Infographics | Your Coffee from Bean to Cup

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Did you know that it takes 3 to 4 years for newly planted coffee plants to start producing fruit? Leading on from this, did you also know that coffee beans actually come from the fruits that are produced on the Arabica plant and form inside as two little seeds?

The world of coffee is more complex than we ever thought, so it’s time to brush up on your coffee knowledge (whilst sipping on a cup of your favourite roast, of course) and get to know more about the journey and the processes involved behind your favourite caffeinated beverages.

Featuring industry insights from Barista Barn, specialists in all things coffee and coffee equipment, you’ll be able to follow a and learn the process behind your favourite caffeinated beverages.

This includes the processes of harvesting, drying and milling the beans to create blends of coffee we know and love today. This way, you can really appreciate every sip of your coffee, knowing how it has been produced to high-quality standards.

Are you a coffee enthusiast looking to get a little more insight into the journey of the humble coffee bean? If so, this infographic is for you.

Cover Photo by Janko Ferlic from Pexels

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Simone Ribeiro
I'm a Brazilian journalist based in West Midlands. In Brazil, I have worked with International Trade and Logistics publications.

Now in the UK, I keep writing and I dedicate myself to a new project : Midlands Trade - a blog focused on business in Europe and Brazil. It's also supporting small businesses throughout the #MeetTheBusiness.

I'm a Brazilian journalist based in West Midlands. In Brazil, I have worked with International Trade and Logistics publications. Now in the UK, I keep writing and I dedicate myself to a new project : Midlands Trade - a blog focused on business in Europe and Brazil. It's also supporting small businesses throughout the #MeetTheBusiness.

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