FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: What is Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder?
A: Vienna Roast coffee powder is a blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans that have been roasted to a medium-dark level, resulting in a rich, full-bodied flavour with a slight sweetness and a subtle smoky undertone.
Q: Is Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder is a single origin coffee?
A: Yes Beewel Vienna roast coffee is a single origin coffee sourced from a single coffee estate from Coorg.
Q: Where is Beewel Vienna roast coffee sourced from?
A; Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder is sourced from a single origin Mercara Gold estate from coorg.
Q: What is the difference between Arabica and Robusta beans?
A: Arabica beans are generally considered to be of higher quality than Robusta beans. Arabica beans have a more complex flavour profile with hints of sweetness and acidity, while Robusta beans have a stronger, bitter taste.
Q: What is Vienna roast?
A: Vienna roast is a level of coffee roasting that falls between medium and dark roasts. The beans are roasted until they reach a light brown colour and have a slightly oily surface.
Q: What does Beewel Vienna roast coffee taste like?
A: Vienna roast coffee has a balanced flavour with a slight sweetness and a subtle bitterness. It is less acidic than light roasts and has a fuller body than medium roasts.
Q: How should I store Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder?
A: Vienna roast coffee powder should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. It is best to grind the beans just before brewing to preserve their flavour.
Q: How is Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder made?
A: Vienna roast coffee powder is made by blending Arabica and Robusta beans in a specific ratio and then roasting them to the Vienna roast level. The beans are then ground into a fine powder for brewing.
Q: How do I brew Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder?
A: Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder can be brewed using a variety of methods, including drip, pour-over, French press, and espresso or even with a south Indian filter. The brewing method will affect the flavour and strength of the coffee.
Q: Is Beewel Vienna roast coffee powder stronger than other types of coffee?
A: Vienna roast coffee powder is generally stronger than light roasts but milder than dark roasts. The strength of the coffee will also depend on the brewing method and the amount of coffee used.
Q: Does Vienna roast coffee powder have caffeine?
A: Yes, Vienna roast coffee powder contains caffeine. The amount of caffeine will depend on the ratio of Arabica and Robusta beans used and the brewing method.