A lot can happen over coffee!

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A lot can happen over co ffee… Nivedita Ghosh

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OBJECTIVES To be aware of the types of coffee & how to order

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INTRODUCTION

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Coffea robusta and   C. arabica Evergreen shrubs, white flowers & oval berries Berry contains two seeds & ripen in 7-9 mths . PROCESSING   Wet processing- fermented in water which dissolves the pulp & then washed & dried in the sun or in drying machines D ry processing  - fruit is spread out in the sun and the dried pulp is then removed The beans are then roasted making them brown

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Coffee Bean Appearance A descriptor for an oval cell often invested with a linear groove - Pathology : Brenner tumour, ovary Granulosa cell tumour, ovary Papillary Carcinoma Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis - Microbiology : Pneumocystis carinii trophozoites - Radiology : Sigmoid volvulus “coffee bean sign”

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COFFEE BREWING: Fresh roasted coffee beans The size of the grind 1 to 2 tablespoons of ground coffee for six ounces of water  Brewer maintained at water temp 195 - 205 F Brew Time The different types of coffee makers/ brewers are: Percolator Automatic Drip French Press/Plunger Espresso Filter Coffee Maker  

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TYPES OF COFFEE DRINKS

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(1) Espresso: forcing steam under high pressure (espresso machine) through a tightly compacted finely ground coffee Americano- A shot of espresso with hot water. The name for this coffee drink originates from an insult to "uncouth" Americans who couldn't drink full espressos!!! (2) Black coffee:  A drip brew, percolated or French press style coffee served straight, with no milk.

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(3) Latte : A shot of espresso in steamed (not frothed) milk with ratio of milk to coffee as 3:1 Café au lait is similar to Caffe Latte, except that an au lait is made with brewed coffee and the ratio of milk to coffee is 1:1 “Café au lait  macular spots of Neurofibromatosis ”

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(4) Cappuccino : E qual parts of espresso , steamed milk & frothed milk Dry cappuccino is a regular cappuccino, only with a smaller amount of foam, and no steamed milk at all

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(5) Café mocha: is basically a cappuccino or latte with added chocolate syrup

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(6) Cafe Macchiato  : A shot of espresso with steamed milk in a ratio of 4:1 (7) Cafe Breva   : A cappuccino made with half and half milk, instead of whole milk & gives a richer, creamier flavour.

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(8) Frappe :   Prepared by putting 1-2 teaspoons of instant coffee with sugar, water and ice. The brew is placed in a long glass with ice and milk (coffee milkshake) Frappuccino is a combination of frappe and cappuccino!!!

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(9) Indian filter coffee:  is made from rough ground, dark-roasted coffee which is drip-brewed for many hrs. in a traditional metal coffee filter & the coffee-milk ratio is 3:1 .

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(10) Instant coffee:  These grounds have usually been freeze-dried and turned into soluble powder or coffee granules (11) Irish coffee:  Coffee with Irish whiskey & cream on top

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(12) Hammerhead   : A real caffeine fix & consists of a shot of espresso in a regular-sized coffee cup, which is then filled with drip coffee. Also known as a Shot in the Dark (13) Vienna  coffee : cream based coffee made by two shots of strong black espresso in a standard sized coffee cup and infusing the coffee with whipped cream. The coffee is drunk through the cream top!

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How to Order Coffee?

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5 STEPS STEP (1) Order the size of your coffee- Small/ Medium/ Large for brewed coffee Single/ Double/ Triple for espresso drinks STEP (2) Ask for decaffeinated coffee if that is what you want STEP (3) Specify the type of milk- Low fat, whole or non-fat, half & half, heavy whipped cream

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STEP (4) Decide how you want your milk- If you want no milk at all, you want an Espresso. A lot of milk and a little foam is a Latte If you want just a dab of foam, you want a Macchiato One part foam and one part milk is a 'Cappuccino'. Mostly foam is a 'dry Cappuccino’ A mocha is a latte with chocolate syrup. Brewed coffee with steamed milk is a café au lait . STEP (5) If you like, order a flavoring agent like Chocolate, vanilla, caramel and hazelnut

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SAVOUR THE COFFEE!

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Also remember not to concentrate on the type of cup you have… …otherwise you will fail to enjoy the coffee!!!

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THANK YOU!!!

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