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The trees where the seeds used to make coffee are cultivated in over 70 countries; primarily Latin America, Southeast Asia, South Asia and Africa.

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Which one is better a coffee bean or ground coffee?



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Organic coffee is grown without the use of potentially damaging chemicals such as pesticides or herbicides. These beans are graded the same way as all other non-organic coffee beans. The obstacle of growing organic beans is that the process if longer and quite expensive.

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Why does is the term mocha used to describe coffee with chocolate?


Nowadays, if you order a mocha, you will get a coffee/chocolate flavored drink. This came about from the origins of the mocha bean. Mocha coffee beans are traditionally grown in Yemen, in the port of Mocha. These beans have a slight aroma and flavor of chocolate - hence the name today.

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Is coffee grown anywhere is the United States?


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Where are Robusta and Arabica coffee beans grown?


Robusta beans are grown primarily in Africa and Indonesia, while Arabica beans are mostly commonly grown in Latin America. Not to say that both types cannot be grown in the same region, take Brazil and India for example, where both beans are cultivated.

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The problem is when I use pre ground coffee beans. The water doesn't run through. It comes over the top and the grounds get in the coffee. I buy them that way because they mark them down half price. I


Hi,

There are whole coffee beans, and there are ground coffee beans, but there is no such thing as "pre-ground" coffee beans because you wouldn't want the beans to be ground AFTER making coffee.

If you have a problem using "pre-ground" beans, then STOP using pre-ground beans and grind them yourself.

I hope this helps.
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The coffee is filled and yet when it begins to grin the beans it stops and tells me to add coffee. So I giggle around the coffee dispenser and sometimes it works, but the problem is getting worse. Seems...


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This machine doesn't like oily, sticky beans. Most coffee beans purchased at a grocery store (even Starbucks or Peets - etc.) are roasted pretty dark with an oily sheen. Also most coffee beans from the store are very old - no matter how fresh they pretend to be. For example, at Safeway you will see a sign over the Peets coffee that says "roasted fresh, delivered daily" - that makes you think the beans are only a day or two old. But in reality they only remove the beans that are over 3 months old. The only way to get truely fresh roasted beans (unless you roast them yourself) is to find a roaster where you can buy beans that were roasted right there (many coffee shops pretend to be roasters but, in fact, they only buy more beans when they run out).

I have great luck buying beans directly from a roaster who will ship to me the same day they are roasted. RedBird Coffee has a delicious Espresso blend, the price is great and the beans are roasted just a little less dark so they are not oily and sticky. My Titanium works great with these beans. RedBird ships out the same day he roasts and you have your coffee about 2 days later. Very fresh.

In the meantime, you can lift the lid to the bean hopper and stir the beans with a popsicle stick or a chopstick and then they will grind for one or two coffees before you have to stir them again.

When choosing a coffee - don't buy Italian or French or Vienna roast - those dark roasts are oily and sticky. Ask for a Full City or Full City Plus roast - this is just slightly less dark than a Vienna Roast and shouldn't be oily looking. But freshness is still the key - any coffee beans that are several weeks past roasting day will start to become sticky and oily on the outside.

This is where I buy and I'll never go back to buying coffee at grocery store
http://www.redbirdcoffee.com/

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How many tablespoons of ground coffee are needed per cup of water in the Smart Brew coffee maker?


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