The Revolution of Coffee Bean to Drinkable

Coffee Bean

Bean Processing

Roasting Process

         Coffee roasting is the process of transforming green coffee beans into roasted coffee beans with desirable flavor, aroma, and color. It is a crucial step in the coffee production chain, as it greatly influences the final taste of the brewed coffee. The coffee roasting process involves various stages and temperature ranges. Here's a general overview:

It's important to note that the specific temperature ranges and durations may vary based on the desired roast level, the type of coffee beans, and individual roasting techniques. Most of the Roasters often experiment with different temperatures and profiles to achieve specific flavor profiles and characteristics in the roasted coffee beans. I also discover which is some tribes are roast by only pan and natural wood fire. They are just seeing the colour changing and stop when they got their colour. After that pounding in the mortar and pestle and they just boil with water. After a few munites sitting in the boiling water coffee is ready to drink.

Coffee brewing Methods

Coffee brewing is the process of extracting the flavor, aroma, and caffeine from roasted coffee beans to create a flavorful and enjoyable beverage. There are various coffee brewing methods, each with its unique characteristics and techniques. Here, I will describe 6 popular methods. Notic that there are more brewing methods depending on  your country of origen.


       Drip brewing, also known as filter brewing, is one of the most common methods. It involves pouring hot water over ground coffee placed in a filter, which allows the liquid to pass through and extract the coffee's flavors into a pot or carafe below.

French Press

    In this method, coarsely ground coffee is steeped in hot water in a cylindrical pot with a plunger and mesh filter. After a few minutes, the plunger is pressed down, separating the coffee grounds from the liquid and leaving a rich, full-bodied brew.


       Espresso know as a pressuring methode is a concentrated coffee beverage made by forcing pressurized hot water through finely ground coffee. It requires an espresso machine that forces the water through the coffee at high pressure, resulting in a strong and intense flavor with a crema and golden brown layer on top.

Pour Over

   Pour-over brewing involves pouring hot water over a filter cone containing medium-fine coffee grounds. The water gradually saturates the grounds, allowing the brewed coffee to drip into a container below. This method offers more control over the extraction process, resulting in a clean and nuanced cup of coffee.


     The AeroPress is a versatile brewing device that combines elements of immersion and pressure. Ground coffee and water are mixed in a chamber, steeped briefly, and then forced through a paper or metal filter by pressing a plunger. It produces a clean, smooth cup with less acidity. This can be under the pressuring method but I would like to point that this look different like Mokapot process.

Cold Brew

  Cold brew is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold or room temperature water for an extended period, usually overnight. The slow extraction process produces a smooth, low-acidity coffee concentrate, which is typically diluted with water or milk before consumption.

Note: If you like to drink more strong coffee. Cold brew is not for you. But I suggess that during the summer cold brew is one of my fav.