Expert Advice on the Best Beans to Use Depending on How You Take Your Coffee

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Expert Advice on the Best Beans to Use Depending on How You Take Your Coffee

You need to consider a lot when it comes to dealing with coffee. You have to consider the region of origin, roast, climate, and grind among many other intricacies. However, for most people the importance behind such factors is a mystery. Allie Caran, the director of Education at Toby’s Estate which is among Brooklyn’s first small batch coffee roasters spoke to us about coffee roasters. Allie was quick to add that at Toby’s Estate roaster, they are all about good coffee and making sure they’re not confused. Whether you like to add a splash of milk, take your coffee black or enjoy using a pour over setup, whatever your coffee preference routine, here are the best beans to use in any application.

 

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A foundation of the Toby’s Estate brand is a promise to commit to coffee education for all of the coffee partakers and baristas that come into contact with them. The roaster emphasizes on openness and knowledge. The largest department within the company is the education team, offers a focused and thoughtful forum for learning that comprises both theory and hands-on practice. Led by Allie, the Director of Education, Toby’s Estate Brew School offers an extensive but comprehensive variety of different classes, demonstrating an knack to connect people to such a nuanced and rich and beverage in an friendly teaching environment.

 

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For those who prefer coffee with a splash of milk

Allie Caran said: “I love enjoying a little milk with my coffees. I like to pair it with coffees that have a more substantial body as well as caramel forward flavors. Our latest offering from Brazil, Furnas, hits all of those notes with a surprising honeycomb sweetness. The addition of milk enhances all of this coffees natural characteristics as well as amplifying its honey-like mouthfeel and sweetness.”

 

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For those who like their coffee black…

Allie Caran said: “My favorite coffees to drink without any additions typically have a pronounced sweetness, balanced with a nice clean acidity typically found in Latin American coffees. Our El Ramo from Colombia perfectly represents those classic Latin American flavors with creamy milk chocolate and juicy peach notes.”

 

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For those who have a French press and wish to use it

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Allie Caran said: “If you are brewing using a French press, I would recommend using a coffee with a denser body and a softer acidity. This brew method is easy to use and has a wide variety of coffees that would taste delicious. I personally enjoy our Brooklyn Blend for an everyday brew, it’s comforting and tastes like a creamy cocoa made with milk chocolate.”

For those who put sugar in their Coffee

Allie Caran said: “I suggest finding a deeper roast profile, like our Manhattan blend. Manhattan has rich flavors of bakers chocolate and maple syrup. The addition of sugar makes this velvety coffee taste luxurious and indulgent.”

 

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For those who prefer making their coffee using the pour over method

Allie Caran said: “Almost any coffee tastes delicious in the pour over method, but I have a particular fondness of enjoying East African coffees off this brew method. Coffee offerings from here can be floral, fruity and sweet and when brewed as a pour over, their delicate complexity really shines. Our latest Ethiopian offering, Worka Sakaro has flavors of sweet jam with an intense florality and is perfect for this method.”

 

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