Brewing the best cup of tea
Do you know that different teas take different steeping times? These are the suggested times for the following teas: One minute – white teas Two minutes – some green teas, and high elevation black teas Three minutes – green teas (but at 80 degrees C) Three minutes- oolong teas and low grown black teas Five minutes or more – herbal infusions
There are many misconceptions on the way roasted coffee should be stored. Roasted coffees do not like moisture, air, light, and heat. Storing your coffee away from these elements will keep it fresher longer. Therefore, an airtight container stored in a cool, dry, dark place is the best environment for your coffee. Should I refrigerate Coffee? No, absolutely never. Due to its humidity, the fridge is an absolute no-no to put coffee. This is because coffee is porous, and can
The best and most common burr grinder is a conical burr grinder. These devices actually crush the beans between a moving surface and a non-moving surface. The positioning on the burr is what regulates the ground size, which allows for a more consistent grind. Since the beans are being crushed rather than sliced, there is not a noticeable increase in heat when using a burr grinder, so there will not be a burned taste or a loss in flavor.
Coffee can be enjoyed in many different ways. I am talking about different ways of brewing, the most common ways are French press, percolator, drip-brewer or espresso machine. hence, it is important to have proper grind for the different method. Freshly ground Coffee will maintain it’s optimal aroma and flavor better as whole bean. One should only grind the coffee just before brewing. French Press – Corse grind Perks – medium grind Brewer with filter – fine grind Espresso –
All our coffees are craft roasted in small batches, which ensures that our customers get the freshest cup of coffee with optimal smoothness, body, flavor and aroma. The roast date is indicated on our bag – which ensures that you get only the freshest coffee!
Superior Grade Beans
At T.A.N. cofffee, we choose only specialty grade quality beans. Our coffee buyer is an international coffee judge and we procure the best coffee beans in the market for roasting.
How to make a really good cup of coffee!
How to have a really good cup of coffee? One that brings out the true taste of the coffee’s origin? (we are not talking about flavoured coffee) The key lies in freshness. Nothing beats freshness. No matter how you package it, be it vacuum packed, nitrogen flushed or have a one-way valve, coffee can only maintain its true quality and freshness for up to 3, or maybe 4 weeks once it has been roasted. That is why freshness is key.