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coffee The as part of a wine address said smell or taste of a wine after coffee is relatively clear to recognize. But it is an extremely complex taste of hundreds of different flavorings, Similar to the Wine When it comes to the coffee plant, it depends on the variety, the soil conditions and the weather conditions during the growth, how the special flavors of the coffee bean develop. The name coffee is derived from the Arabic "qahwa" (stimulating drink), which was interestingly also originally used for wine.

The flavor range goes from sweet about bitter and salty to sour, with floral, smoky, spicy, roasted, medicinal, burnt and pungent tones, as well as various aromas after citrus, cocoa, berries, etc. vanilla. coconut and onions. There is also a special one aroma wheel for the coffee, which is very similar to that of wine. Despite this diversity, the typical coffee flavor remains.

The coffee contained caffeine is from a certain amount subject to disclosure (see also under ADI ). The methoxypyrazine (essential oils) contribute to the pea-flavor of raw coffee. By strong toasting The oak barrels are among other things formed coffee-like flavors. In the context of coffee, similar sounding sounds often appear with the roasted. caramelized. smoky and burnt to be discribed.

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