September 6, 2006

Mouldy Coffee is Good Coffee


Don't turn your nose up to mouldy coffee - it tastes better, according to fungus experts. Tastes better? We can't seem to get beyond the YUCK factor here at Single Serve Coffee, however new Brazilian research has found that fungus in coffee crops makes for a flavoursome brew.

"The coffee research is exciting as it's likely to have implications on how coffee is grown and consumed in the future," says Professor Paul Gadek, a plant science researcher from James Cook University in Cairns.
"Fungus naturally occurs on raw coffee beans and the Brazilian researchers found that the sweeter the species, the better the coffee tasted and smelt."

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 6, 2006 7:35 AM

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Well, if people will drink coffee made from beans from a Luwak's tush, this is practically a return to sanity.

Posted by: Crosius at September 6, 2006 9:02 PM
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