you buy beans make sure you buy the freshest green beans - something you may not be told when buying online.

    Best of luck to you in your search for some great beans.

    Mirsad
    Yup I never told about this..

    Does coffee beans deteriorate after wash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Sm1th View Post
    Yup I never told about this..

    Does coffee beans deteriorate after wash?
    Green coffee deteriorates at the slowest pace compared to roasted/ground. With that said you always want current crop and an arrival as recent as possible to ensure freshness. Grainpro bags will help keep the coffee as fresh as possible BUT don't forget it all goes back to the expertise of the farmer/mill specifically sorting/processing if picked properly. Green coffee is like a sponge so if a container had a funny item in it prior to shipping the green may take on some of those characteristics.

    We always suggest you sample your green before buying it if you have the time & sample roasting capabilities. This will always ensure as much as possible your getting exactly what you expect. Don't be naive because remember we are talking about an agricultural product which are all unique.

    Hope that helps a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeConiglioArmenia View Post
    Green coffee deteriorates at the slowest pace compared to roasted/ground. With that said you always want current crop and an arrival as recent as possible to ensure freshness. Grainpro bags will help keep the coffee as fresh as possible BUT don't forget it all goes back to the expertise of the farmer/mill specifically sorting/processing if picked properly. Green coffee is like a sponge so if a container had a funny item in it prior to shipping the green may take on some of those characteristics.

    We always suggest you sample your green before buying it if you have the time & sample roasting capabilities. This will always ensure as much as possible your getting exactly what you expect. Don't be naive because remember we are talking about an agricultural product which are all unique.

    Hope that helps a bit.
    This helps a lot!

    Thank You

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    Reading those comments helped me learn more. But guys is there any difference between espresso coffee beans and roasted coffee bean?

 

 
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