New Article: The Question of Low Acidity Coffee

Posted by Lauren Lathrop on

The myth of acidity in coffee as an issue of greens or roast quality is pervasive. The truth is that most of what we experience as acidic flavor in coffee is caused by errors in extraction.

In Lauren's new article, understand more about why coffee tastes acidic and how to prepare a more balanced brew for yourself and your customer.

Coffee Taster's Flavor Wheel, based on Coffee Taster’s Flavor Wheel (2016) and World Coffee Research Sensory Lexicon (first edt. 2016) from SCAA and WCR.

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