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Decaf Coffee Capsules and Sleep

Decaf Coffee Capsules and Sleep

Did you know that caffeine has a half life of 5 to 7 hours? What does that mean? It means that 7 hours after you drink a coffee, up to half the caffeine will still be in your system! Don't mistake this for saying coffee is bad. Coffee can be an excellent part of your diet - it helps with productivity, cognitive function, physical performance, and many other things.

Decaf Coffee Capsules and Pregnancy

Decaf Coffee Capsules and Pregnancy

One of the first things women prepare to say goodbye to when we see those two pink lines on our pregnancy tests is caffeine. These women will swear off anything that has caffeine in it from coffee, and soda to even chocolate. But how much coffee can you drink when pregnant?
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Biodegradable And Compostable Coffee Capsules

Made from plant-based materials that can be directly disposed in your organic waste bin, biodegradable coffee capsules work perfectly in your Nespresso machine and tick all of the boxes when it comes to taste, affordability and being good for the planet.
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The Australian Coffee Capsule Market

The entire Asia-Pacific coffee capsule market, which includes Australia, is valued at an enormous $2.646bn! It is the market with the highest growth rate of 10.6% per year. That means it will be reaching $5.92bn in value by 2025! That is a lot of coffee capsules.
Moving Beans Coffee Spotlight: Ethiopia Single Origin

Moving Beans Coffee Spotlight: Ethiopia Single Origin

Each coffee has its own story, and the story of Ethiopian coffee is particularly  special!

Our Ethiopian coffee capsules contain a unique Ethiopian single origin in its best and brightest form.

You’ll detect the refreshing floral and fruity tasting notes that Ethiopian coffees are renowned for.

The coffee cherries are grown and roasted with the greatest care, making the coffee’s delicate floral notes and fruity richness flow smoothly through the coffee and shine through the milk.

What is the aroma of coffee? Is aroma and flavour the same?

What is the aroma of coffee? Is aroma and flavour the same?

What is the aroma of coffee? Is aroma and flavour the same? Aroma is one of the primary coffee qualities denoting a coffee's flavour along with body, acidity, sweetness, bitterness, and aftertaste. A coffee's aroma is one of the main categories used by professional coffee tasters (cuppers) to judge the quality of a coffee.
How do you evaluate the flavours of a coffee?

How do you evaluate the flavours of a coffee?

So, how do you evaluate the flavours of a coffee? Tasting something and being able to describe it analytically is both difficult and requires specific experience; that’s why it tends to be a little bit scary for many at the beginning.
Everyone loves crema in a coffee. How does it form?

Everyone loves crema in a coffee. How does it form?

Everyone loves crema in a coffee. But how does it form? Beautiful crema. For a long, long time the appearance and quality of crema were the defining characteristics with which the quality of an espresso was judged. Traditionally, the perfect crema is a deep, reddish hazelnut colour that will hold a teaspoon of sugar for several seconds.
Coffee Strength and Coffee Body - What Does It Mean?

Coffee Strength and Coffee Body - What Does It Mean?

What does it mean that coffee has strength? Is it going to knock me out? Because there is no standard that provides coffee strength guidance, this term has been widely misunderstood, used in very different contexts and, as a result, it creates confusion amongst many.
Is acidity in coffee good or bad?

Is acidity in coffee good or bad?

So, is acidity in coffee good or bad? Well… it depends. There are good and bad acids where taste is concerned. Though there are many sources of acidity in coffee, it is only a mildly acidic beverage, with a pH of around 5, as compared to the pH of 2 in wine.