Flavoring Coffee Beans

DAME

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Feb 27, 2006
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I would like to learn more about the process of flavoring coffee beans, and where would I buy the flavors from?

Any ideas and or suggestions, are greatly appreciated.
 

Baugo

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Nov 24, 2006
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All though I find flavoring a beautiful thing like coffee a “SIN” :lol: , I do understand their importance in the coffee biz. I wish I could be like the “Soup Nazi” and say “NO COFFEE FOR YOU” :wink: but, here are a couple places to get oils, the instructions usually come with your order. Around a ½ oz to a pound I think. Hopefully this helps.
http://www.u-roast-em.com/coffee-beans.html
http://www.naturesflavors.com/default.php?cPath=16

Have a “Very Merry Christmas” :grin:
I am sure that these fine folks here will have some other suppliers to list for you.
 

topher

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Aug 14, 2003
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after the coffee has cooled...and be sure to flavor your coffee away from anything that you do not want to smell of pancake syrup...that includes yourself! One ounce flavors 2 lbs...so if you get this stuff on you are going to smell for days :wink:
 

billagirly

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Mar 29, 2005
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DFW, Texas
Thanks for the lesson! So does it all end up smelling like pancake syrup? And most importantly, is pancake syrup a natural aphrodisiac? :?
 

La Crema Coffee

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Oct 9, 2005
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As a purist, I never recommend flavoring coffee. But I will if asked. As Topher stated the flavoring is VERY strong and sticky. Also most of the flavoring is synthetic, and if you don't mind all the other fake stuff in your life, no need to be concerned about this either.
 

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