Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica) is a promising economic crop for some areas of the Philippines with an elevation of 1,000-1,500m above sea level, a temperature range of 17-25°C, and with soil pH of 5.2-6.3. It offers bright prospects for enterprising farmers because of the following reasons: its dried bean commands a price of 80-130 pesos
No coffee can be good in the mouth that does not first send a sweet offering of odor to the nostrils. Thus, the famous line of Henry Ward Beecher, which has now found its way in the personalized coffee mugs sold nationwide. Filipinos love to drink coffee. Drinking coffee is a favorite pastime and an
Somewhere on the world right now, a person is waking up feeling a bit groggy. Perhaps they’re getting ready to go to work or maybe even to school. Regardless of their situation, this person isn’t feeling that great. They just need one thing to put them in the proper frame of mind to have a
“Coffee is the source of happiness and wit,” said King Louis XIV who after experiencing coffee’s excellent taste and distinctive aroma began to recognize the value of it. A sip of coffee reminisces significant events which shaped many a nation’s history. It has chronicled historical records that date back to as far as 1200 A.D.
Drying The extracts can be dried in a spray drier, freeze drier or a drum drier. a. Spray drying. Spray drying requires that the concentrated coffee solutions extracted are ‘atomized’ to form droplets (10-200 micrometers in diameter) and then sprayed into a current of heated air (150-300ºC) in a large drying chamber, this is usually